More Kid Cudi as A$AP Rocky collaborates with him for the first time on the track “Brothers” off “Indicud” out April 23rd.
Hip Hip icon Talib Kweli joins up with Soulful singer Miguel for a new track titled come here, from the the Brooklyn MC’s forthcoming Prisoner Of Conscious album.
New Cudi featuring Kendrick Lamar titles Solo Dolo Part 2. Cudi who’s no longer with G.O.O.D Music is getting ready to drop his new album Indicud, which he claims to be his best work yet. Check out his new single with K.Dot and let us know what you think via the comments section.
Taken off Hot 97′s own Peter Rosenberg’s upcoming New York Renaissance mixtape, comes a new track by Action Bronson, titled “Compliments To The Chef.” Produced by Harry Fraud, you’ll find an gritty, yet eloquent produced laced with trademark Bronsonlini rhymes with an angelic chorus feature from Lauriana Mae that smoothen out the edges just right.(…)
In case you didn’t know, Yasiin Bey and former Cash Money Records producer Mannie Fresh are working on a collaboration album together, called OMFGODBKNOLA. Today’s Easter fest brings a very promising look into what this project will sound like as their new track “Black Jesus” has arrived. Yasiin offers his trademark flow coupled with thought-provoking(…)
Well, she asked for it. When Beyoncé released her double track, “Bow Down / I Been On,” the other week, the influence of her Houston roots was very apparent, but also pretty unexpected. Sure, that’s her hometown and we’ve seen a surge in popularity of the city’s native chopped and screwed sound over the past(…)
Snoop Lion gets a little help from his own family and YMCMB on his latest single. On “No Guns Allowed,” from his forthcoming Reincarnated album, the former Snoop Dogg gets a verse from Drake and vocal assistance from his daughter Cori B. The breezy groove was produced by Major Lazer, Ariel Rechtshaid and Dre Skull.(…)
“Pour It Up Remix” that features a ton of industry heavy hitters. The infamous lines “Throw It Up, Throw It Up, Watch it all fall out” are now laced by rappers Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Juicy J & T.I. What a dope collaboration. The bigger spectacle here is the fact that Bad Gal RIRI got(…)