Gunplay continues to release new music and tonight he drops off his freestyle over Pusha T’s unique Numbers On The Boards instrumental. His debut album, Living Legend, is set to drop next year.
Mac Miller decides to give fans an early Thanksgiving present with the release of this new record entitled I Come In Peace. Produced by Big Jerm and P. Fish.
E-40 will be releasing his next triple album, The Block Brochure 4, 5, & 6, on December 10th and here is the latest offering from it. This one is titled Chitty Bang and features guest appearances from Juicy J and Ty Dolla $ign. Produced by League of Starz.
Listen to the record below and pre-order the LP on iTunes here.
Lil Durk has been teasing it for a while and tonight we finally get to hear the official remix to his Dis Ain’t What You Want single, which now features new verses from Rick Ross, French Montana and Meek Mill. Durk’s new mixtape, Fuckery, is set to drop on January 5th.
Listen to the CDQ version below.
Tyga has just revealed the official artwork for his upcoming mixtape Well Done 4. The project is set to drop on December 9th!
Childish Gambino continues to release new music from his forthcoming album Because The Internet and today we get to hear track #7, Telegraph Ave.. Every release so far has been solid and we’re expecting great things from the LP when it drops on December 10th.
Joey Bada$$ manages to get an unreleased J Dilla beat to spit over for his latest offering, Two Lips. The track will be available for purchase on Friday via Akomplice Clothing.
Kid Ink gets a dope beat from Ned Cameron & The Optimist for his latest offering, My Last. This is taken from Google Play’s upcoming Hip Hop mixtape and will not appear on Ink’s forthcoming album.
Da Mafia 6ix team back up with Lil Wyte to shoot the official video for their most recent collaboration, Remember. This track originally appeared on their 6ix Commandments mixtape.
Eminem unleashes the official video to his recent single Rap God, which appeared on his platinum-selling album The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The visual is directed by Rich Lee and inspired by the 80′s TV show, Max Headroom. Dope!