Martin $ky – “Wave 1” [Instrumental EP]

Chicago rapper/producer Martin $ky has released a new instrumental EP.

Stream the minimalistic beat tape here:

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G Perico, Jay Worthy & Cardo – “G-Worthy” [EP]

LA’s newest wrecking crew, G-Worthy (comprised of G Perico, Jay Worthy of LNDN DRGS, and super producer Cardo) has released their self-titled debut project on Fool’s Gold.

Recorded in the city of angels, the EP itself is authentic gangsta rap from the westside: South Central’s G Perico and the Bompton-based Jay Worthy, mixed together with Cardo‘s distinct, smoothed-out melodic production, makes for one of the best west coast connections in years.

Ride out to this now:

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Plastician pres. “WavePool 2” [Compilation]

Are you in the mood for some new wave music?

Mixed, compiled and curated by terrorhythm head honcho Plastician, this 29-track (!)  strong album features some of the wave movement’s key players as well as new blood.

Including tracks from Klimeks, Kareful, Skit, Sorsari, Deadcrow, ONHELL, hnrk, Noah B, CLFRD, brothel and many more, it’s clear to see that this compilation has called upon some of the scene’s most noted producers to stake it’s claim.

Stream the whole thing below:

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Belly – “Man Listen” [Video] / “Mumble Rap” [Album]

Belly comes through with the follow-up to last year’s “InZombia”, called “Mumble Rap”.

And if you thought Belly wasn’t an MC that can actually rap his ass off, this project will prove you wrong.

Laced with 11 tracks in total, the album is executive produced by Boi-1da and features a lone appearance from G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha T.

Watch the new video for his single “Man Listen” and/or stream the entire thing below:

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MXXWLL – Beats Vol. 1 [Instrumental Album]

Back from an unintentional hiatus… Life’s a bi**h sometimes, but I still love her. Anyway, I digress…

Sidney’s MXXWLL has dropped what I believe is to be one of my favorite albums this year!

Warm, funky vibes all over these 21 amazing beats.

I could go on and on about this album and how it could be the unofficial soundtrack to this blog, but rather let you listen and judge for yourself instead:

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