While we excitedly wait for Lil Wayne's collaborative project with 2 Chainz, Collegrove, for which Kanye West announced the release date and cover art earlier today, we've just received word of some more Lil Wayne music to get excited about.
Following up his visit at Sway’s Morning Show earlier this week, Young Thug decided to stop by the Power 105 studios and chop it up with queen of NYC airwaves, Angie Martinez, for another rare, but very informative interview.
DJ Mustard has announced a new single with Travis Scott, and luckily we won't have to wait too long to hear it. The west coast producer delivered the news to Twitter earlier today, sharing the artwork for a track titled "Whole Lotta Lovin'".
The Roots are the greatest hip hop band of all time, hands down. From the streets of Philadelphia to late night TV, they have conquered each and every stage they've graced over their twenty-eighty year career.
Justin Bieber and Chris Brown do not have the best best reputation these days. Brown was just released from prison, having failed twice at completing a probation-induced rehab stay, and still has a pending assault charge attached to his name.
Ice Berg hits us with "Where Do You Go" a couple weeks back, and today he hits us with a brand new banger.
"Ain't No Chillin" earns an instrumental from K.E. On The Track, who provides a colorfully cartoonish trap beat for Berg to stunt over.
Busta Rhymes and O.T Genesis are the most recent rappers to go in over Future's brick-flipping anthem, "Move That Dope".
The duo actually got the real loop of the beat, which is rare considering the many remakes we've heard rappers taking on recently.
K. Michelle released her hit, "Can't Raise A Man" back in 2013, but Plies has decided to revive it on his new offering, adding a verse for the remix.
He leaves the original song intact outside of his verse. No word if it's attached to a new mixtape.