Waka flocka is currently working on two new albums for later this year, but before we get to hear those, Fozzy decided to surprise fans and release his newest mixtape titled I Can’t Rap Vol. 1 earlier today.
Swiff D's butter soft production on Schoolboy Q and BJ The Chicago Kid's "Studio" has been a recent favorite for rappers looking to freestyle. Recently, we've heard CyHi Tha Prynce, Plies and Fat Trel spit over the track, and now Consequence has offered up his own version.
It looks like these two have put their r'n'beef behind them, and decided to combine their talents during a recent studio session. As you likely know, Chris Brown and Drake first started beefing after a fight at a night club, which was allegedly over their shared lady, Rihanna.
DJ S. Whit and DJ Base are prepping a new compilation mixtape to serve as your summer playlist, Give The Summer Some. The tape will feature new exclusives from artists like Cozz (a new Dreamville signee), Bas, Bad Lucc, Bizzy Crook and more.
Game already has two projects in his 2014-2015 pipeline, his Blood Money crew album Blood Money La Familia, and a follow up to his seminal debut, The Documentary 2. Both are already pretty heavily anticipated, thanks to his Blood Money "Bigger Than Money" leak and word that Dr.
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.
Ab-Soul delivered a banger yesterday which featured ScHoolboy Q, "Hunnid Stax." Although Mac Miller wasn't credited on the track, mid-record you can hear Mac drop a few slow-paced bars before the track picks up pace again. Now in a new interview with XXL, Soulo reveals that Mac Miller's L.A.
Dr. Dre's on-again, off-again album Detox has become a bit of a punchline in the hip hop community. The proposed follow up to 1999's Chronic 2001 has been in the works for years, and has even had a few false-start singles.
Snoop Dogg has been pretty active in a variety of his pseudonyms over the last year. He released his reggae album as Snoop Lion, his funk album as Snoopzilla, and some rap tapes as Snoop Dogg. Now it appears we'll be getting a studio album from the Dogg himself, and he's got some high profile guests involved.
Lil Boosie was released from prison just last week, and he's wasted no time getting back in the studio since. Since he got out, we've already seen him freestyle the whole way home from the pen, as well as release three new tracks (including one with longtime collaborator Webbie).
We've seen some surprising pair ups in the studio recently (Future and Andre 3000 comes to mind), but this latest one may take the cake. A photo posted to Big K.R.I.T.'s Instagram shows the Mississippi rapper in the studio with none other than MMG bawse Rick Ross.