Produced by Mulatto Beats and Supa Bwe.
Hurt Everybody’s back and they’re taking everyone to 2047 with “2K47,” the title track and first single from their forthcoming project. 2K47 doesn’t have a concrete release date just yet, but you can expect it to impact sometime this spring. Listen to “2K47″ below.
Sidenote: Blade Runner’s one of my favorite films. Nice art, guys. Ha!
Chance The Winner
Chance has graced the cover of many a magazine, but today his vibrant feature in Gentleman’s Quarterly finally dropped online. The piece focuses on Chance’s rise to stardom, The Social Experiment and plenty more.
But the biggest EYEBALL EMOJI moment was the revealing first paragraph, which disclosed Chance’s debut LP is to feature Frank Ocean, J. Cole and Andre 3000. Well, damn!
His subsequent guest appearances—nasally breathless, startlingly precocious—gained the attention of artists like Frank Ocean, J. Cole, and André 3000, all of whom will appear on his yet to be named debut LP.
Shoot over to their site to read the entire piece. Looks like 2015 is going to be another banner year for Chano. Check out pictures from the spread below.
Directed by Aaron Perkins Jr.
You know how yesterday I told you that Vic Spencer was done releasing stuff until his album drops tomorrow (1/29). Well, I lied to you. Sorry about that. Hopefully you can forgive me, as Vic has had yet another rap “Relapse,” with his latest video you see above.
The Cost of Victory drops tomorrow afternoon, but until then, go back down that dark alley with his gritty new video you see above. You can also check out the official, painted artwork for the album below. Realism at its finest!
Check back tomorrow for V-I-C’s latest.
Directed by Byrd Films. Produced by Nate Fox.
Do you hear Ric? You will with his latest release, “Lone Pools.” Take a dip into the lonely mind of Mr. Wilson, where he talks music, love and various other life battles. Float on above.
Producer I.B.C.L.A.S.S.I.C. plans to release his When All Else Fails project later this year and today, he offers up the first taste of what’s to come with “Moves To Make.”
The track, which features Murph Watkins, Jmella and Maven, tells the story of what life was like for I.B. on New Year’s Eve in 2012. Don’t expect any spoilers from me though — you’re going to have to press play and find out the 411 yourself.
Listen to “Moves To Make” below and look for I.B.’s When All Else Fails project to impact sometime this summer.
On a recent trip to NYC, G Herbo sat down with Hip Hop Wired for a brief interview where he talked about a slew of topics, namely leaving the streets behind to pursue a career in music. How as Herb able to do it? Well, watch and learn above.
Better late than never
The Songs Of The Month mixtapes serve as a monthly round-up of everything that has landed on our weekly ‘FSD Songs Of The Week’ lists and will be mixed, sequenced and hosted by none other than DJ Honorz.
Whether you’ve been looking for a mixtape including that dope loosie your favorite artist dropped or you’re looking to get caught up on what you’ve missed this past month, these tapes are for you. December’s installment, which we’re a bit tardy on, includes music from Lil Herb, King Louie, Spenzo, Chance The Rapper, Saba and many more.
Stream and download the December edition of the Songs Of The Month mixtape below. If you missed the November edition, grab it here.
Directed by Spike Jonze
Kanye took to the Ellen show to world premiere his new video for “Only One,” which stars his daughter North West, and features Paul McCartney (with assistance from Ty Dolla $ign.)
Kanye talks to Ellen about his new album, which is currently still untitled, and how Kim and North have made him a happier person. He later talks about his respective deals with Nike and adidas, and a slew of other topics.
Update: Check out the full video for “Only One” and clips from Kanye’s appearance on Ellen below.
Unless you’ve been living under a pile of pebbles, it’s likely you saw the headlines about Dame Dash giving Kanye West a BET Honors Award this past weekend. The headlines were compounded by selfies of a toothless Dame with his armed wrapped around Yeezus.
So what really went down? What are his thoughts on hooking back up with Ye? And what up with that missing tooth? Well, a composed Damon explains above.