Travi$ Scott has released the first single from his upcoming debut album Rodeo. You can listen to the Future and 2 Chainz-assisted "3500" here, and make sure you listen for 2 Chainz' insane lines about "drinkin breast milk out of a lean cup."
Hit the replies to stream a new mixtape from Starlito titled Introversion, and download it for free right here. You can also check out an interview he recently did with Noisey to get to know a little bit more about one of my favorite rappers out right now.
Hit the replies to watch the Kreayshawn-directed video for a new Main Attrakionz track titled "Ain't No Other Way." Apparently 808's and Dark Grapes 3 is coming out on June 3rd (I'll believe it when I see it).
A$AP Rocky has been teasing his forthcoming At.Long.Last.A$AP since before 2015 began, and it looks like it's imminent: he said in a recent interview that it will be out June 2nd instead of the previously announced May 12th. He's also shared a new song "Everyday" that features Rod Stewart (!!!), Miguel, and "Uptown Funk" mastermind Mark Ronson. Check out that song in the replies.
In this, the first year of Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen," we have already been blessed with a very good remix of that song. Now, the 6 God himself, Drake, has seen fit to bless us further by remixing Fetty's next single "My Way." Praise be and stream the song in the replies.
Vince Staples, hot on the heels of his fiery new single "Senorita," has announced that his debut album for Def Jam is titled Summertime '06 and will be released June 30th. The album will be executive produced by No I.D. and you can check out ""Señorita" in the replies.
Vince Staples released two great projects last year (the Shyne Coldchain 2 mixtape and Hell Can Wait EP) and now he's readying his debut album for Def Jam later this year by releasing the first single from the LP. It's called "Señorita" and features a very prominent sample of Future's "Covered N Money" and is available to purchase on iTunes and to stream on YouTube or in the replies.
Miguel has released an updated version of his 2014 single "Coffee." The new version is extended by a couple of minutes and inexplicably features Wale in 2015, and is retitled "Coffee (Fucking)." Thankfully, there is also an extended version that does not feature Wale, and you can stream both in the replies and decide which is better for yourself. Miguel's new album is tentatively titled Wild Heart, and has yet to be given a release date.
Lil Ugly Mane has released the third and final installment of his Three Sided Tape series, which you can stream here. The release is called Third Side of Tape, and the rapper has said that the first two volumes will be coming out in a physical format soon.
Rich Homie Quan, the rap game James Bond, dropped a new mixtape the other day titled If You Ever Think I Will Stop Going In, Ask Double RR that you can download here. The tape follows previous mixtapes Still Goin In (Reloaded) and I Promise I Will Never Stop Going In.
It's been ten years since Blackalicious dropped new music. Well, the group is back and have launched a Pledge Music to help fund their new album, Imani Vol. 1. The group has also released a new song called "On Fire Tonight" which you can check out in the replies.
Future just dropped 56 Nights by surprise, a new tape produced almost entirely by Southside. Download it for free here. Future also recently hinted at a Dirty Sprite 2 mixtape and one produced by Mike WiLL called Ape Shit.
Death Grips are streaming their "final" album, Jenny Death, which is the second half of double album The Powers That B. They also posted that they "might make some more" records on Facebook. Whether it's their actual last album or not, you can stream it in the replies.
If I had to pick an era of jazz, it would not be pre-jazz, but that being said, jazz is the music of America and it's the most American music form of all except for maybe hip-hop. So I think him appealing to that and appealing to '70s funk and R&B, rather than just trying to get another hit… I wasn't expecting him to be so particular about the feel of the album from a musical standpoint. I thought he was going to have a lot to say lyrically, and the music was going to not be industry-dictated but take more of a backseat to the lyrics. And by no means was that the case.
Drake has announced his 6th annual OVO Fest to take place in Toronto on August 2nd and 3rd. The first day of the fest will feature performaces by J. Cole, Big Sean, YG, Jeremih, and more. The second day will feature special guests who have yet to be announced; past guests have included Kanye, Lil Wayne, and many more. Check out the admat in the replies.