After being fed up with countless unofficial remixes, hip hop's latest sensation Dej Loaf liberates the official remix, which features Remy Ma and Ty Dolla Sign. The video has been shot and should be hitting the net soon.
Philly rapper Jay Griffy gives us some new music today, simply titled "Loaded". Jay Griffy, who originally hails from The Bronx, gave a dope delivery on the EDM-ish production.
Here's some new music from Rich The Kid (no surprise here) called "Trap Still Jumpin", produced by Metro Boomin and Murda. I actually like Rich, but all of his music is starting to run together.
Detroit artist Retro Awesome releases his new visual for "PWL", which stands for Pills Weed & Liquor, I'm sure ya'll already had that one figured out though. The production on this one is beautiful, don't really think the content matched the sound, but again the production...yaassss. Somebody tell him to let me get that instrumental doe.
Saturday, October 18th marked the 20 year anniversary of Scarface's
Stalley gives us another new video, this time for his record "Always Into Something" featuring Ty Dolla Sign. His new album, "OHIO" drops October 28th. Ty always makes everything sound better, not saying it wasn't already good, but Ty's touch makes it dope.
Block, formerly known as Da Block Boi releases a new joint titled "Get You Right Back" featuring Mar Star, the first release off his upcoming EP "Let's Talk About Ex's". I like this, definitely one to check out while you're here. Go ahead and press play.
Here's another remix for Jeremih's hit single "Don't Tell Em", this time featuring Snootie Wild. His new album "Late Nights The Album" is coming soon, and I think sometime this week he'll be announcing the release date.
Kentucky's own Devine Carama is preparing to release his new album, "Believing In Forever" next week, October 27th, and today he gives us the album title track, featuring JK-47. To pre-order his new album, click here.
Before he drops his new project tomorrow, Scotty ATL gives us one final offering today titled "Money Up" featuring Kissie Lee, and produced by KE On The Track. His "Spaghetti Junction" project finally drops tomorrow.