From “Yamborghini High” to “Runner” to “Telephone Calls,” A$AP Mob have ensured that their highly anticipated Cozy Tapes Vol. 1: Friends project would feature nothing but heat. Now, fans can be the judge.
It’s Trap or Die 3 season for Jeezy, as he prepares his seventh studio album for a Friday (October 28) release. With three days to go until fans rejoice to an undoubtedly trap-savvy sound, the Snowman debuts “Bout That,” featuring Lil Wayne.
Over the course of two hours, Earl Sweatshirt and producer Knxwledge (Kendrick Lamar “Momma,” SiR “In the Sky”) spun a myriad of deep cuts on their monthly RBMA Radio show, Stay Inside. Saving the best for last, the Los Angeles rapper used the platform to premiere an unreleased record titled “Death Whistles,” produced by King Krule.
It’s a party whenever Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa connect. This time it’s on a track by the New Orleans rap veteran titled “You In Mind.”
The first-ever Nas and Erykah Badu collaboration (surprising, much?) arrives today on the coattails of The Land, a film the two have worked on in varying capacities.
Last week, Black communities were reminded for the umpteenth time that racial injustice of a deadly variety, at the hands of police no less, is always a tangible reality. Of course, Hip-Hop provides a voice to the voiceless in these moment, and its commentary couldn’t be better timed and more needed.
Big K.R.I.T. has gone jacking for beats. And not just a one-off freebie release, but a 12 track bundle pegged the “12 for 12” freestyle series.
On Friday (July 1), Snoop Dogg will deliver his 14th studio album Coolaid, from which he’s already released a Jeremih-assisted song called “Point Seen Money Gone” and “Kush Ups,” featuring Wiz Khalifa.