"Bye Felicia" is a line from the seminal 1995 comedy "Friday," and somehow, it's taken on a new life this year. A quick search on Twitter and a scan of pop culture headlines in 2014 should clue you in to this phrase's current omnipresence, if viewing a mixtape entitled #BYEFELICIA doesn't do that for you already.
Tomorrow, Jordin Sparks will be releasing a new tape entitled #BYEFELICIA (just the latest use of that phrase from the film "Friday" that seems to be taking on a new life in 2014). Today, she's teamed up with the L.A.
Earlier today, we posted an "Open Bar" freestyle from Big Sean, in which he rapped four bars about four topics chosen by the hosts, and now Chris Brown has turned one in as well. Listen as he raps about THOTs, drunk texting, girls who look through your phone and L.A. girls.
If a Nas remix wasn't enough to validate that ScHoolboy Q's "Studio" among the summer's biggest hits, then perhaps a new freestyle from Chris Brown will do the trick. Premiered by LA Leakers (hence the tags), this brand new leak isn't attached to any project.
Perhaps no one was better equipped to remix French Montana's "Don't Panic" than YG. Produced by the latter's partner-in-crime, DJ Mustard, the original single was released on August 11th and met with general acclaim from our readers, who praised the song's instrumental and high-energy performance from Montana.
Kendrick Lamar continues his invasion on Power 106. After stopping Big Boy’s Neighborhood for a lengthy freestyle, K. Dot decided to bless Justin Credible & J Cruz with a quick freestyle over some simple "lunch table" pounding, courtesy of Mars.
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.
The LA Leakers just dropped off their new mixtape Leaks Of The Industry 14 tonight, which contains 20 new records and contributions from various artists, including G-Unit, The Game, Hit-Boy, Vince Staples, Lil Durk, and many more.
The last song to be cut off Kid Ink's major label debut My Own Lane, which is in stores now. The cut was premiered by The Los Angeles Leakers last night on their 2014 Draft Picks Mixtape also available now!