Wu-Syndicate member Napoleon is building towards the June 9th release of his debut album Ring Of Power, with the release of a mixtape titled Legendary. Here’s one of the standout features from the project.
At.Long.Last.A$AP drops June 2nd. Get a glimpse of the cover above, which pays tribute to fallen A$AP Mob founder A$AP Yams — and stay tuned for more info surrounding the album.
Chief Keef drops off a new hard-hitting cut, produced by Tarentino.
Fabolous keeps his Friday Night Freestyle series going, this week going over Nas’ “Black Girl Lost” instrumental.
OG Maco has been putting in some serious work to kick off 2015. He’s already numerous projects deep, and tonight he adds another to the growing list as he releases this new 4-track EP, Tax Free. The entire project was produced by Pablo Dylan.
MMG rapper Fat Trel has been keeping the freestyles consistent, and today he’s back with some new bars over Kanye West’s recent single “All Day”. His new mixtape, Georgetown, is due out later this month.
French Montana unleashes his new mixtape, Casino Life 2: Brown Bag Legend, which should hold us over until he finally releases his new album later this year. The project features some big names such as Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Chris Brown, Travi$ Scott, Migos, Lil Durk, Curren$y, Will.I.Am, and more.
Troy Lanez is bringing back his Fargo Fridays series, and kicks things off today with the dope cut “Ric Flair” featuring Rory Trustory. Lavish & Play Picasso handle the production on this one.
OG Maco has been known to not hold his tongue when he feels a certain way about something, and in the latest clip from his sit-down interview with Vlad, he speaks heavily on blacks being exploited in music, and more specifically talks about Iggy Azalea and Macklemore.
Miguel returns to The Breakfast Club fresh off announcing the release of his Wildheart album, which is June 30th. He speaks on a slew of topics such as how “Adorn” changed his life, Chris Brown, his infamous kick at the Billboard Music Awards, and more.
It’s Freestyle Friday in the rap game as of late, and Styles P has been one of the main contributors. Today, he decides to go over one of J. Cole’s recent heaters, “A Tale Of 2 Citiez”.