Back in December Skippa Da Flippa released the I’m Havin mixtape and today he is back to drop a visual for the opening track off the project.
Quality Control’s OG Maco contributed this new dark track titled “New Money” to Harlem producer Austin Millz’ new compilation, Searching For Gotham. Hear the new track after the jump.
Toronto’s Redway is back with another hard-hitting new track today reuniting with WondaGurl, who produced all of his Years Ahead project. Hear “Eat” after the jump and look for much more to come from Redway in the near future.
Master P stops by The Breakfast Club to sit down and talk about the new “Power” single, Money Mafia, Lil Wayne collaboration, Cash Money, upcoming album and plenty more. Watch the full sit down after the jump.
While we wait for ILoveMakonnen to release his upcoming Drink More Water 5 project, the OVO artist decides to revisit the previous installment of the mixtape series and remix the track “21st Street” with the addition of Snoop Dogg.
Hear it down below.
Kanye drops off a Spike Jonze directed accompanying video for his dedication to his daughter Nori, the Paul McCartney-assisted single “Only One”, which he debuted on The Ellen Show.
See it below and let’s hope he comes up with an album title and more details soon.
Hustle Gang teammates Yung Booke and Shad Da God link up to give us a visual for their collaboration “Expressing Swag” off Booke’s City On My Back 2 mixtape.
We are sure everyone is aware of the ongoing feud between Lil Wayne and Birdman/Cash Money. After revealing that the label owed him $8 million for his delayed album Tha Carter V, Wayne kept his promise and is taking it to the courts but the grand total he is going after is a total of $51 million.
According to the lawsuit, besides the money Weezy also wants to end the contract with Cash Money and take Young Money with him, which includes artists Drake and Nicki Minaj. It seems C5 may only be released if Birdman antes up. This could whole situation could get very interesting.
Juicy J takes on probably the hardest beat from J. Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive and adds a couple verses of his own. Juicy will be dropping his Blue Dream & Lean 2 mixtape before his next album so let’s hope that arrives soon.