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.
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Over his fellow Nigerian brother D’Banj’s record, Maybach Music’s very own Wale doubles his flow with a quick freestyle for DJ Semtex BBC 1 Xtra radio show. xzone
Still tw0-stepping to the Slaughterhouse record? Well the Conglomerate’s Reek Da Villian keeps it moving and prances his lyrics over the araabMUZIK instrumental.
Our very own YN premiered this record earlier on EVR, but here is the CDQ version of Statik and Term’s new cut featuring Gangsta Gibbs and Crooked I. 2012 arrives May 22.
Two out of three ain’t bad. While visiting DJ Kay Slay’s show, Gunplay and Torch gave a live performance of track four off that Bogota Rich: The Prequel. streetheatTV
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“Started flippin’ bricks cause I figured that’s the ki to blow…“ This has been on repeat ever since 360 posted it on his Twitter account. Here’s the final leak off the Queens rapper’s debut, Everywhere And Back. Produced by Dark Nyte, this sounds tailor-made for the FM dial or a backyard jam.
Starving for respect, my only