This first appeared as a 1:46 snippet on Killa’s “Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1″ last year, but Chainz’ verse was cut short. Cam is now making it the single for his next 1st Of The Month (out October 1st) and making it available on iTunes. The video will be out tomorrow, so check back in for that.
This is rap fucking music.
The media has made Kanye have to explain himself in the middle of his final show in Brisbane, Australia. Kanye talks to the crowd in a “random stream of consciousness” rant:
“I’m a married, Christian man with a family”
Kanye talks directly to Matt Lauer, The View and major news organizations for emphasizing on him more than the real issues going on in the world these days, also alluding to Michael Brown & Chicago’s murder rate.
Man, I haven’t stopped playing that SBTRKT/Raury since it dropped the other day.
On this particular collaboration:
this track was started in London (with an idea i recorded on an upright piano) – took this to Los Angeles (set up at Fleas the Boat studio in Silver Lake) collaborating further with Stella (drums) & Emily (vocals) from Warpaint – took this back to london to work more arrangement ideas to it and finally a couple months later took that to New York (Downtown – The Roots were in the studio next door!) and collaborated with Ferg (out to our friend Callender for connecting us)
this is one of my fave tracks and seemed to be a fitting ending to the record too.
this started with me having a seed idea but seeing it grow way beyond that with these multi layers of collaboration and places. shout to ferg, stella and emily for their input!
Off SBTRKT’s Wonder Where We Land, dropping September 22nd. Cop it here.
Previously: SBTRKT ft. Raury – Higher
Nas throws a verse on Q’s single, and says he finished up his new album.
Previously: Ab-Soul ft. ScHoolboy Q – Hunnid Stax (Video)
REPS UP artist Blicky, formerly I.Blast, hailing from Montreal will be dropping his new project C’est La Vie shortly. Here he’s joined by P. Reign and Gunplay for the single.
Cop it on iTunes here. Produced by Bass Line.
Nah Right premiere.
Previously: Blicky ft. Harvey Stripes – Another Day (Video)
Azad Right is looking at a October 21st release date for his For The Hopeful project. This is the original intro for the project that he had recorded back in 2012.
Produced by Teddy Becks. Premiered by DubCNN.
Previously: Azad Right – Hello (Video)
P. Reign’s long-delayed mixtape drops on September 2nd and it features appearances by Drake, Future, Meek Mill, PARTYNEXTDOOR, A$AP Rocky, French Montana, Waka Flocka Flame and maybe some surprise guests. We also recently premiered the video for “Chickens” with Waka Flocka, shot in Guyana, the viral video for “Where You Been” (& track) that won’t appear on the album, as well as “Pon Tour” shot in the UK with Drake.
Track list after the jump.
Source: KD’s Instagram.