Via Combat Jack: “How does one go from Brownsville, Phillips Exeter Academy, NYU, Lauryn, Wyclef, ‘The Score’, ‘The Carnival’ to prison? How does one get pardoned by George Bush? And how does one find redemption and true freedom afterwards? John Forte tells us his entire journey and where he is now.”
“Queen,” the uptempo single which joyously celebrates women, was released today, and is the first single from DeVaughn’s highly-anticipated, forthcoming album, Love, Sex, and Passion, slated for release in February 2015.
Killer Mike and EL-P drop a new joint in conjunction with the Adult Swim Singles Series.
Jamla’s Rapsody delivers continuous culture on 9th Wonder-produced track, “Hard To Choose.” Beauty & The Beast album drops October 7th.
Migos Mondays, y’all. Here, Migos links with fellow ATLien T.I. to cause a bit of “TROUBLE.” Listen to the new track now!
The OVO producer from Willingboro, New Jersey drops another track to showcase both his lyrical and producing abilities. You can tell that the kid is perfecting the craft track by track. Good stuff.
Snakehips takes on Raury’s “Cigarette Song” to provide a unique remix of the youngster’s latest single.
New Music: Sean Leon (@SEANixxi) – Hot Nigga Part 2 (Hol’ up it’s coming) [Prod. Sean Leon, FrancisGotHeat & J'vell B.]
Sean Leon, FrancisGotHeat and J’vell take on Bobby Shmurda’s beat and flip it to create “Hot Nigga Part 2.” As usual, Mr. Leon kills it. Super hyped to see this guy’s career develop by the end of 2014 in to the new year.
One of my favorites of the moment, Nick Hakim, releases Part 2 of his Where Will We Go EP. Not quite hip hop, but the smooth vocals are enough to make anyone a believer. Click here to listen to Part 1. Indulge, people.
Childish Gambino flexes the vocals a bit on his brand new track, “Sober.” This is taken from Gambino’s upcoming STN MTN / KAUAI mixtape, hosted by DJ Drama – coming sooner than you think.
Devin Miles is back with “Came Up,” the first single from the forthcoming and highly anticipated album, Pixburgh. The single was premiered via XXL and features production from Adothegod. “Came Up” follows the release of last month’s loose single, “Notice,” which continued Miles’ impressive trend of receiving over 100,000 plays on his last three Soundcloud […]
In another ode to mixtape freestyles of old – DJ EFN presents “From The Bottom” featuring Miami legend Mother Superia and MMG’s “Living Legend” – Gunplay. Midi Mafia flip a remix of Drakes’s “Started From The Bottom.”
Toronto’s Young Blitz made some waves in 2012 for his track “Nia Long” and now after serving almost a year in jail, he returns with the first leak, “Toe Tags,” featuring Sheek Louch from his forthcoming mixtape Str8 Out Of Metro Housing.
Check out Nooch’s “How Real” featuring Houston legend Paul Wall. “How Reel” serves as the first single of Nooch’s upcoming project Sophomore Slump, available October 1st. The single also serves as the kick off for Oy Boyz Records’ #OneWayWednesdays campaign.