What a pleasant surprise! Shortly before the end of the year, Austria’s Milo Mills comes through with a brand new EP called “Graveyard Classics”. Despite the creepy-looking cover and title, the six instrumentals turn out to be not so goth but straight hip-hop bangers.
DJ Paul, one half of the legendary Three 6 Mafia, has been making a lot of moves lately. Not only did he manage to reunite five of the six original members (founding member Juicy J chose to stay solo) to form the supergroup Da Mafia 6ix, he’s also consistently releasing new music as a solo artist. After partnering with Yelawolf‘s Slumerican imprint, Paul dropped his new double album, “YOTS (Year Of The Six)”, just a few weeks ago.
Check out the video for “Get Away” (featuring Yela and Aftermath signee Jon Connor) and stream the entire project below:
South Central’s G Perico keeps it all the way G: From his looks (Jheri curl; all blue’d up) to his music, one can tell that Perico is heavily influenced by the early 90’s as he pays homage to said era with his heavily influenced G-Funk sound with a 2016 twist.
After buzzing on the L.A. streets for a while and having released a couple of mixtapes, G Perico dropped his first proper project, “Shit Don’t Stop”, a few weeks ago.
Check out the new visual for “Middle Finger” (produced by Brody Brown and the infamous Scott Storch) and stream/download the entire album below:
The Lox are back! 16 years after Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch‘s last group album (and only 2 weeks after announcing that they were signing with Jay-Z‘s Roc Nation), the trio makes their official major comeback today.
The 12-song offering features guest appearances from Mobb Deep, Pete Rock, Gucci Mane, and Fetty Wap, as well as D-Block affiliates Dyce Payne and Infa-Red.