Video: Joey Bada$$ Freestyles On Tim Westwood

July 26th, 2014 No comments

While visiting overseas, Joey Bada$$ stops by Tim Westwood and participated in a freestyle session spitting over the “Grindnin’ My Whole Life”, “No Flex Zone” and “0 To 100″ instrumentals.

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Audio: Big K.R.I.T. Feat. Rico Love – Pay Attention [Prod. By Jim Jonsin]

July 26th, 2014 No comments

Big K.R.I.T. has one of the hardest singles to drop this year with “Mt. Olympus” and now he is back with another new track, this time slowing it down a bit. With help from Rico Love and production from Jim Jonsin, K.R.I.T. gives us “Pay Attention” off his highly anticipated upcoming album Cadillactica.

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Video: Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito & King Sevin – 3005 (KeyMix)

July 25th, 2014 No comments

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After releasing the audio of their remix of Childish Gambino’s “3005″ single the other day, Troy Ave, Young Lito and King Sevin are now back with a visual. BSB Vol. 5 dropping soon. Watch the in-studio music video after the jump.

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Audio: Bishop Nehru & DOOM – Om

July 25th, 2014 No comments

Bishop Nehru and DOOM are finally releasing their collaborative album NehruvianDOOM on September 22nd in the UK and September 23rd in the U.S and for the latest leak we get to hear the second track “Om.”

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Video: Future – Coupe

July 25th, 2014 No comments

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Future releases a new exclusive track called “Coupe” with a animated video. This sounds like it would have been right at home on his Honest album. The track itself hits iTunes this Monday so for now enjoy the animated music video after the jump.

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Video: Common Feat. Big Sean – Diamonds

July 25th, 2014 No comments

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One of the standout tracks from Common’s new album Nobody’s Smiling gets the visual treatment. Watch the music video for “Diamonds” featuring Big Sean after the jump.

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Audio: K.E. On The Track Feat. Shy Glizzy & Goo Glizzy – Fxck The Robber

July 25th, 2014 No comments

After teaming up with Rich The Kid for “Getting To The Money” a week ago, K.E. On The Track is back with another new joint and this time he has the Glizzy Gang join him. Here is the world premiere of the producers latest single titled “Fxck The Robber” that features Shy Glizzy and Goo Glizzy. This is hard.

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Audio: Chill Will Feat. Takeoff – Back 2 Back

July 25th, 2014 No comments

Here goes a new track from Chill Will that has assistance from one third of the Migos, Takeoff. The track, “Back 2 Back”, is featured on the newly released Time To Put In Work 18.5 from DJ Murph, DJ 864 and DJ Lil Keem.

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Video: Ca$h Out – Let’s Get It Vlog: Studio To The Trenches

July 25th, 2014 No comments

Ca$h Out is back with a new vlog episode where he takes a break from recording his upcoming album Let’s Get It and heads to kick it in Zone 3, Atlanta aka the trenches. Watch after the jump and get the album August 5th when it releases lead by the single “She Twerkin” that has the clubs going crazy.

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Mixtape Review: Woop – Woop Lingo

July 25th, 2014 No comments

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Mixtape Review of Woop – Woop Lingo courtesy of Luke McCormick

This Woop review would be so much easier if this tape were garbage. The headline writes itself: “Big Woop” or something dumb like that. However, this thing bangs. Woop hails from Orlando, FL. which isn’t necessarily known for a booming rap scene. There’s no rhymes here about Woop popping a molly and riding Magic Mountain (though that sounds pretty great). Instead, he’s giving a side of the city that’s not in your local travel agent’s brochure.

There’s a whole mess of drugs. Woop really likes his drugs. He likes selling them and oh boy, does he like taking them. Tracks on Lingo get into his darker thoughts on his intake and pushing, but there’s also a lot of Woop turning the hell up.

 

“F’d Up” basically has two Woops dealing with being one “fucked up nigga”. We get Woop rapping wonderfully in double time about his Cali kush then busting in with an autotune moan about too many drugs, sounding like he’s near an OD. It’s an interesting contrast of voice like he’s trying to even out his uppers and downers. Then we also get the fun, jacked up Woop. The track that was getting pushed earlier this summer was “Rock Out Woop” and it’s a serious heater. Again Woop raps in his double time flow then goes back and forth with an autotune chirp. The song’s main strength is the sticky chorus of Woop yelping out the track’s title in a see-saw fashion. The Avengerz provide a minimal beat of two dark piano pangs with some laser precision synths until the hi-hats and booming drums kick back in for Woop to push that chorus even further into your brain. There’s also the line when he’s rapping about his hood “grass growin’ like it’s doing push ups” which is an awesome visual.

 

Woop utilizes that quick flow and a nice little autotuned voice throughout the tape. He has more in common vocally and sonically here to his Atlanta peers than any of his home state brethren you would think when pondering Florida rap. He’s using AYE ad-libs and repeating the last words of his lines in a loud chirp. The tape could fit in nicely with your PeeWee Longways, etc… Which makes perfect sense as Mr. Longway pops up here to shout his way through a memorable verse on “Wrapped Too Tight”.

 

The rest of the cameos here come from dudes most anyone is going to have to Google. YG Ivy makes the most of his bars on “HMC” bending his voice around like some opposite coast, nasally E-40 impersonator. That’s a compliment for Ivy. Caskey comes through on “What U Mean” doing a very good low-rent Drake rapping about kush bags “smellin’ like potpourri dog”, which might just be some Clove cigarettes. Woop’s geographical location may be a reason his name isn’t popping like someone coming from Atlanta, but the dude has pushed out a very solid tape with some varied sounds. His biggest asset is his ability to craft simple, stick with you hooks. Get this man to drop one on a bigger summer banger and turn him into a serious BIG WOOP!

 

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