Toronto’s own Terrell Morris is determined to turn some heads with the release of his new project “On Y Va”. Terrell worked closely with buzzing producer Eric Dingus on the project, and he nabs some features from the likes of Deniro Farrar, among others. Peep the tracklist and stream below.
Supreme Ace gives us his Adrian Swish hosted mixtape ‘Champion’. Give it a listen.
Tips Hustle Gang crew drops their new project “G.D.O.D. 2″ which has features from Trae Tha Truth, Young Dro, Spodee, Shad da God, Yung Booke & more. Click the jump for stream/download. Read More
Netousha Monroe is back today with her new mixtape titled “Dear Johnny” which is filled with smooth melodies and mellow productions from producer Def Soul. This project has features from Chill Moody, Kush Kelz & Add-2. Click the jump for stream. Read More
Wiz links up with DJ Candlestick for the Chopped Not Slopped version of his recently released 28 Grams mixtape hosted by DJ OG Ron C. Tracklisting and download link, below!
KRIT fulfilled his September 15th promise and delivered Vol.4 of his See Me On Top mixtape series hosted by DJ Dibiase. Download link and stream, below!
Nikko Lafre has dropped his new mixtape with ‘MPLS: West End Stories’. Take a listen to the well put together project here.
New to the music industry but not to the grind of making it happen, New Regime liberates his debut mixtape titled Million Dollar Regiment. “Million Dollar Regiment” features production by Kino Beats, Cash Jordan, GoGrizzly, Willafool and NY Bangers as well as features from MMG’s own Fat Trel on and songstress Megan Marie.
Below is the link to New Regime’s new body of work and he is definitely looking to open up the gates in the music industry. Taking you on a journey of his life up until this very moment, getting shot, having dealings in the streets and remaining true to himself. Read More
Dallas-based Marlee dropped off a full-length this past week that has been making its rounds. High energy and illicit drug use make up the majority of this 18-track offering. Stream/DL below and keep up with all things Marlee HERE.
The story behind the Lacoste aesthetic via Luke himself: “As seen on the cover of Lacoste Bo$$, Moola Gang Ca$h Cow$ rapper Luke-O has been repping the brand since birth. “My family brought Lacoste to southwest PA,” he says. “My Uncle TJ was a partner of a clothing store named Daniels in Uniontown, PA in the 80’s. Back in the day when there was no blogs and the net wasn’t popping, you had to go to NY and see what was ‘in’ and fashionable. He took them trips and brought Lacoste back, and since we had the ill 60% family discount my parents swagged out me and my brother.” Check out the tape above and keep up with all things Luke-O HERE.