Lupe links with frequent collaborator Guy Sebastian yet again for this new one they’re calling “Linger.” This has nothing to do with The Cranberries song of the same name. You get that reference or nah? Nah, right?
Tetsuo & Youth drops next week.
Produced by D. Brooks Exclusive
KD Young Cocky is back for the 2015 with a brand new single, helmed of course, by his longtime collaborator and sound architect, D. Brooks Exclusive. JMoe shows up to aid and assist and supply some additional flare to the already smoking “Running’ Thru A Check.”
This is the equivalent of BMFing in audio form. Spend that dough below. Smokin’ Right Now due out later this year.
I remember Stunt Taylor. I mean, how could you forget? Well, the rising Chicago star is back with a new video from his upcoming album, StuntN’ On Turbo, which impacts right here on FSD on 1/20/15. This is one of the first singles from the release and it was produced by Rico on the Beat. The video is above, but if you’re interested in the Mp3, you can grab that below.
This Sunday, come celebrate with Stunt at his public listening/release party at Leaders from 4-6pm — you can find the event flyer for this soiree below. Do remember, StuntN’ On Turbo drops on January 20th, but for now remember “I remember.”
Directed by Rio
Here a visual for Will’s “Intro” — which serves as the first single from his Hitman project. That should be out later this year, but get things started with the video you find above.
Produced by Cheddah
It’s been a minute since the kid Dorsey dropped off some newness for the masses. But today the rapper slows it down a bit for the ladies, with the flavor-filled ode to the, ahem, G-Spot. Lo-G adds some crooning, while Chedda did the beat.
Hit that “G-Spot” below.
Directed by RUFFMERCY. Produced by Salva and Nick Hook.
Thugger Thugger, Gangsta Gibbs and Fergenstein’s collaboration comes to life in the official video, which Mass Appeal just liberated. This joint serves as the first offering from the upcoming Mass Appeal compilation, but you can grab it on Salva’s Peacemaker project now.
Produced by Dee Lilly
New Astro to kick off the year. This one is inspired by the opening track from Disney’s The Lion King. We know there’s a circle of life, so check out Astro waxing poetic about the possibilities, greatness and change that life brings. A pretty dope number. Peep it below.
Up and out of nowhere, the King has dropped two brand new and unreleased tracks. The first of the two releases is “Right Now,” with the second being “I’m In Love Wit Canada,” which you probably think is a “Coco” remix, but it’s actually an original song produced by DJ L.
The latter is a dedication our neighbors to the North, and all of the towns Tony frequents while he’s there. Gets his braids licked in Ottawa? Saw whattawa?
D3 on the way.