Jean Grae (@JeanGrae) emerges from obscurity with this fresh offering aptly titled “Fuckery Level 3000”. GOTHAM DOWN: cycle II: Leviathan coming soon. Listen below.
M.I.A. (@MIAUniverse) shares a tidbit of this new tune called Y.A.L.A. which is a spin on the YOLO acronym that stands for “You Always Live Again”. This just a quick teaser before the full song drops on October 22nd and the long awaited Matangi album will be in stores on November 5th. Listen below.
Bizzy Crook (@BizzyCrook) drops a new track entitled “No Reason” which was produced by Panic Beats. This will be apearing on Crooks’ upcoming “’84” mixtape that drops on October 21st. Check out the track below.
OG Sad Boy Yung Lean (@yungleann) lures out Kreayshawn from maternity leave for this new track called “Marble Phones”. Listen below.
Webbie (@officialwebbie) links with singer Lloyd on “The Realest, which was produced by . The single is off of Webbies’ upcoming “Savage Life 4” which drops on November 19th. Check out the track below.
Savage Life 4 in stores November 19, 2013
— Webbie (@OfficialWebbie) October 1, 2013
Rihanna (@rihanna) has released the artwork for her next single “What Now”. The cut is off of RiRi’s 2012 “Unapologetic” album. The track will be available on iTunes very shortly and she has already shot a video for it decked out in “ghetto goth” as she calls it. Check the cover out above.
Rich Homie Quan (@RichHomieQuan) recorded a new track for DJ Plug’s ‘The Plug Plugs 4’ mixtape. The track surfaces today and is raising eyebrows as it turns out the track has Rich Homie Quan taking shots at Future. Yes, the same Future who is already catch flack for getting cut from Drakes upcoming ‘Would You…
New Music: DJ Khaled “You Don’t Want These Problems” ft. Big Sean, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Ace Hood, Meek Mil & French Montana
DJ Khaled (@DJKhaled) calls upon Big Sean, Ross, French, 2 Chainz, Meek & Ace Hood for track number 4 from Suffering From Success, which drops next week.
Kat Stacks is rapping. Yup. Fuck school and the entire board of education.
Well that was fast. @ChrisBrown follows up DJ Khaled’s single by unleashing a verse that didn’t make the cut for “I’m Still” which has some interesting bars that sound directed at Drake and Rihanna. Listen below.