Here’s something that Miley can listen to. We’ll let Rah Digga tell it. There’s more outrage over a Kendrick verse than babies in the street TWERKING. Or have folks forgotten what this leads to?? Guess I’m just too school for cool in this regard.
It’s either her way or the highway. But to hear Angel Haze tell it, here’s the first single off her upcoming debut Dirty Gold, which debuted on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show.
To commemorate Frank The Butcher’s new apparel line, BAU, Strong Arm Steady’s Krondon laces the brand with a track for their upcoming project, All Is Fair. Produced by Frank The Butcher & Paul Mighty.
To help celebrate the 30th anniversary of the documentary Wild Style, Scram dubs this cut from the motion picture, which will also be featured on his upcoming Dead Giveaway EP.
Tyga is back on the scene with new music and throws his bottles towards to the sky for his celebratory track. No word where this’ll end up at, but more an upcoming project. DJ Mustard on the beat ho!
With K. Roosevelt providing the soundtrack, A$AP Rocky gives joy riding a whole new meaning on this track reportedly off the Grand Theft Auto V video game on September 17. Download: aap-rocky-asap-rocky-unreleased-gta-v.mp3//
It’s still fuck dat bitch for Young Dro. With that said, he rounds up his fellow Grand Hustler T.I. along with a few familiar faces for the official remix. xzone
Turn up the volume and adjust the bass. Eminem is back and goes out of control on the first single of his upcoming The Marshall Mathers LP 2. Album drops on November 5th. Produced by Rick Rubin.
Kendrick’s still got a control over the game. And now, 3D Na’tee rolls up her sleeves with a response to his verse. Based on the Lamar Odom-crack-refrence, it’s safe to say this was recorded within the last 24 hours.
Grab a bucket of popcorn, it’s movietime. Produced by Diplo and Honorable C-Note, 2 Chainz and Fergie bring the theatrics on their collaboration. B.O.A.T.S. 2: Me Time on September 10. info