Yesterday, Buck called into DJ Whoo Kid’s show to speak on his upcoming projects. He also reminisces on the G-Unit days and reiterates again that he’d work with the Unit if the opportunity was brought to the table. hhnm
“You can tap it in the morning. You can tap it at night. You can tap it in the bathroom.” Ayo technology. For Google’s joke of the day, Uncle L helps introduce the new Gmail Tap feature, which enables users to increase their typing speed with just two buttons. Everybody get your tap on.
Viva free music! Leading up to the release of Fortune on May 8, Breezy’s still releasing free tunes and is two-for-two with today’s double dose. Both produced by Drumma Boy. “Oh Yeah” “See Through”
[tweet https://twitter.com/#!/RevRunWisdom/status/186488267196211200] Watch what you say to Daniel or his fam? Well here’s an unexpected arrival—a leaked unreleased diss track in response to J.Cole’s “Purple Rain“. KC notes he spit the first verse for Beats By Dre last year. Produced by No I.D.
Also dropping a mixtape on Friday, Ace Hood hit YN up to talk Starvation, being underrated and his desire to even express personal tragedy through his music. Peep playlist and whole show here.
After being disconnected while speaking on 2 Chainz absence in the “Party Heart” video, Stalley dialed YN back up to discuss Savage Journey To The American Dream, working with Young Guru and how his Blue Collar Gang movement connected to Ricky Rozay’s MMG. Peep playlist and whole show here.
Continuing his conversation with Tim Westwood, Drake discusses touring the UK, Rihanna, and getting Punk’D by Ashton Kutcher. After the jump, he weighs in on the “Marvin’s Room” lawsuit, YOLO sneakers, a possible posthumous collaboration with Aaliyah, meeting Sneakbo and more.
Trouble held a release party this past Tuesday in Atlanta for his new mixtape, 431 Days. Quiet as kept, this is one of the better tapes so far this year. Download it here.
Bootleg Kev interviewed his first radio personality. Drama spoke on his new single, his favorite mixtapes, the likes and dislikes of the mixtape game including his distaste of re-releases without DJ drops.