Directed by Seuss Leroy. Produced by Stvnton.
Ferrari Ferrell gave us the G Herbo-assisted “On Sight” last week and this week, he returns with the track’s official video. Ferrari’s new mixtape, Loop God, drops later today — at 4:04 EST to be exact.
Until then, check out the Lil Herb-featured clip above.
Theophilus London and Kanye’s collaboration from London’s Vibes album, “Can’t Stop”, is finally here in it’s entirety. While we already heard Kanye’s verse in the snippet that surfaced earlier this year, it’s nice to finally hear the full record.
Vibes is executive produced by Kanye and is currently available for streaming via Fader before it hits stores and digital retailers on November 4th. I recommend giving it a listen after checking out “Can’t Stop” below.
Billboard, who are doing a fantastic job of navigating “nu media,” and changing measurement techniques to keep up with current (and accurate) music consumption, just announced that Spenzo’s new single, “I’m So Sorry,” featuring Young Thug has hit #1 on their emerging artists chart.
Spenzo knocked DeJ Loaf’s “Try Me” (which is arguably the hottest new urban song in the country) out of the top spot within 24 hours of its release. Very, very impressive. See the full chart below, and check out “I’m So Sorry” right here.
Good news: the bar is open. And Elementz Emcee is tending. Making the stiffest drinks you can guzzle. Get your DD ready, because it’s going to be a wild night. 17 straight shots of booze from the Emcee, featuring the likes of Scheme, Dawreck, Nascent & QB, G Count, Ill Brown and many more.
The tab is running, so drink up below. Elementz is getting stuck with the bill. HA!
Following the release of Young Chop’s new album last night (and the drop of “Ain’t F*ckin With Her”), Empire Distribution offered up Lil Durk’s contribution to the album for everyone’s streaming pleasure.
This joint is one of the standouts from Still, but unfortunately it clocks in at just a few seconds over two minutes. The good news is that a video for this record is currently being put together, so look for that to drop in the very near future.
Listen to “Murder Team” below and be sure to grab Chop’s Still LP on iTunes.
With Benzino on the hook, the Global Gangsters connect to get very introspective over this somber new joint, “Whole Life,” which deals with giving your whole life to the game and not getting much in return. Life’s a bitch, but these guys found a way to persevere.
Produced by Young Chop and Chop Squad DJ.
The combination of Young Chop, Ty Dolla and Cap 1 proves to be a winner on “Ain’t F*ckin With Her”, the latest record we get to hear from Chop’s second album titled Still.
This joint’s too hard. Still is available for purchase on iTunes now. Go cop it twice.
Produced by Young Chop.
With the release of the DJ-free version of Fredo’s Walking Legend on iTunes comes the tagless and CDQ version of the Childish Gambino-assisted “Riot”.
Some of you may have missed this record when it originally dropped, while some of you may have been waiting on a tagless version. Either way, Fredo and Gambino’s “Riot” sans drops can be found below.
Cap 1 brings everyone to Tru Jack City for a behind-the-scenes look at his upcoming video for “Bird Bath”, produced by Chill Go Hard. Cameos from 2 Chainz and Bleu Davinci included.
While you wait for the video to drop in it’s entirety, grab Caviar Dreams 2 here.