Last week, an Alex Wiley track popped up on various blogs and sites that was presented as a new track. But it wasn’t even a new track, it was just a track that’d been out with an open verse. It even kinda told you that in the title. But I digress.
Over the weekend, Alex really did drop a new track (which also says so in the title) called “Track One.” It features Mr. Wiley getting busy over some wicked guitar riffs (I think that’s how you say it.) Get down to business with “Track One” below.
Produced by DJ L
I don’t know if you’ve heard the news or not, but we’re doing a show with Red Bull and Lil Herb on June 11th at Reggies. It’s only $3 with RSVP right now. I suggest you do that now. Hurt Everybody and Netherfriends are also on the bill.
But back to the lecture at hand — a Herb loosie has just surfaced. It’s called “That Sack” and the soundscape was handled by DJ L. No word on its origin or where it will land, but cot damn if this doesn’t knock. Check it out below and be sure keep an open eye for Herb’s new project, Ballin Like I’m Kobe, due out later this year. And don’t forget to RSVP for our show with Herb on 6/11.
While we await D’s official album, Short Summers, Long Winters, he decides to give us the oh-so-smooth first single from the opus titled “The Quest.” And this one is the reason for the season. A perfect way to usher you into spring and summer. Plus you already knock he’s spitting that ish. Check out his “Quest” to be the best below.
Produced by DJ L.
While we wait for Lil Durk’s Def Jam debut to hit stores in a couple weeks, iTunes offers up Durk’s collaboration with fellow Def Jam emcee Logic, “Tryna Tryna,” as the latest pre-release single.
This joint might need to be an official single — Durk and Logic got one. Check out “Tryna Tryna” below and remember that Remember My Name hits iTunes and stores June 2nd.
Produced by Chophouze.
In preparation for the release of his upcoming Still Here project, Edai connects with DJ Milticket and Exclusive to give everyone a small taste of what’s to come with “Can’t Take Me.” This joint’s a little too short, but it’s tough.
Check out “Can’t Take Me” below and look for Still Here to impact soon.