Salva is a producer from Los Angeles who's responsible for one of the most batshit hip-hop collaborations of the year: "Old English," which brought together the three-headed monster of Freddie Gibbs, Young Thug and A$AP Ferg.
Anyone who follows southern hip-hop knows that, when it comes to laying down some solid production, few are as consistent as Don Cannon. Remember Jeezy's "Circulate"? Or Luda's "Undisputed"? You can thank Cannon for those two. (He also co-produced with 88-Keys & Kanye West for Pusha T's "Numbers On The Boards".)
Just yesterday, A$AP Ferg confirmed with XXL that his follow up album to Trap Lord is nearing completion. Now, in a separate interview with Ferg, the A$AP Mob rapper reveals he's got another project in the works, to precede his sophomore as-of-now-untitled album.
It was just a little over a year ago when A$AP Ferg dropped his solo debut, Trap Lord, and brought the gems that are "Hood Pope," "Murder Something" and "Shabba" (along with 10 other dope tracks) to the world.
London DJ SBTRKT has carved out a unique niche for himself in the electronic/R&B world, frequently collaborating with Drake cohort Sampha on his 2011 debut and becoming a festival mainstay thanks to his thrilling live show.
After delivering the first single off his upcoming album The Hustle Continues slightly over a month ago, Juicy J returns today with a new leak from the album "Ice." Just like "Low," which featured Nicki Minaj, Young Thug and Lil Bibby, "Ice" is not without features.
Producer SBTRKT is on a roll this week. After dropping off a dope collaboration with singer Raury earlier in the week ("Higher"), he leaks another new album track, this time featuring A$AP Mob's Fergalicious.
Hey A$AP Ferg, your pop side is showing. Over the past week, Fergenstein has remixed a song by indie-pop group Haim, been announced as a guest on Ariana Grande's upcoming album, and now has teamed up with singer Elle Varner for a new track.
Haim are a trio of girls on their way to mainstream status thanks to their debut album Days Are Gone. While they teeter more towards indie rock/pop, they also have this other element which steers them in more of an experimental and sometimes r'n'b direction.