Roc Nation signee Jahlil Beats compiles just under 50 of his most recent production credits for the following tape… better proving that he’s one of the most sought after young producers in the game right now. Featuring prime cuts by Meek Mill, Jim Jones, Rick Ross, Red Cafe, Tony Yayo, Bow Wow, Los, Jae Millz & many more
Donald Glover, bka Childish Gambino, dropped a new track off his forthcoming mixtape today for the fans. Do you think it’s a bit much/too soon for his “die for my hood like Trayvon” bar? Listen below and let us know.
Heard this one last night night in the club where “Ether Boy” Ron Browz stopped thru. Just in case you were wondering where it at check out new single for the summer “Where It At Tonight” after the jump.
Chris Brown gave fans not one but two tracks today. “See Through” was released as a thank you for making his song “Turn Up The Music” his first #1 hit in he UK. Both songs showcase his singing and rapping skills, which are surprisingly not bad, and are produced by Drumma Boy. “Oh Yeah” is definitely my favorite of the two tracks. Listen to both below.
Nope, that title is not an April Fools’ Joke, Diggy released a new freestyle that takes direct shots at J. Cole. During the first verse, Diggy goes in on people questioning him about his family but there’s no doubt that the 2nd verse is directed at Cole. Apparently Diggy’s angry about Cole’s “Purple Rain” lyrics and the assumption that Cole is talking about having intimate relations with Vanessa Simmons. In my opinion, Cole’s lyrics could be about any girl whose father is a Reverend. Cole also referenced Diggy on his song “Grew Up Fast” saying “you more Diggy, I’m more Biggie.” In my opinion Cole’s lyrics on “Purple Rain” could be about any girl whose father is a Reverend but because Cole and Vanessa both went to St. John’s University together I guess people are assuming it’s about her. It seems as if Diggy is attempting to boast those album sales, but he might be doing a bit too much, we’ll have to wait and see if Cole responses. Listen to Diggy’s “What You Say To Me” below.