Cassidy (@Cassidy_Larsiny) rounded up damn near all of Philly’s spitters for this new track called “City Of Brotherly Slugs” that might remind you of a 2004 DJ Kay Slay mixtape track. The featured guests are as follows Chic Raw, C.Grand, Rican Bull, Reed Dollaz, Young Chris, E.Ness, Black Deniro, Dark Lo, Charli Baltimore, Gillie Da…
VADO (@VADO_MH) circles back after dropping “Stop Being Greedy” with Ace Hood by releasing this new tune called “Be Like”. It’s produced by Dolla Bill Kiz and will appear on his Sinatra EP. Listen below.
Chinx ((@ChinxMusic) and Troy Ave (@TroyAve) two of New York’s mot buzzing upcoming artist right now collaborate on another joint. This time it’ over YG’s “My Nigga.” Press play below.
Cap 1 (@RichieCap1) and @2Chainz tag team on a Young Chop produced joint called “They Know”. This track will be attached to Cap 1’s forthcoming mixtape “Caviar Dreams”. Listen below as a radio rip for now.
Another day another Young Buck (@YoungBuck) remix. Check out the Cashville rapper spitting over Meek Mill’s “I B On Dat”. Listen below.
Ace Hood (@acehood) isn’t taking the fact people sleep on him so lightly. Here’s the first offering from “The Starvation III” set to drop on January 17th.
Hustle Gang’s Trae Tha Truth (@TRAEABN), and Bay Area Super Producer/DJ, The World’s Freshest aka DJ Fresh unite fore a new release off their upcoming project, ‘Tonight Show.’ The 7-track project boasts guests appearances from the likes of J. Stalin, Philthy Rich, Mitchy Slick, and Yukmouth. Here’s their Problem and Freddie Gibbs assisted track titled…
Maino (@MainoHustleHard) kicks a few bars over the Luniz classic “I Got 5 On It” with this freestyle “5 More”. Listen below.
The DMV’s own Phil Ade (@PhilAde_RF), teams up with DJ Money to put his own spin on one of the hottest records in the country right now, Que’s “OG Bobby Johnson.” Take a listen below and see what Phil has to say. Shouts to the whole 368 Music Group.
T-Pain (@TPain) continues the momentum of his “Up Down” single with a follow up called “Fuck Em”. T-Pain managed to call on Rich Homie Quan, Waka Flocka and Young Cash for this middle finger salute from his forthcoming album Stoicville: The Phoenix. Listen below via XXL.