Young M.A. toe tags and buries the instrumental to Busta Rhymes’ “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See” while appearing with the L.A. Leakers. This one is serious. Where’s the album at?
After reminding everyone that he can rhyme a little bit, Method Man drops the official video for the Dame Grease produced “Grand Prix.”
The summer may be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean Royce 5’9″ can’t boast about having it on lock, right? The Detroit emcee recruits Fabolous, Pusha T and Jadakiss for the video to “Summer on Lock” from his stellar Book of Ryan album.
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HERE IS THE PLAYLIST FOR AUGUST 14, 2018
AUGUST GREENE (COMMON, KAREEM RIGGINS & ROBERT GLASPER) FEAT. KIRK FRANKLIN, KIERRA SHEARD & BJ THE CHICAGO KID – OPTIMISTIC REMIX
Common, Kareem Riggins and Robert Glasper dropped the August Greene project earlier this year and now the trio remix the opening song “Optimistic” with a little help from BJ The Chicago Kid, Kirk Franklin and Kierra Sheard.
T-Pain has boatloads of music that has been collecting dust and finally decided that he should cut it all loose. With that comes his “Everything Must Go Vol. 1” mixtape that gives us a taste of what T-Pain has been holding on to. One of the standout tracks features Joe Budden and Joey Bada$$ on “That’s Me.”
The legendary Underground King is back. Bun B is set to drop Return of the Trill on August 31st and drops off “Recognize” featuring T.I. and Big K.R.I.T.
Ace Hook connects with Joell Ortiz and Talib Kweli for “Signs” from Clark’s Black Privilege that will drop on 9-14-18 and will feature Talib Kweli, Joell Ortiz, Beanie Sigel, Elzhi, Fashawn & Skyzoo.
Wyclef and Canibus reunite after a disastrous album and a storied beef to drop “Letter to Canibus” where the two go back and forth and recall all of the missteps before making amends.
A week after formally announcing his signing with Top Dawg Entertainment, Reason drops the video to “The Soul.” The visuals pull together studio and concert footage so you can get a more intimate look at the Cali rapper.