Mibbs (@mibbspacdiv) & Scoop Deville (@SCOOPDEVILLE) drop their collaboration project entitled “Free Bass EP”. The project was produced by Scoop DeVille. Mibbs isn’t done yet, he has completed 5 more EPs with different producers for each project. Check the EP out below.
Cash N. Chase (@ChaseNCashe) links up with Stori (@STORImusic) on his latest track “B.T.K.” aka Blood Thirsty Killer. Check the Cash N. Chase produced track out below.
Kelly Rowland (@KELLYROWLAND) links with Pharrell (@Pharrell) on her “Feet To The Fire” song that is a Target bonus track off her Talk a Good Game album that was also released today. The track finds the two harmonizing over a smooth laid audio backdrop. Check the track out below.
DJ Kay Slay (@realDJKaySlay) rounds up his goonies in the form of Uncle Murda, Shoota and Chinx Drugz for this street anthem “In The Trunk”. This cut will appear on Kay Slays forthcoming project, The Last Champion.
Ciara (@Ciara) will be dropping off her self titled album on July 9th but for now you can listen to some previews of the project from Cici below. Features from Nicki Minaj and Future sum up the guest appearances but still sounds like a strong effort from Ciara. Check it out. 1. I’m Out feat.…
J. Cole (@jcolenc) invaded the airwaves tonight on Hot97 along side Funkmaster Flex. J. Cole will be bringing his Dollar and a Dream tour to NYC this week so it was only right he came through your speakers this evening especially with Born Sinner being in stores now. Listen below.
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Kanye West took a completely different method to releasing his sixth studio album, Yeezus. A minimalist approach yet over the top production seeps through Kanye’s latest effort which has appearances by Charlie Wilson, KiD CuDi, Frank Ocean, Chief Keef, King Louie and more. Listen below and purchase Yeezus on iTunes.
Young Scooter (@1YOUNGSCOOTER) links with Webbie (@OfficialWebbie) on his new track “Hood Memories” that will be appearing on Scooters’ upcoming mixtape “Cell Block To Your Block” that is dropping August 1st. Check the track out below.
Bizzy Crook (@BizzyCrook) is no stranger around these parts and this song in particular is a reason why he’ll be around here for a while. In the same vein of Eminem on “Stan” (only not as obsessively creepy), Kanye West when he made “Big Brother” or more recently J. Cole with “Let Nas Down”, Bizzy…