All Or Nothing: Live It Up
After laying low since releasing Halloween Havoc 2 last November, Lloyd Banks reappeared last month to announce that he and DJ Drama would soon be dropping All or Nothing: Live It Up, the sequel to the first tape in the series, All or Nothing: Failure's No Option, released almost three years ago.
After a couple delays & setbacks, Young Buck decides to come through tonight and finally share his new mixtape 10 Bodies.
Steak X Shrimp 2
With the help of DJ Drama and DJ Mr. Rogers, Le$ has come through with a fantastic sequel to his Steak x Shrimp mixtape, released a year ago. Steak x Shrimp 2 opens with an intro from Curren$y, who praises Le$' grind while sparking a joint, and from then on, it's a smooth ride that captures the best of Houston and New Orleans. The Jet Life affiliate was raised in N.O. but has been living in Houston for over a decade, and it's clear he's 100 percent H-Town certified.
At age 44, Snoop Dogg is having a helluva year. He released his 13th album, the effortlessly funky and highly underrated BUSH, and he appeared on TPAB, Compton, and The Documentary, to highlight a few. He also hosts his own talk show as well as his own cannabis competition. With his latest project, Beach City, he, with the help of DJ Drama and Gangsta Grillz, intends to highlight some of the best talent out of his stomping grounds, Long Beach, California.
It's Better This Way
Well here's an unexpected treat. Out of nowhere, Big K.R.I.T. decides to surprise his fans with a new mixtape tonight titled It’s Better This Way. Laced with 14 tracks, the follow up to last year’s Cadillactica LP features guest appearances from Ludacris, K Camp, Young Dolph, Warren G, BJ The Chicago Kid, and more. Narrated by DJ Drama, the tape is mainly produced by Krizzle himself, with additional help coming from Kenneth Whalum & WOLFE de MÇHLS.
Hate Me Now
Harlem up-and-comer Dave East has been dropping nothing but very hotttts in the lead up to Hate Me Now. At last the complete project has arrived, released by Nas' Mass Appeal Records and hosted by DJ Drama. Laced with 20 tracks, Hate Me Now gets guest appearances from the likes of Nas, Pusha T, Jadakiss, Styles P, and Mack Wilds, with production coming from Jahlil Beats, Don Cannon, Sean C & LV, Squad Beats, Earl & E, and more.
Rhythm & Bricks
O.T. Genasis has dropped his debut solo mixtape via Busta Rhymes' Conglomerate Records. After releasing his breakout hit, "CoCo," last October, O.T. has stayed afloat with a few hot singles but hasn't yet given fans a full project. Finally, Genasis' Rhythm & Bricks has arrived.
Dying To Live
MistaRogers blessed us this week with his new mixtape Dying To Live. Laced with 16 tracks, the tape sees appearances from Ty Dolla $ign, Troy Ave, Stalley, & Ray Jr. MistaRogers becomes the latest to remix Big Sean's "Blessed" and also tries his hand on Future's "Fuck Up Some Commas." First listen thoughts, standout tracks include "Relate to That," "Like You" feat. Ty Dolla $ign, and "Ever Since" feat. Stalley & Ray Jr. MistaRogers released "Ever Since" as a single two weeks ago and then the song's grimy video just earlier today.
After a long setback, Rocko decides to come out of nowhere today and release his highly anticipated DJ Drama-hosted mixtape Real Spill. Serving as the follow up to Expect The Unexpected, this new Gangsta Grillz project contains 12 tracks in total and features two guest appearances from Kevin Gates & Rod D. You already know this 'bout to heat up the Summer streets even more.
Yesterday we featured our interview with Skeme, where the L.A.-based rapper dissected one of the few leaks that preceded Ingleworld 2, "Khalil's Song," which is dedicated to his son. The interview uncovered a few interesting facts, such as the fact that Skeme is dating Nipsey Hussle's sister (and thus Nip is the uncle of Khalil), as well as the fact that Ingleworld 2 was initially set to be a two-disc project.
Gangsta Party (Hosted By DJ Drama)
Well this is surprising. To kick off Memorial Day weekend, Jeezy and DJ Drama decide to link up for a brand new Gangsta Grillz mixtape titled Gangsta Party. Laced with 10 tracks, the project features guest appearances from 2 Chainz, YG, Rich Homie Quan, Bankroll Fresh, Kevin Gates, and more. Meanwhile production is handled by hit makers Sonny Digital, London On Da Track, Cardo, Zaytoven and D. Rich among others. Stream and/or download the mixtape now! (Tracklist below)
The Iron Way (Hosted By DJ Drama)
T-Pain has continued to gain momentum with each new mixtape leak, and he's now shared the full project.
Concealed (Hosted By DJ Drama)
Last week Yo Gotti announced that he was prepping a DJ Drama-hosted mixtape, Concealed, which he would be dropping randomly. 'Randomly' turns out to be Monday. Gotti comes through with the new mixtape just in time to kickstart your week.
Luca Brasi 2 (Hosted By DJ Drama)
Kevin Gates once again drops off an album-quality mixtape, which you can support on iTunes. The special Gangsta Grillz project, Luca Brasi 2, follows up his first acclaimed Luca Brasi Story mixtape from last year. The Baton Rouge crooner-rapper tackles familiar topics, from drug-dealing, to females, to the grind, with his trademark raw honesty.
Law 3 (Hosted By DJ Drama)
After a few setbacks, Shy Glizzy comes through and releases the third installment in his Law mixtape series. Hosted by DJ Drama, the 15-track project features guest appearances from Bobby Shmurda, Migos, Young Dolph, and more. Meanwhile, production is handled by the likes of Zaytoven, Young Chop, K.E. On The Track, and more. Stream/download the new tape now! (Tracklist below)
Ferg Forever (Hosted By DJ Drama)
A$AP Ferg has been hinting at a DJ Drama-hosted mixtape for a minute now, and he's now revealed the details of the project. Ferg Forever is the title of the tape, with a logo that was designed by the ASAP rapper's late father."My father created this logo. When he died I vowed that I would take this logo and name to a new height," Ferg wrote on Instagram. The new tape has arrived as promised, just in time for your weekend. The tape features tourmate YG, Big Sean, SZA, fellow A$AP member Nast, Crystal Caines and more.
The Boondocks Mixtape (Season 4)
Last week we received a new cut from Killer Mike titled "Boonies" which we learned was the first offering from an upcoming mixtape for "The Boondocks" season four. Today the full project has arrived, and it comes with exclusive records from Lil Herb, Problem, Jon Connor, Two-9, Killer Mike, Chevy Woods, Skeme, Smoke DZA, Childish Major and more. Production comes from The Alchemist, Chuck Inglish, Roscoe Dash and plenty others.
Solid Foundation (Hosted By DJ Drama & QC The Label)
Solid Foundation is a special new instalment in DJ Drama's ongoing "Gangsta Grillz" series, brought you to by Migos' Quality Control Music imprint, or simply "QC The Label". Although it was scheduled to drop during Super Bowl VXIII halftime, it was delayed by several hours, which isn't exactly an uncommon occurrence in the rap game.
Black Boe Knows 2
"Black Boe Knows 2" is a new solo mixtape from from Decatur, Georgia emcee Quez, hosted by DJ Drama. For those unfamiliar, Quez is a third of Decatur trio Travis Porter. The 11-track tape features guest appearances from Shanell, Cap 1, Offset, Cash Out and Que, as well as the other two-thirds of Travis Porter, Ali and Strap. Can you dig it?
That's My Work 2 (Hosted By DJ Drama)
Check out That's My Work 2 (Hosted By DJ Drama), a new mixtape from Snoop Dogg that saw the light of day on Tuesday, October 29th, 2013. Snoop Dogg's movement grows stronger with each new release, and That's My Work 2 (Hosted By DJ Drama) has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Snoop Dogg has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Snoop Dogg has on deck. These artists are featured on the mixtape: Iza, Daylyt, Mac Lucci, Suga Free, Tha Broadus Boyz, Erick Sermon, Method Man.