Maroon 5 (@MAROON5 @BigSean) calls on Big Sean to add a verse to the remix of their single “Maps”. Listen below. https://soundcloud.com/igapromotion/maroon-5-maps-remix-big-sean
I Love Makonnen found time to party on the weekend after all. Listen as Makonnen pours up with Pyramid Quince of NRK and fellow Traplanta rappers Rich Po Slim and Archibald Slim get turnt on “Vodka On The Weekend”.
Kevin Gates (@kevin_gates) lateral passes this loose track “John Gotti” to Bigga Rankin as an exclusive leak that wasn’t attached to any project in particular but still sounds good enough to be in the Louisana rappers catalog. Listen below.
Cozz (@Cody_Macc) returns with a new joint that revisits 50 Cent’s “Window Shopper” and adds his own bars to it while fans await his “Cozz & Effect” mixtape. Listen below.
Ol Souls (@OlSouls) offer up a catchy and upbeat tune in the form of “Closure”. If you’ve never heard of the tandem before be sure to Lok out for their forthcoming mixtape “Soulfrito” dropping on August 20th. Listen below. https://soundcloud.com/olsouls/olsouls-dttm-prod-stonedzoo
Que (@whoisque @tydollasign) connects with Ty Dolla Sign for this new offering “Standout” as we approach the release date of his new mixtape “Can You Digg It?”. Listen below.
Jeezy (@YoungJeezy @rickyrozay @thegame) sets all the beef with Ross aside to create classic sounding music on “Beautiful.” The Black Metaphor produced track, which also features a verse from The Game is the latest off Jeezy’s upcoming album, Seen It All: The Autobiography which is set to drop September 2 via. CTE/Def Jam Records.
LL Cool J (@llcoolj @murdamookez @raekwon) keeps the pace up and shares another new joint called “I’m Nice”. Todd James summons Murda Mook, Raekwon and Ron Browz to assist him on this offering that could appear on his forthcoming album “The G.O.A.T 2”. Listen below.
Polyester (@POLY3ST3R @DopeItsDom) connects with Dom Kennedy for the official remix to his single “Players Anonymous”. Available on iTunes or listen below.
RATKING (@RATKING @Phantogram) isn’t the first rap act infatuated with the sounds of Phantogram and they won’t be the last. Phantogram played a notable role in the composition of Big Boi’s “Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors” album which exposed the Hip-Hop realm to what they bring to the table. RATKING puts their own spin on…