Keep calm and listen to Ellie Goulding (@EllieGoulding) angelically soothing voice breeze over this wavy track called “Under Control”. While the rappers are focused on Kendrick Lamar’s verse from “Control”, Ellie gives us a new tune from her forthcoming album Halcyon Days. Available on iTunes August 26th. via FITA
Joe Budden (@joebudden) said he wouldn’t release his response to Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse but thank God for the internet and whoever managed to record this off a ustream chat. Listen below and cross your fingers for the CDQ.
Jae Millz (@jae_millz) resurfaces with this new track called “Slow Flow” produced by Dame Grease. This is the first offering from Jae Millz upcoming mixtape, R.O.T.S (Reality Of The Situation) coming in September.
@ASAPferg drops his @XDannyXBrownX collaboration to help promote the release of Ferg’s debut project Trap Lord, dropping August 20th. You can preview the album here.
The homie Grafh (@Grafh) steps up and goes off on Kendrick Lamar with this response.
Kendrick Lamar (@KendrickLamar), @SchoolBoyQ, @abdashsoul and @JayRock have hit the road for their journey to Budweiser’s Made In America festival and have given their fans a sneak peek into their new rock documentary. They speak on everything from the rise of TDE and origins of the label to Good Kid m.A.A.d. City. There is also…
DJ Clue (@djclue) round up an all-star line up for this new club aimed track called “Rich Friday”. Future, Nicki Minaj, French Montana and Juel Santana all contribute verses to the song. DJ Self just premiered on the airwaves, listen bellow. UPDATE: CDQ/DIRTY
Tiara Thomas (@tiara_thomas) stopped by Sway In The Morning to premiere her new single called “Tell Me Something” from her forthcoming EP, “Dear Sallie Mae”. Listen below.
Goodie Mob (@GoodieMobMusic) and @TIP get their Shawkshank Redemption swag in full effect over this high energy track called “Pinstripes” from the reunited rap cliques forthcoming album “Age Against The Machine”, in stores August 27th. Listen below.
Papoose (@PapooseOnline) unloads on Kendrick Lamar in response to his highly publicized verse on “Control”.