Produced by Rikanatti and Cin-A-Matik.
Ca$his drops off more new music, featuring some of his former Shady familia. Obie Trice, D12′s Kuniva and Dirty Mouth of Trillville assist Cash on “Mind On Money”, which will be included on his forthcoming County Hound 2 LP.
This joint goes. Check it out below.
FSD Beats alum and frequent FSD pop-upper, Hooligan, drops part two of his For Medicinal Purposes series. Straight beats, no rhymes, for you to do whatever you please with. No prescription needed. See the Doc below.
Part 1 can be found right here.
If you even turned on Twitter tonight, then you already know about Kanye’s surprise Adult Swim concert in NYC. Kanye’s new album, rumored to be titled Yesus, is due out June 19, and in the coming weeks I’m sure we’ll be getting plenty of leaks, videos, vines and cryptic tweets.
However, those in attendance said he only performed one new song (that being “Awesome”) and teased the crowd with another new snippet. The mystique continues.
Complex has like 25 videos on their site. I’d suggest heading that way.
Black Matt and RMB Justize haven’t dropped any new music in a while, but that changes as they come through with Summer Duplex which consists of two new records. “Chosen Few” and “Day To Day” are both smooth records from the Cool Neighbors, who I hope are still planning to release a new project soon.
Either way, check out these new joints below.
Nylo fans can rejoice. The lovely songstress is back with a brand new joint that will be included in her Indigo project, which hopefully impacts this summer. This is the first release from the album and she’ll be liberating nothing but new material each and every Wednesday.
Interview got the premiere, and on top of that they have a dope interview and photo spread alongside of it. But first and foremost, you gotta check this track. She’s too fly with it.
Produced by Mike Jaxx.
I’m not sure why it took so long for a record to impact baring the namesake of the Bulls’ current starting point guard, but LOD affiliate Grade Aplus fills that void with his latest record. Rap songs named after NBA players often come up short, but this one doesn’t. Listen below.
Produced by Ghost Loft and Raak.
Nylo lends her vocals to this new joint from Epic recording artist Gilbere Forte’s latest project, Pray. New music from the Chi City songstress should be dropping any minute now. Until it does, you can definitely fall for this smooth record below.
As Parkay preps the release of his Kush & Caviar album, we’ll be getting weekly episodes of his aptly titled Kush & Caviar series. Today we have episode one and it features cameos from the likes of Sean Mac, Mikkey Halsted and Mikey Mike. Look for the album in June courtesy of One Off Music Group.
Directed by Verluxe
If you’ve heard Chance’s Acid Rap (and let’s be serious, who hasn’t?), then you surely heard the female vocals on “Lost.” After said project dropped, we received a few inquiries as to who she was, and today we can make a proper introduction.
No Name Gypsy is a 21-year old rapper from the south-side of Chicago. For the past year, No Name has been writing and recording music for her debut mixtape “Telefone” expected to release in late July. With a background in poetry, her music is heavily rooted in descriptive language and meaningful subject matter. Telefone is a culmination of different conversations she’s had over the phone that have impacted who she is as an artist and young adult in Chicago. The tape is meant feel like you’re talking to someone you like on the phone for first time, exploring their likes and dislikes, dreams and aspirations, and their ideas about the world around them.
Got it? Her debut, Telefone, is due out in July. But for now, enjoy the paradise of “Paradise.”