RiFF RaFF (@jodyhighroller @macmiller) collides with Mac Miller on yet another offering leading up to the release of his album Neon Icon. This time we get to hear the funky anglo rappers trade bars on “Aquaberry Dolphin”. Listen below.
Earl Sweatshirt took his WEARLD Tour to Strasbourg, France and took stage at La Laiterie. Earl decided to debut a new joint that will most likely be attached to his next album. Watch below
The Unit’s (@50cent, @Lloydbanks, @youngbuck, @TonyYayo & @itskiddkidd) are bout that action this summer. The crew jump on Drizzy Drake’s new release “0 to 100” for the official G-mix. Its starting to feel like them G-Unit radio days. Listen below.
50 (@50cent) celebrates the release of his album and selling a projected 35k with the liberation of the Summer Jam 2014 premiered, “Cuffin Season” remix. Take a listen to this Fab and 50 collaboration in full after the break.
Canibus resurfaces from rap purgatory and brings along the Four Horsemen with Tragedy Khadafi in tow for this new offering “Historic”. This will be attached to Canibus forthcoming album Fait Accompli (June 10th).
Steve Aoki (@steve aoki @kid_ink) teams up with Chris Lake and Tujamo for this new offering “Delirious”, which also gets some assistance from Kid Ink. This will be apart of Steve’s forthcoming album “Neon Future 1”. Listen below.
Luke James (@whoislukejames @rickyrozay) teams up with Rick Ross to usher in this new single “Options” from his forthcoming debut album Made To Love. Listen below.
Mary J. Blige (@maryjblige) is the main attraction for Think Like A Man, Too’s soundtrack. EPIC records has commissioned the queen of R&B to contribute 14 brand new songs which will be available on June 17th. Listen to “Moment Of Love” and a rendition of “Night To Remember” below.
Night To Remember
Moment Of Love
Last night we witnessed 50 Cent (@50cent @hit_boy), Lloyd Banks (@Lloydbanks), Young Buck (@youngbuck) and Tony Yayo (@TonyYayo) reunite on the Summer Jam stage in NY and they’ve wasted no time in releasing their first track. Listen below as they (including Kidd Kidd) go in over Hit-Boy and HS87’s “Grindin’ My Whole Life”.