Ace Hood (@AceHood) links up with Cardiak over this lyrically aggressive track as a place holder until Trials & Tribulations which drops July 16th. Listen to it below. Advertisements
AsAP Rocky and ASAP Ferg hop on Mad Lions ‘Take It Easy’ instrumental for a new mixtape titled “The New York Renaissance” which will be dropping at the top of April. But before the project comes out there will a SXSW showcase that features these artists on March 14th the line up includes Joey Bada$$,…
Let the remixes begin, just as Drake dropped off his new song ‘5 AM In Toronto’ Fred The Godson grabs the instrumental and puts his gritty street tales to use as he remixes the original Drake song to “5 AM In Blockwork”.
After a day of keyboard wars with Rita Ora, @AZEALIABANKS decides to unleash the new single from her debut solo album, Broke With Expensive Taste. Azealia Banks reeled in Lil Internet for the production of her follow up to 212, listen to it below. Did Azealia deliver?
Soulja Boy (@SouljaBoy) drops off the first single from his upcoming album, USA Dre. This track in particular is produced by none other than Young Chop. DeAndre flexes and stunts all throughout the song, touching on his latest production credit on Lil Wayne’s “I Am Not A Human Being II” album. Listen to it below.
Toro Y Moi @toroymoi also known as “Les Sins” drops off a new single “Grind” off his upcoming album “Anything In Return,” expected to release March 18. Very Dope!
OverDoz @Overdoz_, Worlds Fair @theworldsfair & Flatbush Zombies @flatbushzombies all come together for this new release “Mood Swings.” Enjoy!
Chevy Woods (@ChevyWoods) drops off this new record with Bow Wow (@YMCMB_BW) over some Izze the Producer production as he continues to work on the upcoming Gangland 2. Stream below the track below.
Compton Menace (@ComptonMenace) enlists the help of The Game and Wiz Khalifa for the official remix to “Ain’t No Changing Me”.
Funk Flex pairs up @TheyCallMeBK and @KendrickLamar on this new offering from his forthcoming mixtape “Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?” Roc Nation songstress Bridget Kelly connects with K. Dot over this old school break beat mixed with an mellow R&B touch. Listen below.