With his hiatus from the rap game over thanks to ‘The Reason Y’ which was released exactly two weeks ago Thee Tom Hardy who resides from Durham, NC keeps it going with a new track entitled ‘Any Type. Although news on a project is thin fans remain hopeful that one is in the works, and if the music is like this then it’s a win win for all of us. Stream the new track below.
Queens native Bryant Dope’s new series #RawDopeWednesdays has brought us nothing but good music so far and the fifth instalment is not ruining the trend. ‘Is It Real?’ is a track which see’s Bryant speak on a relationship in the making, without really knowing what is going on or going to happen. The track is a remake of Les Nubians’ 1998 single ‘Makeda’. Creative and relevant, I like this.
Rich Boy dropped an album last year titled, Break The Pot. Today, Alabama’s own Rich Boy teams up with The Game to release “Ridin Thru My City”. Produced by Hit-Boy. This beat goes!
Stream the song after the break.
Fundament indulges in the dark soundscape of Toronto rap, while effortlessly layering that sound with strong bars to a perfect East-meets-West Coast harmony. “On The Way Pt. II” will appear on Fundament’s album 15Blocks, which is scheduled to be released at the top of 2015. Listen to “On The Way Pt. II” below.
Bringing to life the popular audio, Billionaire Buck delivers the highly-anticipated visual release of his hot single, “Around Da Way.” Sparing no expense for this theatrical approach, the video reflects the real-time presence Buck has in the streets of Los Angeles and difference between him and his peers on many levels. Showcasing the indie strength that rivals most of the majors, Buck is making a bold statement with this refreshing look. The visual presentation was brought to you by rising star director David Ortiz and shot on location throughout the City of Angels. It’s no secret that many have known Buck to been recognized as the next breakthrough to come out the West Coast. This new look only guarantee that prediction.
As David Cash prepares the release of his upcoming project California C.A.S.H., he officially drops his street collaboration with rising star Young Thug. California C.A.S.H. will also include features from Metro Boomin, Eric Bellinger, Jay 305, ScottyATL, Alley Boy, and more.
Since the murder of Mike Brown lots of artist have released music in his honour as well as tying to riase awareness of police brutality. The latest comes from Atlanta duo ILLClinton who give us ‘Alive (Don’t Shoot)’. The record was recorded before the incident took place but the duo felt like it was the right song to release regarding the subject.
Jeezy is gearing up for the release of his Seen It All album and to continue the promotion run he takes Bobby Shmurda’s ‘Hot Nigga’ for a spin. Seen It All is set to drop on Sep. 2nd.