Juicy J liberates the visual for his new single “Low” featuring Nicki Minaj, Lil Bibby & Young Thug. His new album, The Hustle Continues, is due out later this year.
The Weeknd comes through with the visuals to his latest hit “Often”. Like most of Abel’s videos, it features a ton of women and is definitely NSFW.
Katy Perry enlists Riff Raff for the official remix to “This Is How We Do”. The original version appeared on her latest album, PRISM, out now.
Ty Dolla $ign just announced his new mixtape Sign Language, coming in just 4 days. Here we get “Lord Knows”, a smooth jam featuring Rick Ross and fellow West Coast native Dom Kennedy. If this is any indication of what the project is like, Ty$ has a hell of a record on his hands.
No shortage of rap features on Ariana’s new project. Here, she links with Childish Gambino for “Break Your Heart Right Back” — which will appear on her sophomore effort My Everything, out this coming Tuesday. Check out what she had to say about the track and stream it below:
G-Unit deliver the visual for “Come Up”, which has them remixing Gap Band’s “Outstanding”. Directed by Eif Rivera.
Run The Jewels — the ferocious duo of Killer Mike and El-P — are back with the first single from their upcoming album Run The Jewels 2, the followup to last year’s Run The Jewels. If you’ve ever listened to RTJ you know how high energy and crazy their tracks can get, and this one is no different.
With the Drake vs. Lil Wayne tour kicking off just over a week ago, and already being a huge success — we thought it was time to do another one of our compilation mixtapes for you guys. To go along with the tour, we’ve compiled all of Drake & Wayne’s collaborations, and also threw in some of their new solo records that have yet to be on any official projects. You may have forgot about some of these tracks or haven’t heard a few of them for whatever reason, so hit the jump and enjoy our biggest compilation to date!