Lil Wayne is back with his first official release since “Sorry 4 The Wait 2″, “Free Weezy Album” features Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa, Cory Gunz, Euro and more.
The production on the tape is handled by Onhel, Avenue Beatz, Infamous, T@, Kane Beatz, Reefa Beats, Nascent, Sakwe, DVLP, Cool & Dre, and more.
Stream: Lil Wayne – Free Weezy Album
Coming off the heels of their latest release “B.O.M.B.”, Toronto duo OSIYM fall through with the release of their 10-track EP, SPIRITS.
Offering an array of bass-heavy, eclectic and industrial soundwaves, SPIRITS celebrates the machine behind OSIYM. Whether it’s “Us”, that pays homage to Charlie’s late brother Nate, the internal struggle showcased on “Do Too Well,” or the club heavy trap singles “Go Down”, “No More” and “Fuckery”, OSIYM showcases a range of content while keeping a cohesive sound and balance as Charlie Black and Nova effortlessly trade bars.
With the dark waves of Toronto’s iconic sound etched in SPIRITS, Nova and Charlie Black capture the city while adding their own energetic and memorable hooks to the project, delivering more than a standout project from Canada, but a necessary listen from the breakthrough duo.
Today, independent Compton rapper and award winning producer and songwriter Problem teams up with HotNewHipHop.com to debut his brand new album, Mollywood 3: The Relapse (A Side) via Diamond Lane Music Group.
Executive produced by Bryant “Fastlane” Lawson and produced and arranged by Problem, the 18 track project is Problem’s followup to his acclaimed Welcome to Mollywood Part 2 with smash hit “Like Whaaat” and Welcome To Mollywood featuring fan favorite “Function” with E-40.
The Mollywood 3 project will be released in two sides: the first part debuts today and second part will be released this Thursday, July 2nd in partnership with DatPiff.com.
‘The Fitz x Tantrums EP’ is a four-track EP consisting of records in which I sample neo soul/indie pop band, Fitz and The Tantrums. I am fan of theirs and just really wanted to help bridge the gap to those who were unaware. Each record is produced by myself. Spread the word, good music must be heard… – CASH
The streets are already talking, now its time for the rest of the world.
Portland Rapper Mikey Vegaz releases his latest body of work, “Confessions Of A Hustler.” 21 tracks deep, dipped in street knowledge and hustle anthems – cementing Mikey as up and coming name to look out for on the West Coast and beyond.
One of the most travelled artists in the NW region, MV has already toured with legends such as E-40, Tech N9ne, Too Short, and more. Tapped by The Source Magazine’s “Unsigned Hype” in 2007, Mikey has stayed at the top of his game lyrically with 5 projects to date and an undeniable street buzz in the expanding PDX hip hop scene.
Be sure to download “Confessions Of A Hustler” below and check the promo visuals of Mikey Vegaz over J Cole’s “January 28th.”
New York City collective Da YoungFellaz consist of Bronx emcee Jay Storm & Brooklyn native Sho-Biz, both emcees value the true artistry of Hip-Hop and they aren’t afraid to embrace it in their rhymes.
Today we are blessed with the duos new mixtape, The New York Times, consisting of 13 tracks this a great soundtrack for the summer as both rhyme slayers infuse sounds of new and old to deliver a project with plenty of replay value.
Keeping the features to a minimum Da YoungFellaz call on L. Michele, Sal Capone, Crome, DeVo D. & Kami for verses and the production is handled in large part by Bravestarr, HitmakerDot & Andre Keys.
Hailing from Harlem, USA, Josh P has been putting his lyrical dexterity on full display, releasing new material throughout the year, and as promised, today he lets go of the second installment of his “Harlem Renaissance” mixtape series.
The 10 track project is very light on outside contributions, giving Josh P the space to max out on his creativity. Be sure to also check out the Deluxe version of “Harlem Renaissance 2″ currently available on iTunes.
This album talks about the trial’s & tribulations DC faces as a 22 year old black male trying to find his way in the world. DC tells us what it feels like being treated like an outcast, and how he still feels like one.
He also talks about not knowing who your true friends are, and how his love life feels stagnant. This is album was a healing process for DC, and he knows that there’s other people that can relate to his story.
Cincinnati-native, now Chicago-based artist MWII “Micah Wise The Second” releases his autobiographical solo debut. Repping his indy label POSTURE, his self-produced 11 track album “In The Midst Of It All” has appearances by THE HOLY KIT, David Ashley, and KHALFANIGLOBAL.