Jim Jones (@jimjonescapo @therealkiss) is ready to deliver a new EP “We Own The Night Pt. II: Memoirs Of A Hustler. On the first offering “Last Night”, he summons Jadakiss for assistance. Listen below.
Vontaylor (@VontaylorCo) has been in the game since age 13, but took time out to work behind the scenes with some of the biggest names in the industry. The now 22 year old rapper is back off hiatus, but this time more lyrical/hungry. “The Wild” is just a 64 bar appetizer from the young Toronto MC.
Machine Gun Kelly (@machinegunkelly) comes through with a new tune “Wanna Ball”. Listen below.
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Jazmine Sullivan (@jsullivanmusic) comes through with a new song “Forver Don’t Last”. A beautifully sung ballad that slows down the tempo and delivers raw emotion as Jazmine is prone to do. Listen below.
J. Cole reunited with one of his early influences when he was a teen chasing his dreams of becoming a rap star. Filthe Rich and Nervous Reck were mentors to then emcee known as “Therapist” and comprised the duo “Bomm Sheltuh”. Here’s a track from them both called “The O’Jays”. Listen below. via J. Cole…
Jeezy (@youngjeezy @kendricklamar) has an alternate version of “Holy Ghost” that features a verse from Kendrick Lamar. This makes for the second time the two have crossed paths on a track. Seen It All: The Autobiography in stores now. Listen below.
The Neighbourhood (@TheNBHD @Raury) links up with Atlanta upstart Raury for the ambient, moody “Warm”. The track is a selection from the British band’s upcoming mixtape 000000 & FFFFFF (Black & White). The epic, 6-minute affair doesn’t even get to Raury until almost the 5-minute mark. Take a listen to the track below:
A new posthumous Doe B (@cbmdoeb @djfrankwhite @g_eazy @mainohustlehard) track has surfaced. “I Ain’t Missin” is a braggadocios street banger with cross-country features from NY’s Maino and The Bay’s G-Eazy. Doe B continues to live on through his music. Check out the track below:
Yelawolf (@Yelawolf) continues his onslaught of new material by reworking Pink Floyd’s classic “Money” single from their 1973 album “Dark Side Of The Moon”. Listen below.