We’re all invited to the funeral service as Fabolous buries the competition with the final installment of his There Is No Competition series.
The last of the trilogy, Death Comes In 3’s boasts 15 tracks with features from Trey Songz, Jadakiss, Styles P, Lloyd Banks, Meek Mill, Red Café and Paul Cain. It maybe Christmas but Loso is playing Grinch on this day to many rappers with this one.
DOWNLOAD: Fabolous "There Is No Competition III: Death Comes In 3’s"
In the last few days, a handful of records from St. Louis rapper Nelly’s new mixtape, O.E.MO, have hit the internet.
In vintage mixtape style, the platinum-selling artist has taking some of today’s hottest beats and giving them his own twist. Now, Nelly is back with his first project since last year’s 5.0 album, and you can download O.E.MO here. Enjoy.
If staying out of the public eye enables you to drop three significant mixtapes within one year, then a few artists need to take notes from Toronto’s own The Weeknd, who just did that with the release of his newest mixtape Echoes of Silence.
At first listen, the track covers Dirty Diana, the classic Michael Jackson song about a ruthless seductress. The track shows The Weeknd singing the hit well, capturing the essence of the King of Pop with his pitch and intensity.
The Young Money emcee Drake dropped his much-awaited follow-up to last year's Thank Me Later in November, and there were initial concerns that the record would not sell well due to initial low projections.
Well, the Headlines rapper can celebrate now because the LP has been certified platinum by Billboard, after a 5% increase on the 75,774 units sold in its fifth week of release. The news comes as the record dropped from the 7th spot to number 8 on the Hot 100 album charts. Congrats Drizzy.
Young Money artist Tyga has shed some light on the list of cameos he has lined up on forthcoming record Careless World: Rise of the Last King.
Labelmates Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne are likely to get guest verses, with Drake already being unveiled on the single 'Still Got It. In a recent interview, the Compton rapper filled in the rest of the blanks on Bay Area radio station Wild 94.9. [Read More]
Sunday, 18 December 2011 19:42 Written by
Azealia Banks is set to do big things. The young Harlem artist is classically trained in Performance Arts, but it's her raunchy raps over house beats that has her on the rise.
She's in a category all her own, and people are taking notice. She topped NME's 2011 Cool List, and according to her Tweet, even Kanye West has reached out. Stay on the look out, because 2012 is bound to be a big year for Miss Banks.
Here’s a nice Friday treat. Checkout the new single 6 Gone from Flint, Michigan native Don Dada's new project History In The Making.
If you like the gritty but soulful track, please make sure you support and give the album a purchase today. Don Dada definitely has something to wake the streets up. Enjoy.
Rick Ross has revealed he plans to drop a mixtape after writing an "album's worth" of material during a recent trip to South Africa.
Rozay has had a lot of free time on his hands since postponing the release of his fifth studio album God Forgives, I Don't due to a recent health scare, but it seems like he has spent it productively, albeit in the relaxing surroundings of a South African holiday home. [Read More]
Friday, 16 December 2011 14:40 Written by
It looks like Nicki Minaj isn’t the only chick with a male alter ego these days. Mýa is dabbling in vogue beats again on her catty new track Somebody Come Get This B*tch.
Mýa gives us a tale of what happens on a night out with her friends when girl drama starts to happen. The new track is lifted from the U.S. Version of her new album K.I.S.S., which will arrive December 20th.