Archive for FreEP

BLKSUNCHILD – Hii On The Lows (FreEP)


Holding onto that vice as many of us do, BLKSUNCHILD puts out a new free EP with some joints that we can get high too when we are feeling low. The 7 track project is extremely well put together and worth your listen, so jump right in and stream that right after the jump. Features and production from the Entreproducers, Balthazar, JWT, Space Gang and others.

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J’Demul – Black Poet (FreEP)


I used to have a beautiful shawty in MO, and in honor of her I wanna see how well you guys receive this new 5-track EP from rapper J’Demul. Reppin’ St. Louis, the low-key vibes on the tape are something to ride to, or roll one up over. So go ahead an jump in after the break and hit the stream real quick to see what you think, and help promote if you fxckin with the project.

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XV – March Madness Vol. 1 (Madness Begins) (FreEP)


As promised, the Square Bound Music/Warner Bros signee, XV treats the fans with a brand new FreEP, March Madness Vol. 1: Madness Begins. This is only volume one, but XV releases this 8 track EP, since the first of many games from the March Madness started last night. Skimming through this as we speak, and it’s sounding good so far.

Production duties handled by by The Awesome Sound, Big Jerm, Childish Gambino, Jay Beatz and Zuk. Stream and download the project after the jump.

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Jake&Papa – Athena’s Erotica (EP)

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R&B duo Jake&Papa come forth with their debut EP presented and executive produced by the one and only Nick Geezy. Available on their website, the 8-track project holds featured production from The Futuristiks, Niko & BJ McKnight, Sho and more. If you’re really fuxkin with the music, you can purchase your copy of the tape on iTunes, and receive two additional bonus tracks “Gun Charge” featuring LA’s Skeme & and an extended version of the fan-favorite, “Rumors.” No stream available so go peep the links provided to get your fix.

Marsha Ambrosius – Fvck & Love (FreEP)


As we continue to anticipate her forthcoming sophomore album, Friends & Lovers, Marsha Ambrosius delivers a Free EP for the fans. Serving as a prelude, Marsha releases a six-track EP titled, Fvck & Love. With production duties handled by Da Internz, Eric Hudson, Oak, and more.

Check out the tracklisting, and download link after the jump.

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Christian Deshun – SMPLCTY (EP)


Rapper and producer Christian Deshun puts in work on his 6 song EP with additional help from Tae Beast & Knxwledge. Just something light as he continues to create his mixtape Subtle Weekends. Jump in after the break.

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e.d.g.e. – Waves Motel (FreEP)

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Been awhile since we’ve heard from Vancouver’s own, e.d.g.e. aka Edgar Penwork. Today, he releases the Mad Bloggers hosted project, Waves Motel. The FreEP is produced by Justyn Waves & Moteleola. Also, Edgar Penwork is set to release a part two of this EP coming later this year.

The Mad Bloggers Present: e.d.g.e “Waves Motel EP” (produced by Justyn Waves x Moteleola) The project that Vancouver MC e.d.g.e had put on hold is complete and available for free download. “Waves Motel” is a cohesive project, which ranges from personal storytelling (“Journal Entry”), to the perspective of a soul on the wrong side of the afterlife (“Inferno”), to the everyday struggle of communicating with the opposite sex (“Laws Of Attraction”). The soulful production of both Justyn Waves and Moteleola, respectively, provide the perfect backdrop for e.d.g.e.’s pen…

Stream the entire EP, after the jump!

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Devine Carama – The Dream Walker (FreEP)


The six week Monday music series has come to conclusion with the release of his FreEP The Dream Walker. Devine Carama at last drops the 12 song project complimented by production and features from J57 of Brown Bag Allstars, DJ Well Blended, Lofidel, JK-47, Taylor Hall, & more. Read on to to interpret the Kentucky MCs vision for the body of work below, and proceed to stream and download the effort after the jump.

This project is inspired by what MLK did and what that means for me and what my job in continuing his legacy. From a hiphop perspective, I feel that dream has to become a reality. Not just in terms of power, money, and influence but also in freedom of speech, creative control, and the substance of our music. Hiphop is still one of, if not, the loudest voices when speaking to our generation so I feel their is a responsibility to say something meaningful as MCs..

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