• Tyga's protégé, Esty, comes through today with a new EP for the fans. The EP, titled Darkroom, has six cuts total, with one featuring T-Raww himself on "Killing Your Ills", which was a track we initially heard awhile back, when we were first introduced to the female singer.
  • Fresh off the release of his new album Dream.ZONE.Achieve, and in the midst of WrestleMania XXX, the KushedGod himself has blessed us with the second instalment in his Ringside EP series. Production on the 8-track project was handled his by fellow R.F.C.
  • Just hours after Drake released his Boi-1da produced track "Draft Day", a potential OVO Sound-signee keeps the momentum rolling as Jimmy Johnson drops off his debut project In God We Trust. 
  • Madness Begins is a new eight-track EP from Wichita, Kansas representative XV, featureless with production from The Awesome Sound, Zuki, Jay Beatz, Big Jerm and Childish Gambino. He'll apparently be dropping new music weekly for the next month in light of March Madness.  Thoughts on the project?
  • Last time we received a mixtape from Le$ was with his project Gran Turismo in December 2013. His first project in the New Year is an free extended play which keeps up with the car-themed artwork Le$ has been doing for his past three mixtapes (see: E36 as well).
  • Bad Lucc is back with a new DJ Skee-hosted EP called Outchea.  The 9-track project is a mixed bag of new and previously released tracks, including last week's leak, "Hustla". The tape has a selection of features from the likes of T.I., Trae Tha Truth, and of course his frequent collaborator, Problem.
  • At the age of seventeen, AWOL$ has more lyrical ability than a lot of rappers could hope for after a lifetime of honing their craft. His new EP comes as a pleasant surprise after it spent a long time in development.
  • Estelle continues with Love & Happiness series this week, releasing the final and third instalment of it, titled How Stella Got Her Groove Back.
  • Given today is Valentine's Day, Ne-Yo will probably not be the only r'n'b singer to come out of the woodwork and deliver some free jams. The singer has let go a free extened play for fans, which consists of four smooth cuts perfect to add to your late-night Valentine's Day playlist.
  • At the request of his fans, rising Philadelphia rapper Privaledge has borrowed popular instrumentals for this new 5-track EP, which serves as an appetizer before his upcoming mixtape with DJ Skee and DJ Base, which is slated to drop at the end of February. 
  • Rocky Diamonds uses his real name as the title and theme of his new EP, which he releases today, on his 22nd birthday. The project features Def Jam's August Alsina twice, and production from Knucklehead, Zaytoven, and more. Let us know what you think of Rocky.
  • YONCÉ-X is the latest remix project from East Flatbush emcee/producer MeLo-X, which finds him putting his own spin on choice cuts from Beyonce's new self-titled visual album. It was accompanied by a series of brief video remixes, which y'all can peep here. Can you dig it? From the man himself: 
  • !llmind continues work in his signature genre of boomtrap, a genre which combines the sampled breaks of boom-bap with more contemporary 808 drum patterns.  
  • The second instalment in independent Philly spitter Privaledge's ongoing "Say Something I'm Good" EP series. The project drops on Sunday. Stay tuned.  (Cop the original "Say Something I'm Good" here.)
  • Check out Say Something I'm Good, a new mixtape from Privaledge that saw the light of day on Friday, November 29th, 2013. Privaledge's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Say Something I'm Good has further strengthened that fact.
  • Check out Songs About You EP, a new mixtape from Emanny that saw the light of day on Thursday, November 28th, 2013. Emanny's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Songs About You EP has further strengthened that fact.
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