Taylor Gang‘s Berner links up with LA’s Problem and label boss Wiz Khalifa for “Night and Day” which is a cut off his most recent project Drugstore Cowboy.
Big Cats is back with a dope new EP called “Lesser Lights!”
Lupe Fiasco decides to bless his fans with a couple bars over Drake’s “Pound Cake” instrumental.
Chevy Woods puts his word play over Rich Homie Quan’s single, Type Of Way.
Ramaj Eroc has finally released the awesome “I Love You” produced by 808 Mafia.
Curren$y spits that real shit on his new joint “Ox”.
After hitting payday with “Blurred Lines”which featured Pharrell and T.I., which is currently on record in my head! THIS SONG IS AMAZING, Robin Thicke decides to work on his own this time only enlisting the aid of mega producer Timbaland for the creation of “Take It Easy On Me.”
Meet 24 year old Napoleon from Raleigh North Carolina. This song is called “Triumphant” produced by Pharaun. Pharaun is Phonte’s (Little Borther) “little brother”. Literally.
Up and coming LA rapper, and son of 1970′s rockstar Steve Dior (who worked with the Sex Pistols), Jez Dior released his debut mixtape Scarlett Sage last Wednesday, June 12.
Rising Bronx rapper Doley Bernays returns with his new single, “Blessed,” premiered by XXL. Living the classic drug dealer-turned-rapper story, Doley’s authenticity comes across in his new banger.
Our friend, Karen Civil, gives you first exclusive listen to Meek Mill’s last release “Levels” produced by Cardo Got Wings.
With the release of Ransomnia last summer, Ro Ransom is gearing up for the release of his new project appropriately titled Ro Ransom Is The Future.
The record presented here is the official single for Detroit rapper/producer Hunnit Andretti titled “Girls and Drugs” off his 1st full body of work EastSide Story EP due later this year.
Artist Polyester The Saint drops a new track titled I Win featuring one of raps long time practitioners Freddie Gibbs. The track is part of his upcoming project ‘P.O.P. (Passion, Obsession, Profession)’dropping May 29th.
Having established his stunting habits on several solo tracks, Seth Narley cooks up his first posse cut with Soy and Show TuFli titled “Seis”.