Day: June 28, 2017

Clams-Casino

Clams Casino – Instrumentals 4 (Mixtape)

Clams just dropped his newest mixtape, Instrumentals 4, which can be downloaded as well. It includes instrumentals he made for Vince Staples, A$AP Ferg, and Danny Brown. So, even if you’ve been sleeping on Clams, you’re bound to have heard something of his recently. Before reviewing anything I like to see how it bumps and how it affects […]

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Denzel Curry 13 EP

Denzel Curry – 13 (EP)

Carol City, Florida artist Denzel Curry has released 13 EP via Loma Vista Recordings. A compilation of demos and standouts from over the past couple of years along with new material created over the course of 2 weeks, Denzel surprises fans giving them a taste of what’s to come. Coming in furiously at 5 tracks […]

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Future – Right Now (Official Music Video)

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Sauce Walka Ft. Offset – Hop in the Lam

Sauce Walka Ft. Offset – Hop in the Lam

Sauce Walka has continued putting out tracks, coming more consistently than most do. However, Sauce Walka is navigating in a hip hop world being dictated by Migos. With his new single, “Hop In The Lam,” Sauce Walka features Offset on the track. Listen to “Hop In The Lam” by Sauce Walka ft. Offset below: Source: […]

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Supreme Full droplist Week 19

Wilfred Limonious for Supreme + Full droplist Week 19 (6/28)

Available Thursday June 29th 2017 Wilfred Limonious (1949–99) was a prolific Jamaican illustrator and designer who is now recognized as the father of ‘dancehall art’. Born in Albert Town in rural Trelawny Parish, he began his professional career in 1970, illustrating comics for The Star newspaper before going on to work for the island’s national […]

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Smoke DZA, Trademark Da Skydiver & Young Roddy – How Many?

Smoke DZA, Trademark Da Skydiver & Young Roddy – How Many? (Prod. By Statik Selektah)

Smoke DZA, Trademark Da Skydiver and Young Roddy have come together for a joint project titled The Burn Unit. Produced entirely by Statik Selektah, who has worked with everyone from Nas and Eminem to J. Cole and Joey Bada$$, it’s a celebration of Hip Hop’s relationship with cannabis culture. In anticipation of the album, the […]

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