(Video) Migos – What The Price

In January Migos dropped their chart-topping sophomore album “CULTURE” and today they return with another dope visual from the project. After hitting the snowy mountains in “T-Shirt“, taking their talents to Africa in “Call Casting” and linking up with 2 Chainz in “Deadz” they are back with the official video for “What The Price.” The trio teams up with DAPS once again, who also directed the “T-Shirt” and “Deadz” video. The clip follows the trio as they perform the song dressed like rock stars in a field surrounded by demolished cars. The group then proceeds to a biker bar to handle some business but ends up with them in a bar fight. Migos need DAPS to direct all their videos from now on. Check it out below.


#MusicStillMatters Album Stream: Mike WiLL Made-It – Ransom 2

Mike WiLL Made-It has been teasing “Ransom 2” for about two years. While fans patiently waited for the album Mike WiLL lent his production to everyone from Beyonce to Miley Cyrus and established his Ear Drummers label and catapulted Rae Sremmurd into stardom. After numerous push-backs Mike WiLL revealed the tracklist and the release date for the album earlier this month and since then has released a new single everyday including, “Gucci On My” featuring 21 Savage, YG, and Migos, the Big Sean assisted intro “On The Come Up,” “Come Down” with Chief Keef and Rae Sremmurd, “Razzle Dazzle” featuring Future and “Aries (Yugo)” with Pharrell. With today being his 28th birthday Mike WiLL finally releases his long-awaited studio album “Ransom 2.” The 17 track project features the artist mentioned above plus Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane, Lil Yatchy, Young Thug, Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Rihanna, Eearz, Trouble Problem, and HoodyBaby. Stream the star-studded album below.


#MusicStillMatters Album Stream: Troy Ave – Dope Boy Troy

Troy Ave has had a lot on his plate since last year but that hasn’t stopped the Brooklyn rapper from feeding the streets. Last year he dropped three mixtapes including “Free Troy Ave,” “Roland Collins,” & closed it out with his “White Christmas 4” project. After releasing the singles “Freaks Only”, “Why”, and “Never Switch” the BSB general returns with his new mixtape “Dope Boy Troy.” The 9 track project features the previously released singles, doesn’t have any guest appearances and the production is handled by frequent collaborators Yankee, Rubi Rosa, Trilogy, and more. Listen below and grab the project on iTunes now.


#MusicStillMatters Album Stream: Raekwon – The WILD

Raekwon has been in the game for years and we are very lucky that he still around blessing us with quality music. Since announcing his upcoming album “The WILD” earlier this year he has dropped the lead single “This Is What It Comes Too,” “Purple Brick Road” featuring G Eazy, the Lil Wayne assisted banger “My Corner” and the official remix to “This Is What It Comes Too” featuring Ghostface Killah. Today as promised he releases his seventh studio album “The WILD” which features the artists already mentioned along with Andra Day and CeeLo Green. Da Chef is back and here to remind people ain’t shit change since “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx.” Listen to the album below.


#MusicStillMatters Album Stream: GoldLink – At What Cost

In 2015 GoldLink released his debut album “And After That, We Didn’t Talk.” The project did so well that it lead to him signing a major label deal with Sony RCA. Since then GoldLink has been hard at work on his sophomore album and major label debut “At What Cost.” After dropping “Meditation”, “Pray Everyday”, and his latest single “SummaTime” earlier today, the DMV artist returns with his new album “At What Cost.” The 14-track effort features guest appearances from Ciscero, Kokayi, Shy Glizzy (Crew), Kaytranada, Wale, Mya, Jazmine Sullivan and more. Stream the groovy album below and grab it on iTunes now.


(Video) Tory Lanez – Anyway

Tory Lanez keeps the new videos coming. Earlier this month he dropped the visuals to “DopeMan Go” off “The New Toronto 2.” With the mixtape getting an official retail release soon he revisits the project and drops the official video for the C-Sick produced track “Anyway.” The Mid Jordan and Tory Lanez directed video takes place in various locations throughout Europe and follows Tory as he spends the day walking around town. The video ends with Tory showing up at an underground party with some beautiful women by his side. Check it out below.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: Dave East – Party Monster (EastMix)

Since dropping his “Kairi Chanel” project Dave East has kept his foot on the gas pedal. Along with dropping EastMixes, he has collaborated with Casanova on his “Don’t Run” Remix, and Juelz Santana on “Time Ticking.” Today Dave East returns with another EastMix, this time he jumps on The Weeknd’s “Party Monster” and makes the Doc McKinney, Ben Billions, and The Weeknd produced track his own. In the description of the track, Dave East says that his upcoming project “Paranoia” is coming soon, which he has been teasing on Instagram lately.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: The Underachievers – Final Destination

The Underachievers will be dropping the follow-up to their 2015 mixtape “Evermore: The Art of Duality,” with their “Renaissance” project sometime this year. After dropping “Gotham Nights” and “Cobra Clutch” The Underachiever release the third single from the project, “Final Destination.” The track is produced by Pro Era member Powers Pleasant who also co-produced Joey Bada$$’ “Devastated” single.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: Troy Ave – Why

March 24th is stacked with releases and Troy Ave is going to join in on the fun. With his new project “Dope Boy Troy” dropping next week, he follows up the video for “Real Eyes Realize Real Lies” with his new single “Why.” The track finds Troy expressing how he feels about mainstream rappers not being able to keep it real over a production beat by Trilogy.


#MusicStillMatters EP: 24Hrs – Not Open Late

Atlanta crooner 24Hrs keeps the heat coming. After closing out last year with his two EPs “Sunset Blvd” and “24Hrs In Tokyo” with MadeInTyo he surprises fans with his new EP, “Not Open Late.” The project is five tracks long and features appearances from Rick Ross, PnB Rock, MadeInTyo, and Salma Slims. The production is handled by frequent collaborators Apex Martin, James Royo with additional production from Nard & B and DJ Mustard. Listen below.


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