Quality Control rapper Rich The Kid will be gifting fans a mixtape on Christmas day, with his upcoming project Rich Than Famous. While we wait on the EP, you can listen to a leak "Droppin A 100" featuring labelmates Migos and Skippa Da Flippa here as well as "On My Way" featuring Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel here.
Things got a bit confusing when French Montana announced that his sophomore album would be titled, Mac & Cheese -- making it both the follow up to his major label debut, Excuse My French, and the fourth installment in his successful mixtape series. This was further convoluted when Montana decided to give us a
Tonight, it's our pleasure to bring you an exclusive stream of Luu Breeze's new EP, Goodbye Farewell Remember. The new four track effort will be available to purchase shortly, but before you do that, check it out in advance by streaming it on HNHH.
iLoveMakonnen's self-titled EP dropped earlier this summer, but it took a couple months to build hype, hitting its peak with Drake's co-sign and remix of "Tuesday". Drizzy has since signed the ATL rapper to his OVO Sound imprint, and it seems they'll be giving the EP a repackaged release.
We already saw the single art for the next song to be released off Tupelo, Mississippi duo's upcoming EP SremmLife, and we found out the release date for the EP on the same day. Now the duo have followed up with the official cover artwork for the anticipated debut project.
Last week, a few unreleased Taylor Bennett tracks showed up online courtesy of hackers, and after Bennett (the younger brother of Chance The Rapper) publicly admonished the thieves, he's shared all four as an EP on his SoundCloud.
OG Maco exploded onto the scene with his infectiously aggressive ditty "U Guessed It", which attached big personality to its minimal production and video, and had at least 12 million people (including Beyonce?) looking.
With Chief Keef's new-found freedom, all rules are going out the window. The rapper has been dropping a lot of leaks lately, but he's topped all of those by uploading four new mixtapes to his YouTube today.
Ladies and gentlemen, Joe Budden is back in Mood Muzik form. Early last year Joe released No Love Lost, which packaged club and radio songs along with some more personal tracks. That album left many of his longtime fans wanting more of the intimate feel they get from his darker projects.
The Lox are following up their surprise EP from 2013, The Trinity, with The Trinity: 2nd Sermon. The EP hit the interwebs last night, and the New York rap group have decided to make it available to stream via Spotify (better than no stream at all, right?).