I’ve never in my life heard of Tassho Pearce (no shots), so I found it weird when an email popped up today including a song with a No ID beat and a Kid Cudi feature. That’s a massive feat for a Hawaiian artist who is brand new to the scene — at least on the mainland. The beat was immediately familiar to me as a previously leaked record featuring Bump J, Sly Polaroid and Brainz Hussla, that was originally intended for the No ID/Bump J project that unfortunately never happened. That track was called “Long Line” and can be heard here.
Is this some sort of finesse on Tassho’s part, or is this a legit release? I don’t know, but you can check it out below. This beat is eternally fire.
Hosted by DJ E Sudd and DJ Victoriouz.
After collaborating on a number of records, Cap 1 and OJ Juiceman decided that it was only right that they connect for a mixtape which they’re calling Clock Werk. The project includes fifteen tracks from Cap and OJ, with guest appearances from 2 Chainz, Daz, 8Ball and more.
Hit the jump to check out Clock Werk.
Directed by Canon Boiz
A brand new visual from I.L Will is upon us.
Something new from OTF repper, OTF NuNu. Lookout for his debut project to drop later this spring.
Enstrumental continues to push the envelope with their 2014 releases, and today they unveil their latest drop, the “September 7th.” Many remember the pic on this shirt as the last known photograph of the late, great Tupac Shakur, who was tragically gunned down on September 7th, 1996, in front of the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. But have you ever seen the actual Reward poster? Well, now you can forever own it. We’re going on 18 years since Pac’s murder, and it still remains unsolved. We may never get closure, but the memory of this picture will forever haunt us.
Enstrumental has only printed up 44 of these shirts, which signifies how old Makaveli would’ve been this year. Click here to purchase, and hit the jump for more pics.
Directed by Mudwing Media. Produced by Kaye Fox, Emmaculate and Shebazz Curtis.
Double cross Kaye Fox, and you’ll find yourself hung out to dry. The evidence is in this new video for Kaye and YP’s most recent collaboration, “Used To Love You.” You might even find yourself looking quite suspect at the register of Succezz. One day you’ll learn.
Kaye’s Here I Am album will be out later this year.
If you were down in Austin for SXSW, you no doubt felt the presence of Vic Mensa who was anywhere and everywhere at the same time. Vic rocked countless stages, including the COMPLEX Complex and The Illmore, and even found some time to enjoy himself in between. Here, POD was able to catch Yung Net premiering a new song at the Thrasher party over the weekend. From the sound of things, this one will be called “Major Pain.” Check it out above.
Off producer Gianni Blu’s forthcoming project, Building Life Uniquely. The project features Lil Bibby, King Louie and Sasha Go Hard. Here they talk about friends they’ve had to ditch over the years. Frenchie from Brick Squad also appears. Give it a run through brlow.
Keef’s latest single is “Fuck Rehab,” but he just might be headed back there after a recent arrest for driving under the influence in the ritzy suburb of Highland Park. On top of the DUI charges, Keef was also popped for expired tags, driving with a suspended license and no proof of insurance. The arrest happened on March 5th, and flew under the radar until TMZ brought it to light this morning.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, Keef was pulled over in Highland Park, IL early in the AM on March 5th for having expired tags on his 2010 Jeep Cherokee. When officers approached the vehicle, we’re told it reeked of pot and, according to our sources, Keef openly admitted to smoking before driving.
We’re told police administered a field sobriety test and Keef choked. He was placed under arrest at the scene. In addition to DUI, Keef was also charged with driving on a suspended license and cited for having no proof of insurance.
The rapper was subsequently released after posting $300 bail.
Produced by Bronzevillain
Monster Mike gets that paper alongside producer Bronzevillain (which is a great name, btw) with this new leak, “Get Dough.” We’ve been patiently waiting for Mike to announce a release date for his project, but we’re still in the dark. Put out that monster, Monster.