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.
Prodigy's new three-part mixtape R.I.P. may be enough to keep Mobb Deep fans satisfied for years to come.
And The Story Goes...
Chevy Woods has been busy in 2016, releasing a track with Sage the Gemini and a freestyle over Bryson Tiller’s “Don’t,” and now we’ve got a four-track EP from the Taylor Gang emcee.
The Carrollton Heist
Curren$y & Alchemist
Curren$y and Alchemist together for a 12-track mixtape? Say no more. The emcee and producer, both kings of the underground, have come together for The Carrollton Heist, which serves as the follow up to Covert Coupe, the joint album they dropped in 2011.
Hot off a couple of murderous drops, Sheek Louch of The LOX has come through with a new Halloween mixtape, Gorillaween. The tape is a preview of what's to come on Louch's next album, Silverback Gorilla 2, and as he's put a whopping 29 tracks together for Gorillaween, it's obvious the Yonkers vet has been putting in serious work.
#T5DOA: Freestyle Edition
With all these freestyles and loose singles Jadakiss has been rolling out over the course of the last few months, including three songs in three days last week, anticipation for his long-awaited album Top 5 Dead or Alive has never been higher.
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.
HNHH proudly premieres Dipset and friends' newest mixtape American Dream. The tape is a smorgasbord of talent, with appearances from Cam'ron, Juelz Santana, Freekey Zekey, Sen City, Vado, Lil Wayne, Yo Gotti, Dave East, Hell Rell, Styles P, Webstar, Chinx, Rowdy Rebel, Young Scooter, & many more. The tape is compiled into two parts because Dipset, true to form, wanted to do it the old school way. See the complete tracklist below:
For The Win EP
The phrase "for the win" is a commonly-used one in sports, thrown out by announcers whenever the game rides on one shot. That being said, the words bring to mind one legendary moment more than any other: Michael Jordan's game-winner against the Utah Jazz in the 1998 NBA Finals. Today, Young Money MC Jae Millz drops off an EP by the very same name, For The Win.
The Diamond Life Project
Check out The Diamond Life Project, a new mixtape from Styles P that saw the light of day on Thursday, August 23rd, 2012. Styles P's movement grows stronger with each new release, and The Diamond Life Project has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Styles P has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Styles P has on deck.
Curren$y & Styles P
These artists are featured on the project: Fiend, Daz, Deelow. Are y'all feeling this one? Hit up Curren$y & Styles P's profile page for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes.