Archive for the 'EPs' Category
Audio Push are back with a new 5-track EP called The Throwaways. Having dropped their 90951 LP last Fall, and followed it up with the My Turn 3 mixtape back in January, Price and Oktane still had a bunch of stuff in the stash, and now they’re spreading the love.
It being Wrestlemania weekend, it was only right DZA and 183rd would drop off the 5th installment of their Ringside series. They’ve got some preemo guest appearances from Westside Gunn and Conway, and that should be all you need to know. That cover art is imperial btw.
Remy Banks drops his new EP, champ hoody music ep. 1, a new 8-track project with guest appearances from Nasty Nigel, Prince SAMO, Jesse James Solomon, Hodgy, Isaiah Barr, Cody B. Ware and others. On the production side you’ll find beats from Knxwledge, Black Noi$e, Cities Aviv, Stoney Willis and others. So in these final days of hoody season, toss on that Champion conehead and mob out to the full tape below.
As promised, Maino returns with his second EP in as many months. Whereas last month’s Ghetto God was geared towards the streets, Some Women Are Realer Than Men is more of a joint for the ladies. The KOB is joined by Manolo Rose, Dios and Sydnee Renee among others on the 5-track project.
As he prepares LUV Is Rage 2, Lil Uzi Vert feeds the streets with a new 4-track EP called LUV Is Rage 1.5. He’s got production from TM88, DP Beatz, Honorable Court and DJ Plugg on this one.
Westside Gunn and French producer Mil drop their Riots On Fashion Avenue EP. The project consists of an intro, 2 new tracks and an outro, as well as instrumentals and alternate versions. We’ve already heard “Brains Flew By” and “Don’t Trust A Soul”, both of which were crazy.
Awwh shit, the Stepbrothers ride again. Don Trip and Starlito return with a new 6-track EP under their Stepbrothers moniker, and naturally, it’s called Karate In The Garage. The title is, of course, a reference to one of the classic scenes from the movie that gave them their name, but it was also one of the craziest tracks from their first mixtape. On this go round they’ve got Yo Gotti and Red Dot making guest appearances.