While we wait for a full download for Funkmaster Flex’s new mixtape that dropped earlier tonight on his app, Pro Era decides to release the track that Joey Bada$$ gave Flex for the tape. Over this slow, bass-slapping beat produced by fellow Pro Era member Kirk Knight, Joey Bada$$ and Nyck Caution drop some dope bars on the instrumental. If you think this Joey verse sounds familiar, it’s because he spit this verse in his XXL Freshman Freestyle. Go hotbox the whip and let this one ride out.
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Rockie Fresh continues his birthday celebration with yet another track from his upcoming mixtape titled ‘Rollin’. He grabs a guest verse from fellow MMG artist Gunplay over this Dot Da Genius production, who apparently is still killing shit. His surprise mixtape, The Birthday Tape, is set to drop next week.
The Wow, which consists of K.O. The Legend and producer Balthazar Getty, recruit Epic Records’ latest signee Vinny Cha$e for the official remix to their ‘Whittier Blvd’ single. If you aren’t up on Vinny Cha$e, download his Golden Army mixtape that dropped last year. Keep an eye on this Harlem rapper because I believe he’s going to have a big year for 2013 as you can see since he signed a deal earlier this year. Expect his next project to late in the last quarter of 2013 since he has stated that in his interviews. You can also watch the official video for ‘Whitter Blvd’ after the jump. Doobies to X for the premier.
One day after the announcement that he has inked a deal with Def Jam, Logic returns with a new freestyle over a classic Outkast instrumental. The way he just flows effortlessly and displays his lyrical ability over this beat is a clear indicator that he was a right pick for this year’s XXL Freshmen Class. His next project, Welcome to Forever, is set to drop on May 7th before he starts prepping for his debut album that will be produced by No I.D.
Rockie Fresh unleashes this new track titled “Panera Bread”, which include some shots at XXL for not including him and Casey Veggies in the XXL Freshmen Class (as he should), produced by Lunice of TNGHT. Lookout for this to be included on his The Birthday Tape, which is set to drop next week.
Miami’s Pouya has been on a roll this year. After dropping a joint EP with SDotBraddy in Warbuck$ and officially joining Robb Bank$’ Smart Stunnas label this past week, he’s back to drop his new single. Off his upcoming Don’t Sleep On Me Hoe 2 mixtape, here is a new banger from Pouya titled ‘Hold Up’. You can pick up the first Don’t Sleep On Me Hoe here.
The cool thing about being a well respected producer like Statik Selektah is you can make crazy, unimaginable collabs happen like this track. For the first release off his upcoming Extended Play album that will be released via Duck Down Records, Statik enlists the help of Raekwon, Joey Bada$$ and Black Thought to showcase their lyrical ability over his production. In addition, the compete album is also set to include features from the likes of Bun B, Styles P, Talib Kweli, Hit-Boy Action Bronson, Sean Price, Mac Miller and Freddie Gibbs, just to name a few.
After dropping a bombshell of a single earlier tonight with DJ Khaled, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne, Drake continues to make the night better with a second brand new track titled ‘Girls Love Beyonce’. With James Fauntleroy on the hook and the chorus taking a sample from a Destiny’s Child classic, you can expect this one geared specifically for the ladies. Take a listen to the new track below.
After Drake dissed Chris Brown and announced that he would be dropping two new tracks this week, Funkmaster Flex drops the new DJ Khaled track featuring Drake, Rick Ross, and Lil Wayne “No New Friends”. And you know it’s only right to have this new banger produced by Boi-1da and 40. All we have right now is the youtube audio, post will be updated as soon as a DL link and CDQ is posted.
UPDATE: Just like that, we got the CDQ and download link.
Cocaine 80s is back with some new smooth tunes produced by none other than No I.D. of course. The track features verses from frequent collaborator and G.O.O.D. Music artist, Common. Think is crazy dope because it sounds like Vintage Common on this record. Like as if this record is more than 10 years old and it was a left over off his Be album. It’s definitely safe to say Common still got it.