The Blended Babies latest release, which comes as an out-of-nowhere loosie, is dedicated to the art of indifference. Asher and Buddy? They’re just sayin’ whatever. But sayin’ whatever never sounded so good. There’s nothing indifferent about this track, as this slow roller is filled with gems and jewels. Just say yes, and say it loud below.
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The new mixtape from Chop Squad repper YB is upon us. Johnny May Cash, Young Chop and the rest of the crew show up and show out. You can grab it now below.
Also, as a bonus, check out YB’s video for “No Lie” under the cut. Young Chop produced it.
Produced by Purps.
Something new from Keef and Gucci, lifted from Keef’s Back From The Dead 2 project. Paper problems? Not for these two.
Back From The Dead 2 is’t scheduled to drop until tomorrow, but the tagless version is available on iTunes now. Gucci and Keef’s Big Gucci Sosa project is also on the way, so stay tuned for more from Keef and ‘Wop.
Produced by Saba. Artwork by Fred Lozano.
For the 36th entry in their Freestyle series, DJBooth enlists the help of Westside emcee/producer Saba. In case you’re not aware, “Kentucky” is Saba’s first release since dropping his ComfortZone project earlier this year and another example of why Sab should be on your radar if he isn’t already.
Alright, enough from me. Listen to “Kentucky” yourself below.
We were saddened when Jeremih and Def Jam didn’t stick to their September 20th release date for his highly anticipated third album, Late Nights: The Album. But as they say, good things come to this who wait, and it appears that November 10th is the revised date. Well, tentative at least. It seems awfully close to just be dropping it out of thin air like this, but we do have a track list which you can now find below.
Juicy J, J. Cole, YG, Trey Songz, Fabolous, French Montana and Flo Rida will all appear. This has most definitely been one of our most anticipated albums of 2014, so let’s hope it delivers. I have a feeling it will. Hit the jump to check it out.
DJ Kenn has been extremely gracious with the leaks from his new album, The World Is Ours. But the buck stops here, with one final leak before the album hits iTunes on Halloween (now that’s a scary sight!) For this final leak, Kenn has connected with Savage Squad signee Juice Da Savage for “Can’t Trust You.” Can’t trust you? Can’t truss it. Bottom line.
Preorder The World Is Ours RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW. Support the God Kenn.
Twista joins The Rej3ctz on “All That”, the opening track on Dillon Francis’ Money Sucks, Friends Rule LP. This may seem like a bit of a random collaboration, but Twista’s rapid-fire flow and Dillon’s production mesh well.
Listen to “All That” below. If you like what you hear, Dillion’s album is available now on iTunes via Columbia and Mad Decent.
Produced by The Antydote.
With the release of DJBooth’s Top Prospects Vol. 2 EP comes this new joint from Kembe X, titled “Patience Part Too”. Patience is key, but you don’t have to wait to hear this one.
Listen to “Patience Part Too” below and grab Top Prospects Vol. 2 here.
He might be known as Kosine of Da Internz to you, but to the rest of the world (or the underbelly of the world), he’s known as Enrique Dragon. This is the alias of aliases, and today Ko’s oversexed private persona kicks into overdrive with the hilarious video for “Out Here.” We’ve all known someone who is, well, out here, and this is a joint dedicated to them. It’s their anthem. Bask in it. Wash, rinse, repeat. Keep it indoors, people — it’s best for business.