Lucki (formerly Lucki Eck$) has been putting out at least a project a year since 2013, when he first introduced us to his brand of "alternative trap". Things have only become weirder and darker since then, but the execution also more precise.
The talented Amir Obe has put together another short EP, only three months to the day after dropping the Happening In The Grey Area EP. Obe’s skillful vocals are on full display throughout all three tracks on Won’t Find Love In The Hills.
It’s been a long time coming for the boys from Flatbush, NYC, but the time has finally arrived. With the clock striking midnight, Flatbush Zombies’ highly anticipated debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey was made available for purchase on iTunes.
Lil Yachty has been building quite the buzz for himself on the internet this past year, appearing on OVO Sound Radio thanks to his single “Minnesota,” aligning himself with fashion sus artists Ian Connor and Playboi Carti, and even serving as a mod
I don’t think Bas was anticipating going up against Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz when he picked March 4th as the release date for his new album Too High To Riot, but unfortunately that’s the case for the buzzing Dreamville artist.
As if Kendrick Lamar’s surprise untitled unmastered project wasn’t enough for you, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz’ new joint effort, Collegrove, was also just made available for purchase on iTunes as well.
Two days ago, TDE CEO Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith revealed he'd be dropping a surprise project from someone in the TDE camp on an unspecified night this week, but no one ever thought it would be from King Kendrick!
UPDATE: The album, untitled unmastered., has landed on Spotify (see above screenshot), but the stream isn't working...yet. Many are expecting the stream to become available at midnight, as was the case with To Pimp a Butterfly.
Here it is. The year has been defined by the anticipation surrounding SWISH -- no, WAVES -- no, T.L.O.P., which stands for The Life of Pablo, as Kanye confirmed last night.