Here’s a bomb-less version of Fat Joe and 50 Cent’s collision on “Free Again”. Kay Slay finagled this for his Rhyme Or Die album. Listen below.
Skeme (@Skeme) is putting his bid in for XXL to recognize him as a 2014 XXL Freshmen. Inglewood’s very own hops on Young Thug’s “Stoner” and Rich Homie Quan’s “Get TF Out My Face”. Tell us if you think Skeme makes his case to be inducted as a 2014 Freshmen.
2 Pistols keeps thing moving as he releases yet another track off his forthcoming mixtape, Coming Back Hard. This new single from the Florida emcee features Jim Jones adding a verse, Ray Ray on the hook while, and Bolo on the beat. Look for it to appear on Coming Back Hard dropping February 4th. Shouts…
Young Chris (@YoungChris) adds a bouncy flow to Trey Songz “Na Na” single as the Philly emcee drops some bars about a few street tales. None-stop lyricism here as Chris spits for 3 minutes straight. Take a listen below.
Timbaland (@Timbaland) unearths a rough demo of “Bounce” which is not to be confused with The Blueprint 2 track “The Bounce”. Listen to the early stages of the song that is supposed to appear on Textbook Timbo. FOS
Shawty Lo (@THATSSHAWTYLO) dropped his I’m Da Man 4 mixtape early last year and is back at it again to start off 2014 with this new joint “Paper Boi”. Listen below courtesy of DJ P. via DGB
Although Kid Ink (@kid_ink) is already “The Man” on the charts after his new album “My Own Lane” debuted number #3 behind Beyonce, he isn’t letting up and decides to do add a verse over Aloe Blacc’s “The Man”. Listen below. via RX
Disclosure and the Queen of R&B, Mary J. Blige joined together over the weekend to shoot something special for the fans. Tomorrow, fans will get a new visual from Disclosure for their new Mary J. assisted single, “F For You.” Peep the teaser below.
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.
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.