Kevin Gates sits down with The Breakfast Club to talk about the music industry, his childhood, partnering with Atlantic Records, being inspired by Birdman, his children, being locked up and much more.
NYC’s G.R.A.M.Z ddrops off a new one featuring Chuck Inglish. Produced by Abjo.
Previously: G.R.A.M.Z – Flatbush (Video)
Good news for fans of world class lyricism and fresh beats: Ras Kass and Apollo Brown are teaming up for a joint project called Blasphemy, due out October 28th through Mello Music Group. Here’s the first leak from the album, featuring Pharoahe Monch and Rakaa of Dilated Peoples.
More new music from Harlem’s Ro Ransom, produced by RobGotBeats. Look out for the Ro Ransom is the Future mixtape to drop soon.
Previously: Ro Ransom – Killa Cam
Snow covers the new Power 30 issue of The Source. The issue should be available on your local newwstand shortly, in the meantime, you can head over to their site and read a few excerpts from the cover story.
Jeezy on Ferguson:
I just feel like, when things like this happen, you have to build trust within the community. They did all the wrong things. Instead of going there and trying to resolve the situation, they went in there with tasers, riot guns and riot forces, and you can’t come to my neighborhood and not expect us to stand up for what we believe in. You know, that type of sh*t happens in Iraq, that doesn’t happen in Ferguson.
Previously: Jeezy ft. T.I. & YG – Addicted
Audio Push and Rockie Fresh join forces for “No Secret”.
Previously: Audio Push ft. Mike L – Mary Jane
New Hus Kingpin featuring the OG O.C. over a production by Lord Finesse.
This is off the upcoming New York Nigga In LA mixtape, coming soon.
Previously: Hus Kingpin & Rozewood ft. SmooVth – The Purge