OnCue let go his new mixtape, Leftovers 2, in anticipation for his forthcoming album, Angry Young Man. The release includes a total of 13 tracks with features from Skizzy Mars, Ro Ransom, Sonny Shotz, and The KickDrums. Stream the tape after the jump.
OnCue drops off his new single “Way Too Far.” The release with reside on OnCue’s forthcoming debut album, Angry Young Man.
OnCue drops his new music video for “Cereal” off of his highly anticipated forthcoming project, Angry Young Man. Grab a bowl of cereal and peep the Cuey visual below and look out for AYM soon.
OnCue let go a new track that was recorded during the Angry Young Man sessions, but didn’t make the cut for Cuey’s latest project. “Never Do Better” features production from Felix Snow and a verse from Ro Ransom. Stream/download OnCue’s newest offering, “Never Do Better,” below. [fap_track id=”17612″ layout=”list” enqueue=”yes” button_enqueue=”no”]
OnCue linked up with fellow NYC rapper, Skizzy Mars, on a new track entitled “Live Forever.” “Live Forever” features spacey and electronic sounding instrumentals from Mike Kuz and OnCue on hook duty. It’s good to hear some new Cuey. “Live Forever” will not reside on OnCue’s upcoming project, Angry Young Man. Stream/download “Live Forever” below and…
Cuey let go a new track entitled “Cereal” produced by CJ Luzi. “Cereal” serves as the first official release off of OnCue’s forthcoming project, Angry Young Man. Grab your free download below.
OnCue linked up with Chris Webby for a Sandy Hook Tribute song titled “Home.” All proceeds benefit the support of Sandy Hook Elementary School and the town of Newtown, CT. CJ Luzi handles the production and Cuey sings the chorus. Purchase the single on iTunes below. iTunes
HypeTrak linked up with Mick Boogie to deliver an 18 track mixtape that features Action Bronson, Slum Village, Vince Staples, Michael Uzowuru, OnCue, Chip Tha Ripper, Pro Era, New York Knicks player Iman Shumpert and more. In full accordance with its title, the piece has been inspired by adidas Originals and is dedicated to the U.S.…
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUzjw16Sm40] OnCue has been hyping up this release for a while and the today he finally dropped the visual for “New Religion”. Party Suppliers & Just Blaze handle production on this joint and they sample The Weeknd. Cuey always drops dope music videos.
Just Blaze and Party Supplies handle the production on Cuey’s new joint. When Just Blaze producers a track for an upcoming artist, you know the rapper has to have potential. 2012 may just be OnCue’s breakthrough year. Look out for the re-release of OnCue’s latest mixtape, Can’t Wait soon with additional songs. via 2dope