Killa Klan’s BFN (@BabyfaceNelsun) calls upon @BoDeal and @WoohDaKidBSM for the latest release from his upcoming mixtape, Slept On. Produced by J-Moss.
Mayalino (@mayalino) drops the video for “I Swear” which is off the Houston emcees’ “Six Before Twelve” EP that is coming out tomorrow. Pusha T actually tweeted this out to the masses. Check the video out below. "I Swear" off the "Six Before Twelve" EP… @mayalino #Gospel #Sheesh http://t.co/zMiUNI4zFa — PUSHA T (@PUSHA_T) June 23,…
Ty Dolla $ign (@TyDollaSign) enlists the help of Tee Flii for the latest offering from HNHH’s In The Booth series.
Kirko Bangz (@KirkoBangz) enlists the help of French Montana, YG and G-Haze for this new DJ Mustard produced track.
Jay-Z (@S_C_) dropped off his Magna Carta Holy Grail app today, and for those of you that downloaded it, you would have been able to preview the lyrics to Jigga’s JT assisted track “Holy Grail”. Peep the tracklist here and check back for “Holy Grail” dropping on Tuesday.
The Mad Rapper (@iMadRapper) is back with assistance from Yeezus on his new single “Can’t Stop The Love”, which was produced by Hot Dog. The track is off his Appreciate The Hate Vol.2. mixtape that is available now. Check the track out below. Mad Rapper – Can’t Stop My Love
Asher Roth (@asherroth) gives us a double dose from the Greenhouse Effect Vol. 2 which drops on June 25th. In this tune Asher kicks some bars about his journey, being in limbo and his return to the scene. Upon listening it sounds like he’s no longer with a label, he addresses copy cat “white rappers”…
Future (@1future) chopped it up with Rap-Up about his next single “Honest”, labeling it as a non feature club type track, which should be released in the next 2-3 weeks. Future also spoke on his working relationships with boo Ciara and Jennifer Lopez. Check the interview out below.
Sean Paul (@DuttyPaul) @therealJuicyJ @2Chainz give us a tune to turn up to this summer from Sean Paul’s forthcoming album. The single drops officially on iTunes on Tuesday, in the mean time take a listen below.
Nas (@Nas) responds to J. Cole’s “Let Nas Down” with verse that captures his own story as a rookie and relates to J. Cole’s track from Born Sinner. Wow. Listen below. Related: A History Of Nas Letting Us Down