Audio Push and Joey Bada$$ connect forces on the snow-covered train tracks and stairwells to release the visual for their “Tis The Season” (off Audio Push’s project Come As You Are) which was directed by Manuall Focus. Watch above!
The hardest working man behind bars aka Gucci Mane may be incarcerated but that doesn’t keep him from dropping his twelfth release of the year and the second installment in his The State vs. Radric Davis album series. Listen to 17-track The State Vs Radric Davis: The Caged Bird Sings below and buy the project via BandCamp here. We may not see Gucci as a free man for awhile so make sure you support this project. East Atlanta keep your head up!
The Based God graces Fredo Santana‘s track “Bird Talk” and brings a distinct, unorthodox flavor that only the Task Force commander could bring upon a song. Somehow this is tough, I honestly don’t know why. Listen to “Bird Talk”, a cut off Santana’s most recent mixtape It’s a Scary Site 2 above.
Apparently, Lil’ B is a multi-tasker, he sells dope and does FaceTime simultaneously.
Here it is folks, a day after dropping a new track with Soulja Boy, Drake FINALLY FINALLY FINALLY drops the highly anticipated track “Trophies” produced by Hit-Boy. The catchy horn-based beat mixes exquisitely with the flow Drizzy uses on the track. This however is the unfinished version. Look out for the full finished song to drop later on tonight. Peep the song above!
Drake promised to drop a plethora music before the end of the year and he delivered on his promise today by releasing a free verse over Soulja Boy‘s triumphant-sounding “We Made It”. For his verses, Drizzy utilizes his “Versace (Remix)” double-flow again to talk his usual braggadocios raps about groupies and the spoils that come with success. Listen above! Drake tweeted today that his long-awaited Hit-Boy-produced cut “Trophies” is up next.
In early January, A$AP Rocky released his debut album LongLiveA$AP and today we receive the long-awaited DJ Ron C “remix” of the album which has been “chopped not slopped” to perfection. The nearly two-hour album is perfect to kick off the weekend off with if you want pop a few Xanax bars and drink some promethazine. Po’ up a fo’ and stream the full album below.