Produced by GoodBoy Beatz
Perception is everything. Or so they say. So what do you do until you get it how you want it? Well, you fake it til you make it, that’s how. But that’s not really what this song deals with — it’s more of Naledge just busting your ass on the mic, tbh.
Naledge’s Brain Power 2 project is due out on January 5th.
Produced by Bionik
Something new from the Griff off his Ashland Chronicles 2 project, which is due out in the new year. This is a record about losses due to gun violence. Says Griffen:
“Its not about gun control, but moreso controlling your gun”.
Three short, tragic stories (verses) about the all too familiar theme of gun violence in relation to unintended victims, most notably: children.
Directed & produced by The Legendary Traxster.
With Twista’s Back To Basics EP only a week away (12/10), the content is beginning to roll out, and you can count on something to drop everyday until the official release. Today, T kicks things off with his video for “Intro Freestyle.” Filmed at Chicago’s infamous Terror Dome, a staple for rap battles and gatherings in the late 80s/early 90s (and most famously featured in EC Illa’s “On Ill” video), Twista truly gets back to his hip-hop roots on this one. Stripping away the gloss and floss, Twista proves that he’s an MC first, and that’s what this video and project set out to achieve.
Produced by Druture.
Free Crack finally hit the streets this past Friday and today, we get more new music from Bibby thanks to DJ Victoriouz and DJ/producer Druture. Victoriouz and Druture connected for a new EP titled Out Of Towners, which is now available for download.
The EP contains new music from Ryan Hemsworth, Tink, Sasha Go Hard, Johnny May Cash, King James, Little Cloud and more. Below, you can find Bibby’s contribution to the project titled “Strange”.
Stream/download “Strange” below. If you haven’t given Free Crack a listen yet, click here and change that. Not now, but right now.
Produced by Zaytoven.
Something new from Rozay Richie, which was tucked away on DJ ESudd and DJ Rocksteady’s new Mudd Muzik mixtape. The tape contains a few new joints from Cap, but you can find the Zaytoven-produced “Extras” below.
Cap’s Caviar Dreams project is scheduled to impact later this month.
Gangsta Gibbs chucks the deuces to the competition on his latest collabo with Young Chop. You know when you’re dealing with Gibbs, it’s two fingers and then the middle one. He also flips my favorite Brotha Lynch Hung song of all time.
Anybody Killa due out in the new year. Peace.
You wonder what they do and who they do it for? The Washington’s, the Lincoln’s, the Jackson’s, the Grant’s, the Hamilton’s. And I’m assuming the Benjamin’s, too. Even though Mr. Franklin wasn’t a president. Either way, cash out with Ebone and Soulja below.
Parental Advisory. Explicit Content.
Kells gets as nasty as he wants to be alongside his southern counterparts, Migos & Juicy J. Yeah, that’s a whole lot of freakin. This joint is a bonus burner from the deluxe version of the Pied Piper’s new project, Black Panties, which is due out on December 10th.
The Supreme Team and ShowYouSuck take it back to the 1-9-9-9′s on this unreleased heater. Honestly, the 90s have never been more popular than in 2013. Not even Nastradamus could’ve predicted that.
Directed by Tornado Torpedo Productions
Coming straight out of Denmark is DJ Hones, who went westward to recruit two of our most legendary domestic rappers, Twista and Fat Joe, for a new video called “Christian Bale.” Joe Crack was still inside when this video was filmed, but Twista made it across the pond to record his cameo. Check out the foreign exchange in the video above.