Stalley didn't do too much in 2015, although he did give fans a free mixtape with The Laughing Introvert and announce his own imprint, Blue Collar Gang, but apart from that, we didn't really hear from him.
It looks like Earl Sweatshirt fans have something to look forward to once again. On Monday night, Earl put on a show at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California where he decided to treat the fans in attendance to five (5) never before heard records.
At the end of September, 50 Cent announced that a new mixtape would precede the long-awaited and almost mythological Street King Immortal album. He made the announcement by previewing new music, however he didn't reveal the mixtape title.
Chris Brown just hit his Instagram page with three new videos, all previewing some fire emoji music he's been working on. He didn't reveal any details about the records, he simply captioned the final video of the trio with "work." Indeed.
Will Smith returned to rapping last week, with his verse on the remix of Bomba Estério "Fiesta." It may not be the remix or appearance you were expecting from Will Smith, but it did the trick.
It looks like #RozayWeek is underway. After hearing the lead single, "Foreclosures," off his newly-announced Black Dollar album earlier today, the MMG boss is getting ready to share some more music with us.
Kanye West called into HOT 97 today and spoke to their on-air personality Nessa about a few things. We don't have audio from their phone call just yet, but HOT 97 has tweeted out some of the highlights as have some listeners.
Over the last few weeks, we've been steady feeding you new joints from Boston duo StupidGenius, including their singles "Chosen" and "Nesquik". Today we get a new banger called "Hit My Line" and it goes hard.
A couple of weeks ago, we introduced you to DMV trio Black COAL and their "Gold Gated Villa" banger. You guys seemed to enjoy it, so we wanted to bring you some more Black COAL with their brand new mixtape THR-O-NE (pronounced THREE OH ONE).