Well here’s some ironically good news. On Thanksgiving, 50 Cent was supposed to release The Kanan Tape for us while we wait for his upcoming Street King Immortal album to arrive, but that definitely didn’t happen.
After hitting us with a trailer to increase the anticipation and excitement for No Ceilings 2 last night, Weezy F returns this afternoon with a tracklist, so we know it's real.
Erykah Badu is one of the many big names dropping mixtapes this Thanksgiving weekend. Of these projects, Badu's But You Caint Use My Phone promises to be the most experimental and potentially the best.
This year, with the release of Drake and Future's What a Time to Be Alive, there has been a renewed interest in joint projects.
Anyone who follows Future on Twitter knows that the man loves to remain cryptic, constantly tweeting vague phrases, any of which could probably be read as either a subtweet or a mixtape title under a magnifying glass.
Well here’s some good news to kick start your Friday. It appears Rolling Papers 2 isn’t the only project that Wiz Khalifa is currently cooking up at the moment.
Today, Rick Ross dropped yet another remix, freestyling over 2Pac's "Starin Thru My Rearview." Rozay also announced that the new track will appear on an upcoming mixtape, Renzel Remixes, which will be out on Thanksgiving, joining the ranks of Lil Wayne, E
It's hard to say anyone had a bigger 2015 than Future. His only competitor when it came to hitmaking was Drake, and by the end of the year, even he was knocking on Future's door.
Mike WiLL Made-It and Future have been prepping their joint mixtape Ape Sh!t since last December at least.
After dropping off various records over the past week, Jhene Aiko’s older sister, bka Mila J, decides to unleash her latest body of work today called The Waiting Game.
It's somewhat ironic. Chief Keef gives us so much music on a weekly basis, yet he owes us just as much. How is this possible? Well, he either has a terrible memory, or he is naturally bad at keeping promises.
Future is one of the hottest rappers out, and part of that has to do with the sheer volume of music he's released in the last year -- but it wouldn't mean anything if the quality wasn't there too.
After sharing the video to his hot new track, "Dope'd Up," Tyga has given us the lowdown on his upcoming mixtape, Rawwest Nigga Alive.
Waka Flocka has made it abundantly clear that Atlantic Records is holding on to his latest album, Flockaveli 2, and that he wants to rid himself of all business with the label even if that means buying out of his contract.
Funk Flex is known to go use his Hot 97 show to voice some very strong opinions (amidst many bomb sound effects). Last night, he reportedly went on a tear about how New York radio should support local artists before those from outside the region.
It's Weezy season, y'all. Late last night, Wayne announced that his fans shall have to much to be grateful about on this coming Thanksgiving, as he plans to serve up No Ceilings 2, the sequel to his beloved mixtape from 2009, on a platinum platter.
The rumors are true. Lil Wayne is going ahead with a sequel to his beloved 2009 mixtape, No Ceilings. Lil Tunechi took to Twitter tonight to announce that he'll be giving fans something to feast on this Thanksgiving, aka November 26. Hallelujah!
Lloyd Banks is quick to announce projects, but not as quick to deliver on the promise. The G-Unit rapper hinted at a sequel to his Halloween Havoc mixtape way back in 2012, and so far, we've seen no sign of it.
Two days ago, Lil Wayne set the Internet ablaze with a 7 second recording of him rapping over Drake's "Back to Back." Obviously a remix is in the works -- hopefully on the way soon -- but the snippet could be a preview of an even bigger release: a sequel
It looks like Chief Keef has more “treats” for his fans come this Halloween season.
Prolific LOXsmith Sheek Louch has been pimping his Silverback Gorilla 2 mixtape for months now, but today he announced that before he drops that he'll drop his Gorillaween mixtape on Halloween.
Erkyah Badu came out of the woodwork recently, after being inspired by Drake, to release her own rendition of "Hotline Bling." The song was released with the promise of a forthcoming mixtape, You Caint Use My Phone. Almost a complete month later, and Ms.
French Montana and Fetty Wap's Coke Zoo mixtape is on its way. After giving us the artwork last week, French has shared the official tracklist on Instagram today -- and it comes with a couple surprises.
Last year, a few days prior to Halloween, Future delivered one of of what would end being three mixtape projects, all of which contributed to a resurgence in his energy and his career.
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