Converse has been getting artists together for their upcoming CONS EP VOL. 1 compilation, with some collaborations being more unlikely than others.
The weirdest match-up we've seen yet has to be Frank Ocean, Diplo, and The Clash, while the latest pairing is slightly more conventional.
Cap 1 released his Caviar Dreams mixtape earlier this year, and despite being from Chicago, he recruited producers from all different regions.
Young Chop, Zaytoven, League Of Starz, were among the notable beatmakers on the project, as was Atlanta's FKi who show up again on this new offering from Cap.
Athens Park representative DUBB has hit us with a new track paying tribute to the late Notorious B.I.G. He chooses to go in over Big Poppa's "Sky's The Limit" instrumental in honor of the rapper's death anniversary.
AWOl$ is riding fresh from his short (but stellar) EP, called Cassette Tapes and Crates. At the heart of the EP lies the song, "Cassette Deck" which he's been championing since way back, releasing a video for it last summer.
They love him in Brooklyn, they love him in Queens, Manhattan, and even Staten Island, and now New York City's own, Black Dave is putting out his tribute to the five boroughs that compose NY with his song, "5Boro," produced by Brady James.
Yes, if you're a fan of HBO's wildly popular fantasy adaptation, "Game of Thrones," than you're probably excited for the new Catch The Throne tape, the unlikeliest rap tribute mixtape for a popular premium cable show sporting swords and sorcery (and a whoooole lot of intrigue).
Kevin Durant made the very anti-based move of calling Lil B wack, and ever since the two have had a minor feud, sometimes going back and forth on Twitter.
The Based God has actually challenged KD to a game of one on one, but so far the two have not gone head to head.
There seems to be a new trend with singles getting multiple remix treatments. We heard the original "I Luh Ya Papi" as a duet between Bronx natives Jennifer Lopez and French Montana, but a short time later, we got this version with Big Sean.