Def Jigs finest Trinidad James (@TrinidadJamesGG) is back with another new tune following up his release of the single “Def Jam”. Take a listen to the Sledgren produced joint below.
John Legend (@johnlegend) keeps up the momentum from his GRAMMY nominated album “Love In The Future” by contributing a new love ballad “A Million” to the original soundtrack of “About Last Night”. Listen below.
Freebandz very own Casino (@FBGCasino) capitalizes on his attention from appearing on Future’s new single “Move That Dope” by unleashing the mixtape “Frank Matthews”. Casino brought along Young Scooter, Young Thug, Trinidad James and more. Listen below.
The rapper formerly known as Lil Herb (@LilHerbie_Ebk) kicks off his campaign for Welcome To Fazoland with this new offering “Koolin (In This Hell Hole)”. Listen below. New Music: G Herbo – Koolin https://soundcloud.com/complexmag/g-herbo-aka-lil-herb-koolin via Complex
DJ Whoo Kid (@DJWhooKid), DJ Skee (@DJSkee) & DJ MLK (@DJMLK) team up for volume one of their SXEW mixtape series. Features include Kid Ink, TIP, Wiz Khalifa, Chevy Woods and more. Stream below.
DLux (@DLUXMUSIC) calls on Ace Hood (@AceHood) to assist him with his new single “Bomb Bomb”. The Milwaukee bred crooner is currently working on his debut project No Filters. Until then, take a listen to this first offering below. Produced by DJ Pain 1.
Ferrari Ferrell (@FerrariFerrell) and @Rocko4Real connect again after working on Lingo 4 Dummies mixtape, which is out now. Ferrari Ferrell ropes in Rocko and Chef for this new offering “Yesterday”. Listen below.
Black Rob (@TheRealBlackRob) and his fellow Duck Down label mates Sean Price and Tek assist him on this new joint called “You Need That Real Shit”. Be on the look out for Black Rob’s forthcoming album “Genuine Article” which is due out this Spring.
Mac Miller (@macmiller) let’s off an arsenal of bars over this self produced cut “Diablo”. Keep in mind, he already released Space Migration not too long ago so he’s not letting up apparently. Listen below.
The Yeah Yeah Yeah’s very own Karen O unleashes the alternate version of her Academy Award nominated song “The Moon Song” which was delivered to the public as a solo. However, Karen notes that she penned the tune as a duet which she managed to snag Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig to sing along. “I was…