The Game ft. Problem & Boogie “Roped Off,” Nipsey Hussle ft. Bino & Young Dolph “The Field,” & More | Wired Tracks 5.16.16
It’s a full fledge Compton affair on The Game‘s new track “Roped Off,” featuring Problem and Boogie.
Nipsey Hussle ft. G. Perico “Basic Instinct,” Somewhere Else ft. Majid Jordan “Move Together,” & More | Wired Tracks 5.9.16
Nipsey Hussle is the star of today’s Wired Tracks, as he returns with “Basic Instinct,” featuring G. Perico.
Erykah Badu “I Been Goin Thru It All,” Wiz Khalifa ft. Curren$y “Change,” & More | Wired Tracks 4.21.16
Tracks dedicated to 4/20 continued to roll in during the afternoon and night hours on Wednesday night. Erykah Badu delivered the most entertaining song of the bunch with “I Been Goin Thru It All.”
Rick Ross “Work,” Manolo Rose ft. French Montana “SuperFlexin (Remix),” & More | Wired Tracks 9.15.15
Rick Ross continues his giving streak, gifting fans with a new Jahlil Beats-produced track titled “Work.”
Of the long list of things Ty Dolla $ign boasts about, gallivanting with women in relationships ranks rather high. And that fact is reaffirmed on his new, Fetty Wap-assisted single “When I See Ya.”
Today (August 26) happens to be Big K.R.I.T.’s 28th birthday. But rather that bask in the glory (and gifts) that come with one’s life anniversary, the MC blesses fans with a new track called “86.”
The wait for Gunplay’s long awaited debut album, Living Legend, is nearly over. The project arrives on July 31, but we receive the rapper’s new single “Be Like Me,” featuring longtime partner in rhyme Rick Ross, today.
One half of The Underachievers, Issa Gold, returns with a solo EP titled Conversations With A Butterfly in advance of the duo’s debut album, Cellar Door.
Representing the Beast Coast collective, Brooklyn based MCs, The Underachievers, are back with a new track titled “Incandescent.”
There’s need to search hard for a traditional East Coast sound these days. Joey Bada$$ consistently brings the real and then some when he attacks the microphone.
Hip-Hop fans may want to save their pence, because The Smokers Club tour is coming to a town near you this fall.
The Underachievers are so fresh on the scene that they can afford to experiment with a new sound. As a result, the duo deliver a new mixtape called The Lords of Flatbush that’s heavily trap influenced.