It’s that time of the week again. Do remember, that if the song dropped anytime since last Friday (5/23) 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.
Produced by No ID
The triumphant new single from Common Sense is here. Vince Staples on the feature. No ID on the beat. Deep, introspective stuff right here. Check it out below, and stay tuned for the Hype Williams-directed video sooner or later.
Nobody Smiling coming soon.
New aggressive content from Stonez and Durk. No word on where this will land, but it knocks regardless. We’re guessing Stonez has a new project due out this summer, and we know Durk’s Signed To The Streets 2 is scheduled for June 18th. Summer is already heating up.
Give it some burn below.
Could this be a snippet of a track titled “Black Bruce Wayne” to be featured on Kanye’s new album? Well, whatever the case, we’re pretty certain Kanye wouldn’t leak this while on his honeymoon. Either way, this joint found it’s way to the net, and rumors are swirling that it’s to feature 2 Chainz and someone paid $500 for the :32 snippet.
Enjoy the superhero music below.
This morning, Pitchfork announced the day and set times for their 2014 festival taking place July 18-20 at Union Park in Chicago. The lineup is stacked yet again, so if you’re planning on attending hit the jump to see where you need to be and when. See you there.
Day passes are still available here.
Directed by Phil Jordan. Produced by Big Ron.
Here Lil Chris explores what money does. A better question is, what money doesn’t do? The root of all evil, or the ultimate problem solver? Pick your poison, but don’t forget to pick up the tab. Watch it above.
Shot by James Forman & Manny Reel. Produced by Kid Marquis.
AsKB rocks and rolls with his latest effort, “Rock Like That.” AtTheCribWitMyOG coming soon.
Lawless Inc. artist Shaffer drops off his latest visual treatment for “Head Sake.”
Earlier today, The G Count linked up with fellow Chicago spitters, Lil Durk and Lil Herb, to craft the video for their recent collabo “Dat N****.” The video was shot in various locations around the city, and featured plenty of luxurious clothes, cars and jewels.
We’re guessing the collab will land on Count’s forthcoming new album, which is planned to drop later this year. Hit the jump to check out more pictures and hear a preview of the track. Sounds promising.