Buzzing Atlanta rapper Que drops off the official visual for his Sonny Digital-produced banger Time. This will appear on his forthcoming EP Who Is Que, which drops on March 25th.
Watch the Chad Tennies-directed video below.
Although it wasn’t supposed to be released until next month, the highly anticipated Kid Cudi and Skylar Grey collaboration Hero has surfaced online for our listening pleasure. The WZRD-produced track will appear on the soundtrack for the upcoming Need For Speed movie, which will be in theaters this Friday (the 14th).
Rico Love, Ludacris, Tiara Thomas and Emjay team up with director Erik White to bring us the official visual for the They Don’t Know remix. This remix will appear on the singer-songwriter’s upcoming physical EP Discreet Luxury, which is set to arrive in stores on April 8th.
Check out the visual below.
Ever since Freddie Gibbs split from Jeezy‘s CTE imprint, the two artists have pretty much avoided each other and sent subliminal shots at each other via Twitter and in verses. Now, Gibbs is preparing to release a new diss record aimed at Jeezy and here is a video of him performing it for the first time out in Chicago. The track is titled Real and will appear on his upcoming Piñata LP with Madlib.
Check it out below.
Hip-Hop is definitely making a name for itself on the Billboard charts so far this year and Rick Ross is the latest artist to contribute to that statement. According to HDD, Rick Ross’ Mastermind album sold 184,726 copies in its first week and topped out Pharrell’s G I R L album, which sold 110,090 copies in its first week. Congrats to both artists and their teams!
Meek Mill is currently working on his sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money and while in the studio, Meek decides to spit a freestyle with the same title as the upcoming album. Watch the DJ Scoob Doo-directed video below where he spits over A$AP Rocky’s Ghetto Symphony instrumental.
Black Portland, aka Young Thug and Bloody Jay, deliver this new record entitled All Type A Drugs. This will appear on DJ Lil Keem and DJ Esco’s upcoming mixtape Bout Dat Life.
After teasing us on Twitter for a couple of weeks, Chief Keef finally unleashes his brand new single Fuck Rehab featuring Blood Money. The track is produced by Bezz Luciano and will appear on Keef’s upcoming Bang 3 album. The track will also be available for purchase via iTunes on Wednesday.