The Kosovo emigre (now residing in Brooklyn) G4SHI is joined by NYC’s Vinny Cha$e for the “I’ll Be Fine” visuals. You can peep that after the jump and check out our exclusive interview with G4SHI here.
- Singlesposted February 17, 2015 / No Comments
Here’s the first new track Cashmere and I have recorded since our Beats and Rhymes project dropped almost two years ago. In a way, we’re picking up right where we left off – dope beats, dope rhymes. But a lot’s changed since our last album; the most significant change is the passing of Cash’s father, which he addresses for the first time in “I Know.” This is a special track for both of us, as Cashmere tackles important personal and social issues while we continue what we started.
- Interviewsposted February 16, 2015 / No Comments
“I don’t play by the old school rules,” Hus Kingpin states as he navigates his way through Los Angeles, where he recently relocated after leaving NYC. Expect product on the regular, as Hus not only believes in dropping songs and mixtapes on a frequent basis, but also that holding songs in the stash will only lead to him eventually hating the song. From working with his #TheWinners crew to earning the respect of vets like Roc Marciano and Agallah, Hus Kingpin has been taking all the necessary steps to be a household name this year and for years to come, as he’s currently balancing projects with the Snowgoons and Audible Doctor. In this exclusive interview with ProfileWild, Hus breaks down his music, his creative process, his thoughts on Joey Bada$$ and J.Cole’s recent albums, why he’s got the respect of the younger generation and the vets, and much more.
- Audioposted February 12, 2015 / No Comments
New Jersey’s Fetty Wap is blowing up thanks to his breakout single “Trap Queen.” And naturally, everyone is jumping on it to either remix or freestyle. First we had one exclusively done by French Montana which prompted Atlanta’s Quavo (of the Migos) to jump on it, too. Now, Fabolous is contributing a verse to the French Montana remix of “Trap Queen.” Listen after the jump.
- Audioposted February 11, 2015 / No Comments
A few days ago we shared a new CyHi the Prynce cut “Forever” in which the GOOD Music emcee samples Jodeci and Keith Sweat. Now, CyHi returns with another song with a nerdy sample. Here he’s sharing “To Be Real” which contains a sample of Cheryl Lynn’s disco classic “Got to Be Real.” Listen to CyHi’s “To Be Real” after the jump.
- Audioposted February 10, 2015 / No Comments
Kendrick Lamar had himself a field day at the 57th Grammy Awards, winning multiple awards for his new single “i.” But Kendrick season is approaching ever so closely, with TDE dropping another new cut. This time the happiness is left at the door and King Kendrick embraces the dark side, going completely ham for six minutes straight. Listen to the Boi-1da, The KOZ and Terrace Martin produced “The Blacker the Berry” after the jump.