DJ Holiday releases his new mixtape titled “God Bless the Mixtape.”
1.God Bless The Mixtape 2.Young Thug – I Just Wanna 3.Peewee Longway – 5 New B****** ft. Rich Homie Quan 4.K Camp – Play It 5.YFN Lucci – In A Minute ft. Johnny Cinco 6.Young Dolph – Go Get it ft. Troy Ave 7.ILoveMakonnen – Leave It There 8.Flex Talk 9.DJ Holiday – Let Me At Em Ft. Problem, French Montana & Wale 10.Migos – Found Out 11.Kevin Gates – I Like That 12.Dj Clue Talk 13.DJ Holiday – All These Drugs ft. K Camp x Sause Twinz x Verse Simmonds 14.Gates – Rollin Round 15.Dj Drama Talk 16.Chevy Woods – Situation ft. Wiz Khalifa 17.Trae The Truth – So Many Tears 18.Cap 1 – Made A Play ft. Bankroll Fresh 19.DJ Holiday – Flexin ft Future x Meek Mill x TI
Tracy T- The Wolf Of All Streets
Future -Beast Mode
Future “Beast Mode” produced entirely by Zaytoven.
After 2013’s historic release of Nipsey Hussle’s ‘Crenshaw’ mixtape, DatPiff and Nip follow it up with Nipsey’s new album “Mailbox Money.”
B.o.B – No Genre The Label
B.o.B gets it on with his new album “No Genre The Label.” Check it out and stay up to date on his career and newest work.
Mike Jones’ New Mixtape ‘Money Train
Mike Jones has been building steam for a comeback for a while. Now it’s time to see if he still has the mojo from back then. Hoping to start the year off on the right track, Jones releases the new mixtape Money Train. Spearheaded by the solid single “3 Grams”, the project includes 15 tracks with minimal features, using the services of Slim Thug, Yung Deuce and others. Can the Houston MC return to rap prominence?Stream the entire project, below.
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Lil Trill’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Mixtape
Boosie Badazz is back establishing himself as a major player in the game. Now, the rest of his Trill Entertainment team is ready to shine. The youngest in charge, Lil Trill just dropped his mixtape, No Tolerance. A follow up to the 2012 mixtape From Rags To Riches, the young MC is two years older with a much matured sound. Rich The Kid, Boosie, Webbie, Foxx and Shell contribute verses to the project, while K.E. On The Track, Charles The Great, Beat Zombie and more put the beats down.
Migos’ ‘Rich Ni**a Timeline’ Mixtape
Migos are getting ready to end the year with a bang. After releasing “Hit ‘Em” and “Story I Tell”, the Atlanta trio returns with 18 new songs. Throughout the day, they’ve slowly unveiled certain tracks from the tape, and clear must-listens are “Bachelor,” “Ain’t Mine,” and “Cross The Country.” Production includes contributions from Zaytoven, TM88, Cheeze Beatz and more.You can stream and download it below.
The Lox’s ‘The Trinity: 3rd Sermon’ Mixtape
The Lox are back in full effect. After the New York crew’s The Trinity: 2nd Sermon EP dropped last week, they return with another effort. Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch are expected to bring some A1 hardened bars for the streets.You can stream it below.
Caskey’s ‘Black Sheep’ Mixtape
YMCMB has been pretty active this year. Aside from label heads Birdman and Mack Maine putting in work, the newer artists such as Caskey are grinding hard. Today, he’s released Black Sheep, which follows last year’s The Transient Classics.Stream the Florida rapper’s tape below, as well as watch his video for “Sun Goes Down.”
Shy Glizzy’s Mixtape ‘Law 3: Now Or Never’
No one has ever sounded this excited about their funeral. On the fourth track on his new mixtape, Law 3: Now Or Never, DC’s Shy Glizzy raps glowingly about the superstars, the shooters, the “ten thousand bitches” he expects at his memorial service. They’ll be driving exotic cars, maybe even robbing you–because this is Shy Glizzy’s world, where nothing ordinary happens.
As a companion piece to this year’s Young Jefe, DJ Drama-hosted Law 3 is lean and purposeful; Glizzy uses the tape’s quick pacing to give it stakes. By the midpoint—the urgent “What To Do”—there have been threats and promises, celebrations and, yes, funerals. The forward motion is unstoppable. With production that borrows from Mustard’s school of ratchet, Chicago drill, and the bizarre world of 2014 Atlanta, there are enough hits to fill festival sets and Porsche gas tanks for the foreseeable future. On “Handcuffs,” Glizzy worries: “I don’t want to be famous.” Too late, Glizzy.
Stream the tape–which features Migos, Bobby Shmurda, and beats from Young Chop and Zaytoven–below:
Killer Mike’s ‘Sunday Morning Massacres’ Mixtape
Look at God. Killer Mike has unearthed his long lost Sunday Morning Massacres mitape. Originally slated to drop back in 2008, the project was put on hold. Today, DJ Greg Street dug into his vault and dusted off the biblically themed mixtape just in time for the Sabbath.Stream the entire project, below.
A$AP Ferg’s ‘Ferg Forever’ Mixtape
Ferg ’til infinite. Today, the A$AP Mob member drops his highly anticipated project, Ferg Forever. This is his first release since his debut album Trap Lord, last year. The mixtape has significance from the artwork, which was designed by his father, to the actual songs which Ferg says will expand on his family and upbringing. “I kinda wanna go into depth about my character, where I come from, my family, ’cause my family is like Harlem royalty,” Ferg recently told XXL about the project. “From my Uncle being in the streets, my grandmother helpin’ out the community to my Aunt helping my father with the store and him printing shirts for Teddy Riley and Puffy and all these people—these were all his friends. So the name rings bells. And when you hear Ferg, it really don’t hit them, because it’s like, ‘A$AP Ferg, the new kid.’ But really it’s like Ferg, the family, the legacy. Ferg forever.”The new project includes 19 track with guest appearances from Twista, YG, Big Sean, SZA, A$AP Nast and others. Production wise, Big K.R.I.T., Mike Will, Childish Major, Stelios, Very Rare and more handle the duties.Stream the entire project, below.
Listen To B.o.B’s New Mixtape, ‘New Black
B.o.B has been quietly going hard with no let up for the majority of the year. Recently concluding his No Genre Tour with Kevin Gates, the Atlanta rap artist decides to drop a new project called New Black. Bobby Ray released a track called“New Black” in response to the Mike Brown shooting back in August. Today, he expands on the single with an eight-song project of the same name. B.o.B tackles the majority of the production on the mixtape with Emerson Brooks, Jack Splash and Jaquebeatz also supplying instrumentals.Check out the entire project, below.
OG Maco’s Self-Titled EP
Is OG Maco up next? Since his single “U Guessed It” went viral, the raucous Atlanta rapper’s name has been getting bigger and bigger. Today, he takes a step toward gaining commercial acclaim with the release of his Quality Control Music debut. The 15-song EP features appearances from 2 Chainz, Johnny Cinco, Zuse and ManManSavage. Zaytoven, Lex Luger, OG Parker, FKi, Brandon Thomas and Deko provide the instrumentals.Listen to the entire project, below.
Joell Ortiz’s New Mixtape ‘Yaowa Nation’
Joell Ortiz takes on some of the year’s most chart-topping songs in his latest project, Yaowa Nation. The Slaughterhouse member puts his special touch on tracks from artists ranging from Sam Smith to French Montana.Check out the six-track project below:
Rising Japanese Club/Mixtape DJ, DJ Yuma linked up with our very own DJ/Producer DJ RellyRell to take things to the club on their new mixtape entitled “Foreign Exchange”. Definitely a must for the ride to & from the club. Stream & Download after the jump.
Wale links up Atrak to bring his fans a new project called #Festivus. Dropped by our friends over at Complex, #Festivus is the hold over till he drops his album “The Album About Nothing.” Listen and download below.