Busta Rhymes collaborates with Rick Ross and Trey Songz on “Till We Die”, another new song from Busta’s free album Year Of The Dragon which you can get here courtesy of Google Play.
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Busta Rhymes unleashes “Pressure”, a new track featuring Lil Wayne from his album Year Of The Dragon which was released Today for free on Google Play. If you want to download Busta‘s free album, click here.
Trey Songz links up with Young Jeezy and Lil Wayne in the official video for his Chapter V single “Hail Mary”. Watch as the three rock out on a football field filled with sexy models. Cameos from Kevin Hart and Stevie J.
Trey Songz‘ new album Chapter V is available now. Click here to purchase it on iTunes.
Slaughterhouse features Eminem on “Throw That”, the latest release from the group’s highly anticipated upcoming album Welcome To: OUR HOUSE.
“Throw That” is one of multiple tracks Eminem is featured on from Slaughterhouse‘s Shady Records debut featuring production by T-Minus. Last week Slaughterhouse member Joell Ortiz teased this track in a hotel while he was in Japan for a show. Video of Joell Ortiz teasing the track was later uploaded to YouTube. You can buy the single on iTunes now.
Slaughterhouse‘s Eminem executive produced long awaited album Welcome To: OUR HOUSE will release on August 28th.
The House Gang released their long talked about mixtape On The House yesterday, recruiting DJ Drama as the project’s host.
Here’s a new single from Thurz featuring BJ The Chicago Kid off his upcoming 517 W Queen Tape project.
After surviving this year’s Rock The Bells without breaking his ankle, Spitta chops it up with FuseTV about rumors surrounding a mixtape with Wiz Khalifa & Big Sean, as well as Sean’s basketball skills.
Rising Baltimore rapper Caddy Da Don links up with 2 Chainz for this new leak off his upcoming mixtape with DJ Scream Cut The Check.
Download: Caddy Da Don – Retarded (Feat. 2 Chainz)
In episode 3 of Countdown To Chapter V Trey Songz talks about how much he appreciates his fans.
Here is a clip of Big Sean announcing his new mixtape Detroit which is set to come out before G.O.O.D. Music‘s Cruel Summer compilation drops on September 18th. The project will include features from J.Cole, Juicy J and more. It’s release date is set for September 5th.
With the release of Cruel Summer just around the corner (despite multiple pushbacks), I’ve begun to notice something very strange around the blogosphere. People STILL diss Kanye West. Now I’m not saying Yeezy is the end all and be all of rap music, but it’s time to pay respect. Seriously, how’s Taylor Swift‘s career doing? (Edit: her new album R.E.D. has had smashing commercial success but she still sucks.) Where is that single that rivals “Mercy” and it’s platinum status ? Where is that upcoming album that rivals the hype of Cruel Summer ? Oh wait, that little girl peaked when Kanye mentioned her name, and anyone who thinks otherwise is in denial. Yet Kanye West naysayers still bring moot points like that controversy up constantly when trying to downplay his talent, success, celebrity, popularity, net worth or anything else they’d like to pretend Kanye West doesn’t have. You don’t have to like Yeezy, you don’t have to buy his albums, you don’t have to watch his music videos, but you should still respect everything he has done for music. The truth about Kanye West is if you enjoy rap at all, he has produced some of your favorite songs, your favorite rappers favorite songs, and some of the best music of this generation. Okay, enough ranting for now it’s time to pay our respects.
Hit the jump for the 10 Best Songs Produced By Kanye West.