We've seen Hit-Boy's HS87 collective really grow over the past year or two. Not only have they been putting in work as a crew, since their debut compilation All I Ever Dreamed Of totheir new album We The Plug, but the individual artists continue to grind.
The-Dream dropped his inspirational new single, "Black" out of the blue following the infamous Donald Sterling controversy earlier this year, and it looks like he's got yet another surprise up his sleeve.
Cam'ron has returned in a big way this year, and not only because he was donning a cape when he did. The rapper has an EP in the works with A Trak, which already gave us the gleefully nostalgic Dipset reunion, "Dipshits".
Logic has a very loyal fanbase, but with a lot of stans, comes a lot impatience. The Maryland Rapper was planning to drop an EP as a warm up for his debut album, but his fans can't seem to wait for the full length project.
James Fauntleroy has been working as a songwriter behind the scenes for some time, but in the last year or so we've really seen him come into the foreground of the music industry. Appearing on Drake's "Girls Love Beyonce", J.
Deniro Farrar grows his fanbase with each release, and we have a feeling Rebirth will be no different. The rapper has cultivated a unique sound, that has a dark, hazy, and often times haunting feeling.
2 Chainz already told us he was working on his next album, which continues the B.O.A.T. theme with a title of B.O.A.T.S. 3. However, before that time comes (we've yet to receive any concrete updates on it), we'll be receiving an EP to hold us over.
Trae Tha Truth released his I Am King mixtape a couple months back, and he's now got another 7-track project out with producer The Worlds Freshest. The Tonite Show EP features guest appearances from the likes of Problem, Mitchy Slick, Freddie Gibbs, J.