KATIE! Katie Got Bandz (@katiegotbandz) resurfaces with some assistance from fellow Chiraq hitta Cap 1 on this new offering “I Can’t Lie”. Hopefully this leads to a new project from Katie. Listen below. Advertisements
CTE DoughBoyz Cashout (@DBCORN) release the latest leak off their forthcoming We Run The City Vol. 4 hosted by DJBJ 3525. Entitled “My Young Niggaz,” this new track by the Detroit crew bares no relation to YG’s single “My Nigga,” but does offer up the same message. Listen below.
DJ Kay Slay (@realdjkayslay) managed to reunite Fat Joe and 50 Cent since they crossed paths at the BET awards to honor their manager, the late Chris Lighty. From about 2007 onward Fiddy and Joey Crack have been at odds but they buried the hatchet over the last year or so and now we get…
Young Thug (@youngthugworld) and @1Future first official collab since word was given that Thugger might be signing to Freebandz. Take a listen to “Nothin But Some Pain” from the new mixtape Black Portland.
Kat Dahlia (@KatDahlia) ropes in @AceHood for the official remix to her daunting single “Clocks”. The Miami songstress is set to deliver her debut album “My Garden” this Spring. Listen below.
Crooked I (@CrookedIntriago) takes some time in between working on the Slaughterhouse album to kick a few bars over YG’s “My Nigga”. Listen below.
Gary Clark Jr. (@GaryClarkJR) and Big K.R.I.T (@BIGKRIT) reunite again after appearing on Talib Kweli’s “Gravitas” album together. This time KRIT contributes a verse to the remix of Gary Clark Jr’s single “Blak & Blu” which will be attached to the Austin rockers forthcoming mixtape of the same name. Listen below.
Hustle Gang’s Trae Tha Truth (@TRAEABN) and Bay Area Super Producer/DJ, The World’s Freshest aka DJ Fresh join forces for yet another installment in their Tonight Show series which dropped today. The 7-track project features appearances from Freddie Gibbs, Problem, J. Stalin, Philthy Rich, Mitchy Slick, and Yukmouth. The release will be available on all…
Talib Kweli (@talibkweli) Elzhi (@Elzhi) and Phonte (@phontigallo) are three of my favorite emcees bar for bar so needless to say I urge you to listen to these wordsmiths trade verses on “No Competition”, produced by Khrysis. This cut is taken from Jamla Music Group’s forthcoming compilation “Jamla Is The Squad” which is set to…
The 1975 gets their hands on Irish crooner James Vincent McMorrow’s single “Cavalier” which is lifted from his album “Post Tropical“. Manchester’s very own slow down the tempo for a dampened but soothing vibe, take a listen below. via Naomi