Produced by C-Sick
T cuts loose a bonus track from his forthcoming album, The Dark Horse, due out August 12th. And I know what you’re thinking: a collab with Keef and Stunt T a bonus track? But yes, it’s that serious. A friend of Twista is a friend of mine, so head below to see what they cooked up.
Shouts to DJ Smallz for the track. Grab his Southern Smoke project dropping later today.
Update: Now with CDQ/NO DJ version.
Produced by Mr. E
It’s White Gzus. And you love their style. Today, the duo of Gzus Piece and Blanco Caine return with another Mr. E-produced joint, this one called “U Luv My Style.” How U Luv That?
August 29th is when White Gzus walks. The Lord awaits. Do you want to see the cover for Stackin’ & Mackin’? Well, it’s now below the jump.
Produced by Garrett Eaton.
Songstress Lee Woods stops by with her brand new single, “Johnny”. I know what you’re thinking — who’s Johnny? Well, I’ll let Lee explain that one:
After a three-day drug binge in Los Angeles, Lee Woods awoke on a plane heading back into the arctic tundra of Chicago. She had no recollection of her last 24 hours, yet alone how she passed security to get onto the plane. As she opened her eyes to realize that she was 30,000 feet above the ground, she then realized that the comedown from her bender on this flight would not be an easy one. 4 hours later, she had written Johnny on a United Airlines flight amidst the dire pain she was facing from her eyelashes to her toes as the toxic chemicals tried to push themselves out of her body. As soon as she landed, she dropped her bag off and headed straight to her local dive bar to take down a bottle of whiskey not only to ease the pain but to be with the man in whom she believed to be her only friend during the rough times of the polar vortex of Chicago. This song serves as an homage to that man and that man is Johnny aka John Jameson aka Jameson Irish Whiskey.
Fun fact: I like Jameson too, Lee. Lee’s debut EP, F I R E, is due out next month and keeping an ear out for it would be the smart thing to do. Stream/download “Johnny” below in the meantime.
Directed by Jayo
King James and the Chop Squad are laughing to the bank like HAHAHA. And it’s a big money thang in this new video for “Wells Fargo.” Deposit. Withdraw. Spend.
Directed by Elevator.
Sure, Jeremih just dropped an EP with Shlohmo, but more new music is on the way. On August 4th, Jeremih will release a collection of new music that won’t be included on his forthcoming album — aptly titled Not On My Album.
Excited yet? We are. While we wait for the tape, Jeremih drops off a video for “She Know It” featuring Chi Hoover which serves as the first drop from N.O.M.A. Check it out above, thanks to Fader.
Produced by Tree
The Black Blago, aka Rogizz, is a self-proclaimed pimp, motivational speaker and certified game spitter. And today he returns alongside his road dog, Soul Trap Tree, for the jazzy new drop “Beautiful.” How does it fare? Well, it’s a slice of beauty. Please enjoy below.
The Pimp & The Preacher coming soon.
Yo. We told you how much we loved Netherfriends 2014 release, P3ACE, right? That’s no secret. If you read the site, you’ve peeped. Well, if you’re a fan of Nether, his beats, and this project, you can now hold onto the instrumentals. And they’re free of charge. Some of these beats were meant to be rocked over, so maybe jump on one of these instead of “0-100″ or whatever. Got it? Good. Grab below.
Produced by Metro Boomin and DJ Spinz.
Cap’s gearing up to release the follow-up to his Caviar Dreams project from earlier this year and to raise awareness, he gives everyone the new 2 Chainz and Skooly-assisted “Get Out Here & Werk” via DJSP.
What are you waiting for? Get below the jump and listen. Caviar Dreams 2 coming soon.
Cadillac Com hit the stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live last night and brought a few special guests with him. Common kicked things off with a performance of “Blak Majik” with songstress Jhené Aiko, which you can check out above.
Following that, Vince Staples joined Com on stage to perform “Kingdom”, which you can watch below. Remember, Common’s Nobody’s Smiling LP is available online and in stores now.
The Man, The Myth, The Luter. It definitely pains me to say that the last time we posted a brand new Mick Luter song was all of the way back in March of 2012. That’s over two years — far too long for the godbody rhymer Luter to be away. But sabbaticals be damned, Mick is back and is as crispy as the day we first heard his music.
We’re happy to announce that he has a project due out later this year titled Mansa Luter, which features all new material. What’s a Mansa you ask? Well, it means King of Kings. Meaning he’s claiming the crown. Today he makes his triumphant return alongside Tree with the soul trap heater, “Desert Eagle.” Duck and run. And don’t be scared to welcome Mick back. He doesn’t bite. Or does he?