Hudson Mohawke

Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz joined forces on what most fans assumed to be a collaborative project in  ColleGrove. It turns out that the 13-track release was actually a Chainz with a ton of appearance from Tunechi, which explains why he only appeared on eight of its records.

Hell hath no fury like a producer scorned. In a now deleted Twitter post, Hudson Mohawke claims that Drake and Kanye West never paid him for some of his beats, which he threatened to leak. 

Better late than never, A$AP Rocky slows down the already syrupy tempo of his critically acclaimed sophomore LP, At.Long.Last.A$AP, on a newly released chopped and screwed version.

Out of sight, but far from out of mind, rapper Danny Brown returns with some long-awaited new material with the help of producer Clams Casino.

Drake’s new album, Nothing Was The Same, is inching closer to release and some more details are creeping in. Jay Z has been confirmed as one of the album’s featured guests. 

First it was Kanye West with Yeezus. Then it was Jay-Z with Magna Carta Holy Grail. Does that mean the next project in this logical progression is Yeezy and Hova’s reunion album, Watch The Throne 2?

Weeks have passed since Kanye West ambiguously tweeted “June Eighteen,” but signs infer that the rumored release date for his sixth studio LP could be just that. The most recent inference came courtesy of Very G.O.O.D. Beats signee Hudson Mohawke, producer of Cruel Summer standout “Bliss.”