Guwop and his fellow Brick Squad artist Sosa got more money than they can count in their new collabo. This can be found on Gucci’s three-disc set, World War 3: Vol. 2: Gas, Molly & Lean, now on iTunes.
Although Earl Sweatshirt drops his debut next Tuesday, the ‘Net got ahold of his collaboration with Frank Ocean. Once you get past Earl’s lazy ass flow, Frank makes reference to his R&Beef with Chris Brown. Nothing to get anal over.
It’s been about a month and half since Meek Mill’s protegé Lil Snupe was gunned down. And in honor of his fallen Dream Chaser, Meek pours out a lil’ liquor over Boi-1da’s production.
Rap game’s outta control. Less than 24 hours after Kendrick Lamar proclaimed to be “King Of New York,” Brooklyn’s Joell Ortiz returns fire with a freestyle of his own.
Bundle up. Trinidad Jame$ got more new music and brings Future and Gotti onboard for this release off DJ Murdaman and DJ Rell’s Trickin And Trappin 5 mixtape. Hopefully, this isn’t contagious. Download TJ’s 10 Pc. Mild mixtape here.
There’s a war going on outside and nobody is safe. Shot in the jungles of India comes the visual aid to Just Blaze and Baauer’s EDM hit. These kids are out to more than just tax.
Wiz Khalifa adds his 2 cents to his labelmate’s new single. In this case, beauty is in the eye of the beholder listener. Check out her interview with The Breakfast Club here.
As Black Milk gears up to release his No Poison No Paradise album on October 15, he maintains to perfect his craft on its new release. Cool out on Puritan Ave.
Produced by DJ Mustard, T-Pain follows the rhythm of dat ass on his new track featuring B.o.B. His Stoicville LP is on the way, but you can purchase this on iTunes now.
With Jay Elect back on the mic, Kendrick’s ruffles some feathers on this left over from Big Sean’s Hall Of Fame. As for your favorite rapper, he dead.