a-trak push

A-Trak dropped the Low Pros project with Lex Luger over the summer and his Federal Reserve EP with Cam’ron is, hopefully, around the corner, but juggling genres has never been a thing for the Fool’s Gold boss. Taking it back to that big, festival-ready sound, A-Trak teams up with singer Andrew Wyatt for his pulsating new single, “Push.” FIFA 15 fans will have already heard — and no doubt loved — this for a few weeks already, but you can buy the single when it arrives on November 25 via Fool’s Gold Records.

Listen below…



Rolling deep with her crew, Faith Evans puts on her flyest fit and hits the club with no other agenda than to have have a few drinks a dance the night away. Junior Mafia’s Lil’ Cease also makes cameo in the lastest visuals by his longtime friend.

Purchase “Good Time” on iTunes.

Watch the new video below…


jared evan still blue

Jared Evan and Statik Selektah’s Boom Bap & Blues was one of my personal favorites of 2013 (that “Uma Thurman” joint?!), and the pair let us know it’s “Still Blue” on their second full-length collaboration. With Statik behind the boards and Jared’s soulful vocals (and rhymes) at the forefront, the duo successfully recreate that magic with 10 brand new gems, featuring guest spots from Michael Christmas, Ransom and Pro Era’s Nyck Caution and Dessy Hinds. Stream the album in full below and pick up a copy on iTunes.

Stream below…


schoolboy q

There’s few better to assist with a smokers’ anthem than ScHoolboy Q, and that’s exactly who Los Angeles-based singer Bridge nabs for his latest single, “Roll My Weed.” TDE’s resident stoner pops up around the two-minute mark with a snarling guest verse on this seductive, slow-crawling number. Also, check out a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming video below, along with footage of Bridge and MixedByAli in the studio together (rolling blunts, of course).

UPDATE: Watch the official video below, via Complex.

Listen below…


fka twigs video girl

FKA twigs’ visuals are as captivating as her music itself, and today she delivers an especially gripping video for her LP1 album cut, “Video Girl.” With death as the main theme, the black-and-white clip features a death row inmate receiving a lethal injection while twigs dances around (and even on top of) his corpse. Also, you won’t be able to get Travi$ Scott’s bloody-mouthed cameo out of your head until next week.

Watch below…



Flipping Weezy’s “Grindin” into an R&B creation of his own, August Alsina returns with a new track and accompanying music video. Cutting from scenes deep in the forest somewhere to his personal hideaway, the crooner looks like he’s in tip top shape again. He’s back to hustling on the Knucklehead-produced track.

Watch the video below…



The Los Angeles Lakers got hit hard last night (Oct 28) during opening of the 2014 NBA season. While facing off against the Houston Rockets, Kobe and the squad got off to a tough start and just couldn’t keep up with H-town’s pace in their 108 to 90 loss.

But that’s wasn’t all the drama for the evening. During the 4th quarter, Dwight Howard and the Black Mamba got into a heated argument and near shoving match after a play. After Howard came down with a big rebound and swung his elbow wildly at Bryant, the Lakers star confronted his former teammate. And, that’s where things got ugly and hilarious. Check out how Kobe hit em’ with the Dej Loaf lyrics.

Sadly, the Lakers player Julius Randle also broke his leg during the game.

Watch the replay below…



Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar and singer Chantal recently put their heads together for a moving new cut that sounds like a war call for soldiers ready to put it all on the line. There’s going to be serious consequences for anyone going up against the TDE boys and they want everybody to know it.

Purchase “Pay For It” on iTunes.

Listen to the song below…



Lil’ Wayne might not have the best relationship with the city of New York but his ties to the Big Apple’s rap elite are immaculate. Teasing fans with a taste from The Carter V, Weezy keeps it S-O-N-Y with 2/3’s of The L.O.X. Flipping a classic Jadakiss line, the YMCMB general is all bars on this one.

Weezy also released a Carter V PSA and announced that Part 1 of the album drops on Dec. 9. Wayne has over 30 songs he wants to include so there also be Part 2 sometime in the future.

Listen to “Gotti” below…



Bringing his 2013 Jahlil Beats-produced banger back to life, Smoke DZA rightfully courts A$AP Rocky and Killa Cam to skate on the remix along with him. The Uptown trio complement each flawlessly with the R.F.C. front man starting it off — followed by Flacko and then Killa as the clean up hitter.

Listen to the remix below…


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