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Public service announcement: Saint Millie’s Glory project drops tomorrow on All Saints’ Day. Saint Millie, All Saints’ Day? Get it? Anyway, to make sure you fully understand, Millie drops off “Glory PSA 11.1.14″ — a little under three minutes of raps to set the tone for Glory.
Hit the jump, press play and pay attention.
As you know by now, Bandman Kevo was arrested Monday morning for an alleged bank fraud conspiracy. Kevo has since been released from custody and decided that now’s the perfect time to release his new video for “Ain’t Sh*t”, from his DJ Holiday-assisted Fast Life mixtape. Check it out above.
Along with the video, Kevo has also released an official statement via press release. You can find that below.
Produced by SX.
Lupe drops off the third offering from his upcoming Lost In The Atlantic project, which he’s calling “Mazinger”. After hearing this one, Lu’s definitely three-for-three with his recent releases. This is cold.
Listen for yourself below and look for Lost In The Atlantic to drop soon.
“What we’re going to do here is go back, back into time”
Introducing FSD Rewind, our newest feature that you can look forward to seeing here featuring some of your favorite artists and some that you may not even be that familiar with. With FSD Rewind, we’ll be revisiting and highlighting some of our favorite songs, mixtapes and albums from the city’s past.
Shot and chopped by Forman James.
This past weekend, King Louie took a trip to Columbia, Missouri for a performance at Mizzou’s ZouFest homecoming concert and party. Louie hit stage to perform “B.O.N.”, but the Columbia police department shut down the show due to unknown reasons.
That din’t stop Louie from filling the Midway Expo Center with the ‘Tony Ghost’, though. Lou opted to perform “B.O.N.” acapella and the crowd proceeded to assist, rapping every single word. Pretty crazy.
“B.O.N.” is definitely one of the hottest records from this year and this latest clip is just another piece of supporting evidence. Check out the footage above and grab Louie’s Tony project here if you haven’t given it a listen yet or have been under a rock for the past few months. Drilluminati 3 coming soon.
Produced by Purps.
Something new from Keef and Gucci, lifted from Keef’s Back From The Dead 2 project. Paper problems? Not for these two.
Back From The Dead 2 is’t scheduled to drop until tomorrow, but the tagless version is available on iTunes now. Gucci and Keef’s Big Gucci Sosa project is also on the way, so stay tuned for more from Keef and ‘Wop.
Produced by Saba. Artwork by Fred Lozano.
For the 36th entry in their Freestyle series, DJBooth enlists the help of Westside emcee/producer Saba. In case you’re not aware, “Kentucky” is Saba’s first release since dropping his ComfortZone project earlier this year and another example of why Sab should be on your radar if he isn’t already.
Alright, enough from me. Listen to “Kentucky” yourself below.
Produced by Honorable C.N.O.T.E.
Saint Paul, Minnesota’s own Taylor J returns with new music in the form of “Hoodie Season”, featuring ATL native Dose. This record serves as the first offering from Taylor’s Central Ave EP, which he plans to release this winter.
Stream and download “Hoodie Season” below.
Honorable C.N.O.T.E. and Gucci Mane bring it to Milwaukee and grab Pizzle for the official remix of “Say A Prayer” featuring Rich Homie Quan. This record serves as the first drop from Note and Gucci’s upcoming C.N.O.T.E. Vs. Gucci project.
Produced by Honorable C.N.O.T.E., with co-production from Zaytoven, 8 Bar & J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League.