Another new heater from YMCMB‘s Rich Gang, with yet another feature from Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan. Why mess with success, right?
Only thing about this record, which seems a little peculiar, is its similarity to RawSmoov‘s instrumental from the record “Trick’n” by Mullage.
Peep the new one from Rich Gang below, and leave your thoughts.
The Hot 103.5 Twitter was blowing up with requests for this record from Tinashe and A$AP Rocky for quite some time.
And, you guessed it, the #NEWATNINEBOYZ brought it to you first!
Today, the video dropped… And it’s nothing short of dopeness. Peep it below, and leave your thoughts.
The long awaited first single from Kendrick Lamar‘s upcoming album has finally touched down.
Sampling the Isley Brothers’ hit record “Who’s That Lady”, the record gives a joyous sound that makes one feel like hittin’ the switches on a lowrider with the top down.
Many of the comments along the SoundCloud panel seem to be mixed in emotions; some loving the record, others feeling it was overhyped.
My personal opinion? King Kendrick came back with force. As a music fan, I’ve been waiting for a good record like this.
The last time a record gave off a rather similar feel, it was Nas & Will.I.Am’s collaborative effort on “Hip Hop Is Dead”.
Not only does this new drop K.Dot prove to me that Hip Hop isn’t dead, I’m even more looking forward to the release of his sophomore album, in its entirety.
I shall now take this moment to write a letter to Dr. Dre.
Dear Dre Day;
You can now keep Detox to yourself.
Just please give us more Kendrick.
Click the cover art to peep the new single “i” after the jump.
Besides the fact that 9/16 is Sacramento Day, Sacramento Hip Hop veteran C Plus talks about why the day is even more special to him.
Along with that, he speaks on his time in the Sacramento Hip Hop scene, and the future of making his music go global.
Click the link below to hear the interview, as well as get the link to download his latest project with DJ Cos The Kid, Packramento.
Along with the announcement of G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean signing with the illustrious Roc Nation, he released four tracks to the internet this past weekend.
Already a hit in the streets, “IDFWU” features production from DJ Mustard and Kanye West… TOGETHER. And, as if that wasn’t enough, a E40 graces the record with his presence.
On top of that one track, the foursome collection of records also features production from the likes of KeyWayne and MikeWillMadeIt. Click the photo below to peep the tracks after the jump.
In another banger from rising producer Robbie Anthem–in which he sampled Jhene Aiko’s “The Worst” (Perfect timing with the release of Jhene Aiko’s new album Souled Out)–Sacramento veteran C Plus teams up with fellow Sacramentan Chuuwee and Los Angeles native Mani Coolin’ do deliver a record with a rather emotional undertone. Click the artwork to peep the record after the jump.
In order of appearance: Chuuwee
Mani Coolin’ Produced by Robbie Anthem
You walk into your college English class during Day 1 of the course.
By Day 2, a fraction of the people drop the class due to lack of prerequisites or lack of interest in the professor.
Just as you start second-guessing your participation in the class, thinking maybe you should drop with them, your professor starts spittin’ knowledge on the importance of Kendrick Lamar‘s “Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City“.
If you’re response was, “Oh, hell yes”, then we’re on the same page.
This may not be the most accurate account of the events that occurred when Adam Diehl of Georgia Regents University rolled out his lesson plan, but I’m pretty positive it was pretty damn close. Peep the article from Stereogum after the jump.