North Carolina group ILLPO & Producer D.R.U.G.S. Beats are releasing a upcoming joint project on May 28th. Today, they release a track that didn’t make the cut for their joint album Dopamine. The track is titled “Let’s Talk”, but nevertheless they release the track for the fans.
Check out the track after the break.
Still riding the success of his latest project, Tunnel Vision. Young Truth releases the official video for his latest single “S.I.T.L (No Limits)” and features Drego. During the shoot, the Harlem native really did get arrested, but the video was still completed.
Directed by Qu’ality.
This summer, She Bloggin will be releasing the forthcoming project, The Arrival 3. A couple of days ago, they released the first release from the mixtape titled “All I Hear Is”. Featuring Detroit’s own Adam Reverie, and this joint is smooth. Adam doesn’t feed into the naysayers, so he doesn’t hear yall. The smooth produced single is produced by Eli Myles. Tasha knows my taste in music, much respect to her for shooting this over.
Check out the track after the jump!
YS is back with a follow-up to his lead single “King Of The Jungle.” Today we find the Florida MC linking with Vega and frequent collaborator, producer Jeremiah Rivers of The Natural Born Hit Makers. “Down For The Team” is the second single off YS’ upcoming debut LP Streets Of Rage, set to drop early summer.
Okay, we see why Future left this off the album stream. Not really. This joint GOES. Future Hendrix grabs Andre 3000 for this feature on Future’s sophomore album, Honest. The name of the track is titled “3 Stacks actually goes in, and this has me wanting some more Andre features. Not a bad job from Future Vandross either. Stream the bouncy Atlanta sounding record after the jump.
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UPDATE: We’ve updated with the official video for “I Won” featuring Kanye West.
Enter the rancid mind of Qualmes as he showcases what surrounds the gray matter consisted in the depths of his cerebrum, with the latest drop ‘PMU (Pick Me Up)’ – a phrase some of you may already be familiar with if you follow the man on social networks.
Mack Maine grabs his young boy of 0017th, Hollygrove Mikey to remix over Hova’s “Open Letter.” This cut is set to feature on the upcoming mixtape, Food For Thought dropping sometime soon. Check in after the jump for the Grand Life directed visuals. Young Mulaa.
The time is here, and Season 4 of the Adult Swim’s “The Boondocks” will premiere April 21st. So today, they release a mixtape to support the season four premiere. Hosted by DJ Drama, Don Connon, Trendsetter Sense.
On April 21, Adult Swim’s The Boondocks will kick off its fourth and final season. After enduring some pretty incredible—and incredibly hilarious—adventures over the past three seasons, this final one promises to take Granddad Freeman and his two roguish grandsons, Huey and Riley, to new comedic heights with their exploits. To celebrate the show’s fantastic run, a number of its very talented fan/friends got together to curate a Boondocks-inspired mixtape. Hosted by DJ Drama and the Aphiliates, the mixtape features some amazing up-and-coming artists from across the country, including Two-9, Lil Herb, Skeme and Troy Ave., as well as the new single The Boonies, written and performed by Killer Mike and produced by Alchemist.
Stream and download the mixtape after the break.