Holy smokes. Kid Cudi and Travis Scott reunite on Baptized In Fire, a new single from Cudi’s oft delayed album Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin. The good news is, Kid Cudi has set a new release date of December 16th and 21st. Pre order here and listen below.
Jhené Aiko (@JheneAiko) shares Maniac, a new single presumably from her next album. Jhené crosses her sultry vocals with sharp and witty rap verses. Listen below.
G-Two (@mynameisgtwo) drops off his long awaited Neo Noir album. The DMV native is now planted in Brooklyn and delivers an introspective yet still gritty body of work. G-Two narrates his takes on life in a fashion that’s going out of style which makes it worthy of a listen. Do so below or get it…
Gucci Mane & Future drop off Free Bricks 2: Zone 6 Edition. A short collaborative mixtape between the Atlanta rap stars. Listen below.
A Tribe Called Quest connects Andre 3000 on “Kids”. This is a dope offering from We Got It From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service, which will be available later tonight.
A Tribe Called Quest unleash Conrad Tokyo a new song featuring Kendrick Lamar. This will be apart of ATCQ’s final album We Got It From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service which drops tonight. Listen below and pre-order here.
Big Sean (@BigSean) doubles up with Bounce Back. A second single that followed No More Interviews, a track where he vented about rumors and drama. Bounce Back has production from Metro Boomin and provides the right amount of turn up. Listen below and get it on iTunes.
ASAP MOB deliver Cozy Tapes Vol. 1: Friends, their first compilation album as a collective. The Harlem crew enlists the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Lil Uzi Vert, Skepta and more as guest contributors. Listen below, download on the next page or get it from iTunes. NEXT PAGE DOWNLOAD HERE
ASAP MOB has a tune called Way Hii on Cozy Tapes Vol. 1: Friends. ASAP Rocky connects with Wiz Khaifa, BJ The Chicago Kid and Buddy for this chill smoked out session. Listen below and get the album here.
Lil Durk (@lildurk @talibkweli @fauntleroy) drops Eyes with some help from Talib Kweli and James Fauntleroy. Durk, Kweli and the singer/songtwriter Fauntleroy converge on this song on behalf of We Can Do This Together. The organization prime focus is unit within the black community and socioeconomic awareness. Produced by 1500 Or Nothin’. Listen below. https://youtu.be/sS8tWiz4VKY