• Following the 4th of July weekend, Lil Durk is finally ready to deliver the second instalment in his Signed To The Streets series. The first Signed To The Streets dropped in October 2013, and fans have been patiently waiting ever since for some more heat from the Chicago native.
  • It's been a long road to Amir Obe's new project, Detrooklyn, including a name change from Phreshy Duzit and a slightly updated sound and style. Now we come full circle, with Detrooklyn having finally arrived.
  • Just yesterday, we premiered the new mixtape from Pushaz Ink recent signee, Slim 400.
  • Young Scooter broke through in a big way with his 2013 mixtape, Street Lottery. Unfortunately, shortly after the release, Scooter was locked up for about 8 months on a parole violation, and his plans to release he debut album, Juug House, postponed.
  • Back when Odd Future was just breaking, Mellowhype (the duo made up of Hodgy Beats and Left Brain) released their sophomore album, BlackenedWhite on Halloween for free.A few years (and retail releases) later, the duo are back with another free effort, this time for July 4th.
  • Katie Got Bandz played a cruel joke on fans a few days back, when she tweeted she would not be dropping the follow up to Drillary Clinton, DC2. However she quickly assured fans it was all a joke, and today, she comes through with Drillary Clinton 2.
  • After giving you a formal introduction to Boogie, we are now ready to release Boogie's debut project, "Thirst 48," which will get you further acquainted with the Long Beach, CA native. So far we've heard leaks like "Highskoo Interlude" and the A$ton Matthews-featured "Westside", among a few others. 
  • Michael Christmas is a 19-year old rapper hailing from a place you don't often associate hip-hop with: Boston. Don't let that deter you from checking out the rapper's debut project, Is This Art?, which is a strong collection of songs featuring Rome Fortune, Alex Wiley and Mr. Muthafuckin eXquire.
  • Dee-1 is a rapper on the rise we recently featured on our list of Christian Rappers Infiltrating the Mainstream. He continues his infiltration today with the release of a new mixtape, Free Lunch And Sallie Mae.
  • Fans rejoice: Black Dave's new tape Stay Black 2 has arrived and it's just as black as the original; in other words, black is the new black.
  • In case you didn't get the message the first two times, Gillie Da Kid is back with the third instalment in his mixtape series naming himself King Of Philly. K.O.P. 3 contains appearances from Game, Waka Flocka, Keif Brown, Trae Da Truth, Jadakiss, Spade-O and more. It's got 18 cuts total for your enjoyment.
  • Chris Webby dropped his new mixtape today, The Checkup, which serves as an appetizer to his upcoming album. Although this is just the warm-up for Chris, he doesn't leave fans wanting.
  • After giving HotNewHipHop the premiere of her last two mixtape leaks, her "King Foxx Intro" and "Young And Thuggin," Ms. Foxx returns today with her new mixtape King Foxx, hosted by DJ Scream.
  • XXL saves the best for last, finishing up the extensive roll out of XXL Freshmen 2014 material with the mixtape compilation.
  • ZelooperZ is a Detroit native who also counts himself among the Bruiser Brigade, helmed by Danny Brown. Today we're getting you familiar with the Danny Brown affiliate, thanks to his new mixtape HELP.
  • K Camp and his crew have prepared a new mixtape compilation to get us formally introduced to everyone on the team, SlumLords. After dropping off a new video vixen-filled music video for "Slum Anthem" earlier today, K Camp returns with the full SlumLords project to add to your iTunes.
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