Doe B tragically passed away last month, but rumor has it the rapper had recorded a lot of material that never saw release. Turns out, a posthumous album will be released in the near future, and the T.I.-assisted "Why" serves as the first single.
Grand Hustle lost a rapper this past weekend with the shooting of Doe B. As the hip-hop community continues to mourn the sudden loss, Raekwon decides to give DJ Whoo Kid a new cut in remembrance of Doe B, featuring Hustle boss T.I. and Doe.
Doe B was fatally shot last year, tragically ending what could have been a long and successful career. Outside of being a great rap talent, Doe was also known for his work ethic, and thus left behind a plethora of unheard material.
Kidd Kidd has released a new collaboration with Doe B, who was fatally shot just last month.
The track stands as a tribute to the late rapper. No word on whether it's attached to any project.
A very promising comeback project, 6ix Commandments found many of the former Three 6 Mafia members together again on one project, which we've decided to revisit today.
This is the last material released by Lord Infamous, who tragically passed away this morning. He has the last verse on the track.
January 16th found many of us reflecting on Aaliyah's timeless body of work, Brother Bruno being one of them. The electronic producer decided to put a new spin on one of the R&B legends definitive cuts, adding a breezy nostalgia to "Rock The Boat" with the tasteful addition of some warm synths.
Listen to Too Soon (Trayvon Martin & Jordan Davis Tribute), the new track by Plies, which was dropped on Wednesday, February 5th, 2014. Plies's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Too Soon (Trayvon Martin & Jordan Davis Tribute) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning.
After dropping an ode to Paul Walker just last week, RZA has come through with another eulogy in song form, this time for Nelson Mandela.
He's teamed up once again with Will Wells, who handles the majority of the track, and made sure to provide an accompanying letter.
Read it in full below;
For those unfamiliar, Jesse Richeeds, better known as JayR, was a promising young emcee from Killingly, Connecticut. Unfortunately, he succumbed to a severe asthma attack in his dorm room at the University of Connecticut on August 25th, 2013.