Westside Gunn and Conway, aka Hall N Nash, pay tribute to wrestling legend Mr. Fuji who passed away earlier this week. The track is produced by Daringer.
Utilizing a “Timmy” sample from South Park, DJ Premier gives us his take on Desiigner’s “Tiimmy Turner” with this new remix. This is on a completely different planet than the Mike Dean produced original.
New shit from Gucci Mane and Travis Scott. The track is produced by Zaytoven.
Chicago’s Calez taps Alex Wiley, Mick Jenkins and Donnie Trumpet for “Still Good”, off his upcoming Baby mixtape, due out next month. The track is produced by Rollie.
GoldLink drops off his new single “Fall In Love.” The track is produced by KAYTRANADA and BADBADNOTGOOD and features Ciscero.
DOM Kennedy drops something new with collaborator Niko G4. The track is produced by Mike Free.
Here’s a new cut from Isaiah Rashad, produced by Black Metaphor. The new, as yet untitled album drops September 2nd.
Here’s some more new music from Travis Scott that premiered on his .wav Radio show on Beats 1 Friday afternoon, where he and co-host OGCHASEB were joined by guest Young Thug. The new album Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight is due out next Friday.
Even outside of her Internet output, lead vocal force Syd has proven to be remarkably productive. Today she does it again with the bubbly new joint “Amazing.” Dornik, an exceptional r&b artist haling from London, sits at the helm. The duo compliment one another perfectly; Syd’s floaty vox gliding over a delicate combo of rhodes flutters and slow burn drum patters.
Look at the lineup on this bad boy. 80’s band Living Coulour offers up a new rap heavy take on their remake of Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya” featuring Prodigal Sunn, Black Thought, Chuck D, Pharoahe Monch and Kyle Mansa. If you’ve ever heard the original version of the cover, you know that sonically, it differs a great deal from the Biggie original. This new remix, helmed by producer Andre Betts, moves even further away from the source material with a strong message about police brutality and the value of Black life in America. This will appear on the band’s upcoming mixtape, Mixtape, due out September 9th.
With his new album The Divine Feminine due on September 16th, Mac Miller liberates “We” featuring Cee-Lo Green. Listen above, and pre-order the LP now.
Danny teased this new Evian Christ produced heat on his social media accounts last week, and today he sees fit to release the full track. The track is off that Atrocity Exhibition LP.
Adult Swim‘s summer singles campaign has been raging for months now. Today, Earl Sweatshirt and Knxwledge link up on “Balance”, which is officially released as the campaign’s thirteenth single. On the track Earl and Knxw are on their A game with a short and sweet showing, providing infinite vibes on an uber smooth sonic suite that finds Earl unpacking his hallmark verbal density, waxing introspective over his return to weed’s wildly wonderful world and the racial politics that consume him therein.
De La Soul share “Greyhounds”, a collaboration with Usher from the new album and the Anonymous Nobody, due out August 26th. The song follows the stories of two protagonists, a small town woman caught up in the fast life of the big city and a young man who’s trying to get his money up by any means necessary, both of whom are using the iconic bus line as their only means of transportation. Listen above, and pre-order the new LP now.
DeJ LoaF escapes to the beaches on her new track “Miami”, produced by Izze The Producer.
Mick Jenkins shares “Spread Love”, his new Sango produced single from his official full length debut The Healing Component, due September 23rd. Mick also announced the A Quest For Love Tour with Smino, which will hit select US and European cities and kicks off about a week after the album arrives.
Check out a newly released cut from the late Chinx off the upcoming posthomous release, Legends Never Die, due out September 16th.
A couple of lyrical legends connect on “Super Hero”, a new leak from Kool Keith’s upcoming project Feature Magnetic, due out September 16th. As you would expect, these two go to another galaxy over an ill, spaced out production by Keith himself.
Many of the reports surrounding Jhene Aiko‘s current situation haven’t exactly been music related. Her well publicized split from Dot Da Genius after 11 months of marriage has dominated the internets of late. It’s good to see Aiko back to music, where she’s proven to be more than proficient in expressing the minutia of rocky romance. Today she’s released a lovelorn loosie in “New Balance,” written and performed by Aiko herself.
Nipsey collects all of his previous releases into the Slauson Boy 2 mixtape and tosses in an extra new track called “Mercy” featuring Stacy Barthe.
Game brought the salsa picante on this new one. Listen above and let us know what you think of the track.
Ahead of the release of his new project Late Night Programming, Thelonious Martin gifts us with a new three act instrumental EP called Static. Stream in full above, and pick up a copy at Bandcamp.
New music from Travis Scott. The track is produced by Vinylz and Boi-1da.