Lil Baby spits some intimate bars on his new track “Seattle”.
Alan The Chemist drops the next Craft Singles track, this time with Wiz Khalifa. “Universal Studios” brings out the smooth ass bars the Taylors and real rap fans will appreciate.
East has been taking his time to perfect his debut album. Until he feels ready to release it, we have an abundance of music to hold us over.
His classic tone and delivery instantly catches you, making for an enjoyable listen. He finds it hard to do give us anything but quality.
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Toronto’s rising star Lil Berete takes the visual for “Time Flies” to St. Vincent, giving this Dancehall inspired track the correct vibe.
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Enjoy the funked up remix for “Hop Out” above.
Durk and Young Chop have created a classic with this new track. “Remembrance” brings out the good and bad from the past. Letting go of old shit while evolving is harder than it seems, but with progress the future will be better.
Unlike the bulk of his peers, when G Herbo drops a project we are all prepared for an insane body of work. All of his releases since 2014’s Welcome To Fazoland have shown wisdom and skill beyond his years, allowing his career to flourish as an independent entity with his label 150 Dream Team.
Connecting with Southside was a simple decision based on their close relationship since he produced Herb’s hit record “Rollin”. With Swervo these two have found their own version of turnt street music.
Check out “Handgun”, set to appear on YG’s upcoming album Stay Dangerous.
Enjoy the visual for ‘Diamonds Dancin’ off ZTM.
Long Beach’s finest go crazy with ‘Ain’t Shit Changed’.