Here's some news that should please just about any hip-hop fan: Freddie Gibbs and Madlib are teaming up for a second joint album, the follow-up to the masterful Piñata, released in March 2014.
Last night was a memorable one for hip-hop heads. Thanks to LeBron, TDE let loose a project of Kendrick Lamar album throwaways, which is sounding better than just about any album since the one they didn't make it onto.
As if Kendrick Lamar’s surprise untitled unmastered project wasn’t enough for you, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz’ new joint effort, Collegrove, was also just made available for purchase on iTunes as well.
Migos Thuggin, Coke Zoo, Party At 8, Whip It... What a time to be a joint mixtape, right? The past few weeks have seen a ton of collaborative project announcements, not the least of which was Drake and Future's chart-topping WATTBA.
The East Coast and West Coast will apparently be coming together in the near future for a joint album. The Game may not be on good terms with his former G-Unit brethren, but he's obviously got no issues with the Dipset crew.
Faith Evans recently sat down for an interview with HipHollywood, and revealed she's got plans in the works to put together another posthumous duets album with Biggie, following up Diddy's release of Duets: The Final Chapter back in 2005.
DJ Premier has his hands full nowadays. On top of producing an entire collaborative project with Royce Da 5'9'', the legendary producer has also agreed to handle the boardwork on upcoming album from battle rapper Loaded Lux.
Scarface announced a new album in April, Deeply Rooted, so one would think a retirement isn't in the near future for the Houston OG, however while discussing rumors of retirement with DJ Whoo Kid, the rapper confirms it's almost time for him to leave the genre
Big news for Juggalos and Juggalettes. Da Mafia 6ix-- otherwise known as the remaining members of Three 6 Mafia --have decided to pair up with none other than Insane Clown Posse for a collaborative album.