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.
Whether he’s rolling them up or rocking’ them on his feet, Chevy Woods stays fresh on his new track produced by C4. His G4 is on the way.
Loneliness takes over Marsha on her brand new single, which premiered on Philly’s Hot 107.9. Luckily, Ne-Yo’s there to lend a helping hand. Her sophomore set, Lovers & Friends, coming soon.
It’s nearly impossible to rhyme over a Biggie track and make it your own. And over “Long Kiss Goodnight”, F-a-b-o tries his luck. Off DJ Drama and Whoo Kid’s Project Showdown mixtape which is available here.
Plies is as crazy as ever, and attempts to go ham over Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz’ “Rich As Fuck”. By the way, Algernod’s Purple Heart is still on the way.
Unless, it’s a threesome, love triangles sure can be a mess. But on Terrace and Kendrick’s latest offering, it all sounds like it all falls into place. Terrace Martin’s 3ChordFold drops tomorrow.
Before CTE’s Bo$$ Yo Life Up Gang compilation tape drops tomorrow, the Doughboyz Ca$hout ball out with Jeezy on their new cut dubbed after the NBA point guard. No Cliff Paul.