Master P (@MasterPMiller), after a few releases, drops off his latest work to date, The Gift (Return Of The Ice Cream Man). The new Mixtape from P, features 21-songs and assistance from The Game, Silkk The Shocker, Rick Ross, Fat Trel, Yo Gotti, Young Louie, Jeremiah, Alley Boy and a few Others. Majority of P’s…
A$AP Rocky (@asvpxrocky) connects with French producer Gesaffelstein for this new track from the upcoming OST for Divergent.
Memphis legend, MJG (@pimptypemjg) calls upon MMG’s @rickyrozay for a new single off his new album Too Pimpin 2. On the Ross featured single titled “24-7 365,” MJG shows how he balls out all year round. Listen below.
Paris Jones (@PRSJON) returns with the second instalment of his monthly instrumental series. February sees the L.A. based producer drop off 7 new instrumentals alongside a cover and a new track. Stream the project below and check back next month for the third instalment, March.
Jimmy B (@iamJimmyB) gets some bars from Kush God @smokedza & @FlexTheAntihero for the remix to his single “Fuck It Yo”, off Jimmy’s debut EP, L.O.R.D.S (Life Only Respects Da Successful).
Que (@WhoIsQue) rounds up @SnoopDogg, @PUSHA_T @ASAPferg for the official remix to his hood banga’ “OG Bobby Johnson.” All of these artist seem right at home on this bass pounding beat. Take a listen below.
Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) returns with Volume 3 of his That’s My Work mixtape series with DJ Drama. The 20 song project sees Snoop link up with Warren G, Pooh Bear, Kurupt and more. Stream below.
King Krule hasn’t done much since the release of his acclaimed full length body of work “6 Feet Beneath The Moon” but now we get a new version of “Neptune Estate”. For some reason someone though it might be a GOOD idea to add Travis Scott to the equation. The math seems a little off…
Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) and Madlib (@madlib) colloborate on a new track titled “Cadillacs.” The funky new jam is set to appear on the DJ Drama project, Thats My Work Vol. 3 dropping later today.
Joyner Lucas (@realjoynerlucas) has been on point since dropping “Eyes On The Ceiling” and since then released two new joints “Jurisdiction” and “That’s Okay” which aren’t as dark and captures Joyner’s ability to turn up and still hold down his wizardry of words. Listen below.