“I Been Known” is the second single off of Hot Peez’s forthcoming album White Hall.
David Cash has had quite the work ethic as of late and it has allowed him to have a vault full of extra music. Before he offers up his California C.A.S.H. mixtape which is executive produced by Cardo, he delivers an aperitif of sorts with L.A.D.I.L.A. (Live And Die In L.A.). This will give new listeners a chance to get familiar while holding over his core fan base. With the release of the tape, Cash also gives us a video for “Appreciate Shit” featuring Tae Snaps. Head below and check out all the goods!
Trouble’s All On Me deluxe edition is in the streets as of today. Not only does the LP include some bonus tracks that weren’t on the original, but the Duct Tape rapper visualizes one of them for us today.
Minty Burns’ latest project has been a long time coming and today he finally offers it up to fans and listeners alike before we close out the year. The Toronto rhymer has worked with the likes of Rockie Fresh, Chase N Cashe, WondaGurl, Rich Kidd, and more, and they all show up on the The Golden Ticket. Along with the tape, Minty comes loaded with the official music video the title track. Check out the new video, as well as The Golden Ticket mixtape after the break and while you’re listening head to his official site for an interactive stream with lyrics included.
Coming off the release of his Pardon The Interruption mixtape, O.Z. aka Mr. 28 Grams lets go of the official video for the Metro Boomin-produced “Pull Up”.
Minty Burns has been establishing himself with all of his drops from The Golden Ticket and although it’s been a long time in the works, he’s showing an incredible amount of talent throughout his releases. Before we received the forthcoming tape on on the 16th, the Toronto MC gives us a simple video for “Gold Coins”.
With a cosign from arguably the hottest producer in the game, Eric Statz is joined by DJ Mustard who acts as a hype man with his ad-libs and also lends his talents behind the boards for the Bay Area sound that we all know and have come to love. Listen to the Oakland rep’s new single “Swoop” below.
Connecting with rapper-producer Mark Murrille once again, Fly Ty returns with a tough new joint named after one of the hardest mobsters to ever do it, “Al Capone”.
The day is almost finally here. New Jersey’s Chaos will be releasing the follow-up to his Never Change mixtape that dropped earlier this year during the summer. Today, he releases the first official lead single from the project titled “I Gotta Ball”
Hitting the road, moving from city to city, Cleveland’s Ray Jr takes his squad with him everywhere he goes. Taking the turn up very serious, the EST rapper finally gives the high-powered single “Same Crew” the proper accompanying visuals. Turn your speakers up and hit play on the flick above!