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.
After hitting us with "How Are You So Calm" two weeks back, Sir Michael Rocks comes through today with Populair Part 2, as promised. This serves as his second EP instalment in the series, following up September 2015's first Populair.
Before Royce Da 5’9” drops off his highly anticipated studio album, Layers, on April 15, the Slaughterhouse member decides to come through today and treat fans to a new free EP in the meantime called Tabernacle: Trust The Shooter.
We're very excited to premiere the new EP from 17-year old Wisconsin native, Trapo. We've only featured Trapo once before on the site, but he was so freaking good we had to reach out and connect with him directly.
It’s been a minute since we last heard from Sudanese­-American artist Oddisee, but thankfully that all changes here today. Out of nowhere, the Brooklyn native decides to surprise fans by releasing a new free EP called Alwasta.
Ramriddlz is one of the many hot new artists coming out of the Toronto area right now. After Drake hopped on his "Sweeterman" remix last summer on the first episode of OVO Sound Radio, all eyes & ears have been on the buzzing new artist from Miss
The talented Amir Obe has put together another short EP, only three months to the day after dropping the Happening In The Grey Area EP. Obe’s skillful vocals are on full display throughout all three tracks on Won’t Find Love In The Hills.
After giving us Martin Luther Key back in December, a free release filled with fifteen records, Key! is back again this time with a 4-song EP. He does another play on words with this one, recalling Beyonce's self-titled album in cover art and title.