Turk’s upcoming album, Mission Possible has been pushed back and will no longer be dropping on May 5th, but his #TurkExclusiveFriday series will continue as planned.
Today we’re a day early but get another exclusive banga titled “Da Real Thugga” produced by Cassius Jay.
He’s back! Wasting no time, James Fauntleroy continues to bless us with new acoustic tracks. His latest, a tender guitar-laden tune simply titled “CPR.”
With the straight to the point description of “fn awesome af,” James pretty much sums up the smooth tune, and all this recent releases.
“I really love you, that’s why I want to, live long as I can / But I can’t because you love so deadly, you won’t let me breath anymore,” he sings.
Take a listen to his latest below:
Duct Tape Ent’s own Trouble and director Deno Terrorteno shoot a visual for his Gritty Boi and Dah Dah assisted track “Boolin It” produced by Tek Support Productions.
Here’s the tagless version of Bankroll Fresh new banga “Come Wit It” produced by TM88.
Teyana Taylor has surprised fans with a brand new R&B ballad, and unlike the title no one will be “Sorry.”
Showcasing her often over-looked vocal abilities, the first lady of G.O.O.D. Music gets emotional as she sings about a man that didn’t know how to love her right.
“I’m sorry you didn’t know how to love me / I’m sorry I wasn’t beautiful to you / Sorry you didn’t understand how to be my man,” she sings over soft keys.
Teyana is currently working on her delayed debut album. No word if this track is intended to be a single or if it’s just a leak at the moment. Take a listen below:
Most Dope collective rapper Bill grabs Mac Miller and Ab-Soul for “Camp Fire” produced by Larry Fisherman.
This appears on his recently released mixtape Vagrant.
Meyhem Lauren returns with a new cut titled ‘Silk Shirts & Yellow Gold’ produced by Buckwild.
This is the first leak from their collaborative album, Silk Pyramids due May 27th.
Mobb Deep drops ‘The Outcome,’ a new cut off Whoo Kid and DJ S.Whit’s mixtape The Elevation 2 dropping on 4/20.
For their second broadcast of the week DJ Carisma and Abby De La Rosa returned to TheMixShow studios on Tuesday for another episode of “The Cookie Jar.” Last night the ladies were joined by fellow Cali native Mila J, who has been heating up the airwaves with her new single “Smoke, Drink, Break-Up.”
The singer/dancer, who is Jhené Aiko’s older sister, spoke about her hiatus from music and decision to comeback now as a solo artist. She spoke about being into rap as a kid, thinking she was the female Snoop Dogg, her love for TLC and Janet Jackson and more early inspirations. Mila talked about her buzzing single, working with Ty Dolla $ign, upcoming music and much more.
As always Carisma spun the hottest and sexiest in current R&B along with some throwbacks, while Abby asked all the juicy questions.
Stream and download the full show below:
QC The Label’s Rich The Kid teams up with K Camp for ‘Rich Nigga Shit’ produced by DeeMoney.
Rich’s new mixtape Feels Good 2 Be Rich is coming soon.