With release date finally known (Dec. 31st) for Nipsey Hussle’s Mailbox Money album, Nip decides to let go of the projects tracklist. Featured on the 15-tracks are guest appearances and production from the likes of Rick Ross, Dom Kennedy, Hit-Boy, K Camp, DJ Mustard, DJ Kahlil, Trae Tha Truth and more. Get a look at the full tracklist below and prepare to get the project tomorrow.
Mike Will’s Ransom mixtape that will consist of 20 tracks of all brand new music is arriving next week on the December 15th. Before the tape drops to help build some extra anticipation the ATL producer reveals the projects tracklist and it will definitely have you a little more excited to hear it. Features on the tape are coming from the likes of Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Rae Sremmurd, Kendrick Lamar, Future, Young Thug, Migos and plenty more of our favorite artists. See it below.
Looks like there is another Chief Keef project to add to the schedule of releases. This one is expected to release next week on December 16th and will be titled Nobody: The Album. The title track “Nobody” appears to have a Kanye West feature on there. Take a look at the artwork above and then peep the projects tracklist after the jump.
Rae Sremmurd’s latest single “Throw Sum Mo” featuring assistance from Nicki Minaj and Young Thug finally arrives and it is just in time to build extra hype (as if “No Flex Zone” and “No Type” didn’t do that already) for their debut SremmLife. Take a listen to the track, see the tracklist for the project and prepare for SremmLife to arrive on January 6th.
J. Cole recently announced plans to release a new album titled 2014 Forest Hills Drive on December 9th. With project now being available for pre-order, we get to see the final tracklist that includes no outside features. Get a look at the full list below and prepare to grab the project on the 9th.
A$AP Ferg is releasing his Ferg Forever mixtape tomorrow and decides to give fans a sneak peak into what to expect by revealing the projects tracklist. Fergenstein calls on the likes of Big Sean, Childish Major, SZA, Clams Casino, A$AP Nast, Big K.R.I.T. (production) and more for the 19-track project.
Peep the full tracklist below and check back tomorrow to get the tape.
This is great news. Kevin Gates will be dropping a follow up to one of his best tapes in his catalog, The Luca Brasi Story, that will be released in about a month on December 16th. After already giving us By Any Means earlier this year, Gates is ready to bring new sounds to fans before the years end.
Luca Brasi 2 will be a Gangsta Grillz project and will be available on iTunes. The new project will have a total of eighteen tracks including “Out The Mud”, which we heard over the summer, and his latest single “I Don’t Get Tired” featuring August Alsina.
Get a look at the cover art for the project above and look at the full tracklist after the jump to see what to expect on December 16th.
With Rozay’s album, Hood Billionaire, set to arrive November 24th the MMG leader decides to reveal the official tracklist for the project. Get a look at the titles of all 18-tracks below to know what to expect. Unfortunately the features are not included on this list so we will have to wait to see who Ross called on for assistance.
See the list below.
This Thursday Da Mafia 6ix will be releasing their new mixtape Hear Sum Evil and before the full tape arrives we get to see a new visual. Minus Gangsta Boo on this one, the Da Mafia teams up DJ Zirk for a video to the third track off the upcoming tape, “Lock’m N Da Trunk.” See the video below and get a look at the tapes full tracklist as well.
We have been anticipating Scotty’s Spaghetti Junction project for far too long and the wait will finally be over October 21st. With only a few days until the release Scotty reveals the official artwork and tracklist for the project so fans can get an idea of what to expect with production and features. The tape will include appearances from IAMSU!, Bun B, K.E. On The Track, Doe B, Childish Major, Young Dolph and more. Peep the full tracklist below and prepare to get the tape next week, we have a feeling this won’t be one to skip.