It’s that time of the week again. Do remember, that if the song dropped anytime since last Friday (2/28) it’s eligible for the list. Now we aren’t saying these are the BEST songs of the week, but they are the staff’s faves and joints you can catch us bumping in the office.
Directed by Jason Boulware.
Highlife Dre and Gzus Piece appear in the Chicago edition of Nat Geo’s Drugs, Inc. (not really) for the official video of “Bulls Vs Magic 2″. Highlife and Gzus snapped for this one. Viewer discretion is advised.
Highlife’s self-titled debut can be found right here.
The footage from last night’s FSD x Red Bull Sound Select affair continues to roll out. And as we mentioned earlier, there were a lot of very special guests in the house last night. Not only did Ty bring out Lupe Fiasco and Fredo Santana, but he also brought out labelmate Spenzo to perform his smash “Wife Er.” If you missed it, you can watch what went down with the clip courtesy of Pursuit of Dopeness above.
It’s official. The first single from Keef’s sophomore Interscope album is going to be “Fuck Rehab.” Fresh out of rehabilitation for narcotics abuse, Keef sets out to shock the world yet again as he tosses his middle finger at the place where we resided much of last year.
Today we get the official artwork from the Glo Gang camp. When will we get to hear the song? I’m told very shortly. A video has also been shot for the single. Stay tuned.
Skooda Chose’s Vulture Kulture drops on Monday (3/10), so as you brace for impact, the Chosen One is blessing us with one final leak — this one featuring production from the Blended Babies. You can expect a video for this joint to hit the net next week, but for now take in the audio. Skooda and the Blended Babies have created plenty of magic in the past, so listen for them to do it again. It’ll hit you like an unexpected uppercut.
Directed by Roger Tino Morales. Produced by Na$im Williams.
Saint Millie gets introspective while taking a trip down Madison avenue for his latest visual, “Dream 312″. This one was a FSD favorite from Millie’s Road To Glory project, so it’s nice to see a video for it. If you haven’t heard Road To Glory, grab it right here. Glory coming soon.
And if you look closely, you’ll see Millie is rocking that FSD x Jugrnaut anniversary bucket hat. You’ll be able to purchase one of those soon. Stay woke.
Not to brag, but you have to agree that we throw dope events — and last night was no exception. We warned you ahead of time that this particular FSD & Red Bull Sound Select concert was going to be special, and we more than showed and proved. We’ll bring you a more in-depth recap a little later, but first we had to give you one of the absolute highlights. That being Ty bringing out none other than Lupe Fiasco for their collaboration, “$nitches.”
Towards the end of Ty’s sold out performance, he invited Lupe to the stage much to the crowds surprise. Check out the crowds reaction and watch them kill it in the clip above. Shouts to Pursuit of Dopeness for grabbing it.
Last night, Rick Ross brought his Mastermind to The Arsenio Hall Show for a performance of “Sanctified.” But to surprise the crowd, Rozay pulled the ultimate caper and brought out Kanye West and Big Sean. A very boss move, IMO.
Mastermind in stores now.
I’ve never seen Game of Thrones on HBO, but I know people frequently rant and rave about it. So much so that they decided to drop a mixtape in support of the show — a first for an HBO series, no? A Soprano’s mixtape would’ve been too fire, though.
Anyhoo, here’s Com Sense’s contribution to the Catch the Throne tape, which drops on April 11th. Wale, Big Boi and others will be featured. Game of Thrones returns to Home Box Office on April 6th. Tune in.
Produced by Ill-State-Fastlife
Crack and company might’ve over-indulged on the medication on this one. They’re a little high, but it’s all good because this one goes crazy. Just say yes.