Yesterday the LA Leakers came through with their compilation mixtape Leaks Of The Industry '14, which contained a host of artists, from G-Unit (on the "Pump Pump Freestyle"), to Kevin Gates, to Snoop Dogg.
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 Boy" has been a long time coming for Casey Veggies, who began performing the song at live shows in 2013. Since then, there has been plenty of speculation and rumors about the record, including the fact that it may or may not have a Drake feature. Well, as it turns out, no Drake.
Man, Rockie Fresh always gets the illest beats. He's worked with Lunice, THe Hood Internet, Boi-1da, MIDI Mafia, and of course, Hit-Boy, who provides the triumphant, horn-led production on "Official," a new freebie that Rockie shared on SoundCloud.
Fresh off the release of the successful We The Plug compilation, HS87’s first lady, B-Mac the Queen, is back today with some new "super hero" music for the fans. She rounds up her fellow labelmates Audio Push, N.No, B.Carr, Hit-Boy and Preston Harris for her new single “One Wop”.
Just a few days ago, Hit-Boy and Interscope Records provided fans with an opportunity to check out snippets of HS87's new album We The Plug. Now, with the album rolling into retail stores and iTunes, the release is officially available for full streaming via Spotify.