Mush Millions drops off his latest solo effort, Experience, featuring nineteen new records. P. Flawz, 808 College and Mush himself handle a bulk of the production, while Shawnna and more show up to contribute guest verses.
Stream and download Experience below.
BrandUn Deshay provides the backdrop on “Sophisticated Thoughts,” the latest offering from NYC emcee Julian Stephen. The track’s official video can be found above, so do the right thing and press play.
Long time partners in crime, The Boy Illi and G.o.D. Jewels connect for yet another freestyle — this time taking aim at “Car Service.” This one is called “You God” and features the two emcees bobbing, weaving and trading stellar verses throughout. Bless up and enjoy below. Church!
The Best of Both Michaels…
Boston and the Chi collide for an ode to fufu designer wear. You know the good spots for counterfeit goods from city to city, and Mike and Mike explore and detail their exploits in this new track below. Fufu never sounded so good.
Durk takes King Louie’s current hit “B.O.N.” and puts his very own OTF spin on it. He addresses rap beef (he doesn’t do it), eating exotic foods with Diddy, shouts out Bump J and the Goon Squad and so much more. “B.O.N.” is incredibly addictive anyway, so it’s nice to hear another artist put their spin on it.
Produced by Sami Beatz & Supa Bwe
Ever heard of a second line? Well, it’s a parade/party thrown alongside traditional funerals in New Orleans. Well tonight, Supa Dupa brings that concept to Chicago with “FeFe At My Funeral.” Sound like a bummer? Nah, Supa contests it’s all in good fun. It’s a new tradition.
Although it may sound dark, Supa just wants to express his individuality until he dies, and when he does- he wants you to enjoy yourself at his funeral party. So indulge in the dope and remember the good times while jamming out to his music.
Freddie’s next solo project is due out in early 2015.
Directed by Zae. Produced by Jay Storm.
Mr. Ice Cream Man, but no it’s not Percy Miller. Nor the Luniz for that matter. It’s Montana of 300, and he’s back with his latest visual “Ice Cream Truck.” No “Pop Goes The Weasel” over there. Jay Storm most definitely killed this beat.
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While visiting NYC on biz, No I.D dropped by the Juan Epstein show to chat with Rosenberg and Quatermaine (in for Cipha Sounds) about his illustrious career spanning over 20 years. He talks about his humble beginning in Chicago, his storied career with Common, his relationship with Kanye, Def Jam and much more. It doesn’t get much more informative than this — and you know No I.D. rarely does interviews. Check it out below.