Kanye West released his new album “Yeezus” today and if you haven’t been able to purchase your own copy yet, you can stream the project guilt free right here! Check out the amazing piece of work after the jump and let me know what your favourite songs are. Features from Kid Cudi, Chief Keef, King L and more.
With all the real hype around Kanye West, J. Cole and Mac Miller, people seemed to forgot that Kelly Rowland also dropped an album today by the name of “Talk A Good Game.” Here’s a bonus cut off that project called “Feet To The Fire” featuring the man of the hour Pharrell. Cop the project on iTunes here.
One of the most talked about tracks off J. Cole‘s new album “Born Sinner” is called “Let Nas Down.” The song was made in response to Nas being disappointed in Jermain’s debut single “Work Out.” In this clip, the Roc Nation star reveals that Nas was highly impressed with the album cut.
“I was telling people, this album has so many moments that connected that let me know I was doing the right thing, and that was one of them. I give [Nas] my headphones, I’m trying to hear what part of the song he’s on, cause he’s behind me. About a minute in to the song, he’s just like, “Whooo!” beating my chair, just banging my chair. Overall, he was wild, the look on his face was like, honored, honored that I would make that, and also highly impressed. So that was a huge moment for me.”
Statik Selektah‘s new album “Extended Play” released officially today and features a song “Bring Em Up Dead” featuring Joell Ortiz. Here’s an alternate version of the the album cut.
“Me , Slaine, & Term are the ones yelling on the final album version, but here is the OG version with the classic Onyx Scratch.”
Doe B recently shot a video for his “Kemosabe” remix which features T.I., Birdman and Young Dro.
Mac Miller recently joined Prodigy and Alchemist during their visit to DJ Tony Touch on Toca Tuesdays and spit a freestyle with the other two. Yes Alchemist actually spits some bars in this.