Chevy Woods (@chevywoods) is clearly with the shit and you should be prepared for more bangers such as this on his forthcoming mixtape, Gangland 2. Listen below.
2 Chainz (@2chainz) reunites with Mike WiLL Made it for this second offering from BOATS II: Me Time called “Where You Been”, featuring his partner in rhyme Cap 1. September 10th is just a few weeks away.
The Incomparable Shakespeare (@ShakyBaby) comes through with another joint to hold us over until By Any Dreams Necessary is ready to be rolled out. This time Shakespeare flips The Roots and Group Home with a hint of Jay Z for good measure. Listen below.
Drake (@Drake) unleashes a Big Sean and 2 Chainz featured joint called All Me, that will presumably not be on Nothing Was The Same. Listen below.
Lil Durk (@lildurk_) joins Migos (@MIGOSATL) and @IAmRichTheKid for this trap house anthem. The buzzing street rappers join forces with a nod toward Jordan’s Jumpman logo with this joint that will be on their Streets On Lock mixtape. Listen below. Rich The Kid _ Migos – Jumpin Like Jordan via FSD
Doe B (@CBMDOEB) recruits Project Pat (@ProjectPatHcp) for the official remix to this joint that appeared on his mixtape Baby Je$us. Listen below. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Doe-B-The-Return-of-Da-Mac-ft.-Project-Pat-REMIXfirstname.lastname@example.org] via NOISEY
Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) is prepping to deliver his debut album Old later in the year but for now we get this new single titled “Dip”, which Mark Ronson debuted during his set at Boiler Room the other day. Listen below. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/danny_brown_-_dip.mp3]
LEP Bogus Boys (@LEPBogusBoys) jam pack the remix to their single Commas with verses from Young Jeezy, T.I., Mase and their protege Spenzo. Look out for LEP’s forthcoming mixtape, Don’t Feed Tha Killaz Vol. 4 set to drop on August 16th. Listen below. via FSD
Maino (@mainohustlehard) adds Trina (@TrinaRockStarr) to the equation for this official remix to his new single One Bad Bitch. Very appropriate. Listen below.
Kirko Bangz (@kirkobangz) rounds up Houston’s finest Z-Ro, Slim Thug and Paul Wall on this chilled and slowed down H-Town influenced anthem called Cup Up, Top Down. The Progression III drops tomorrow. Listen below.