Casey Veggies (@caseyveggies @thenbhd) collides with alternative outfit The Neighbourhood for this new song “Jealou$y”, which also has contributions from The 100’s for this eclectic ensemble of indie and rap. I actually just got put onto The Neighbourhood by my homie Dan Weisman, he didn’t lie to me. Listen below.
Jhené Aiko (@JheneAiko) unleashes her inner rapper J Henny as she revisits her Kendrick Lamar assisted Sail Out track “Stay Ready”. Listen below as she spits K. Dot’s verse over the Fisticuffs produced track.
Just as promised, Birdman (@BIRDMAN5STAR) delivers his new Young Thug and Rich Home Quan assisted single “Lifestyle”. This acts as the first single from Rich Gang’s upcoming sophomore album and is produced by London On Da Trak.
Madlib (@madlib) announced plans earlier in the week to release the instrumentals from Freddie Gibbs’ Pinata album on the 3rd of June and today he puts the plans in motion as he drops off “Real”. Take a listen below.
RiFF RaFF (@jodyhighroller) continues to flood the streets with another double dose of new music from his forthcoming album “Neon Icon” (June 24th). Take a listen to a remix of “How To Be The Man” featuring Slim Thug and Paul Wall, as well as “Kokayne” produced by Diplo.
Dreezy (@dreezydreezy @common) recruits fellow Chi-Town rep Common as a special guest on this new offering “No Good”, vocally assisted by Ross Agusta on the hook. Listen below.
Maino (@mainohustlehard) and Mack Wilds (@MACKWILDS) team up to add their own twist to Pac’s classic “All About You”. Can’t say i’m feeling this but check it below.
TYGA (@TYGA) drops off another loose track called “Real Deal”. Most likely won’t be on his forthcoming project “The Gold Album: The 18th Dyanasty” but listen below anyway.
Mélat (@beholdmelat) wraps her soft and sultry voice in a sample driven offering called “Fanclub”, produced by Jansport J. This is apart of the Austin bred singers “Side B” collection. Listen below.
BANKS (@hernameisBANKS) continues to unravel her debut album “Goddess” (Sept 9th) piece by piece. On this tune in particular called “Drowning”, Banks spills her feelings over a bass heavy soundbed provided by Al Shux. Banks takes aim at former lovers who took her for granted. Listen below.