Your Old Droog

In under a decade, the Ukrainian-American rapper confidently emerges once more with the track "Purple Rain (Game, Blouses)," giving credence to YOD's continued rise in notoriety and prominence

Today’s Wired Tracks highlights a pair of songs from newcomers who are quickly becoming the voice of the streets on their respective coasts.

The Game delivers a project to accompany his three-part A+E documentary titled Streets Of Compton.

Well, today has been exciting for Hip-Hop fans. As if an epic posse cut from Kanye West and a sure-shot summer anthem from DJ Khaled and Drake weren’t enough, the Internets received Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and producer TM88′s TGOD Mafia:Rude Awakening project and a bouncy Travi$ Scott track titled “Pick Up The Phone,” featuring Young Thug and Quavo.

Quick to strike while the iron is hot, Cash Money Records co-founder Birdman continues his demands for R-E-S-P-E-K on his newly released track “Respek.”

With spring officially here, and summer around the corner, the time to drop an anthem just in time for the warm weather is now. Today, the Internets received two possible candidates in Young Thug’s “Digits” and A$AP Ferg’s new single “Let It Bang,” featuring ScHoolboy Q.

It’s a good day to be a Hip-Hop fan. Along with a surprise album from Kendrick Lamar and a collaborative mixtape from Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz, the Internets were also blessed with full-length releases from Dreamville’s Bas and Harlem-bred rhymeslinger Smoke DZA.

Lupe Fiasco finds inspiration in SZA’s Kendrick Lamar-assisted groove “Babylon,” transforming the hypnotic song into a remix titled “Bone.”

Ty Dolla $ign surprised fans with news of his new mixtape Airplane Mode, due to release tomorrow (October 13), and delivered the titled track, so you know it’s real.

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).

OVO Sound Radio has become grounds for delivering new material from artists out of the 6ix. The latest track came over the weekend courtesy of Drake, who put his twist on The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends.”