Archive for the 'Leaks' Category
The FrapBoyz are a rap duo consisting of rappers B.Cliff and Young Troy hailing from Montreal’s Park Ex (PX) neighborhood. One of their videos went viral (by Canadian rap standards) last summer and they’re back with 4-5 new tracks on the FrapCity EP, premiered by Noisey.
“Cocaine” was actually the first song of theirs that caught my ear last September and I happened to be walking in the session when they cut “Addibted”, which are my favorite tracks on the project along with Young Troy’s “All My Dogs”. Listen to B.Cliff’s “Grindin” freestyle that’s been getting some steady love below.
Artwork shot by Paul Labonté.
Shouts to Slava.
Hit the jump to watch the video for “Work”, the bonus track on the EP, and another loosie “Tell Em Nothin” that recently got its own visual under it.
Montreal’s Milli delivers the first leak from his street album “The Highway” which he’ll be releasing soon and will feature guest appearances by King Louie, Tory Lanez & Andreena Mill with production by Inotchz, SDTRK, Jahlil Beats and more.
Video coming soon as well.
Some new Gucci x Quavo from that TrapHouse 5.
Produced by Zaytoven.
I’m glad to see these two camps collaborating.
Produced by Boi-1da and The Koz; additional production by Terrace Martin and mixed by Ali.
Sidebar: Taraji has the album, meaning it’s complete.
— Taraji P. Henson (@TherealTaraji) February 9, 2015
Previously: 57th Annual Grammy Awards Winners
Alc just sent over the CDQ of the track they played in the last episode of Bronson’s “Fuck, That’s Delicious. Watch it here.
— Alchemist (@Alchemist) February 3, 2015
I love the internet. Wooooooo.
The last version that leaked was rough and not the final album version. The homie Maino’s “KOB2: King of Brooklyn” is out on iTunes and other online retailers everywhere today.
Maino also appeared on Power 105′s The Breakfast Club yesterday to talk about what he’s been doing musically the last few years (if you read this site then you already know), he also addressed some allegations against him, what the NY music-industrial complex is like without him slapping up rappers and the reality TV show he had to stop filming because of the outside perception of all the chicks he’s tearing down (I love it).
Watch it below.
Previously: Maino’s KOB: King of Brooklyn Blog #1 (Video)
A new track from Rome Fortune produced by the homie Jacques Greene, who is a Montreal producer whose new project After Life, After Party EP is out today on Lucky Me Records. Listen to his single “1 4 Me” below (FIRE).
Rome Fortune first came out at a SXSW show to support Jacques Greene, then I got an early confirmation from Rome’s management that the pair were working on something together, then recently JG was featured in Rome’s very wavy video for “One Time For” (prod. by Four Tet).
Jacques Greene’s last project the Phantom Vibrate EP, that came out earlier this year and may have been slept on by rap crowds, had a great Yung Gud remix to the single “No Excuse” (via Pitchfork) – embedded below.
In my opinion, Jacques Greene is one of the best producers out right now. Between everything from his signature sound to his R&B remixes, plus boasting an incredible live show, there isn’t much not to like about him. And he’s only 24/25 which is even more impressive. I’d like nothing more than to see him work with more rappers and I’m going to make it my goal to make sure it happens.