Check The Vibe
The last record we received from Audio Push was back in May, and it was actually a song the duo recorded at our studio in NYC, "Inland City Blues." It's rare that the HS87-signed group wait this long in between releases, but they're finally back this afternoon with a new set of vibes on "Check the Vibe."
Me & You
BMac The Queen Feat. Hit-Boy
The female component of Hit-Boy's HS87 label, BMac the Queen, is quickly proving herself to be an important member of the roster. She's had a highly productive 2016, recently dropping a new single, "C.B.S.," and featuring on another one that will appear on Audio Push's upcoming EP.
Hit-Boy Feat. Ricky Anthony
Hit-Boy has been dropping off new songs at a weekly clip since the top of the year. Last week, it was "TD Celebration" ft. Rich The Kid and Donnie Trumpet. This week, it's "Feels" feat. Ricky Anthony.
Hit-Boy Feat. Rich The Kid & Donnie Trumpet
Hit-Boy dropped the first installment of the Zoomin series in September, and recently he's been hinting heavily that the sequel isn't far on the horizon. With "TD Celebration," his new release featuring Rich The Kid and Donnie Trumpet from the Social Experiment, it's official -- Zoomin 2 is on the way.
1 Train Freestyle
A$AP Twelvyy has decided to drop off a little something to keep the momentum rolling after putting out his new single with Harry Fraud last Friday. Today, he shows up for a quick minute of unadulterated heat, one that finds him rapping over the instrumental of A$AP Rocky's famous 2013 posse cut, "1 Train."
Lord Have Mercy
Hit-Boy Feat. Quentin Miller & Price
Hit-Boy is having a pleasant beginning to 2016.
One of the more exciting trends of late has been the game's top producers picking up the mic. Hit-Boy has been doing this for a minute now, and his latest single, "Divine Guidance," is an inspirational tribute to his family, on which he's backed by a gospel choir.
Hit-Boy Feat. Wale
Cali beat maker turned rapper Hit-Boy has teamed up with DC's own Wale for a new track, title “Yadda Yadda.” The track can only be described as smooth, with some slick sampling by Hit-Boy that hearkens back to old school Kanye production. Wale handles the chorus casually, embodying the song’s laid back feel and “make it look easy” proclamations. He doesn’t have a proper verse, but the chorus is more rapping than hook material anyway, and that suits Wale's vocal range a bit better.
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.
All I Want
Rockie Fresh is back with a vengence. After disappearing for a long minute, the rapper is making his return as we lead up to his new project The Night I Went To... The last record we heard off it was "Too Long," and today he hits us with not one but two new leaks.
Turtle No Joke Feat. Hit-Boy
You may recognize the name Turtle No Joke from being featured on Audio Push’s latest project The Good Vibe Tribe Project, but you probably haven’t heard what he can do by himself yet. Making his debut on the site tonight, the rising artist decides to link up with his homie, Hit-Boy, for the new collab “Cold Winter.”
UPDATE: The full version of "Tatted Angel," including an additional verse from Ferg, has arrived!
When it comes to wheat vs. chaff, Little Simz is definitely wheat. She released her debut album A Curious Tale of Trials + Persons in September and last night shared a curious song called "Don't Forget," produced by the prolific Hit-Boy. Hit-Boy shows why his drum game is next level and Simz continues to strengthen her case as the hottest female MC in hip hop.
Hit-Boy Feat. Travis Scott, Quentin Miller & Chase N. Cashe
Damn, this is an interesting collab. Hit-Boy and Chase N.
That's What I Get
Hit-Boy Feat. James Fauntleroy
Just a couple days after performing at the Tidal X show in NYC, Hit-Boy returns to the scene with some new music of his own. Linking up with Grammy Award-winning artist James Fauntleroy, the HS87 artist drops off the new single called “That’s What I Get.”
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.
Hit-Boy Feat. Pusha T & Quentin Miller
Hit-Boy is bussing moves. The architect behind Audio Push's The Good Vibe Tribe came through today with a surprise 5-track EP called Zoomin'. The stand-out track of the project is "Bussin Moves,'" for which he recruited the talents of Pusha T and Quentin Miller. Hit lays down some Vivaldi-esque strings for the beat, handles the hook, and takes a verse, letting us know that even though he's a producer first he can still rap with the best of em. "Bussin' moves like I'm Mike Jack, moonwalking to the money bag."
Before he gets into promo mode for his upcoming debut album Live and Grow, Casey Veggies decides to treat the fans to a new freestyle just for the helluva it today titled “Organic”.
Sevyn Streeter Feat. Hit-Boy
While we're still waiting for her debut album, On The Verge, Sevyn Streeter has shared a new EP, titled Shoulda Been There Pt. 1. Based on the strength of 2013's Call Me Crazy But..., a Sevyn EP is generally packed with enough great material to keep fans satisfied for a minute, and the new project should be no exception.
Where The Cash At?
Rich The Kid
It's an age-old question that many rappers have attempted to answer: where da cash at? Today Rich The Kid brings new life to the question with his Hit-Boy-produced banger "Where The Cash At."