The midwest duo of Sir Michael Rocks and Chuck Inglish will return to the masses this year with the first of a three-album release rollout titled Before Sh*t Got Weird dropping early next month.

From Virginia, with love, newcomer D.R.A.M. is one part a blast from the past and equal parts a foreshadowing of music’s future. Today he releases his debut album Big Baby D.R.A.M.

In recent months, a rising Atlanta artist operating under the name 24hrs garnered a buzz online while keeping his identity unknown. The release of the visual for “Back For Me” revealed that he and Royce Rizzy of Privateclub Records are one and the same.

Skip Bayless has embarked on a new frontier with his new Fox show Skip And Shannon: Undisputed, which premiered on Tuesday (Sept. 6). The veteran sports journalist commissioned his friend Lil Wayne to create the show’s intro.

PARTYNEXTDOOR put his pen to work on Rihanna’s number one Drake-assisted single “Work,” which rested atop of the Billboard charts for nine weeks.

It’s April 20th, and like on this day each year, many people are sitting comfortably in a cloud of smoke as they celebrate their love for marijuana. That includes some of rap’s favorites, a list of whom debuted music to accompany the joyous occasion.

Royce Da 5’9 drops a freebie EP titled Tabernacle: Trust the Shooter before his upcoming Layers album releases.

Good Lord. Someone, anyone tell us what Rick Ross did to get his mojo back, because he’s dishing out heat free of charge like the sun on a summer day.

Drake used yesterday’s OVO Sound Radio as grounds to premier he and Future’s mixtape What A Time To Be Alive, but he also blessed fans with new heat by PARTYNEXTDOOR.

In less than seven hours time, #FutureHive will rejoice to the bellowing trap sounds of Future’s third studio album, Dirty Sprite 2.

Jhené Aiko returns with a thoughtful video for “Eternal Sunshine,” the highlighted tune in this batch of Daily Visuals.

Here’s a treat. Chuck Inglish offers up the CDQ version of a track called “James Harden,” featuring Vic Mensa and Killa Kyleon. Some will recognize the cut from illRoots Radio Vol. 3.5.