Produced by HurtBoy AG.
Off the legendary titled mixtape from Tadoe’s Thotties, Thoinks & Joints. Tadoe definitely gets a gold medal for that one. It’s like Beats, Rhymes & Life, but nah. Check out what he and his Glo Gang comrade Tray Savage put together below.
We’re panicking a little since Late Nights: The Album still hasn’t dropped, but Jeremih comes though with some new music to make the wait a little better. For his latest offering, ‘Mih adds his own touch to French Montana’s “Don’t Panic” and even includes Chris Brown’s remix verse.
Check out what ‘Mih put together below. Late Nights: The Album is on the way. Funk Flex‘s tags for now.
Produced by Kanye West, Mike Dean, Jess Jackson and Dupri.
After a few delays, the first single from Tyga’s The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty LP is finally here. If this joint is any indication of what Tyga’s been cooking up with ‘Ye, then color me interested.
Listen to “40 Mill” below and be sure to cop the single on iTunes.
“This midwest rise is nothing to play with.” – Tink
Couldn’t agree more.
Tink’s the latest from the Chi to put her own spin on Dej Loaf’s “Try Me” and she certainly doesn’t disappoint. You don’t have to take my word for it though — hit the jump and listen for yourself.
Directed by Cholly. Produced by Dave The King x TimmyDaHitman.
The CRS Management Group rolls out their new project, The Birth, which should be out later this year. Their latest release comes in the form of the “Bands” video, which features rapping from $tacks, Tone Capone and G-No. Man up, band up, indeed.
You can find the official cover art and track list for The Birth below. Consider yourself in the know, so don’t be the last one to the party.
Directed by Visual Mecca. Produced by Hippie Sabotage.
Alex W gets the band back together by linking up with longtime homie and collaborator, Kembe X. These two join forces to lift off on this new one called “Takeoff.” It’s featured on Alex’s most recent release, Village Party. It’s quite psychedelic, but no fear, there’s not flashbacks or hangovers after watching. At least not yet.
All smiles here.
Common and Jay Electronica will be hitting the road together for the Nobody’s Smiling tour, which kicks off next month in Las Vegas. The thirteen-date tour doesn’t include a Chicago stop (go ahead and insert a sad emoji here), but hopefully that changes soon.
In related news, Jay Elect’s been spending a lot of time in the city as of late and has been working with No I.D. (and Jay Z) over the past few weeks. Could the two be working on Act II or something entirely different? Hopefully, we find out sooner than later.
Check out the full list of dates below, keep your fingers crossed that a Chicago date happens and stay tuned for more info.
Produced by Saba
Astonish hits ‘em high, then hits ‘em low with his latest single — this one produced by Pivot prez, Saba. Life his highs, lows, ups, downs, peaks, valleys, etc. But it’s how you conquer them that matters. Listen to Astonish reflect in the track you’ll find below. Get ‘em high.
Also, Astonish will also be performing at Dally Auston’s birthday party/show on October 26th
Directed by Adebowale Adesuyi
Life is all about Guns and Roses. Bittersweet like friends and foes is. Some get left behind and some get chosen. Just like life, Guns and Roses. Pretty much, right?
In retrospect, that was a pretty good call. And today RETROSPECT give us a mini-movie for their version of “Guns & Roses.” No Axl’s (or Lenny’s) involved here. Check out their cinematic masterpiece above.