Tyga (@Tyga) took to Twitter earlier today to announce that the fourth instalment of his Well Done mixtape will be dropping on the 9th of December. Alongside the release date, the Young Money rapper also revealed the artwork which you can take a look at above.
In October, Rockie Fresh (@rockiefresh) and Casey Veggies (@CaseyVeggies) let the people know that collaboration project is in the works. Today we get the first offering of there upcoming project titled, Fresh Veggies. Take a listen to their first single “Sacrifice” below.
Danny! (@DannySwain) gets in the holiday spirit with his own twist on the most wonderful time of the year. This cut in particular will be attached to MTV’s Hype Music Presents: Holidays Vol. 1. Listen below. via HYPETRAK
James Blake continues to dish out his own personal touches to some of your favorite artists songs. This time he reaches back into the 90’s and pulls up Destiny’s Child “Bills Bills Bills”. Listen below.
B.o.B (@BoBATL) is just a few weeks away from delivering his third opus “Underground Luxury” and tapped DJ Drama to carry us through a preview of the album. In stores on December 17th. Listen below.
Migos (@MigosATL) continue to flood the internet with new music as they let loose the Phenom Da Don produced track below.
Ludacris (@Ludacris) becomes the latest rapper to jump on Mack Wilds’ “Own It”. Take a listen below.
Raekwon (@Raekwon) Melanie Fiona (@MelanieFiona) and Dancehall artist, Assassin (@agentsasco) all merge together on “Sound Boy Kill It,” a new track set to appear on Kwon’s upcoming LP, Fly International Luxurious Art. Melanie kills the hook while Assassin proves that Island flare creating for a dope track. Check it out after the jump.
Rick Ross (@rickyrozay) continues his wave of MMG remixes by adding a verse on Ashanti’s Future-assisted single “I Got It.” This will actually serve as an official single for Ashanti and will appear on her upcoming fifth studio album BraveHeart. Take a listen below.
VADO (@Vado_MH) liberates a new track which is a freestyle over Nas’s classic “Hate Me Now”. Steve Stoute was not harmed in the making of this song. Listen below.