At on point during DJ Sean Mac’s Trap Vs. Drill 6 mix (as FSD points out), an unreleased King Louie joint fades in.
While the official title is still a mystery, "Can't Say No" is the working title that's going around.
Weed is definitely a preferred subject of Smoke DZAs, while Flatbush Zombies generally covers drugs off all kinds (their last track "Don't Do Drugs Kids" came as a surprise, until it turned out to actually be a celebration of substances).
Young Life is getting ready to drop his upcoming mixtape, Hard Knock Life 2, and he's shared a new leak from the project today.
Nipsey Hussle adds a verse to "Colors", which features a classic mid-tempo west coast beat from Vision.
Rising Chicago rapper Spenzo dropped his In Spenzo We Trust mixtape last summer, which featured production from notable beatmakers like DJ Dahi, Young Chop, Sonny Digital, Metro Boomin, Honorable C-Note and more.
Fat Trel is getting ready for the release of Gleesh, his brand new mixtape set for release on April 1st. For now, we get another Gleesh teaser, this time in the form of "How U Feel," with a chill beat provided by Harry Fraud.
Kirko Bangz dropped a full mixtape of freestyles yesterday, and while much of it found him taking on instrumentals from bigger artists like Drake, Jhene Aiko, and Kid Ink, he also tried his hand at some regional hits-- most notably, K Camp's "Money Baby".
Asaad, formerly known as Saudi Money released his Flowers II mixtape earlier in the week. The project sported 13 new tracks tracks from the rapper, including the recently released leak, "Alejandro Jaradowsky Flow" with Ab-Soul.
MC Ren is well known for his role in seminal west coast gangsta rap group NWA, who if you're not familiar with (and you should be) was made up of Ice Cube, Eazy-E, Dr. Dre, DJ Yella, Arabian Prince, and of course Ren himself.
TeeFLii has sung over his share of Mustard beats. His tape from last year, Fireworks was full of them, and he also recently showed up on YG's "Do It To Ya", which of course, also found the condiment-named DJ behind the boards.
Migos and Young Thug are two of Atlanta's hottest acts, and when they get together, good things generally happen.
"YRN", a weirdly Salsa-flavored trap joint from the two comes to mind, and they've done it again with the simply titled "Freestyle".