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."
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 "SeŮorita" 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.
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.
Future has announced Monster, a new mixtape that's out October 28th. The follow up to this years Honest will be executive produced by Metro Boomin. Check out the title track and the art in the replies.
Adult Swim's fifth entry in its annual Single Series will begin June 9th with a contribution from disco legend Giorgio Moroder. Other contributors of new songs include Future, Deafheaven, Run the Jewels, and more. The series runs until September 22nd and you can check the whole schedule in the replies.
Future has released the video for "I Won," a track featuring Kanye West about their respective fiances. The track comes from Future's new LP Honest, which is out Tuesday and can be streamed at MTV. You can watch the video in the replies.
Everyone pack up and go home early - Future released the banger of the year yesterday. Check out the Mike WiLL Made It-produced "Move That Dope" featuring Pharrell, Pusha-T, and Casino in the replies. It's from Future's upcoming album Honest, slated for release in the coming months.
Would you like a tour? How about some drama before it even starts? Page Six is reporting that Drake has kicked Future off the upcoming Would You Like A Tour? over some off-the-record comments he made about Nothing Was The Same to Billboard. Now that he's allegedly off the tour, Future has decided to do the mature thing and sue Drake for $1.5 million.
Buck-O-Nine, who are currently hard-at-work on their forthcoming, full-length release, tentatively titled Screamin' From The Suburbs, have announced further details surrounding the band's recording process and general progress. You can read a brief statement from the group below.
Vinnie Fiorello of Less Than Jake has updated his personal journal. You can find the latest entry below, in which Vinnie discusses the band's forthcoming six, full-album performances, as well as the scheduled vinyl release of the group's latest effort, In With The Out Crowd.
According to a recent bulletin sent out by the band, Reel Big Fish are in the midst of planning a tour set for this coming October and November featuring support acts Streetlight Manifesto, Westbound Train, and Suburban Legends.
The Voodoo Glow Skulls have announced that their next release will see the light of day early next year on Victory Records. The band currently has nine new tracks ready to go, with plans of writing at least twice as many more to choose from. The band is sent to enter the studio this September to begin recording the follow-up to 2004's Addicion, Tradicion, Revolucion.