Here's one of the most anticipated tracks off Future's "Honest" LP, which you can pre-order on iTunes now. April 22 is the date. Listen to "Benz Friendz" featuring Andre 3000 below.
Troy drops the KeyMix to Jason Derulo’s "Talk Dirty" single. Listen below.
The Wow share some footage of the creation process behind their latest single "Masterpiece" featuring Method Man.
Today, Popular Demand has launched their original "Risk It All" series with the first installment featuring hip hop’s “underground king”, Freddie Gibbs. The series highlights a central theme of Popular Demand, "Risk It All". The brand is heavily inspired by the city of Los Angeles, where many people from all different areas and walks of life "risk it all" and move to this city in pursuit of their dreams.
August Alsina talks to ThisisRnB TV about meeting Jay Z and Beyonce, and the advice they shared with him.
Catch part 2 & 3 of the interview after the jump.
Developed and directed by Jason Goldwatch, Mass Appeal's Time Alone is a new innovative series where celebrities interview themselves. In this episode, rapper Evidence asks himself some in-depth questions.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the hip-hop classic Illmatic, we reunited Nasty Nas and Faith Newman, the A&R rep for his debut album. In part four of the five-part series, Faith talks about doing back up vocals for LL Cool J's "Let's Get Ill," leading Nas to reminisce about hearing stories of LL getting harassed in clubs, and even witnessing the Queens superstar getting booed, despite his fresh MCM jacket.
We are happy to announce the release of the limited edition vinyl of "Smell The Da.I.S.Y." in-stores 4/18. The vinyl will be a all instrumental version of the "Smell The Da.I.S.Y." project. It contains 12 tracks that include all 11 of the "Smell The Da.I.S.Y." instrumentals plus one exclusive never heard before J Dilla beat. We decided to release a all instrumental version of "Smell The Da.I.S.Y." to give people the experience of a J Dilla beat tape that we were so lucky to receive. These beat tapes were the springboard that generated creation and generated inspiration for us. The vinyl release is very, very limited, only 100 copies will be released to stores, to resemble the limited amount of beat tapes that Dilla would send out to artists like Tribe Called Quest, The Roots, Talib Kweli, Common, Mos Def, Busta, and De La. Dilla was a heavy crate digger that scoured the earth digging for exclusive vinyl to sample, and if you want this vinyl project you'll have to dig the same. We are not releasing the record store information so if you would like to find a copy go to wearedelasoul.com for clues and also our Twitter, Instagram and Facebook pages for the vinyl whereabouts. Happy digging!