Lil Wayne unleashed a leftover, “Terrorists (I’m Good),” from his latest album, I Am Not A Human Being II. Lil Wayne worked with Meek Mill on “Terrorists (I’m Good).” Stream the new offering below.
Lil Wayne ft. Meek Mill – "Terrorists (I’m Good)"
Pusha T releases his new single “Numbers On The Board” produced by Kanye West and Don Cannon. The instrumental is different to say the least, but King Pusha spits fire over the production. Stream Pusha T’s “Numbers On The Boards” below and look out for Pusha T’s solo debut album, My Name Is My Name.
Pusha T – "Numbers On The Boards"
Haven’t heard from Theophilus London in a minute so I was excited to see that he let loose a new offering today titled “Rio.” “Rio” features Menahan Street Band and was produced by Thomas Brenneck. “Rio” definitely has its island influences infused in the uplifting instrumentals. Theophilus London’s smooth vocals over the Thomas Brenneck production make this one a chill release. Stream “Rio” below and cop it on iTunes April 16.
Theophilus London – "Rio"
Young Jeezy recruited Snoop Dogg (not Lion?), Too $hort, and E-40 for the G-mix take on his hit single “R.I.P.” Listening to Snoop flow effortlessly over Jeezy’s banger really makes me wonder why he took the reggae root on his forthcoming album. Play this one loud in the whip. Stream the G Mix below and hit “Read More” to check out the official remix to “R.I.P” featuring Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, & Y.G. as well.
Young Jeezy - "R.I.P. (G Mix)"
Kid Cudi’s highly anticipated new album, INDICUD, sprung a leak today and rather than getting mad, Kid Cudi embraced the leak. He even went as far as spreading a link to one of the standout tracks on the project featuring Kendrick Lamar titled “Solo Dolo Pt. 2″ so we thought we’d throw up a stream as well. INDICUD drops April 24. Enjoy Kid Cudi’s “Solo Dolo Pt. 2″ below and be sure to purchase the album on the 24th.
— Scott Mescudi (@ducidni) April 8, 2013
Kid Cudi ft. Kendrick Lamar- "Solo Dolo Pt. 2"
Fall Out Boy let loose their new rap influenced single featuring G.O.O.D. Music’s own Big Sean titled “The Mighty Fall.” Big Sean recently released his new street single featuring Common titled “Switch Up,” and Fall Out Boy let go the 2 Chainz remix to their past single, “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up).” Sean Don and Fall Out ‘Boi’ deliver an interesting single with “The Mighty Fall.” The bells, chimes, backing drums, guitar riffs, and grimey vocals from Fall Out Boy’s lead singer, Patrick Stump, make this one a loud and unique release. Stream Fall Out Boy’s “The Mighty Fall” featuring Big Sean below and hit “Read More” to listen to Fall Out Boy’s collaboration with Elton John “Save Rock and Roll.” Both “The Mighty Fall” and the album titled single, “Save Rock and Roll” will be featuring on Fall Out Boy’s forthcoming project, Save Rock and Roll, due out April 15.
Fall Out Boy - The Mighty Fall (feat. Big Sean)
Big Sean unleashed his new single, “Switch Up,” featuring fellow G.O.O.D. Music artist Common. The beat was produced by Million $ Mano, No I.D., and Rob Kinelski. Big Sean’s “Switch Up” serves as the second single off of his forthcoming album, Hall Of Fame. Purchase “Switch Up” on iTunes tonight.
Big Sean ft. Common- "Switch Up"
NY artist, Outasight, let go two leftover tracks from his debut album, Nights Like These. “Drifting Away” and “Remember Me” are two solid offerings with laid back vibes. Though poppy, both tracks are worth a listen. “Drifting Away” was produced by Mike Cash while “Remember Me” was produced by DJ Camper. “Drifting Away” is backed by heavy drums and mellow guitar chords. “Remember Me” is a more spacey jam that gives off a sing along vibe though it still remains gloomy during the verses and the breakdown. Stream Outasight’s previously unreleased track “Drifting Away” below and “Remember Me” after the jump.
Outasight- Drifting Away
Joey Bada$$ worked with Harry Fraud on a new track entitled “Day In The Life.” The NYC rapper spits about a “day in the life” of Joey Bada$$ over the sleek Harry Fraud instrumentals. “Day In The Life” will be featured on Peter Rosenberg’s forthcoming mixtape, New York Renaissance, due out Thursday. “Day In The Life” serves as the second offering we have posted from the Rosenberg project, the first being Action Bronson’s “Compliments To The Chef.” Stream/download the track below. Shout out to Missinfo on the premiere.
Joey Bada$$ - “Day In The Life”
QuESt is back with a new visual entitled “Fair Warning” and directed by YUNG. The Miami MC, QuESt, flows with ease over the Eminem sampled beat and leaves you speechless by the end. QuESt murdered his verses as will he murder his sets on his forthcoming 32 stop tour with current XXL Freshman, Logic. You have a Fair Warning that 2013 is QuESt’s year. You can say it is NEATO season. Watch the dope visual below and check out our interview with the homie, QuESt, here. Hit the jump to check out QuESt’s upcoming tour dates.