Produced by Reno
Finally back after a far-too-long-gone hiatus is Brain Hu$$la, the Goon Squad repper who blazed mixtapes alongside Bump J for much of the early and mid 2000s. We’ve been waiting on his proper project for quite some time, and thankfully it’s going to be a reality very soon. How soon? Real soon, as in this week soon. Friday, 10/10 is the impact date and the project is known as Brain Laden: The Sandstorm, and features all new music with Lil Herb, YP, Lil Reese, Marvo, Cheeko Dollaz, Ty Money and Youngin Lansky.
Today Brain lets loose the first leak from The Sandstorm, and he keeps it all the way “100” with it (to say the least.) We’re very excited for the album, as you should be as well. Check out his return below.
Produced by FLEXXBABII BEATZ
Bop season is in full swing. What, you ain’t know? Tonight, Westside bosses DJ Nate and Lil Trav take the FeFe from 0-100 with the upbeat “She A Loaner.” Nate and Trav? Now that’s a bop match made in heaven. Check out their new collab below.
Directed by Money Strong TV
Hopefully by now you’ve heard of EMP DASME. And adding to that, we hope you’ve checked out his latest mixtape, The Consortium Mindstate. If you’ve yet to do so, you can change all that right here, right now. Well, tonight we bring you “Heard of Me,” the latest from the aforementioned mixtape. Duke Da Beast features, and we must admit that this beat is a monster. A beast if you will. You’d be amiss not to press play — don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Produced by Young Chop
More leaks! No need to call a plumber, as all of these leaks are Cozart-sanctioned. Here he reunites with long-time producer Young Chop for the slapping “Earned It.” This appears to be a leak from Keef’s new project, Gloyalty, which is set to drop after Back From The Dead 2. This is Keef’s sixth leak of the past few days.
Keef is just tossing out every and anything at this point. If you’re keeping score at home right now, this is his fifth release in like 72 hours. I guess he’s not holding back any of Back From The Dead 2. “Wayne” is yet another self-produced joint from his forthcoming opus. The onslaught continues, check out his Weezy dedication below.
Just when you thought Dej Loaf’s “Try Me” couldn’t get much hotter, Durk pours some lighter fluid on it with his very own remix. After my first listen of the OG version of “Try Me,” it struck me as something Durk would’ve made, so it’s only right that he puts his fingerprints on it. Try it, you’ll like it.
Directed by Film Gods
The other side? No love for them. And Fredo waxes poetic about that in this new clip. Look for his new project to drop on Halloween.
First and foremost, happy birthday to Supa Bwe. Now secondly, and most importantly, he’s decided to bless the world with a new EP in celebration of turning 2-5. It’s 10-4 and it’s five tracks deep. Most of the tracks are self-produced, while Chandler London, Hurt Everybody and Mulatto Beats show up for assistance.
So enjoy this freebie project while Bwe enjoys his cake and booze out of the country. Hit the jump to stream and see track list.
Directed by Phil Jordan
Some in-studio footage of Z recording the last joint he put together before going back to the can. It’s called “Ordinary” and it’s set to appear on his long-awaited three album trilogy, 3MPIRE. Hopefully Z is out sooner than later, the game needs him.
Produced by Na$im Williams
The always-working Rich Jones just keeps flooding the market with new much. Keep up with him if you can. Here he links with Treated Crew producer, Na$im The Dream, for his latest drop “Heart Of Darkness.” How could you be so heartless? Find out below.
Off of my upcoming album Pink Slips. Dropping any time between tomorrow and 10 years from now.