Today is great as DJ Esco and Future decide to feed the world some brand new music. Esco releases Project E.T. (Esco Terrestrial) hosted by Future and it includes 13-brand new songs from him with some big name features. Throughout the tape we get to hear Future team up with the likes of 2 Chainz, Drake, Young Thug, Rae Sremmurd, Lil Uzi Vert, Rich Homie Quan and Juicy J. Stream and download below.
Billard is back with some dope new music just in time for the holiday weekend as he links up with UnoTheActivist on “W.W.Y.S. (Watch What You Say)” produced by 100Staccs. Take a listen after the jump.
Logic decides to surprise everyone and drop a new project today titled Bobby Tarantino. The tracklist includes 11-tracks with Logic handling most of it himself besides one feature from Pusha T. Stream after the jump and go cop on iTunes.
Lil Yachty is the next XXL Freshman to drop off a freestyle and give us a little more background on himself. Watch down below.
OVO’s Roy Woods has dropped off his latest project today, Waking At Dawn. Coming with a total 10 tracks, the Toronto crooner decides to do away with features and handle it all by himself. Stream down below and cop over on iTunes.
Fredo Santana drops off a tough new joint featuring Chief Keef titled “Gun Violence” and produced by DY of 808 Mafia. Take a listen below and expect this to land on Fredo’s upcoming 808 Mafia produced album Fredo Mafia arriving July 4th.
Fly Tye is back with some new music as he drops off a “Same Hoes” freestyle to keep everyone entertained until his next project arrives. Hear it after the jump.
ScHoolboy Q continues the roll out his Blank Face album that will fully arrive next week. Last week Q dropped off the visual for “By Any Means” which was part one of a short film and today we get part two, which is for the single “Tookie Knows II.” Watch the almost 9-minute clip down below.
21 Savage has us all champing at the bit waiting for Savage Mode to release, which will hopefully be July. While we wait though we get to see the newly named 2016 XXL Freshman spit his freestyle and let us learn a little more about him. Watch both clips down below.
Toronto newcomer TJ is back with a brand new single for us to get familiar with. Take a listen to his first offering “Kill Me 1st” after the jump.