Dave East

Curren$y is an one man factory, churning out music in massive amounts during an era where the artists we remember today are easily forgotten tomorrow.

Last weekend’s edition of OVO Sound Radio featured new music, not only from A$AP Rocky, but from another special guest DJ Mustard.

Fans who enjoy where Ab-Soul took it on These Days… will love the newly released album leftover “House of Sin.”

Freddie Gibbs, during an appearance on NPR’s Microphone Check podcast, said he’s lyrically comparable to highly lauded MCs Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole. The ESGN spitter didn’t hesitate to release new bars to back his claims, returning today with two new tracks.

The Wrasslerap movement is far from dead. In fact, a pair of its biggest spokesmen, Smoke DZA and Wale, connect on a new track titled “Absolutely Perfect.”

2015 was a great time to be a rap artist from the UK, as fans stateside gained a newfound appreciation for the Grime sound and how rising MCs from across the pond approach emceeing. Representing her country and ridiculously talented women spitters, Little Simz closes her already stellar year by releasing a surprise EP titled Age 101: Drop X.

Wale happens to be a young master of metaphors, and he flexes his ability to conjure up coded lines in a newly released track titled “MVP (Bryce Harper).”

Today’s Wired Tracks has a G.O.O.D. ring to it. Kanye West’s go-to engineer Mike Dean debuted an extended version of “When I See It,” which is Ye’s take on The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends.”

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If nothing else Mac Miller is a “visionary.” In his latest clip for “Clubhouse” off his GO:OD AM LP, the Pittsburgh, PA rapper continues his tendency for atypical visuals and shows how he keeps women around him wet by utilizing the talents of synchronized swimmers to mesmerise the eyes while he roams about delivering his […]

East Harlem’s own Dave East delivers his Straight Outta Harlem mixtape, but not without a supporting visual for “Around Here,” the 12th track from his previous project Black Rose.

“Eastside, Spanish Harlem, this is all off the top,” spat burgeoning rapper Dave East during his visit to Statik Selektah’s ShowOff radio.