With DJ Mustard provides the beat, Young Dro fires and coughs up a lung in support of his High Times. The album drops October 15, but you can pre-order yours now.
He’s alive! Young Chris gives pulse to new music off his upcoming EP, Vital Signs on November 19. His album Alive will follow up next year. Cop the single on iTunes now.
Keeping it as G as they know how, Project Pat and Juicy K reunite on their brand new collaboration. Wannabes, move to the side. Mike Will Made It. hhnm
In advance of the full project dropping tomorrow, Flex gets the go ahead to premiere another track off Dreamchasers 3. Produced by Cardo, this collab features a verse from Travi$ Scott and some serious shit talking from both Birdman and Diddy. Check back tomorrow to get the full project.
Keeping it in the trap, Jeezy’s only got money on his mind with his brand new street single, produced by Childish Major. Below, he begins recording his next album with Ludacris, Future, and Usher.
While Rich Homie Quan’s single continues to get replay on your FM dial, Meek Mill and Da Snowman add their contribution for the official remix. The more, the merrier.
Drake’s instrumental is still making its servings around town and Shallah is the latest one to get a piece of the action. Sounds like a piece of cake for Rae.
During Meek’s listening session last night, he said this was one of his favorite songs on the mixtape. He was, however, apprehensive about the response. Get used to it. DC3 is set to drop this Sunday.
It ain’t safe no more. And Termanology keeps the streets on edge with the Inspectah and Maffew Ragazino. The audio is lifted from his forthcoming album, G.O.Y.A. dropping October 8.
Machine Gun Kelly’s a long way from Cleveland. And while out in Australia, he shot a video for his track off the Black Flag mixtape.