E-40 links up with rising Bay rapper Kamaiyah for this new cut titled “Petty” that will likely land on 40’s upcoming dual album The D-Boy Diary: Book 1 & 2 which is expected to arrive in November.
The standout record, “Law” featuring E-40, from Yo Gotti’s The Art Of Hustle album gets a matching music video today. It can be seen after the jump.
E-40 has another set of albums on the way with The D-Boy Diary 1 & 2 arriving next month. We got to hear the first single “Slappin” featuring Nef The Pharaoh and D.R.A.M. a month ago and now they return with the matching video. See the clip down below.
E-40 has a new single for us to enjoy and we think everyone will do just that after listening. 40 teams up with fellow Bay Area native Nef The Pharaoh along with D.R.A.M. for “Slappin” and it can be heard after the jump.
Freddie Gibbs has his Shadow Of A Doubt album arriving tomorrow and today we get to hear one of the cuts. Gangsta Gibbs calls on Gucci Mane and E-40 to lend their skills on “10 Times” produced by Sid “Speakerbomb” Miller. Hear it after the jump and check back tomorrow to stream the album.
Last week Ty Dolla $ign released his debut album Free TC and now returns with a new visual. Ty brings to life the E-40 featured “Saved” and it can be seen down below.
Ty Dolla $ign revealed the official tracklist (see it below) for his upcoming and highly anticipated album Free TC. He also lets go of the next single and it is called “Saved” with a feature from E-40 and a backdrop provided by DJ Mustard. Listen down below.
E-40’s album single “Choices (Yup)”, which if you haven’t heard yet we suggest checking out, gets an updated version today repping for his hometown NBA team Golden State Warriors during their NBA Playoffs run.
Back in October Vell released his DJ Mustard and DJ Amen hosted Stay Down To Come Up mixtape and to help the campaign he decides to release a video for the standout “Bitch Nigga” track. Watch the Oakland native link with Bay Area legend E-40 and Detroit’s Doughboyz Cashout in the video after the jump.
IAMSU! connects with Bay Area OG’s Too $hort and E-40 to put on for their city and claim they are the last of the real. Get a look at the black and white visual for “T.W.D.Y.” after the jump and be sure to go scoop Su’s album Sincerely Yours if you missed it last year.