Dyme-A-Duzin closes out the Genius Freestyle series for the year with about a minute and a half of fire.
Archive for December, 2016
Oh yeah, Future is definitely up to something. He never did give us Beast Mode ’16 and unless he drops it in the next 48 hours or so he’s gonna have to look for a new title. But now, he’s put out two new tracks within the span of a few days and he’s cleaning out his hard drive of Purple Reign visuals. Watch his new video for the 808 Mafia-produced “That’s A Check” featuring Rick Ross above and put some money on a new tape dropping sooner rather than later.
Previously: Future – Buy Love (Video)
Lil B shares the first track from his upcoming Black Ken project and it’s a 5-minute invitation to the crib over a Metro Boomin flip of the Bone Thugs classic “Crossroads”, which I know you didn’t see coming.
When Nino Bless gives you 7-minutes, you listen. He reaches another level on “Neo Genesis”, off the extended version of his new AudioTrip 2 project, produced by Nemisis and Joe Josh Beats. Stream the song and mixtape below.
Travis Scott’s new visual for “Biebs In The Trap” is stylish as hell and way less debauched than I would have expected, but it does feature a platinum Lambo, an early model Toyota and a horde of dead-eyed models in plastic wrap.
Louie drops off a new clip for his Bonafied Beatz-producesd “32 Bars Freestyle” from the new T.O.N.Y. 2 mixtape, available below.
Previously: King Louie – T.O.N.Y 2 (Album Stream)
Future dropped “Used To This” with Drake back in November and it’s been marinating nicely since, but today he returns with a new single to close the year out. Check out “Buy Love” and its accompanying retro-style visual above and stay tuned for the next Hendrix project.
Previously: 21 Savage & Metro Boomin ft. Future – X (Video)
If you wanna talk work ethic, names like Curren$y and Kool A.D. are inevitably going to come up, but don’t sleep on RTNC. The NYC-based producer put in work this year, quietly dropping a new beat tape every month since January, building on a catalog that was already pretty hefty following all of last year’s releases. Today he delivers his final collection of the year, a 18-track offering called Kev.
Stream below and pick up a copy via Bandcamp now.