ScHoolboy Q Feat. Kanye West
Even though we don’t have a title or release date yet, Schoolboy continues to promote his upcoming sophomore album like it’s right around the corner. In fact, Q recently announced that the album is already finished and turned in, meaning that it could be dropping any week here, so to hold us over with in the meantime he’s decides to keep the new music coming.
Earlier this afternoon, Top Dawg revealed that someone from the TDE camp would be dropping a new release tonight when he got off the plane in LA, and just as we expected it’s from Schoolboy Q.
Let It Bang
A$AP Ferg Feat. ScHoolboy Q
A$AP Ferg's debut album Trap Lord opened with a veritable banger named "Let It Go". 808s and congas never sounded so good. Ferg's sophomore album Always Strive and Prosper features a song cut from a similar cloth called "Let It Bang". Though it doesn't feature any congas, it still bumps hard in the whip, thanks in part to a sinister verse from ScHoolboy Q. It is the story of a young man gone of the rails as seen through the eyes of his grandparents. Ferg is such an underrated lyricist.
Hoover Street (Original Version)
Ahead of the impending release of Schoolboy Q’s new single “Groovy Tony,” Alchemist has shared an unexpected deep cut from Q’s last record. Apparently Schoolboy Q original recording “Hoover Street” over Alchemist production. What do y’all think of this version compared to the original? A lot of Schoolboy Q’s pauses and breaks in his bars make a lot more sense on the original production. "Hoover Street" originally appeared on Oxymoron.
Am I Wrong
Anderson .Paak Feat. ScHoolboy Q
Anderson .Paak has earned himself a solid co-sign from Dr. Dre, sculpting much of Compton with his songwriting skills. This weekend, a new record from the talented singer was premiered on Dre's Beats 1 radio show The Pharmacy. He's followed that one up quickly today, as he shares a new collabpration with fellow West Coaster ScHoolboy Q, who has proved his ability to bring an edge to poppier records.
Shadow Of Death
Jay Rock Feat. Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q & Ab-Soul
We're just hours away from the release of Jay Rock's 90059, and to prepare you for Rock's second studio album, we're taking it back to 2010, when TDE was just starting to make waves in Southern Cal.
Jay Rock Feat. Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q & Ab-Soul
After much speculation, Jay Rock's album finally has a solid release date; tomorrow. Actually, TDE's CEO hopped on twitter to say that the album would arrive a bit early, rather than Midnight he says it'll be available at 9 PM tonight. That's not so far away, but before then, we've got one of the most anticipated records off the album, the Black Hippy collaboration "Vice City."
Electric Body (Tags)
A$AP Rocky Feat. ScHoolboy Q
After hearing the mind-bending, multi-suite "L.S.D.," there's no telling what each new Rocky drop is gonna sound like. When we first saw Schoolboy Q's name on the A.L.L.A. tracklist, we were brought back to their earlier collabs like "Brand New Guy" and "Hands On the Wheel," and we can tell you now that "Electric Body" channels that same dark energy, and it's scary good.
It's True (Remix)
BJ The Chicago Kid Feat. Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q & Punch
Though we still haven't heard the hopefully forthcoming "All Day" remix, we're glad K-Dot decided to help out on this all-TDE remix of BJ The Chicago Kid's "It's True". The original, part of BJ's latest mixtape The M.A.F.E. Project, features Schoolboy Q, and BJ decides to go back to TDE for the remix, enlisting King Kendrick and Punch, TDE's president, who, as you can see, does some mean rapping.
Bitches N Marijuana
Chris Brown & Tyga Feat. ScHoolboy Q
Tyga and Chris Brown dropped off their '90s-tinged and lavish visuals for "Ayo" earlier this week, and as we enter in the month of February we're treated to the second album leak. It happens to be one of the most anticipated collaborations on the upcoming album, Fan of a Fan. ScHoolboy Q joins Breezy and T-Raww, with an equal (if not greater) love of bitches n' marijuana.
Can't Hold My Liquor / It's True
BJ The Chicago Kid Feat. ScHoolboy Q
ScHoolBoy Q's "Studio" is his biggest single to date, and while it gave the TDE rapper a fair amount of exposure, the true star-making moment belonged to BJ The Chicago Kid, whose syrupy hook carried the song in many ways. Q is surely grateful to BJ for the assist, as he's returned the favor on the Chicago Kid's newest tape, The M.A.F.E. Project.
Roll My Weed
Bridge Feat. ScHoolboy Q
We haven't seen Bridge on the site since around 2012, but the LA-based singer-rapper makes a return today with a smooth collaboration featuring everyone's favorite Oxymoron ScHoolboy Q. The song has another TDE connection, as it was also mixed by the infamous Ali. Peep a behind-the-scenes YouTube video on the making of the track below. In addition to the BTS look at the mixing of the record, Bridge and Q are teaming up for an official music video for the single (which may arrive as soon as today), that BTS can also be seen below.
The Weeknd Feat. ScHoolboy Q & Rick Ross
HNHH is excited to premiere a huge remix of The Weeknd's one-off single "Often." It features Schoolboy Q and Rick Ross, both of whom contribute powerhouse verses. The track was released out of the blue this year and stayed at the top of our Top 100 list for several days, with the message being clear: although this wasn't included on an album, the quality is just as high as we've come to expect from The Weeknd's mixtape/album tracks. Now, Groovy Q and Ricky Rozay are here to spruce the track up with some ill verses. You digging these rappers' contributions to the track?
Chris Brown Feat. Trey Songz
If a Nas remix wasn't enough to validate that ScHoolboy Q's "Studio" among the summer's biggest hits, then perhaps a new freestyle from Chris Brown will do the trick. Premiered by LA Leakers (hence the tags), this brand new leak isn't attached to any project. Apparently, Breezy was just feeling the energy and decided to this one on the spot.
ScHoolboy Q Feat. Disclosure & Sam Smith
Well here’s another rare, yet dope collab we didn’t see coming. After hearing A$AP Rocky add some bars to Sam Smith’s “Im Not The Only One” last week, another out-the-blue collab has somehow surfaced online tonight, this time from TDE’s Schoolboy Q.
ScHoolboy Q Feat. Nas & BJ The Chicago Kid
Yesterday we posted our new interview with ScHoolboy Q (which you can watch below if you missed it), where the rapper reveals that he's already begun to work on his follow up to Oxymoron, and he warns HNHH users not to expect any new 'VERY HOTTTTT' music from him for a minute. A day later, Q pops up with that VERY HOTTTTT remix of his vibing "Studio" record with BJ The Chicago Kid.
What They Want
The Posterz are a rap trio from Montreal, and they're currently taking things to the next level with a North American tour. Husser, one third of the group, has decided to drop a new freebie while they're on the road, taking on ScHoolboy Q's "What They Want" instrumental.
Hell Of A Night (Remix)
Yogi is a British producer who's currently signed to dubstep king Skrillex's OWSLA label, and his new remix of Schoolboy Q's "Hell Of A Night" reflects that connection by being fittingly turnt. Taking the song's already-hype DJ Dahi production and adding a considerable amount of nitrous, Yogi soups up the lean, dance-infused track into an extravagant monster of a remix. Festival-ready bass drops, airy vocal samples and even some D'n'B drums populate the busy, sugary final product, which is sure to convert some ravers into Q devotees.
We Dem Boyz Part 2
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Rick Ross, ScHoolboy Q & Nas
Wiz Khalifa already released an alternate version of "We Dem Boyz" that featured Meek Mill, Puff Daddy and French Montana, but now he returns with an actual remix of the track that features Nas, Schoolboy Q and Rick Ross. The new beat is composed by Sledgren, RMB Justize, and Ricky P, and is substantially chiller than the original's. Rozay kicks the guest appearances off, and is followed by Schoolboy and then Nas.
ScHoolboy Q's Oxymoron has something for everyone, whether it was hardcore gangsta rap, old-school storytelling, or dancefloor bangers. On eof the standout tracks-- and also the closest thing resembling a slow jam on the album --is the infectious "Studio". Plies, who's been doing his fair share of remixes over the last week or so, is certainly a fan, deciding give the smooth track a dose of his signature rasp flow. The contrast is very effective, and the Floridian rapper's raunchiness is perfect match for the slow-burner.