James Fauntleroy

Another day, another 2 Chainz track, or that just happens to be the reality with his Trapavelli Tre mixtape that much closer to releasing. 

After penning a hell of a manifesto that touched on the Meek Mill/Drake beef (and the perception of ghostwriting in Hip-Hop), Lupe Fiasco keeps the ink flowing on a new track titled “LAW (LoveAllWays).”

Times have changed and New York City is no longer the de facto city of rap dominance. The lack of support for local artists is partially to blame, but other artists simply saw their proverbial “hoop dreams” deflate as quickly as their stars rose.

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.

It’s clear that Fetty Wap has found a mysterious Space Jam concoction of his own, as he continues to release new material in high volumes.

Singer-songwriter James Fauntleroy is notorious for sending listeners into a emotional place affectionately known as “The Feels.” His new song, “Broken Heart Broken Eyes,” is no different.

Syd tha Kid‘s soul collective,  The Internet, has announced a new album slated for release later this month. To set the mood, Syd, Matt Martians and the rest of the crew debuted a new track, “Special Affair.” 

With Pilot Talk 3 en route, Curren$y offers the official visual for a track fans have been waiting for, “Audio Dope 5.”

Our eyes are on Vince Staples, as he’s in the conversation for potential breakout artists of 2014. To answer questions on why, the Los Angeles native debuts a track titled “Nate” from his upcoming Shyne Coldchain Vol. II LP.

Name: Larrance Dobson of 1500 or Nothin’ Location: L.A. Credits: Snoop, Drake, T.I., Jay Z, Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Elijah Blake, Game, etc. Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, Website

“I heard love can fix all things, but me and you,” raps accomplished Los Angeles instrumentalist Terrace Martin on his new track “No Wrong, No Right,” featuring  Robert Glasper and James Fauntleroy.

Last a night, a Drake song that dates back to 2010 called “On My Way” was rereleased to the Internets with new vocals from Co-caine 80s singer-songwriter James Fauntleroy.