With The Healing Component releasing on Friday (Sept. 23), Mick Jenkins provides a sample of what’s to come with “Fall Through.”
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.
If Rihanna’s ANTI album is the topic of the conversation, the bonus track “Sex With Me (Remix)” is the clearcut hood favorite. Today, the Internets receive a remix courtesy of Fabolous and Trey Songz.
As if a new mixtape full of freebie tracks weren’t enough, Nipsey Hussle returns with another track for your earhole.
Nipsey Hussle is celebrating his 31st birthday in grand fashion. Today he dropped his Slauson Boy 2 mixtape and announced the #PROUD2PAYUBAC fan appreciation initiative.
We are witnessing the maturation of Chicago’s SAVE MONEY collective in 2016. Today, Vic Mensa and Joey Purp, two of their most compelling members, team up on a new track titled “773 Freestyle.”
Early reviews of Suicide Squad rate the flick as tepid at best. As the word awaits its grand unveiling on Friday (August 5), a track from the official soundtrack hits the Internets today.
YG and Nipsey Hussle performed the TV-friendly version of their call to action on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.
Along with “No Shopping,” which featured a Drake verse dissing Joe Budden, French Montana used Saturday’s OVO Sound Radio to premiere his new track “Two Times.” The CDQ arrives today.
When Gucci Mane claimed to have 30 children, all of whom are rappers, producers and DJs, that wasn’t a diss. Migos, three admitted descendants of Big Guwop, rhyme alongside their OG on a new track titled “Now.”
Producer Childish Major is making a foray into emceeing, and he returns today (his birthday) with his aptly titled first official single “Happy Birthday,” featuring TDE’s own Isaiah Rashad and SZA.
Today, Nipsey Hussle gives listeners a master class on a prominent inquiry in Los Angeles gang culture: “Where you from?” Of course, the lesson is packaged into a song titled “Question #1,” featuring Long Beach legend Snoop Dogg.