Huntsville, Alabama rapper Zilla releases his new single "About That Life", which serves as the first release off of his new project ZS3 due out spring 2014. ZS3 is the follow up to his mixtape series "Zilla Shit" and "Zilla Shit 2 Life As I Know It".
Detail, Birdman and Kendrick Lamar give us the official video for their collab "100 Favors". The track is featured on the Rich Gang Compilation album out now.
As promised, Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip join forces to give us a new mixtape titled "The Abstract And The Dragon". The project comes with 28 tracks and features guest appeances from Kanye West, Lil Wayne, A Tribe Called Quest, Kid Capri, Raekwon, Missy Elliott, Redman and more.
Here's new music from Atlanta's Shalom Little (of subCONSCIOUS) and Siddiq (of Air Haze) is inspired by real life issues and the underrated classic TV series "The Wire".
Cash Out returns with his new single, "White" featuring Young Scooter, produced by Metro Boomin. White and Cash Out don't seem to go together to me...but ok whatever.
The Gooch lets go of the first track off of his upcoming album called "Jackie Chan". His forthcoming album "The State vs Radric Davis II: The Caged Bird Sings", which is scheduled to drop on Christmas. This is terrible. Migos is the only half way decent thing about it.
Atlantic City artist BrvndonGotBars returns after a bit of a hiatus with his first single "WildLife". This will be featured on his upcoming LP "795" dropping 2014.
I've decided that I want to start a Random Wednesday Pick weekly post from now on, cuz there are so many songs before 2010 that I enjoyed way too much, and I'm not ready to let go. So for the first entry, here's my favorite Keri Hilson song "Return The Favor" featuring Timbaland. She's such a cold songwriter.
Juicy J and Project Pat link up to shoot the official video for their collab "No Heart No Love", produced by Young Chop. This is featured on Juicy's album "Stay Trippy" in stores now.
I'm a little late, but here is Devin Miles’ 7th installment to Mr. Miles Mondays. It was two or three in the morning, and Devin Miles was in the studio. It’s a usual thing for rappers to be wide awake while we sleep soundly in our comfortable beds. What Devin would end up doing turns into “4:12 AM,” the exact time that he finished his latest offering. Very nice, he sounds better everytime I hear him.