Angel Haze (@AngelHaze) was one of the most promising new faces of the year, even more so as a female rapper that popped up on the grid as a XXL Freshmen, BET Cypher and convincingly won a rap joust with Azealia Banks. However, everything that glitter isn’t gold and it seems as if Haze and…
@therealStylesP @THEREALKISS @realsheeklouch resurfaced with a new project from The LOX called The Trinity EP. One of the joints assisted by Dyce Payne’s vocals is “Three Kings” which sounds a little bit like “Let It Fly” but nonetheless that good old D-BLock we’re used to. Listen below.
@DJBonics was in the studio with Sway earlier today and took the opportunity to premiere some new Wiz Khalifa. The track, which is produced by Young Chop will find itself on Wiz’s Blacc Hollywood.
@RoyceDa59 @CrookedIntriago @JoellOrtiz @JoeBudden resurface with a new Slaughterhouse record from their next album. They turn up slightly with some great production from Just Blaze and Cardiak. Listen below.
A year after dropping the original Drilluminati, King Louie (@KingL) returns with the second instalment. Features include Lil Herb, Mr. Incredible, Paris Beuller and more. Stream it below.
Skeme (@Skeme) dropped a new body of work called “Ingleworld” which is definitely worth taking a listen to but if you need some convincing you can stream it below on Spotify before copping it on iTunes.
Justin Bieber and @1Future might be one of the most anticipated collaborations to close out the year. The Bieb and Future Hendrix “What’s Hatnin” will appear on Journals which drops on December 23rd. Take a listen to a quick snippet of it, along with “One Life” and “Swap It Out” below.
It may only be Tuesday, but that’s not going to stop Nickelus F (@nickelusf) dropping off one of his favourite recordings of the year, “Sunday”. Listen below.
Future (@1Future) adds on Drake and Juicy J to the partial remix of “Sh!t”. DJ Esco comes through with these two verses but the final version will have T.I., Jeezy and Pastor Troy as well. Subtle shots at King Kendrick from Drizzy? Listen below. If this is the best shit niggas got… I feel sorry…
Toni Braxton (@ToniBraxton) @KennyEdmonds sing the sorrow of a relationship gone sour on “Where Did We Go Wrong?” a track taken from their duet album “Love, Marriage & Divorce”. In stores on February 4th. Listen and check out the track list below. 1. Roller Coaster 2. Sweat 3. Hurt You 4. Where Did We Go…