A new Glo Gang posse cut, spearheaded by Ballout.
Ballin’ No NBA Pt. 2 coming soon.
We’ve heard rumblings about this video, and now the highly controversial clip for “ABK” from Mic Terror has been released. We’re told that his label, Closed Sessions, opted out of releasing this visual due to the graphic content included. Is it violent in nature, or just good satire? You be the judge. Fresh Prince Of Darkness is available at fine online retailers now.
*You gotta peep Gzus Piece with the briefcase of dynamite, though. Crying emoji.
Produced by Timbaland
The Tink onslaught continues. Today we get another radio rip of a new Timbo-produced banger, that was premiered on the Breakfast Club in NYC. Things are really taking off for the first lady of Mosley Music Group, and we’re so happy for her. Check out “Around The Clock” below. The clock is most definitely ticking for the competition.
Update: Full/CDQ added, via RR.
Fresh off of his College Craze party tour and spinning a few shows for King Louie, DJ Hoop Dreams drops by with a brand new mix for everyone’s listening pleasure. For Squad: The Mixtape, Hoop has taken all of his current favorite songs and compiled them in a nice 48 minute mix for you — yes, just for you.
Hoop Dreams urges you to listen in your car, on the way to the club, working out or while your dunking on people. Got it? Good. Dive into the mix below and look for more from Hoop in the very near future.
Remember back in July of 2013 when we had some pics/footage of Freddie Gibbs and the living legend Mike Dean in the lab working on some top secret material? Of course you do. The good news is that yesterday it was announced that one of the songs from their sessions was going to appear on the soundtrack for GTA V for PS4 and Xbox One (gamer talk).
Even better news? You don’t have to wait on the game to drop to hear it, as Gibbs just let it leak out. Do some dope below — and yes, we say yes to this kind. Enjoy.
Directed by Jerome D. Produced by Marcus Kincy and BJ The Chicago Kid.
Following the release of his brand new project, The M.A.F.E. Project, BJ drops off an official video for his take on Aaliyah’s “One In A Million.” Of course, BJ snapped on this one.
Check out the video above and grab The M.A.F.E. Project right here.
Astonish rang up the Pivot Gang for his latest release, the bouncy “On My God.” They put that on the Lord. Check out their new God flow, produced by Ikon under the cut. Insert a few prayer hand emojis right here:
Astonish’s The Who mixtape and his album To Whom It May Concern coming very soon.
The wait is finally over, the project is here. After leaking a string of new music over the past few months, BJ The Chicago Kid gives us his first project in a few years, the all-new The M.A.F.E. Project.
12 hot tracks featuring Freddie Gibbs, Schoolboy Q, Smoke DZA, Kobe, Sasha Go Hard and more. M.A.F.E. stands for “Music Ain’t For Everybody,” but we believe this project truly is. Get to know one of Chicago’s real heroes below. His talent speaks volumes, so be sure to turn it up.