Mixtapes


T-Pain just made this weekend a whole lot better by digging into his vaults and dropping this surprise mixtape, Everything Must Go Vol. 1. The 13-track project is made up of “guaranteed original recordings straight from my home studio directly to you my fans,” T-Pain says, and includes a particularly unexpected collaboration with Joey Bada$$ and Joe Budden. The “Vol. 1” part suggests there’s more where this came from, too.

“Listen up! All music must go. I’m giving away all my unreleased music from the vault! The guaranteed original recordings straight from my home studio directly to you my fans!”

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Quality Control Music have built a roster of stars lead by Migos and Lil’ Yachty. With those acts established and running the charts, the label is working on a new crop of talent that includes Lil’ Baby, City Girls and U.K. artist Stefflon Don. The South London sensation now delivers her debut project with QC, SECURE. The 16-track mixtape features appearances by Future, DJ Khaled, Sean Paul, Popcaan, Sizzla and more. Paying homage to Lil’ Kim’s The Notorious K.I.M. on the cover, stream Stefflon Don’s
SECURE below.

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One year ago, Aminé delivered his Good For You debut album. Since then, the Portland artist has kept a low profile, sparingly releasing a handful of songs and making guest appearances. Aminé now returns with a new project, one he debates if its an EP, mixtape or album. ONEPOINTFIVE is 13 tracks with appearances by G Herbo, Gunna, and Rico Nasty.

Out now on iTunes, stream it below and watch the trailer.

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Since the release of her 2014 debut album The New Classic Iggy Azalea has dealt with plenty of highs and lows. In recent years, the Australian rapper has dealt with various issues with her former label Def Jam surrounding her oft-delayed sophomore album. Moving past the drama, the 28-year-old returns with her first project in four years, Survive the Summer. The six-track EP is lead by the songs “Kream” featuring Tyga and “Tokyo Snow Trip.”

Wiz Khalifa serves as the only other featured artist, contributing to the song “OMG.” Out now on iTunes, stream Survive the Summer in full below.

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H.E.R. has risen as of the new shining stars of R&B music. After enjoying a breakout over the last two years, anticipation is high for the Vallejo native’s studio debut album. Before that arrives via RCA Records, the 21-year-old gives fans her new project I Used to Know Her: The Prelude. Coming in at six tracks, The Prelude features guest appearances by Bryson Tiller (“Could’ve Been”) and DJ Scratch (“Lost Souls”). Out now on iTunes, stream I Used to Know Her: The Prelude below.

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Baka Not Nice scored the popular underground smash “Live Up to My Name” last year. Since then, Drake’s close confidant signed a deal with OVO Sound and now drops his debut project, 4 Milli. The eight-track mixtape includes “Live Up to My Name” and the follow-up single, “Money in the Bank.” Baka keeps it solo throughout the mixtape, with no additional guest cameos on 4 Milli.

Out now on iTunes and all streaming platforms, hear the project in full below.

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As summer is winding down, Sheek Louch brings the heat with a new project. The D-Block general drops the EP, Beast Mode, Vol. 2. The five-track EP is lead by The LOX’s Donny G, featuring appearances by Styles P, Jadakiss, Dave East, Conway the Machine, and Nino Man. Stream Beast Mode, Vol. 2 below.

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Santigold has never confined herself to just one genre, but on her new mixtape (or album, same thing) I Don’t Want: The Gold Fire Sessions, the Philly native goes full dancehall. Produced by dancehall don and Mixpak Records founder Dre Skull, the 11-track project blends powerful social commentary — from raging against political apathy to rejecting guys who catcall girls on the street — with summery, island vibes.

“The whole point was: These are the issues on my mind right now. Just throw it down. Don’t be too precious about the lyrics,” Santigold tells Pitchfork. “That’s why I called it The Gold Fire Sessions, because it’s a collection of songs from the moment.”

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Before his long-awaited official debut album drops via Def Jam Records, Dave East delivers his second project of 2018. After serving us with P2 back in January, the East Harlem MC offers a summer soundtrack for the streets with KARMA 2. The sequel to last year’s KARMA comes in at 19 tracks, hosted by DJ Holiday.

Fabolous, Lil’ Durk, BlocBoy JB, Trouble, Gunna, Don Q and more make guest appearances. Meanwhile, Murda Beatz, Wheezy, Sap, and Budda & Grandz are some of the notable producers on KARMA 2, available for stream and download below.

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Since the release of his debut album two years ago, DRAM has continued to put out songs and collaborated with artists like Diplo and Chromeo. The Virginia native decides to give fans some new material for the summertime, a three-song EP entitled That’s a Girls Name. The project includes the songs “Best Hugs,” “WWYD?” and “Sundress.” The EP can be purchased here and streamed in full below.

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