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Young Thug & DJ Carnage – Young Martha [EP]

Posted on September 22, 2017

DJ Carnage teams up with Young Thug on "Young Martha". Stream the 4-track LP below and cop a copy on iTunes.

Jhene Aiko – Trip [Album Stream]

Posted on September 22, 2017

The beautiful Jhene Aiko hits us with her new LP, "Trip". The project clocks in at 22 tracks and comes with features from the likes of Big Sean, Swae Lee, Kurupt, Brandy, Namiko Love and Dr. Chill.

Take a listen and make sure to pick up a copy via iTunes.

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Kevin Gates – By Any Means 2 [Album Stream]

Posted on September 22, 2017

Here's Kevin Gates' new album, "By Any Means 2". The 14-track offering has only one guest feature from PnB Rock on "Beautiful Scars".

Take a listen below and head over to iTunes for a download.

Discover Classic Samples On Diamond D’s “Stunts, Blunts And Hip Hop” [Video]

Posted on September 22, 2017

VinRican showcases classic samples used on Diamond D's "Stunts, Blunts And Hip Hop".

Nolan The Ninja – YEN [Album Stream]

Posted on September 21, 2017

Detriot rapper Nolan The Ninja unleashes an early stream of his brand new album, "YEN". The 17-track offering features guest verses from Royce Da 5'9", Blu, Quelle Chris, Denmark Vessey and Add-2.

Take a listen below and pick up a copy, when the LP hits stores tomorrow.

Open Mike Eagle – Brick Body Kids Still Daydream [Album Stream]

Posted on September 21, 2017

As promised, Open Mike Eagle drops off his new album, "Brick Body Kids Still Daydream".

"Brick Body Kids Still Daydream" is a searingly political record for systolic political times. It chronicles the life cycle of the Robert Taylor Homes, a housing project on the South side of Chicago that was demolished completely ten years ago. Families that had lived under the same roof for three generations were forced to scatter, condemned by bureaucrats and faceless cranes and public indifference. Mike Eagle brings the Robert Taylor Homes back to life--literally, with arms and eyes and a head like the dome of a stadium--and fights until the last brick is made to crumble. As always, Mike slips in and out of various grey areas; on the opener “legendary iron hood,” he raps, “you think it's all good, but it's really a gradient.” The nostalgia (“95 radios”) is a little bit painful, the triumph (“hymnal”) comes through painstaking, incremental work. Everything needs to be earned, even the radio signals that are picked up through tinfoil wrapped on children's hands. The thesis becomes fully formed on “brick body complex,” where the hook is a towering statement of identity: “Don't call me ‘nigga,’ or ‘rapper,’ my motherfucking name is Michael Eagle.” But this is not a departure from the man-as-building conceit--the flesh and blood and brick and mortar are inextricable.

Take a listen below and make sure to pick up a copy on Bandcamp.

DJ Kay Slay – The Big Brother [Album Stream]

Posted on September 21, 2017

DJ Kay Slay liberates his new album, "The Big Brother". The 22-track effort features contributions from Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller, Kevin Gates, Busta Rhymes, Tech N9ne, The Game, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Papoose, Mysonne AZ, Dave East, French Montana, Zoey Dollaz, The LOX, Scarface, Jadakiss, Lloyd Banks, Raekwon, Jay Rock, Locksmith, Nipsey Hussle, Beanie Sigel, Nick Grant and more.

Take a listen below and pick up a copy on iTunes.

5 Minutes Of Funk w/ Mista Sinista [Video]

Posted on September 19, 2017

Mista Sinista stops by Funk Flex' Hot 97 show and gets busy on 1s and 2s.