Easily the biggest shock at SXSW seems to be 2 Chainz bringing out Big Sean and Kanye West during his set. Up top, catch Big Sean and Kanye performing “A$$”, “Marvin Gaye & Chardonnay” and “Can’t Tell Me Nothing”. I guess we should be expecting these two on 2 Chainz’s debut album? I’m wit it.
Mel Wellman is back with another banger with this self-produced track which is the third leak from his upcoming mixtape. Noise In The Library II is set to drop on March 27th.
Did Wale just keep all the good tracks from making the final cut of Ambition? I’m still mad ‘Tats On My Arms’ didn’t make it onto the album. Tagged up version for now. UPDATE: NO DJ/Tagless version out now.
The official second single from Mike James’ upcoming release After School which is slated to drop on June 8th, the day after the school year is over.
Odd Future’s upcoming album is only a couple days away from dropping, and a few cuts have began to surface. Easily the most anticipated one is this track that features Earl. At first Tyler confirmed that Earl would NOT appear on the album, it appears that plans have changed.
Brand new solo track from Frank Ocean that is set to live on Odd Future Tapes Vol. 2 which is set to drop in a couple days.
During Theophilus London’s Tour de Roses, he stopped in Miami to rock a great show and talk a little bit about his upcoming release entitled “Lovers Holiday II: Rose Island”. He talks a little on other subjects and recalls another project “Timez Are Weird These Nights” which is a remix album coming soon as well. It was cool to be able to chat with him, even if I did most of the talking…but he was probably just saving his voice for the performance.
Props: Golden Underground
Here goes the official video for the third track off Raekwon’s Unexpected Victory mixtape that dropped a couple months ago.
Performing at the RubyHornet and Sucker Free’s Digital Freshness showcase at SXSW, Raekwon performs “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” and pays tribute to a fallen Wu-Tang legend.
In this video, Freddie Gibbs runs through “Rob Me A Nigga” and “187 Proof” while opening up on Raekwon’s “Unexpected Victory” tour across the country. Luckily, the tour hits South Florida soon so I can’t wait to see Freddie Gibbs live for the first time.