Ye Ali returns to our pages with a new video for “What To Do,” from his solo debut project, Traphouse Jodeci. The song was a fan favorite off of the project, and it features K Camp. The dark visuals are undeniably sexually driven. Watch the video for “What To Do” below.
Detroit native Otti is back with his new Grand Prix EP, a five track project which serves as the appetizer to his full length debut. The Detroit rapper showcases exactly what he brings to the table on the small project, which is an ambient, fun listen. Featuring a number of heavyweight producers, the project is . . .
“Delaware” sees Eli Saf and Myze join forces over a Mike Santana beat. This is essentially two great records put together in one package. Eli shines over spooky chops from Mike, and once Myze steps up to the mic, Mike switches things up and brings in the keys. Stream “Delaware” and “Lonely” below.
The legendary Rolling Stones are back with a new single entitled “Hate To See You Go” from their forthcoming Blue & Lonesome albumm, which is due out on December 2nd. The album, which has been in the works for five years, will be helped along with the new single’s accompanying visual, which released last night. . . .
That deadly duo of Killer Mike and El-P is back at it again under their iconic Run The Jewels alias as they team up with Boots for “2100.” No word on whether this will live on a project or not but word has it their forthcoming Run The Jewels 3 album is half finished. The . . .
Can you believe it’s been a whole five years since Lloyd‘s last project. Where the hell does time go? Anyway, that five year streak is coming to an end in the near future as the singer will drop his new EP entitled Tru and the projects title track is brought back to life courtesy of . . .
OG Maco is back and he returns with a new project entitled For Scott which was inspired by Maco’s admiration for Kid Cudi, who’s real name is Scott for those who take a while to click on. It’s refreshing to see an artist openly admit his inspiration from another artist. You can dive into the . . .
RhodyMajor is back and back with a bang as he adds his signature style to Travis Scott‘s “Antidote” single, a standout from his Rodeo album. The original was definitely a smash, so I admire the young producer for having the guts to remix this one. The outcome is a fun listen. We’ll never get tired . . .
Tayyib Ali isn’t messing around with “Places + Faces,” which serves to promote his upcoming The Most High project. The project is helped along by the Roc & Mayne-produced single. It has a very nostalgic feel to it. The instrumental has a degree of simplicity to it that definitely makes you nod your head. Tayyib’s . . .
Maajei Vu lays down a smooth new groove with his light hearted new release, “I Cant Complain.” The Milwaukee native plays producer and artist again, and and it proves to be a deadly mix. He augments his signature funky style of production with some smooth vocals welded over the top. Stream “I Can’t Complain” below.
Lil Uzi Vert returns with a bang today as he delivers a trio of new records. The releases follow his The Perfect Luv tape which helped spring the Philly rappers career even further. First up below we have “Miss Cleo,” produced by Malay Raw and Bugz Ronin. Next up we have “Grow Up,” which feels . . .
That TDE roster is back on the map again, and this time around Lance Skiiiwalker is back in action. The newest member of the West Coast-based clique dropped a video for “Toaster,” a ScHoolboy Q-featuring standout his Introverted Intuition debut album. The video comes is animated, and as fun as the song itself. Watch the video for “Toaster” below.
Future and Drake are back at it again with a video for the Zaytoven-produced “Used To This,” the first single from his forthcoming Beast Mode 16 project. The video features Future and Drake at ane epic all-female soccer game complete with smoke and quality camera angles. Watch the video for “Used To This” below.
2 Chainz is back with a video for “Countin,” off of his recently released Hibachi For Lunch mixtape. The tape, which dropped on the same day as Meek Mill and Jeezy‘s projects, slid under the radar a bit. That being said, it’s still a solid project, and “Countin” is a standout. The up-tempo and hard . . .
Gino and the buzzing Ye Ali team up for an interesting new record called “Work For It.” The record is centered around having to work for a woman that takes your interest. It should come as no surprise that a record involving women with Ye Ali on board has hitmaking potential. Ye kicks the record . . .