Chicago’s SAVE MONEY (Vic Mensa, Chance The Rapper) crew member Thelonious Martin also just released his new instrumental album “Late Night Programming”, delivering 10 well crafted beats inspired by TV network Adult Swim, J Dilla and Madlib. And yes, it is just as good as it sounds:
Beat pioneer Hudson Mohawke just announced his new album “Ded Sec”, dropping November 11. It will also serve as the official soundtrack to Ubisoft‘s “Watch Dogs 2” videogame.
Stylistically it’s said to cast a sound now synonymous with HudMo that returns to his earlier work fusing electronics, hip-hop and the beat scene mixed with elements that show Hudson’s love of classic science fiction scores.
After spending 10 years in prison, rapping on numerous classic West Coast rap albums as well as being a member of a famous rap group himself (Tha Eastsidaz), at the age of 50 it’s time for Big Tray Deee to shine on his own.
A$AP Rocky has announced the completion of the long awaited A$AP Mob crew album “Cozy Tapes Vol. 1”. In preparation for the collective’s release on October 31, Rocky‘s creative team AWGE put together a dark and gloomy short film for two of the album’s tracks, “Money Man” and “Put That On My Set”:
In the light of recent events that went down across the states, KXNG Crooked (fka Crooked I) decided to let loose an intense track dedicated to anti-police brutality. Independent rap legend Tech N9ne joins Crooked by dropping a few words of wisdom towards the end of the song:
Anyway, this fun-loving, rapping/singing phenomenon with a permanent grin just released his debut album, “Big Baby D.R.A.M.”with contributions from Young Thug and Erykah Badu. Feel-good trap/soul music.
Check out the video for “Cash Machine” and/or the entire LP below:
Top Dawg Ent., the label that brought you the likes of Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, SZA etc., unleashes a new musical prodigy to the world: Lance Skiiiwalker. Just after appearing on a few previous TDE releases the young Chicagoan gets his own long-player, along with a couple of videos.
Be prepared: Mr. Skiiiwalker is pretty different from his label mates. This is as left-field as it gets: