DJ Quik (@DJQuik @DopeitsDOM) recruits fellow West Coast connects Suga Free and Dom Kennedy for this new joint “Life Jacket” which will be featured on his forthcoming album The Midnight Life. Listen below. Advertisements
Juicy J (@therealjuicyj, @1Future, @ASAPferg) calls upon Future and A$AP Ferg for his latest single “Ice”. Production handled by Mike WiLL Made It.
Gunplay (@GunplayMMG @realCormega) connects with Cormega for this new offering “Savages”. Hopefully we get a release date for “Living Legends” sooner rather than later. Produced by Hazardouz Sounds. Listen below.
AD (@iitsAD) unleashes his latest record “Side Talkin”, which sees him going in over some Larry Jayy production. The track will find itself on Adrian Swish’s A3C mixtape. Take a listen below.
Chief Keef (@ChiefKeef @FREDOSANTANA300) & Fredo Santana connect for “Beetlejuice”, another below average track. Take a listen below and judge for yourself though.
A couple days after previewing the track, Common (@common, @jayelectronica, @vincestaples) shares the “Kingdom” remix with Vince Staples & Jay Electronica. New Jay is always welcome over here and this definitely doesn’t disappoint. Check it below.
Rockie Fresh (@rockiefresh) resurfaces with a track “Hesitate”, the newest thing since he released “Official” over the summer. Take a listen below.
Boaz (@Boaz412 @therealkiss @therealStylesP) is less than a month away from ushering in his Rostrum Records debut album Intuition. Pittsburgh very own connects with Yonkers finest Jadakiss and Styles P over a gritty hard hitting Heatmakerz production with “Rootin 4 The Villain”. Listen below and pre-order here.
Estelle (@EstelleDarlings) is weeks away from the release of her highly anticipated album “True Romance”. The ever so elegant songstress offers “Something Good” as a single, which sounds great. Listen below and pre-order here before the arrival on November 4th.
Atlanta’s ForteBowie (@fortebowie), labelmates at TIG with Rich Homie Quan and Trinidad James, releases his new single Blasphemy 3. The self-produced record combines Yeezus-esque vocal effects and syrupy bass patterns to create something that will fit right in the Atlanta club scene while being unique to Forte himself. Take a listen below: