Our dude D-Black spits flames over some gritty visuals to his head-nodder “Irie.”
- Mixtapesposted January 29, 2015 / No Comments
Breeze drops off a dope EP with some dope originals and a straight murk of a Dilla classic.
- Audioposted January 29, 2015 / No Comments
After dropping “Bodies on the Ground” last December Fredo Santana returns to 2015 with “Bricks” an autotune-drenched cut. But if autotune isn’t your thing and you’re not feeling Fredo’s movement then peep the awesome cover art above. That’s Bobby Hill (from King of the Hill) with Fredo Santana’s signature tattoos. I guess that’s the only takeaway from this. Oh well. Peep Fredo Santana’s “Bricks” after the jump. Or just stare at that hilariously rad cover art above. Whatever you want.
- Audioposted January 28, 2015 / No Comments
Metro Thuggin, the collaborative project between Atlanta super producer Metro Boomin and the always entertaining and idiosyncratic Young Thug, has been awaiting to see the light of day. With the exception of a few loosies here and there, there hasn’t really been much in the way of Metro Thuggin. However, this all may change in 2015, as they prep the release of their collaborative studio offering. Here we are treated to two cuts in “Speed Racer” and “Warrior.” Listen to both after the jump!
- Audioposted January 27, 2015 / No Comments
How are you spending your Tuesday? Me, you ask? Trapped inside my apartment courtesy of this blizzard currently reeking supreme havoc on my city. Thankfully I am keeping busy bumping tunes and stuffing my fat face with pizza and coffee. And I’m in additional luck because heavyweight producer Carnage is fittingly dropping this new banger featuring A$AP Ferg, Rich the Kid and Lil Uzi Vert. Why does this new song indict luck? Because when you’re suffering from cabin fever there is no cure better than a good ol’ banger that’ll keep you entertained for hours. Peep Carnage’s “WDYW” featuring A$AP Ferg, Rich the Kid and Lil Uzi Vert after the jump!
- Audioposted January 26, 2015 / 1 Comment
Still no Tha Carter V, but that isn’t stopping Weezy from dropping new heat. First Lil Wayne apologized by sharing Sorry 4 the Wait 2 earlier in the week and now he’s sharing his much hyped collaboration with Atlanta’s Migos. “Amazing Amy” is produced by London on da Track. Listen after the jump.