The LP clocks in at 11 tracks with features from Jay Electronica, Rick Ross, Waka Flocka Flame, BJ The Chicago Kid, Bilal, Robert Glasper, and more.
Stream the album and watch the video for the Anderson .Paak-assisted “Traveling Light” here:
Harlem’s Dave East has dropped an appetizer to his official major debut album with Def Jam, titled “Paranoia: A True Story”.
Watch the video for “Phone Jumpin” (a quasi-homage to Busta Rhymes‘ wild visual for his ’98 single, “Gimme Some More”) and listen to the EP below:
Producer brothel has released his debut EP, “something somewhere”.
The 6-track project is raw and emotional, showcasing the artist’s musical journey.
“I wanted to make it more of an experience. I figure it was a perfect time to show my audience how I’ve been feeling, and growing as an artist.”
Stream the wave masterpiece below:
Producer wunderkind AraabMuzik returns with a brand new instrumental EP.
The new project appears on the heels of his recent “Dream World” album and his collaborative project with Joe Budden, “Rage & The Machine”, which simultaneously debuted at no. 1 on the Rap charts at Billboard and iTunes.
After having collaborated with artists and established producers within dubstep, house, trance, trap and hip-hop, the “1 Of 1” EP will leave no one confused about where araabMUZIK‘s heading artistically. The MVP of the MPC is here to stay!
Stream the 6-track EP below:
Chicago rapper/producer Martin $ky has released a new instrumental EP.
Stream the minimalistic beat tape here:
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:
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.
Watch the new video for his single “Man Listen” and/or stream the entire thing below:
Montreal’s super-producer Lunice finally delivers his debut album named “CCCLX” (360)!
Watch the visual for the latest single, “Tha Doorz”, and stream the entire album below: