Trinidad Jame$ delivers a new EP, aptly titled The Wake Up, in the early morning hours of today.

Let the leaks tell it, Mike WiLL Made It crafted nothing but heaters for his Ransom mixtape, due to release later today (December 15). Before then, fans get to sink their teeth into one last audible treat, titled “California Rari,” featuring Young Thug, Future, and Problem.

Noisey created and for weeks have teased “The Rap Monument,” an upcoming 30-minute posse cut featuring 30 rappers from three cities. Today, we receive a preview of what’s to come via contributions from Pusha T, Danny Brown, Nipsey Hussle, Problem, Retch, and Bryant Dope.

After the West Coast Hip-Hop scene has championed G-Funk music for decades, Gary Richards b.k.a. Destructo is introducing a new offset to carry on the legacy while tapping into the listener needs of today’s youth. His new West Coast EP–slyly dubbed as G-House–is a tightly composed mix of gangsta ish and EDM (without the sacrificial […]

Compton’s own Problem could get some needed traction on the East Coast with his new single “Andale,” featuring Lil Jon.

Brooklyn’s own and Sisterhood of Hip Hop alum Siya taps Chris Brown and Problem for a new cut titled, “Ni**a Like Me.”

With Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf officially in stores, The Game delivers some supporting content in the form of a visual for “THOT,” featuring Problem, Huddy, and Bad Lucc.

Problem is back with fresh bars in tow on his 354: Lift Off mixtape.

From L.A. Leakers’ upcoming mixtape comes a new track from Problem and Childish Gambino called “Dollaz & Sense.”

Hip-Hop Wired recently spoke to Big K.R.I.T. about the importance of rappers musically speaking up about social issues that affect the community (namely the Mike Brown shooting) and it appears that The Game has taken immediate action.

“Do Yo Gudda” and its accompanying dance, created by Hitta J3, is a regional hit in Los Angeles. Today, he returns with a remix featuring fellow Compton natives Kendrick Lamar, YG, and Problem that should enhance the track’s reach nationwide.

Quiet as kept, Adrian Marcel’s “2 AM” is one of the best R&B jams of the year. It should be noticed that there is an emphasis on the quiet factor as the song deals with the late-night creep scenario on generally empty streets.