Meek Mill is about to give this Rap shit another go ’round. Early this morning he took to Instagram to unveil the artwork for his Dreamchasers 4 mixtape, and worked in a Drake reference for good measure, because what do you do with a hornet’s nest? That’s right, you poke it.
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Weezy is looking to feed the streets on Thanksgiving Day. Early this morning he took to Twitter to reveal the artwork and release date for his new mixtape, the sequel to his 2009 No Ceilings tape. We haven’t seen a tracklist yet, but it’s safe to assume Wayne will be touching some of the standout beats of the last few months, as evidenced by his recent live freestyle over Drake’s “Back To Back.” Check that out below.
Ty Dolla $ign decides to unveil the official tracklist for his debut album Free TC through a conversation with his brother, who is locked up. It comes with appearances by Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, Diddy, Wiz Khalifa, Future, Fetty Wap, Rae Sremmurd, YG and more.
Check it out below.
Jeezy unveils the official artwork for his upcoming album Church In These Streets as part of his #SundayService series. The LP will be available on November 13th.
Hit the jump for BTS footage from the video shoot of the title track.
On the Pro Era side of things, Kirk Knight has got next. His debut album Late Knight Special arrives on October 30th and last night he held a listening event in NYC and liberated the artwork and tracklist. The 12-track LP features guest appearances from Mick Jenkins, NoNameGypsy, Thundercat, The Mind and of course Joey Bada$$.
Check out the full tracklist below and pre-order the album here.
The Game has revealed the release date and cover art for The Documentary 2, his official follow up to his now 10 year old debut album. The LP will arrive on September 25th and according to Jayceon, it’s better than the first one.
UPDATED: Added the new artwork below as well.
Check out his announcement below.
Well, the Jay Rock bullet is out of the barrel and there’s no stopping it now. TDE hasn’t offered a release date, but word on the streets is that we can expect the album to arrive soon and with little warning. According to the just released tracklisting which you’ll find below, we can expect guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Isaiah Rashad, Sir, Lance Skiiiwalker, Busta Rhymes and the full Black Hippy lineup.