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Fresh off of returning from tour with Rich Jones and Blake Rules, Black Matt comes through with another loosie that won’t make his Call 4 Help 1999 project.
Wondering what ‘GFGP’ stands for? Well, you’re going to have to press play below and let Matt tell you himself. Call 4 Help 1999 coming soon.
Directed by SO Visuals. Presented by DJ Osh Kosh.
“Digi Scale” from Lamb$ gets the remix treatment courtesy of DJ Osh Kosh and an accompanying video, which you can watch above. For the remix, Lamb$ is joined by Reese, Key! and fellow Ohioan Tezo.
The end result? Straight dope. Check out the equally dope video above. Spotted at Noisey.
Directed by Kenctures.
Landon Battles and The Boy Illinois connect for the first offering from Landon’s upcoming Black Gold project, titled “Holy Hallelujah”. Black Gold isn’t scheduled to impact until later this year, but you can get a taste of what to expect with the clip above.
And just like that, DeJ Loaf unleashes her new Sell Sole mixtape. The project is thirteen tracks deep and includes guest appearances from Birdman, Young Thug, Ty Dolla $ign, Oba Rowland, Remy Ma and more.
Hit the jump and get familiar with Columbia Records’ latest signee and her new project below.
Following the release of the “Knicks” remix yesterday, MadGibbs return with another offering from the forthcoming Knicks Remix EP. “Home” features BJ The Chicago Kid and is yet another solid collaboration from Gibbs and BJ. You know, I wouldn’t be mad at an EP or full project from these three.
Give “Home” a listen below the jump and remember — the Knicks Remix EP drops November 18th.
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Young Chop returns to the booth for the latest offering from his Still LP, which also features King 100 James. On “Some Of Mine”, production comes from Chop Squad DJ, Tarentino of 808 Mafia and Chop himself.
This joint knocks. Still is available for pre-order on iTunes now and drops next Tuesday (10/28).
Directed by FrostisRAD.
Bars ‘R Us. Detroit emcee Off-Rip is joined by fellow 313 representatives Stackdough, D-Rick and Franchize for his latest visual offering, which you can watch above.
Off-Rip’s Don’t Show Up When I Blow Up mixtape, hosted by DJ Mo Beatz, is due out later this year.
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No squares allowed. SD switches things up a bit for his new single, “Circles”. This new records serves as the first official single from Truly Blessed, SD’s debut album.
Truly Blessed hits stores and digital retailers via iHipHop Distribution on November 18th, but you can pre-order it on iTunes now. Stream “Circles” below the jump.
The 2014 run of vitaminwater’s #uncapped series came to a close in New York City last week and one of the Chi’s own was in the building to help close it out. Vic Mensa joined DJ Envy and surprise guest Trey Songz at Gotham Hall for what looked like a pretty dope show.
Check out Vic performing the Kaytranda-produced “Wimme Nah” at the #uncapped finale in the clip above, courtesy of Fader TV.
Sidenote: Can we get an official video for “Wimme Nah” or nah?
Directed by Kevin Wright Jr. Produced by C-Sick.
King Louie’s Tony project is one of his best in a while and one of the more underrated projects to impact this year. Before fully focusing on his upcoming Drilluminati 3 mixtape, Lou gives us a video for one of the many standouts (and my personal favorite) from Tony — the C-Sick-produced “F*ck N*gga”.
Watch the video for “F*ck N*gga” above and grab Tony here if you haven’t yet or been under a rock.