Archive for October, 2016
Ev Boogie of UpNorthTrips links with mix masters Its Overture to cook up a 20th anniversary ode to Ghostface Killah’s debut solo album Ironman. The whole shit is dope, but keep your ears open for my favorite moment in the mix—a blend of RZA’s “Assassination Day” verse with the “Verbal Intercourse” instrumental.
Hit the jump to listen.
Lloyd Banks pops up with the third installment of his Halloween Havoc mixtape series. Stream and download the 14-track free project below.
Prepare yourselves, because that Smoke DZA and Pete Rock project that we’ve heard so much about is about to become a reality. Today the pair drop the first single from Don’t Smoke Rock, the Dave East assisted “Limitless” and it delivers. Check it out below and look for the album to drop on December 2nd with guest appearances from an all-star lineup that includes Cam’ron, Royce Da 5’9, Jadakiss and Styles P, Rick Ross, Big K.R.I.T, Mac Miller, Dom Kennedy and NymLo among others.
Rich The Kid drops off his Keep Flexin mixtape right on schedule. The 12-track offering features appearances from Young Thug, Migos, Desiigner, Jeremih and Playboi Carti, and is available to stream in full below.
Big Sean returns with a new single called “No More Interviews” and that title should give you a hint at the wave he’s riding on this one. The track addresses everybody from his ex
Ariana Grande Naya Rivera to perceived shots from KiD CuDi, albeit in a slightly more diplomatic fashion than Drake employed.
New shit from Grafh and Chop Squad Nod of Young Chop’s crew.
Listen to “How I Feel” below.
Jim Jones and Dave East rep the “Eastside” of Harlem in their latest visual from Jimmy’s The Kitchen. On a related note, Jim and Cam’ron got into a little back and forth that involved Dave in the comments of an Instagram post a couple of weeks back and that’s wack because I fuck with East and Cam and Jimmy are my heros. Come on Harlem, let’s hold it together.