Juicy J returned today to announce his upcoming mixtape, Must Be Nice, and deliver its leading single “Trap,” featuring Gucci Mane and PeeWee LongWay.

Any doubts that Danny Brown’s hiatus came and went with the announcement of his forthcoming album Atrocity Exhibition. From the project, he releases “Pneumonia,” which hits the Internets today.

It’s a party whenever Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa connect. This time it’s on a track by the New Orleans rap veteran titled “You In Mind.”

The best way to tell fans “sorry for the wait” is by delivering quality product. In comes Telefone, the long-awaited mixtape from NoName, one of Chicago’s most promising artists.

To call producer Baauer a bad man behind the boards is an understatement. Today, he debuts a heater from upcoming album, Aa (pronounced “double a”), titled “Kung Fu.”

Production collective J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League delivered an album titled J.U.S.T.I.C.E. For All, featuring “Empire,” an intro track from Rick Ross and Drake.

Fans of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore are already familiar with the host’s popular “Keep It 100” segments, which features Wilmore asking his guests to answer controversial questions. Wilmore switched the segment to an all-star “music edition” featuring Rick Ross, Joe Budden, Jeezy and more.

Earlier in the year, Raury was easily one of our top artists put on the next-to-blow list when we peeped a few of his shows at SXSW. Fast forward nearly a half a year later, and the multi-talented Atlanta musician’s name is everywhere it needs to be, including iTunes with the release of his studio […]

In a month’s time, Def Jam wordsmith Logic will have delivered his sophomore effort The Incredible True Story. In anticipation of the project, he deliver a second track called “Like Woah.”

Today’s Wired Tracks highlights two songs of polar opposite varieties: Jhené Aiko’s “In a World of My Own/Very Good Advice” and Migos’ “Pipe It Up (Remix).”

Raury’s career is moving at the speed of light, and he’s set to reach yet another milestone with the release of his debut album All We Need (due in stores October 16).

Taking in the overwhelming deaths of Black men at the hands of police and the public’s outcry for justice, Raury spilled his whirlwind of emotions into a thoughtful track titled “Fly,” featuring Malik Shakur. Today, he delivers the official video as a reaffirmation that Black lives truly matter.