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Lil Scrappy shares the Chainz Gang-produced "Jason" for Halloween. Listen below.
In what Heather B describes as a "Disgusting flow," Mickey Factz and Santos obliterate the Sway in the Morning Friday Fire Cypher. Sway even called Rob Markman of Genius after Mickey spit, calling it one of the "top 10 verses on Sway in the Morning of all time." Wow!
Rich The Kid liberates his new mixtape, "Keep Flexin'". Guests on the 12-track tape include Jeremih, Famous Dex, Young Thug, Desiigner and Quavo.
Babygrande Records is proud to announce Don't Smoke Rock, the upcoming release from Smoke DZA and Pete Rock. Due on December 2, 2016, Don’t Smoke Rock shares the effortless production of legendary and prolific hip-hop producer Pete Rock and the lyrics of the critically acclaimed Harlemnite Smoke DZA aka George Kush. The first taste of the 13-track offering comes via “Limitless,” featuring Mass Appeal/Def Jam's newest signee Dave East who, alongside Smoke DZA, adeptly rides Pete Rock’s ominous, gritty production while establishing themselves as unstoppable. “Limitless” is a perfect introduction to the sound Smoke DZA promises on the album’s intro. The track premiered today via Billboard. "It’s a vibe, it’s a painting, it’s a moment," he says. “Something that comes around once in a while. I come from old Harlem, before it was a Chase Bank & Starbucks on every corner. Before gentrification.” Pete Rock shares the sentiment, "As diehard New Yorkers, It was important for us to make a record that embraces what New York truly feels like. We wanted to bring the listener into our world." With pre-gentrified Harlem in mind, the production on each song bleeds that Uptown attitude: subdued swagger that could turn against you at any moment. Smoke DZA completes the picture with rhymes steeped in daily Harlem life, where old meets new without ever confusing who actually runs the block. In the lyrical department, Smoke gets some assistance from Pete Rock himself on “1 Of 1,” with Pete serving as the elder statesman encouraging the young gunner to take the lead. Having rapped on some of hip-hop’s classics of the past, Pete felt that his work with Smoke was the perfect project to reintroduce his voice to an audience who may not be so familiar with his skills on the mic. Pete Rock shares, "Smoke's youthfulness and energy was contagious, it brought out the best in me, this classic gritty soulful sounding project is the result of our collaboration.”
Big Sean unveils new track titled "No More Interviews", produced by himself and Amaire Johnson. Hear it below.
Don Trip returns with a visual for "Night Of The Living Dead" right on time for Halloween.
You are now watching the official music video for "Evil Eye" by Journalist 103, from the album "Battle for the Hearts and Minds", in stores worldwide via Babygrande Records.