Frank Ocean drops this latest track “Eyes Like Sky”, which is supposedly a cut that did not make his debut album Channel Orange. Check out the song below.
Producer Dominic Owen drops off a gem to Kevin Nottingham. This time, he unleashes an unreleased Rakim joint from his 1995 High Class Studio sessions in Brooklyn.
Love finding gems like these. Says producer Dominic Owen: New York To Cali was a song i originally produced for Rakim in 1995. This is a unreleased version from the same recording sessions. Recorded @ High Class Productions, Brooklyn, N.Y. Kevin Nottingham
Here is an unreleased track from Curren$y called “Go Crazy” produced by Philly’s own Sarom. Shout to HHS1987 for sending this song through.
Here’s cut from Gudtyme’s upcoming Lunchroom Battles compilation mixtape, which features previously unreleased songs like this. Crazy. Check out the mixtape track list here.
This was released by NO ID right before this past weekend, but I wasn’t around much to post. Thanks to Kevin Nottingham for the reminder. I mean, really, how can you go wrong with some unreleased Common/NO ID material? Listen:
If you pay attention to DJ Premier’s blog, you’ll see the unreleased gems he tends to drop every once in a while. Here’s the description from the site: Wow… We have another unreleased DJ Premier track from the early 90′s this year. This is a jewel right here… Hold your breath: It’s a leftover from […]
Yes, yes. Kid Cudi turned to his trusty twitter account to let his followers know that there may be some old, unreleased Cudi that will magically pop up in the near future. Here’s what he had to say: you aint heard nothing yet. Ahh shit, found my old lap top with a gang of unfinished […]
Wow. Wajeed keeps releasing the previously unheard goods from the vault. This time around, it’s a Cee-Lo reference track made for none other than Whitney Houston. He says of the song: Exclusive! Never heard before Cee Lo X Waajeed collaboration. It was wriiten and demoed for the late, great Whitney Houston circa 2007. The A&Rs at RCA […]
I remember Cudi playing this song live a few times, but he never released the track to the people until now – courtesy of the producer Dot da Genius. This is from the time of “Day N Nite,” so enjoy some unreleased goodness from the pre-G.O.O.D. Music era: Thanks DNC
Game’s blog just posted up this previously-unreleased song that was recorded during the R.E.D. Album sessions. Obviously, it didn’t make the final cut. Produced by Jazze Pha:
I have a feeling that whoever is dropping these tracks pretty much has the whole music catalog from The Weeknd’s other musical alias’: The Noise, Kin Kane, Bulleez & Nerdz. Here’s yet another song from The Weeknd under the alias of The Noise. Pretty average R&B song IMO…sounds like a Jeremih song or something. Check […]
Interesting. I was actually just reading recently that there will be a collection of unreleased Weeknd material leaking on to the net soon…and look what we have here. These are tracks that were recorded when The Weeknd went under the alias of The Noise (this is what’s being said, at least). Just for note, “Superhero” […]
DJ Gman comes to the rescue and resurrects not one, but two tracks from Los Angeles rapper Blu. Being that Blu’s music comes with very little form of schedule, it’s always nice to hear something new from the west coast emcee. “All Fall Down” is featured on DJ Gman & Blu’s project entitled The Almost […]
The die hard fans Odd Future fans who make their regular rounds in the Odd Future Talk forums have complied 13 previously unreleased tracks. As the third installment of their Odd Future: Unreleased series, this particular gathering of songs features several unheard tracks from still-missing Earl Sweatshirt, while under his former moniker, Sly. Full tracklist […]
Here’s an unreleased track from Amy Winehouse that will appear on her upcoming album, Lioness: Hidden Treasures. The song is written by Amy Winehouse, and produced by Salaam Remi. Man, I loved her voice and overall sound. R.I.P.