Inland City Blues
Oktane and Price stopped by the HNHH studio not long after the release of their major label debut The Stone Junction EP. They immediately got in the booth and knocked out a buttery smooth track entitled "Inland City Blues."
T-Clacc Feat. Audio Push
If you've been following Audio Push, you may remember T-Clacc from the Good Vibe Tribe crew track, "B.O.W. Down". The rising rapper has now turned in another collaboration with the duo, but this time, he's in the driver's seat. "I Wonder" is built off of a paranoid energy, as Clacc ponders the possibility of the feds listening in on him, and suspects those in his circle.
B-Nice Feat. Oktane & Preston Harris
We first introduced you to Audio Push affiliate B-Nice at the end of last year with the release of his single “Ordinary People,” and now tonight the Inland rapper is back with its follow up called “That Boy” featuring Oktane (of Audio Push) & Preston Harris.
Audio Push Feat. Arsonal
You know Audio Push won't let an occasion like 4/20 go by without releasing some fire. The prolific duo just dropped off a new EP, Stone Junction, the other week, as well as visuals for the Kap G-featured "Vamonos," yet they still have time to release loose joints like this one here. We're happy to premiere the collaboration, which features Arsonal.
Audio Push Feat. Kap-G
The duo of Oktane and Price have released a banger inspired by the Hispanic heritage of Atlanta rapper Kap G, who's featured on "Vamonos." The production comes from Izze the Producer, who's made choice beats for Kevin Gates, Rich Homie Quan, 2 Chainz, and more.
Seriious Feat. Audio Push
Audio Push has to be one of the most consistent acts out right now, and their breakthrough seems imminent. Today, they've given us another winner, which comes in the form of a collaboration with Seriious, another rapper with a lot of potential. "Never Switch" is built off of a minimal, semi-ambient beat that keeps the energy reserved in a "Down In The DM" kind of way, leaving the driving force of the record to the performers.
Lord Have Mercy
Hit-Boy Feat. Quentin Miller & Price
Hit-Boy is having a pleasant beginning to 2016.
Audio Push Feat. BMac The Queen
Audio Push is moving up.
Trae Tha Truth Feat. Rick Ross, T.I. & Audio Push
Despite holding on to his underground status, Trae tha Truth has earned the respect of many of the industry's top dogs. Today, the Houston vet comes through with a star-studded collab off his forthcoming album, Tha Truth, Pt. 2, a sequel to the album he released last July. "All Good" features Rick Ross, T.I. -- Trae's boss at Grand Hustle, and Audio Push.
Christmas N' Cali
Hit-Boy & HS87
More than a few rappers are dropping off loose Christmas tracks for the fans. Perhaps the most Christmas-y yet is "Christmas N' Cali," a new track from Hit-Boy and his roster if HS87 artists. Hit-Boy gets in the holiday spirit with vinyl crackling like a roaring fireplace, twinkling bells, and Jimmy Stewart-era sentimental strings. He killed the Christmas vibe, next time he's got sample a song from the Charlie Brown Christmas special.
Audio Push Feat. Curren$y
Spitta has been making the rounds lately, as he's been heavily promoting his new album Canal St Confidential, which has mainstream tendencies. Even with that album, this is probably one of the most mainstream-sounding beats you've heard Curren$y rap over in a minute, and it works.
Irrelevant / Company
Eric Bellinger Feat. Audio Push & Yoshi
Two weeks after releasing a surprise EP, In the Meantime Part 2, L.A. R&B singer Eric Bellinger has dropped his second album of the year, Cuffing Season Part 2. The album was led by this summer's "Valet" single, featuring Fetty Wap and 2 Chainz, and Cuffing Season Part 2 has another exciting hip-hop collab, "Irrelevant," featuring the duo of Price and Oktane, aka Audio Push. As a two-part suite, "Irrelevant" segues into "Company" just before the 2:45 mark. The latter track features another L.A.
Audio Push Feat. Travis Scott
We haven't heard any new music from Audio Push since July, when they dropped My Turn II, a compilation of remixes of the summer's hottest turn-up cuts. The duo of Oktane and Price have been embarking on a nationwide tour, and they've released 13 vlog episodes to give fans a peek at what life's like on tour.
Today fast-rising duo Audio Push bring fans back a minute, as they released a follow up to 2011's mixtape, My Turn, with an EP My Turn II. In a similar fashion as the first instalment, this latest EP features six new remixes the boys did over recent instrumental releases (plus Mobb Deep's "Shook Ones").
You Know You Like It (Remix)
By now, you've probably heard DJ Snake and AlunaGeorge's collaboration, "You Know You Like It," on the radio, but Audio Push have now reinvented the West Coast-infused record into a true Cali rap song. Leaving the instrumental hook intact, the duo add their always-impressive bars to the verses.
Flip Major Feat. Audio Push
Flip Major's currently gearing up to release his project Major League, and after sharing the John Hart assisted "There She Go" last month, he's ready to set his latest single loose. This latest cut is called "Deep End," and features the ever-impressive Cali duo Audio Push.
Respect to Fabolous and Lloyd Banks but Audio Push's series of loose freestyles might be the best of anybody this year. After flipping Future's "Commas" and K Camp's "Lil Bit," the Cali duo goes old school in their latest freestyle, going in over Mobb Deep's "Shook Ones Part II." Within the first two bars it is immediately clear that they have unlocked the key for optimal flow on this timeless beat.
Lil Bit (Remix)
After dropping their ultradank The Good Vibe Tribe on 4/20 and their remix to Future's "Commas" a couple weeks back, California duo Audio Push shares their new remix of K Camp's "Lil Bit."
Just a few hours ago, we premiered the video for Audio Push's new remix of Future's "Commas," and now they've given us the green light to premiere the audio too. Check it out and download it here.
Audio Push Feat. Isaiah Rashad
Hit-Boy's HS87 crew has a lot of potential, but over the last couple years, Audio Push have proved themselves the most likely to blow of the bunch. Starting out in L.A.'s Jerk scene, the duo have proved their versatility on subsequent releases, putting out yet another cohesive mixtape with The Good Vibe Tribe earlier in the week.