Nas & Em
R-Mean & DJ Base
R-Mean is in the habit of releasing a new mixtape every seven or eight months. After putting out 7 Deadly Sins last July and P.R.E.A.M. this February, the Armenian rapper has now released a new DJ Base-hosted tape called Nas & Em
Valentine's Day is here, and R-Mean has you covered with listening material, sharing his new mixtape, P.R.E.A.M., hosted by DJ Base. We've already heard a couple of the records from the project, which have generally played off of the theme of relationships and featured some R&B-leaning vocals. It should be the perfect way to spend the divisive holdiay as a rap fan.What's your favorite of the seven new tracks? Let us know in the comments below.
The Ground Up
After a prolific summer, which included his Solitude mixtape, Sean Brown is back with a new EP, The Ground Up. The release contains 8 brand new tracks, all produced by Brown himself. The Ground Up will also include features from R-Mean, Designer Kid, and J. Harris.
7 Deadly Sins
R-Mean is back, with his new project titled 7 Deadly Sins. The rapper tells us the project is conceptual, and contains 10 new records. You can view the cover art and back cover art on this page, expect appearances from The Game, Crooked I, King Los, Jason French, Taz Zavala and Marka on 7 Deadly Sins. The 10-track offering includes a song for each sin, with the sin indicated in brackets. There are also a few bonus tracks to round it out to 10.
Far From Heaven
Check out Far From Heaven, a new mixtape from R-Mean that saw the light of day on Monday, November 18th, 2013. R-Mean's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Far From Heaven has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work R-Mean has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what R-Mean has on deck. The following artists contributed to the mixtape: French Damato, Marka, Dizaster, G Malone, Sean Brown, Joe Budden, Knoup. Can you dig it?