Not only did Travi$ Scott surprise us with a free project today in Days Before Rodeo but he also dropped off a visual for the Big Sean and The 1975 assisted single “Don’t Play” that released back in May and is also featured on the project. Take a look at the visual below and stay tuned for a stream and download of the new tape.
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.
Common lets go of the latest leak from his upcoming Nobody’s Smiling album and it is a Big Sean featured track titled “Diamonds.” The album will be in stores July 22nd and is available for pre-order on iTunes.
Listen after the jump.
Big Sean is back with another recap video of his weekend and in this latest entry he heads to Bates Academy in Detroit to be principal for the day, meets up with Drake in Houston to help with his Houston Appreciation Weekend, then ends up back at home in Detroit again.
Watch the vlog below.
After hearing a leak of it last week, Travi$ Scott releases the official version of the Vinylz-produced single “Don’t Play” featuring Big Sean and indie rock band The 1975.
Take a listen below.
Travi$ Scott premiered this track down at SXSW back in March and now we finally get an official version of the Big Sean assisted “Don’t Play.” We like to see that La Flame is back in the studio working on new music so hopefully we get a few more releases in the near future.
Stream after the jump.
Big Sean drops off his latest weekend recap and in this one he performs at Coachella with RL Grime, becomes the first rapper to perform at the White House and then back to Cali for a photoshoot for Aura Gold.
Watch after the jump.
Logic is preparing to give us his While You Wait EP and to hold us over during the wait he drops off a Big Sean assisted track titled “Alright.” Production handled by TDE’s Tae Beast.
You know the deal. We are back with another week of quiet releases that we believe deserve to be played a little louder. Check out the list below and let us know some of the tracks you think were skipped over this past week.