Produced by ThatKidMyself.
Peter Sayke and ThatKidMyself get a little help from Neak, Brail and Slot-A on their latest drop, titled “Hell On A Highway”. If you’re keeping count, this joint is the second offering from Peter and ThatKidMyself’s upcoming collaborative effort.
Hit the highway with Peter, ThatKid, Brail, Neak and Slot below.
Ben Official – They Don’t Know (Remix)
Kellen Gatsby – The Crib Instrumentals [Mixtape presented by PHLI]
Hit the jump for videos from Dutch Schultzz, Tae Montana & King Louie, YK-WildEnd, Christian Rich and EST 85.
Produced by J. Herd
What you see isn’t always what you get, but this is just what it appears to be — something brand new from Lil Herb. This new joint, “Whatchu Get”, comes to us from Adult Swim and Complex’s The Boondocks: Season 4 mixtape. Those who saw an early track listing for the tape were probably expecting to hear Herbo’s upcoming collaboration with Earl Sweatshirt (which was listed), but you’re going to have to wait a bit for that.
Check out Herb’s “Whatchu Get” below and listen to The Boondocks: Season 4 mixtape, hosted by DJ Drama, Don Cannon and Trendsetter Sense, right here.
Produced by T-Jay Beats
Mick Jenkins blows off some serious steam in DJBooth.net’s latest Freestyle Series. This is more than just a freestyle, though. It’s a dissertation. The boy Mick rips the track to shreds and leaves the microphone smoking. Nothing but steam in the aftermath. Kudos all around.
Edai keeps churning out the videos, and today he impacts with a dual video for “We Gon Shine” and “Tribulations & Trials.” Two for the price of one. Enjoy.
As part of 247HH’s ongoing Wild Tour Story series, Skooda Chose tells the tale about the time he was on tour with Twista, and there was a bathroom explosion of epic proportions. But no, not the kind that you’re thinking. Well, I guess it is. Just press play to find out what I’m talking about.
But who knew T had super human strength?
Last week, Nicki Minaj and Lil Herb definitely shook things up when they dropped their collaborative effort, “Chi-Raq.” The song was quite polarizing, as many thought the song was exploitive on Nicki’s part. Others thought the joint was simply a good look for Herb. Either way, everyone felt some type of way about it.
After “Chi-Raq” dropped a flood of “Chi-Raq” freestyles hit the inbox, with dozens of emcees setting out to tackle the track. Katie Got Bandz made a whole lot of noise with her version, while FM Supreme turned around the track and took aim at Nicki on it.
One of the most noteworthy versions of “Chi-Raq” came from rising female Chicago emcee Dreezy, who grabbed a ton of new fans with her rendition. The track even grabbed Common’s attention, so much in fact that he brought Dreezy up to 107.5 WGCI to discuss the track and Dreezy’s version with UB Rodriguez.
Produced by Nate Fox
With Nathaniel Fox on the track, LC Faces grabs frequent collaborator Saint Millie for this new one titled “The Field.” It’s real in the field, and Faces and Millie understand this and try to reason with it.
Produced by Tree
We said it last week, but I’ll say it again: the artwork for TREESWAG is awesome. No seriously. Artwork is, well, a lost art nowadays, so it’s nice to see someone put some creativity and thought into still images. People forget that these images are your calling cards. Yeah, people consume the product differently, but the images still hold power. You should know that, though. Common sense.
But I digress.
We told you this collabo project from Crack and Tree was coming, and today they show and prove with the first leak, “Cuts.” How does it cut? I think very deeply. Tree on production, with Crack on the vocals. Tree and Crack in the cut, that’s a scary sight.
Peep it below.