Produced by Mr. E
A quick “Open Letter” for the currently embattled Treated Crew bad boy, Gzus Piece. It’s nothing but bars from one-half of White Gzus that quickly fill up the margins on the pages. It’s a letter from him to you, so pay close attention. Sincerely yours.
This is just a taste of what to expect from his U Almost Never Heard This project, due out later this year.
Produced by Dolan Beats
He think he Cam. He think he Juelz. He think he Jimmy. He think he Freaky. He think he 40 Cal. Well, maybe not 40 Cal. But Keith Mozart drops off this new one titled after one of the greatest rap crews in history. Santana’s town? Nah this one belongs to the Glo Boys. Oh boy!
Check out Keef’s diplomatic immunity below. Dedicated, hosted by DJ Holiday, coming soon.
Rapper Visual and producer Ill Brown bring us an Ill Visual today. For real. The production and rapping powerhouse duo give us this brand new six-song EP filled with good hip-hop for your mind, body and soul.
Today you can get an early listen of the Ill Visual prior to the album official dropping tomorrow, where you can purchase on iTunes or stream via Spotify. Listen to just how ill it gets below.
Chicago producer turnt rapper, Lokey, now known as Toneselfmade, drops off his brand new six song EP, entirely self-produced. Oh, there’s no features either. Hey, he’s self made, so he might as well do it for dolo.
You can now grab it below. It’s v rare.
Action Bronson and Chance The Rapper reenact the most classic of all classic movies, Coming To America, in their new video for “Baby Blue.” Yes, yes. F you, too!
Go buy that Mr. Wonderful now.
Directed by Alvin Elmore
Leoski and KGB have a few harsh words for those fronting and lying for likes. Newsflash: you don’t have to lie to kick it, but unfortunately in 2015 this epidemic is bigger than ever. Anything for the Gram, right?
Well, now we have the theme song for it. Oh now they didn’t.
City of the Savage Vol. 1 coming soon.
Mick Jenkins was all over Austin, TX the past few days for SXSW and one of the places you could’ve caught Mick was Austin’s Nice Kicks for Sway In The Morning’s SXSW Takeover.
Mick stopped by Nice Kicks to talk to Sway, Heather B and Tracy G about the Chi’s music community, public education, the perception of success, hip hop’s cultural impact and much more.
After chopping it up with Sway and company, Mick treated everyone to a live performance of “The Water[s]” from his latest project of the same title (which you need to grab now if you’ve been under a rock for the past few months). Watch Mick’s interview above and catch his performance below the jump.
Action Bronson and Chance The Rapper’s “Baby Blue” is currently a fan favorite, and is quite the bubbling single from Bronson’s Mr. Wonderful which is now available for purchase. Yesterday, they dropped a quick preview of the video, which should be releasing any day now (it looks great, btw.)
Also, you can check out these two performing the record at the MTVU Woodies down at SXSW in Texas. That’s below.
Directed by T-Raww. Produced by Kanye West & Mike Dean.
The Tyga and Yeezy collaboration gets a video. How many mills? 40 total. That’s what Tyga is looking to attain.
Also, it appears Tyga is officially off YMCMB as the video was just serviced by indie outfit, Empire Music (but no, not the TV show). Interesting. Looks like Tyga’s The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty will be coming sooner than later.