New Lil Reese verse alert.
Guwop and Zoo Wap’s “Still Sellin’ Dope,” produced by Metro Boomin’, gets a new verse from Reese Money for the track’s official remix.
This joint originally surfaced via My Mixtapez, but the good people over at ‘Plex came through with a proper link. Listen to what Reese, Gucci, Fetty and Metro put together below.
Yesterday, a tagged up and unsanctioned version of Reese and Durk’s latest collaboration, “Myself,” leaked to the internet. Well, tonight we have the full, finished and official version sans tags, sans DJ and sanctioned by Reesie himself. Now it’s time for the official, “Myself,” which you can now find below.
Lil Durk’s Remember My Name is due out June 2nd, while Reese’s Def Jam debut should impact later this year. I still maintain that these two need to join forces for a collabo project, but I’m just gonna sip my tea until that becomes a reality.
I know deep down we’re never getting Detox. But one can dream, no? Especially when something like “2 Nite” leaks out. For this track, the Good Doctor recruited K. Dot and Chicago crooner Jeremih. It sounds so great. Check out a rough below.
Very reliable industry rag, HitsDailyDouble is reporting (err…rumoring) that Kanye West has distanced himself from TIDAL and will be releasing his new album, SWISH, via the Beats Music-relaunch, Apple Music. Could it be? We’re not sure, but they usually have pretty solid information.
ON THE ROCS: Kanye West is making changes, distancing himself from Tidal, firing Roc Nation and managing himself, with an unofficial assist from the Jenner-Kardashian clan. As for Kanye’s long-delayed album, there’s some chatter that the release will be connected to Apple Music’s launch.
Either way, there’s a (streaming) war going on outside no man is safe from.
Chance is busy running around Chicago spreading the good word of #SaveChicago #FaithInAction and #PutTheGunsDown (you can read all about his non-violence crusade here), but he managed to find time to cryptically drop this unreleased joint titled “Hiatus Broadcast.” Chance simply tweeted “Hiatus Broadcast” last night, which I took to mean he was taking a break, but he was actually releasing this track. Not even mad at the mastermind who somehow found it.
This is short and sweet and features Chano kicking some choice bars over a slow-rolling instrumental. Not much else is known about “Hiatus Broadcast,” but you can check it out below.