Alex Wiley, Euro Wiley to you, just returned from a trip across the pond to Europe for a nice little tour. Now that he’s back stateside he’s decided to share a recap of his Paris show which includes an interview and some nice behind the scenes footage. The clip comes courtesy of Parisian outlet, Jamin Mag, and you can watch their piece above.
Be sure to catch Alex throughout April and May at the following spot dates alongside Action Bronson, Big Sean and Juicy J below.
Produced by Doc Da Mindbenda. Mixed by L Boogie for THEMpeople.
It’s 4/20 so of course Highlife emerges from his brief hiatus to give us something new. It wouldn’t be 4/20 without him, duh. And with Mic Terror and Doc Da Mindbenda on board it truly seals the deal. So today it’s a family affair with “Bitches Rollin’ Blunts.” And to that I say: everybody [scratching noise] get your roll on.
Yeah, sure, you’ve heard beat tapes. But how many beat tapes in 2015 were created on an MPC 1000, SP 404 and recorded to 4-Track Cassette recorder? Well, not many if any. But leave it to Slot to take it there. And today he does just that with the 1404 Beat Tape. Real beats, real chops, real hip-hop ish. Yes, it’s all there. So take some time to check out this collection of instrumentals, that Slot decided to drop in dedication of reaching 30k on Soundcloud and the smoker’s holiday, 4/20. Enter 1404 below.
New music from Jeremih is always welcome around these parts and today ‘Mih gives us a new joint featuring the Trap God himself, Gucci Mane.
As far as we know, ‘Mih and Wop’s “Money Do” isn’t set to appear on Late Nights: The Album, but you never know once the final product impacts — which is soon hopefully.
Listen to “Money Do” below, thanks to ‘Plex.
After giving everyone the official video for the Jeremih-assisted “Like Me” earlier, Lil Durk unveils the official artwork for his upcoming Remember My Name LP and when we can expect it.
Durk’s debut album is now set to arrive via Def Jam on June 2nd instead of May 12th, so you just have to wait a little bit longer. In the meantime, take a look at the official cover above and be sure to cop “Like Me” on iTunes.