Jon Connor continues the momentum of being on the XXL Freshmen cover by lacing a freestyle for the L.A. Leakers. Listen below. via LA Leakers
The Boss (@rickyrozay) and Tracy T (@TheRealTracyT) move a bit of weight over Future’s “Move That Dope” instrumental. Presented by DJ Scream, you can be sure this will land on a new mixtape MMG has in the works.
Gangsta Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs) partners up with @TRAEABN & @THAREALYUKMOUTHfor “I Be On My Grin,” the latest release off Gibbs’ joint album, The Tonite Show, with DJ/producer The Words Freshest. Take a listen to the smooth cut below and be sure to pre-order the LP before it drops on May 13th via iTunes.
On Weezy’s (@LilTunechi) latest single, “Believe Me” he shouted out @noreaga, Queens O.G. N.O.R.E. took this as the green light to go in over Wayne’s Boi-1da and Vinylz-produced record. Take a listen after the break.
Slaughterhouse (@royceda59 @joellortiz @crookedintriago @joebudden) all converge on this Nottz produced cut “SayDatThen”. Their third album GlassHouse is on the way and there might be a mixtape in the works. Listen below.
Jeezy (@youngjeezy @drummaboyfresh) delivers a new banger produced by Drumma Boy in the form of “Me OK”. Listen below.
Mr. Hudson (@MrHudson) liberates his latest single “Step Into The Shadows” in which he connects with Idris Elba over a sample which you may well recognise. In case you can’t put your finger on it, it’s the same as this. Listen below.
Tech N9ne (@TechN9ne) and his Strange Music clique celebrate the release of their new album Strangeulation by dropping of a pretty lengthy freestyle. The track, which sees Tech, Godemis, Stevie Stone, Murs, Wrekonize, Bernz, Kutt Calhoun, Ubiquitous, Prozak and Krizz Kaliko go in for 9 minutes comes accompanied with some rooftop shot visuals. Watch below.
Soulja Boy (@souljaboy @iamrichthekid) got his mind on the money and money on his mind with this new hustler anthem “Time Is Money”. Assisted by Quality Control’s very own Rich The Kid. This will appear on King Soulja 3 set to release on July 29th. Listen below.
G Count of @LEPBogusBoys intervenes on the beef between Lil Durk and TYGA that The Game got involved with. The Chicago street rapper drops a viral street video directly dissing The Game. Watch below.