After revealing the prospects of a joint album with Jeezy, T.I. reveals a secret stash track entitled “Handling My Business” which features Tip rapping over Jeezy’s “Enough” from his Seen It All album. Listen after the jump.
- Audioposted November 7, 2014 / No Comments
Back in April when Future dropped his sophomore album Honest there was a track entitled “Never Satisfied” that featured a snippet of a Drake verse. Just as Drake begins singing the hook to “Never Satisfied” the song fades out and fans were… well… never satisfied. But now, the producer of that track Mike WiLL Made-It has made the full version available via his Soundcloud page. Hopefully you are now satisfied. Listen after the jump.
- Audioposted November 6, 2014 / No Comments
Since September The LOX’s (Jadakiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch) name has been propping up regularly, perhaps the most since the early 2000s. First the Yonkers trio jumped on Dej Loaf’s smash hit “Try Me” which they immediately followed up with their visual for “No Selfies”. The LOX pushed on, receiving a huge cosign from Lil Wayne when they were featured on his Tha Carter V track “Gotti”. And most recently the trio dropped “All We Know” from their forthcoming EP, The Trinity: 2nd Sermon. Now they’ve returned, sharing the intro from the aforementioned EP, “Let’s Get It”. Listen after the jump.
- Videosposted November 5, 2014 / No Comments
In this video, Rob Markman (MTV, Sway In the Morning) sits down with rising Chicago artist SD to discuss his highly-anticipated debut album Truly Blessed. SD delves into the recording process in the first part of this interview series and elaborates on his favorite album tracks and how he determined which songs would make the final cut. Rob also reveals to SD one of his favorite songs that he’s released. Watch the interview below and purchased SD’s Truly Blessed from iTunes here.
- Audioposted November 4, 2014 / No Comments
The wait is finally over. After announcing their forthcoming, long-gestating A Better Tomorrow will be released despite delays and inner group conflict the Wu goes and shares a proper follow-up to “Ron O’Neal” (released back in August, jeez!) with “Ruckus In B Minor”. If that isn’t enough to get Wu-Tang Clan fans hyped the new song opens with some words from the late great Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Listen after the jump.
- Videosposted November 4, 2014 / No Comments
It appears as though Jay Rock is up next in the Top Dawg Entertainment camp. After low-key releasing the rap song of the year when everyone was least expecting in “Parental Advisory” he followed that up with the Kendrick Lamar featured track “Pay for It” which, needless to say, was also fire. Now Rock returns with the visuals for the former where he is chilling in his hometown of Watts, LA. Hopefully we get album details soon. Peep the video for “Parental Advisory” after the jump.