Last month, Erykah Badu teamed up with D.R.A.M. for the record “WiFi,” off his highly anticipated debut album Big Baby D.R.A.M., but it turns out that’s not all the two have been working on.
For the past six months, Nipsey Hussle has made each of our Mondays a little more bearable with his weekly #MarathonMonday release series. In August, the series culminated in a new mixtape called Slauson Boy 2.
Since dropping his Before 4eva mixtape in March, Skeme has appeared on the DJ Drama-hosted single "Wishing," alongside Chris Brown and LyQuin, as well as collabs with Bay Area top talents Philthy Rich and Mozzy.
Unlike many, T.I. hasn’t been shying away from his thoughts & opinions on the injustices going on in America lately, most specifically on the topic of police brutality & senseless deaths of unarmed black men.
Minneapolis-bred rapper Rocky Diamonds has released two songs this year, both well-received on the site. The latest was June's "Come Down," produced by TM88, which held fans over through the lengthy wait for his EP, Anywhere But Here.
Vince Staples has announced that his Prima Donna EP, his first release since his groundbreaking debut album, last year's Summertime '06, will be out on August 26. He has also revealed the EP's 6-song tracklist as well as its cover artwork.
Dave East just doesn't stop does he? Before the Harlem spitter drops off his highly anticipated Kairi Chanel mixtape, he decides to link up with Philly native Kur for a new joint EP called Born Broke, Die Rich.
Larry June shared his Larry EP only 2 months ago, but he's already back with some new music. Teaming up with the impressively prolific, Cookin Soul, he's shared a new 6 track project that finds him working with G-Eazy, Zacari, and Chuck Inglish.
Marc E. Bassy's collaboration with fellow California native G-Eazy "You & Me" may have dropped in May, and it's been strong enough to carry him through the summer months, continuing to get his name out there and grow his fanbase.
Dizzy Wright has always had a fairly malleable style, and after stripping things down on The Growing Process, he's shared two EPs in 2016, starting with the characteristically positive Wisdom and Good Vibes, and today, following it up with the more aggressive,
Vince Staples was just revealed to be the third and final star of FADER's annual Summer Music Issue. In his cover story, the author gets to hear some of Staples' latest project, which had been previously unannounced.
After making beats for guys like Dizzy Wright and Skeme, Belgian producer Alex Lustig teamed up with Las Vegas emcee Euroz last month for For No Good Reason, a joint 7-track EP, and that's when his skills really became apparent.
Keeping their word, Problem & DJ Quik come through tonight and release their newly-announced Rosecrans EP, which is named after the infamous “Rosecran Avenue” in their hometown of Compton, California.