Fresh off the release of his new album Legends Never Die, R.A. the Rugged Man unveils the most highly-anticipated visual off the project. “Holla-Loo-Yuh” features Tech N9ne, with fellow Strange Music emcee Krizz Kaliko on the hook.
Producer Alchemist and Prodigy drops a new visual for “Dough Pildin’“ off their collaborative LP, Albert Einstein. The visual shows the Mobb Deep member in his element, showing off his accolades and driving around NYC.
Last night, kanYe West released his new album Yeezus on his site and today the folks over at Spotify have the full album on stream available. Today we get to hear the ten tracks album which features Frank Ocean, Justin Vernon, Cheif Keef, and many more.
Stream Yeezus below and purchase your copy on iTunes here.
On July 9th, legendary DJ Tony Touch will release his third installment in his Piece Maker series, Today we get ‘V.I.P.’ featuring West Coast artists Too $hort, Xzibit and Kurupt.
Peep the Clean version below.
DJ Kay Slay grabs Uncle Murda, Byrd Gang’s Shoota and Chinx Drugz for his latest release “In The Trunk.” The song features a Lloyd Banks sample on the hook. This will appear on Slay’s forthcoming mixtape The Last Champion dropping later this month.
Juicy J and Wale link up once again on this new track called ”Bounce It“ featuring Trey Songz. This will be featured on J‘s upcoming Stay Trippy album.
Mario has made an impressive return with his hot single “Somebody Else” featuring Nicki Minaj.
As the R&B crooner begins for his return to the scene and forthcoming album, he has shot the music video for the Polow Da Don produced jam.
Mario and Nicki meet up in NYC to film the official visual in an apartment overlooking the city. The single is available on iTunes now.
Take a look at the official behind-the-scenes footage below.
Duct Tape Ent’s Trouble returns with his new mixtape The Return of December 17th. The project features appearances by Alley Boy, Pusha T, Trae The Truth, CyHi The Prynce, Ca$h Out, Big Bank Black and more.
Stream, tracklist and download below.
R. Kelly brought some grindin music to the stage of the 2013 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival this Saturday. The R&B King closed out the show in Manchester, TN as the headlining act, as he had the crowd jammin to hits such as “Ignition” and “Thoia Thoing.”
Kellz delivered a special treat when he shared the stage with Jim James, Billy Idol, Brittany Howard, and John Oates for a cover of Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come.”
“@Bonnaroo #superjam with @jimjames @JohnOates … Epic night,” tweeted Kellz.
Check out some video footage below:
While out in the West Coast, French Montana grabs DJ Skee for the SkeeMix of his single ‘Ain’t Worried About Nothin’ now featuring The Game, Problem, Dizzy Wright & Crooked I. Excuse My French in stores now.