After already delivering a couple impressive tracks off their upcoming project, the duo consisting of Killer Mike and El-P (Run The Jewels), have revealed the official artwork and tracklisting to their upcoming project of the same name Run The Jewels.
E-40 continues to go big with his upcoming album releases. Last year the vet in the game released his three-disc project, The Block Brochure: 1, 2, and 3 and he's continuing the theme with The Block Brochure: 4, 5, and 6.
Cory Gunz has been silent for long enough, and he's ready to return to the game with his upcoming mixtape Datz WTF I'm Talkin Bout.
The tape finally has a release date in sight, as well as cover art released today along with a mixtape trailer.
Hustle Gang's Young Dro is getting back into the swing of things with an upcoming mixtape. Dro revealed the artwork, title and release date today.
Young Dro will be following up Ralph Lauren Reefa with Day Two.
The tape is expected to drop on June 11th. Peep the art in the gallery above.
Although it still remains unclear whether J. Cole will be pushing his album release up to June 18th, or is keeping it on the original June 25th date, the rapper is nonetheless ready to deliver the cover art for Born Sinner today.
After giving us the teaser to the video, T.I. releases the cover art for his anticipated track with Lil Wayne "Wit Me."
The two are touring together along with 2 Chainz, and the track is expected to drop this Monday.
Coming fresh off his new mixtape, DuFlocka Rant: Half-Time Show, Waka Flocka shows no signs in slowing down any time soon. Already working on the next project, Waka decided to reveal the cover art for his next mixtape titled Lebron Flocka James: 3rd Quarter.
Wale is prepping the release of his upcoming album, The Gifted, and today he revealed the cover art.
The MMG rapper's album is set to arrive this summer, on June 25th. This will be Wale's third studio effort.
Gucci Mane, who recently announced a name change, and thirty minutes later took it back, has unveiled the cover art for his upcoming album, Trap House III. Remaining true to himself and his fans, the cover art refers to "Gucci Mane" and not the potential name "Guwop."