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Shame on you if you’ve been sleeping on the Detroit collective that is IBGM. Dej Loaf, Oba Rowland, Adubb, SAYITAINT and Drey Skonie form like Voltron once again for World Champions, the latest project from the collective featuring twelve brand new records.
Do yourself a huge favor and meet the champs below.
Money talks, bull — you know the rest.
No Chris Tucker here, though. Ashlee Bankz grabs New Ara for her newest single, “Money Talks.” This joint, produced by KingzOf, is the latest offering from Ashlee’s upcoming 94′ project.
Listen to “Money Talks” below and look for Ashlee’s 94′ project to impact later this summer.
Produced by Mike Jaxx.
The title ‘King of pizza’ belongs to ShowYouSuck — no debate about that, at all. And before he hits the stage at Lincoln Hall tonight, Show lets everyone know who wears the crown with a brand new joint via CSC.
Listen to “King Of Pizza” below then RSVP and come out to see the king perform live with SD and Cam’Ron, powered by Red Bull Sound Select and FSD. Did I mention that there will be free pizza? Yeah, you’re not going to want to miss this.
Joined by Vic Mensa, Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom and Skepta, ‘Ye just debuted his long-awaited single “All Day.”
On a scale of one to five fire flame emojis, I’m giving this joint and the performance five.
Update: mp3 rip added below.
Update 2: Grand opening, grand closing.
Update 3: Watch the performance via the official Brit Awards stream by hitting the 1:46:00 mark in the video below.
Produced by Nascent.
If you’re expecting a freestyle or cover of the Wu-Tang classic, then you might want to leave now. Cash may rule everything around you, but it’s ruined everything around Sev on his latest drop.
“C.R.E.A.M.” is the newest offering from SeVen1’s follow-up to 2014’s The Atonement and one of my favorites from the upcoming project, which I’ve gotten an early listen of. Sev has some heat on deck and this joint is just a small taste of what’s to come.
The Atonement II is due out later this year, so keep your eyes and ears peeled. In the meantime, give “C.R.E.A.M.” a listen below.
Produced by Hippie Sabotage.
Alex Wiley and Kembe X are back at it on “Right Right,” the latest offering from Wiley’s new project set to drop in the very near future.
Listen to what Alex and Kembe cooked up together below via ‘Plex, who also talked to Alex about what he’s been up to and has coming up.
Hosted by Vic Lloyd.
XVRHLDY serves up eleven new records via Need To Know II: LUNA, a new project to hold everyone over until XVR’s debut LP impacts later this year. Saba, Supa Bwe, Stunt Taylor, NoName Gypsy, Von Vuai, Odd Couple and more show up to contribute.
Listen to Need To Know II: LUNA below.
Directed by Trav MC Films.
Cleveland spitter Ray Jr. revisits his Legit Paper mixtape from 2014 and serves up a video for the project’s opening track, “Twenty 1 Six.” Never been to the 216? Well, let Ray paint a picture of what it’s like there for you.
Ray’s currently working on his follow-up to Legit Paper, titled Gold Packs, so expect that to impact sometime in the near future. In the meantime, watch Ray’s clip for “Twenty 1 Six” above.
Weasel Sims drops off 18+ new tracks via his new project, Road To R.A.N.
The Bellwood emcee’s latest effort includes production and guest appearances from Mike Jaxx, C-Sick, Vic Spencer, GLC, Get Gwop and many more.
What you waiting for? Take the Road To R.A.N. with Weasel below.