Dizzy Wright feat. Big K.R.I.T. – Outrageous [Audio]

Dizzy Wright teams up with Big K.R.I.T. on “Outrageous”, the latest single from his next album, “The Golden Age 2”, due out this Friday. Press play below.

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Sean Price feat. DOOM – Negus [Audio]

Adult Swim received a folder from DOOM called “The Missing Notebook Rhymes” today containing 15 tracks. Each track is considered a “notebook” from a series consisting of music from his own upcoming albums as well as singles he is featured on, including one with Jay Electronica, from various projects by other artists. One notebook will be released per week over the course of the next 15 weeks. The first of which is titled “Negus” from Sean Price’s forthcoming posthumous album titled “Imperious Rex“. Check the first song below and stay tuned for more details and new music weekly from “The Missing Notebook Rhymes” via Adult Swim. Listen to “Negus” after the jump.

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Half-A-Mil (Dom Kennedy & Hit-Boy) – Half-A-Mil 3 [EP]

Dom Kennedy and Hit-Boy are back with their new Half-A-Mil project. “This is the third installment of our Half-A-Mil EP series,” the duo tells Billboard. “Sit back, sip or roll something and play this. Album this fall. #FREEBIGHIT.”

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Skeme – 1st Notice [EP]

Skeme is back with a new surprise EP, titled “1st Notice”. Stream or download the 4-track offering below.

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KYLE Goes Sneaker Shopping With Complex [Video]

KYLE goes Sneaker Shopping with Joe La Puma at Concepts in New York City, and talks about working at Vans when he was younger and buys his first pair of Air Jordans.

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R-Mean – Top Of The World [Audio x Download]

For week 32 of his year-long “Mean Mondays” series, R-Mean comes through with a soulful and inspirational track called “Top Of The World”.

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Lou Phelps feat. Innanet James – What Time Is It?! [Video]

Video directed by Christian Boakye-Agyeman. Song produced by Kaytranada.

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Ace Hood – To Whom It May Concern [Audio]

Ace Hood is back with a new track called “To Whom It May Concern”. “I think ‘To Whom It May Concern’ is more of a self-reflective record for me,” Ace tells XXL of the new track. “It’s a letter not only to my fans, my past and to whomever it may concern; I think it’s also a letter to myself overcoming what I’ve gone through. I didn’t know that’s what it’d be as I was recording it but people say that anytime you feel something or go through something, whatever it is in life, to always write it down. Listen below.

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Supakaine – What A Feeling [Audio]

This is the second single from Supakaine’s forthcoming mixtape, “Scholastica Park”. Press play on the DaG-laced “What A Feeling” below.

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Obie Trice – Truth 2 Power [Audio]

“This has nothing against gay people. This is strictly directed to under cover gay hip hop artists, who are not speaking their truth.” – Obie Trice

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Rob $tone Was Raised On Doggystyle [Video]

Like a rookie baseball player rocking an upper deck home run in his first professional at-bat, rapper Rob $tone wasted no time getting a big hit. “Chill Bill,” the first song that the 22-year-old San Diegan put out — initially on his SoundCloud page in 2014, then on his 2015 mixtape Straight Bummin’, and in 2016 as his debut single — is a certified double platinum smash. Employing the infectious whistle that Bernard Hermann composed for the 1968 film Twisted Nerve — and which Quentin Tarantino famously re-used in 2003’s Kill Bill Vol. 1 — the catchy track got firmly stuck in the collective consciousness. A remix featuring D.R.A.M., Denzel Curry, and Cousin Stizz followed on his 2016 mixtape I’m Almost Ready. While preparing for the release of his debut album, juggling beef with rappers XXXTentacion and SKi Mask the Slump God, and touring as part of the Made in America Festival, $tone and his pops dropped by the GGN studio, where he and Snoop smoked out and talked about the making of “Chill Bill,” creating a new West Coast anthem, growing up on Snoop’s music, the worst job he’s ever had (it’s very San Diego), and much more. Check

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