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Dj Dister releases the latest single off his album Roll Wit Dis.


In the final part of “Release Roundtable,” Pusha T takes our panel of internet heavyweights through his tracks “Hold On” featuring Rick Ross and “No Regrets” with Young Jeezy & Kevin Cossom. The committee wraps up with their honest commentary on Pusha’s album My Name Is My Name.

If you missed parts 1 & 2, click here.



Heads have been waiting 4 years for a new Dudley Perkins solo record – this Black Friday November 29th it arrives. The new album Dr. Stokley finds Dudley over production from Kankick, Georgia Anne Muldrow, and Madlib.



From Starvin B’s album Be Like Water, available for streaming here.



Brand new mixtape from The Game, with features from Diddy, Nipsey Hussle, Jeezy, Elijah Blake, Juicy J, Skeme, Ty Dolla $ign, Too $hort, ScHoolboy Q, K. Roosevelt, Clyde Carson, Problem, Stacy Barthe, Fred the Godson, Sam Hook, Shantelle, Stat Quo and Joe Moses.
Hit continue reading for the tracklist & download link.


As part of Peter Rosenberg’s increasingly popular series titled The Process, the next artist to sit down and discuss career beginnings and musical steps was Joey Bada$$. Rising as one of the most popular acts from New York, the rapper went into detail about growing up with hip-hop in his family, finding time to reach the studio whilst still in school, his state of mind when creating on his own and with the Pro Era collective, the notable energy of his performances at live shows, areas where he’s still trying to improve and much more.


In the next episode for A$AP Rocky’s “Back & Forth” interview series, the King of the Trill and legendary rapper Bun B was featured. Bun opens up with breaking down the real background behind the meaning of the word “TRILL”, which he and Pimp C grew up with the terminology in Port Arthur, Texas. Bun went on to embrace the A$AP Mob paying homage to him, DJ Screw and others being the only NYC cats listening to southern sounds before everybody took page out of their note.

B went on to say he was doing the same thing at their age listening to Leaders of the New School, A Tribe Called Quest and New Orleans sounds in comparison to only listening to stuff around their way.



Los Angeles emcee Nipsey Hussle has unleashes his latest mixtape, Crenshaw. Nips first release since dropping The Marathon Continues in 2011, the mixtape has a total of 21 original tracks, including “Checc Me Out,” “Blessings” and “All Get Right.” Throughout the project, Nispey is also joined by the likes of Dom Kennedy, James Fauntleroy, Rick Ross, Skeme and Slim Thug. Beats courtesy of 9th Wonder, 1500 or Nothin, Cozmo, The Futuristics, Teeflii and more.

Download the mixtape HERE.



In much anticipation, Boldy James and Alchemist drop off the stream to their upcoming album, My 1st Chemistry Set. Quietly kept, it’s been known Boldy would make a great project with Alchemist behind the boards and these two have quite the chemistry (no pun… kind of), heavyweight production and gritty lyrics is exactly what they provided you with. Alongside features from Action Bronson, Earl Sweatshirt, Domo Genesis, Da$h, King Chip, Freeway, and more, there’s no disappointment here, just raw hip-hop made in the streets of Detroit. You can officially cop My 1st Chemistry Set on October 15th.

Stream the album here.

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From their mixtape BetterOffDead.

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