Shy Glizzy got himself one with Awwsome, and it’s only right we get a remix. This one’s a banger.
In a recent interview done with Vibe Magazine, he was naturally asked about his forthcoming album, and the creative process. Throughout the course of the discussion, Tyga went into detail admitting he distances himself from Young Money, and the reasons why (hint: it involves Drake and Nicki.) Check out the shots after the jump.
Meek Mill is free. Or so it seems. Someone (presumably him) tweeted the title of this track moments ago on his twitter, and now the track has surfaced. Just clean for now, but from the sounds of it, this will be a banger once we get the dirty version. Meek’s back.
UPDATE: Dirty version added!
Mac Miller, known for his success as an independent artist, has signed him and his label Remember to Warner Bros in a deal reportedly worth $10,000,000. In celebration, he gives us some raps.
Detroit’s own, and the owner of the currently most remixed track Try Me, decides to give us her $ell Sole mixtape on this wonderful Tuesday afternoon. Young Thug, Birdman, Remy Ma, Ty Dolla $ign, GT and Oba Rowland appear on the 13 track project. Listen and download after the jump.
Stalley’s album, Ohio, is dropping October 27th. Ty Dolla $ign, Nipsey Hussle, Rick Ross, August Alsina, De La Soul, and Rashad all make appearances on the 12 track project. You can get an early listen to the album in it’s entirety after the jump. What do y’all think?
YG Hootie is promoting a new project he has on the way, titled Destroy & Rebuild. A few tracks have made their way onto the net the last couple days, but here is what may be the catchiest of them all. You can never go wrong with a Ty Dolla $ign feature.