Dom Kennedy's OPM affiliate Jay 305 hasn't appeared on the site in the minute, but he's back today with the hard-hitting West Coast banger "Thuggin." The DJ Mustard production is instantly recognizable, while Jay and Joe Moses promise they won't stop thugging, even if the former rapper signed a deal with Interscope.
Iamsu! just dropped off a new hyphy joint "Nothin' Less" with production from the West Coast hitmaker DJ Mustard. The song serves as the first leak off 'Su's forthcoming project Eyes On Me, which is due out on February 24th.
After remixing Beyonce’s “7/11” and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Stand For” these past few weeks, hit-maker DJ Mustard decided to keep his remix streak alive, this time tackling Rihanna’s new single “FourFiveSeconds” featuring Kanye West and Paul McCartney.
Kid Ink’s sophomore album, Full Speed, has finally arrived! Released tonight via iTunes, the highly anticipated 12-track project features guest appearances from the likes of Chris Brown, Usher, Tinashe, R. Kelly, Migos, Young Thug, and more.
DJ Mustard rarely releases remixes, so when he does, it's an occasion for celebration. This time, perhaps you should take that celebration to a hotel room, because he's chosen to rework Beyoncé's "7/11."
Last week, we were shocked to see YG and DJ Mustard, the bread and butter of L.A.'s rap scene last year, engaging in some light beef on social media. It didn't last long, as Mustard quickly cleared the air with a post that proclaimed "Jokes on yall dick heads !!!!" and showed him and his lyrical ally back together.
YG and DJ Mustard proved they were an unstoppable team with the former's debut album, My Krazy Life, but many great creative partnerships end ugly, and things may be going that way for these two judging by their recent Instagram quarrel.While it's not entirely clear how things got started, the first (now deleted) post
With no news of Nipsey Hussle's Mailbox Money (save for some leaks) surfacing until a few minutes ago, we thought that we might not get the rapper's recently-announced Mailbox Music tape before the clock struck midnight on 2014.
Following the growing number of incidents in which police have killed unarmed black men in the U.S. this year, protesters have gathered nationwide to fight for change. The "Millions March" in New York a couple of weeks back collected a massive turnout, and now other cities are following suit.
2014 hip hop wouldn't have been the same without Pushaz Ink -- the crew made up of DJ Mustard, YG, and Ty Dolla $ign. All three of the artists manage to infiltrate the radio, and influence those around them, and they always sounded best when they were working togethger.