Recently releasing the visuals for the track “Rise Of The Black Suits,” Ghostface and Adrian Younge now unleash the video for the cut “Rise Of The Ghostface Killah,” off their collaboration album “Twelve Reasons To Die,” out now.
T-Pain releases the first official single “Bad Bitches Link Up,” which features Juicy J and Trey Songz. This comes off his forthcoming album Stoicville: The Phoenix.
Chance The Rapper randomly breaks out in dance in celebration of his 20th birthday, to his remix of Lil Wayne’s “No Worries.” Look out for Chance’s upcoming Acid Rap mixtape, dropping April 30th.
I feel like the rap world is the forum where I can express myself, tell my story, drop jewels and talk my shit. This is an introduction for most and to some, a continuation of me being me: thoro, witty and crass. And I also get to represent a new generation of young Canadians who aren’t afraid to let you know where they’re from. This ain’t a balling ass, trapping ass, shoot em up record though it may contain elements of that from my perspective. All these niggas dropping music for the financially rich. This music is for the spiritually rich. I recorded most of this album in Toronto, at my crib, in my boxers and under the influence. Which means it’s personal. So you know, I probably dragged some songs out too long. Meh. Might have too many beat switches. I don’t care. Too many tracks? That’s cool. Fuck, I don’t like 2 minute songs and formulas. We’ll I like ‘em but I don’t make ‘em so enjoy this long ass 19-track project. This is a passion project. It just so happens to be the first album. I made it free because I love you. Oh, and I dedicate this album and especially the track ‘My City’ to Boston and every city experiencing mass tragedies. Bless.”
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Tinashe, who is currently working on her debut album, releases the remix to the track “Who Am I Working For?,” featuring A$AP Nast.
Celebrating his 22nd birthday, Rockie Fresh leaks the song “Panera Bread,” featuring Rick Ross and Lunice. The cut comes off his “The Birthday Tape” mixtape, dropping next week.
Doley Bernays debuts the music video for the Denzil Porter-assisted track “Raise Your Weapon,” which appeared on last year’s Wrong Turn Into Yesterday mixtape.
Directed by Matt Schaff.