Plies joins the art club and caters to the ladies on his brand new recording. His album Purple Heart is coming soon.
Joell Ortiz brings racial profiling for discussion by adding a verse to Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ platinum hit. Yaowa!
In case you’ve been looking for 2 Chainz, he arrives today with a new track featuring T.R.U. University alumnus, Cap 1. Chainz rhymes are less than desired, but lyrically, Cap represents. B.O.A.T.S II: Me Time drops September 10th.
In his rap moniker, D-Boy Fresh, Drumma Boy gets on his paper chase on his new collaboration with Future and Young Dolph.
It seems as if everyone’s acting on their emotions. And today, Brianna Perry gets all up in hers on Rich Homie Quan’s track.
It’s all about Drake. And with the 4th annual OVO Fest days away, Drizzy delivers the second single from his upcoming album. Nothing Was The Same available Sept 17th.
MTV’s RapFix Live invited Busta Rhymes and Flo Rida during today’s session. Stalley swung by the set and closed out the show with an a cappella. His Honest Cowboy drops August 8.
Everything from drug issues to crooked cops, Angel Haze tackles some of the world’s ongoing issues on her personalized edition of Kanye’s track. Listen up.
Keeping Mason on board with a verse of his own, Count and Moonie up the ante even further with Jeezy, T.I., and Spenzo. And you thought I overuse my commas. Ha! Don’t Feed Da Killaz Vol. 4 August 16.
With his fellow Houston natives riding along, Kirko lets the top down and puts his drank to the sky on his new track off The Progression III. Mixtape coming soon.