Hardcore N Hi-Tech
Young Sizzle, the rapping alias of 808 Mafia producer Southside, is really earning his stripes as an emcee this year. He's been rapping for a couple of years now, and his December Free Agent 3 tape was able to garner a lot of attention, though a few months into 2016, his continued ability to drop new tracks week after week has taken him to the next level. He's now released his first full-length project of 2016, Hardcore N Hi-Tech, the title referring to his rapping style as well as his favorite brand of lean.
A day after 50 Cent hit us with his highly anticipated mixtape, The Kanan Tape, his fellow G-Unit member has come through with a project of his own. Young Buck's been ferocious with the music lately, and on that same quest he's dropped off 10 Pints. The project, hosted by DJ Whoo Kid, features contributions from Shy Glizzy, Icewear Vezzo, Lito, Don Trip and Jadakiss. You get 10 tracks over the course of 10 Pints, with production coming from Sonny Digital, Cassius Jay, Don Cannon, Bandplay, Joey Castellani and more.
The Devil's Night: Mixtape
As promised, D12 reunited and came through with a new mixtape for The Devil's Night, aka the night before Halloween. To help them in their quest, they've enlisted features from Royce da 5'9", Young Buck, Kidd Kidd, Lazarus and King Gordy. Production is handled by Denaun Porter for the most part, as well as Block Symfany.
After releasing the hot new single "Grindin", featuring Jake&Papa, South Central's DUBB is coming at us with his new mixtape Perfect Timing. The tape is hosted by DJ Skee and DJ Whoo Kid, and has some big features, including Crooked I, Joell Ortiz, Fred Da Godson, Emilio Rojas and more. Production is handled by Cy Fyre, League Of Starz, Duke Dinero, DJ Relly Rell, Remixx and more.
The Turn Up Godz Tour
Waka Flocka Feat. DJ Whoo Kid
Before they set off on tour together, Waka Flocka and DJ Whoo Kid decide to come through and treat fans to a new project called The Turn Up Godz Tour. Laced with 13 tracks, the project features guest appearances from Howard Stern, Gucci Mane, Future, Offset (of Migos), Ca$h Out, Machine Gun Kelly, and Tony Yayo, among many others.
All-Star Weekend 2015
DJ Whoo Kid Feat. DJ Scream & DJ MLK
All-Star Weekend isn't just for athletes. Every year, the music world has become increasingly involved in the happenings in and around the All-Star game, and 2015 is no exception. A couple days ago, MMG gave us their own mix to prep us for the weekend's festivities, and today, DJ Whoo Kid, DJ Scream & DJ MLK have put together a compilation just in time for you All-Star party.
SXEW Vol. 2
DJ Whoo Kid Feat. DJ Skee & DJ MLK
DJ Whoo Kid, DJ Skee and DJ MLK gave us SXEW Vol. 1 back in February, and now they've returned with the second installment, dropping it right in the thick of SXSW. The comp is once again a mix of new and previously circulated tracks, and features the likes of Lil Wayne, Crooked I, Curren$y, Crooked I, Snow Tha Product and more.
SXEW Vol. 1
DJ Whoo Kid Feat. DJ Skee & DJ MLK
DJ Whoo Kid, DJ Skee and DJ MLK have joined forces to bring you a new star-studded compilation tape called SXEW Vol. 1. The SXSW-inspired project boasts some huge names, including T.I., French Montana, Kid Ink, Tyga, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Yo Gotti, Raekwon, The Game, Troy Ave, and more. Some of the tracks you've heard before, some you haven't. One exclusive from the project is a brand new remix of Kid Ink and Chris Brown's "Main Chick", which features a very special LL Cool J verse that was written on the spot after a dare from Whoo Kid.
EST 4 Life
Machine Gun Kelly Feat. DJ Whoo Kid
Give EST 4 Life a spin - it's the latest tape from Machine Gun Kelly, having dropped on Monday, August 13th, 2012. Machine Gun Kelly's musical situation is improving with every new release, and EST 4 Life will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Machine Gun Kelly has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Machine Gun Kelly has in store. Who else would you like to have seen on this mixtape? Let us know what you think, folks.