Slim Thug (@slimthugga) keeps things pushing after releasing a freestyle to “Move That Dope,” he hits us with another one. This time, Thugga goes in over K Camp‘s “Cut Her Off.” Listen up after the break.
Dun Deal (@IAmDunDeal) Thugga (@YoungThugWorld) and Zuse (@iAmZuse) are here with the first single from from Dun Deal’s upcoming producer compilation, B.A.S.S. (Beneath A Silver Sky) tape. “Treasure,” which features Young Thug and Zuse, is co-produced from Goose of Dun Deal’s production group, The Remedy. Listen below.
Tyler, The Creator (@fucktyler) celebrates the one year anniversary of his third album, Wolf, with the release of the original version to his song “Cowboy” off the LP.
Tony Yayo (@TonyYayo) makes his return today with a new joint featuring Uncle Murda and Joell Ortiz. Entitled “New York Life,” look for this song to appear on the mixtape, El Chapo 3, coming soon.
Chuck Inglish (@Chuckisdope) of The Cool Kids new album, Convertibles will hit stores and iTunes on April 8th. The 13-track LP features guest appearances by Mac Miller, Ab-Soul, BJ The Chicago Kid, Vic Mensa, Action Bronson, Chance The Rapper, Sir Michael Rocks and a few others. Chuck goves the people an early listen of his LP to build up hype for the release. Stream Convertibles in its entirety after the break.
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When you pre-order SZA’s (@justSZA) Z EP over on iTunes you will get the chance to download 2 new singles by the TDE artist. The first is her previously released track, “Julia” and the second is a new track titled ” Sweet November.” Take a listen to the new track by SZA. Z drops April 8th.
The New Royales (@thenewroyales) manage to capitalize on Jay Electronica’s parole from rap purgatory and secure a new verse from the enigmatic Roc Nation rapper. DJ Khalil, Liz Rodriguez and Chin Injeti set forth “Minutes of Moog”. An uptempo yet calmly soulful tune starts off with Jay Elec sweet talking a love interest as only…
Today, Master P (@MasterPMiller) release the remake of his 1997 Big Ed and Mr. Serv-On featured track, “Going Through Some Thangs.” Adding a trap inspired instrumental, and new verses, P keeps the hook and concept in tack for this new joint which and appear on his upcoming album, Ice Cream Man II, the sequel to his 1996 platinum LP.
James Fauntleroy (@Fauntleroy) was up early today and decided to release a new joint titled “Peace” This is a guitar strung, slow jam. Great music to wake up to. Listen below.