Anyone who knows me will know how much I enjoy Keef’s music, yeah yeah I know it’s not exactly lyrically laced but his music always seems to make me get a little turnt up, with that being said though this recent patch of music Keef has been releasing has been really weak in my opinion, it seems like he is trying to find a new sound, feels like he is just going in the lab and messing around. Even that Kanye assisted record was a massive let down. With me hoping Keef can slide back into his zone where he created bangers he releases a new record assisted by fellow Chicago native Fredo Santana, and I’m sorry to say but this can be sent straight to the trash, come on Keef I know you better than this.
December 28, 2014
December 12, 2013
October 17, 2013
Kirko Bangz remixes his track “Rain Down”, this time featuring August Alsina. The original version featuring Ken Randle, appeared on his Progression 3 mixtape, out now.
Snow Tha Product delivers her new mixtape, Good Nights & Bad Mornings 2: The Hangover. The project includes 22 tracks and features contributions from Tech N9ne, The Cataracs, Ty Dolla $ign, Dizzy Wright, Trae Tha Truth, CyHi The Prynce, and Riff Raff. Production credits also include Arthur McArthur, Cardo, Sap, ID Labs, and more.
James Blake and Chance The Rapper connect with director Nabil for a black and white visual to their collaboration ‘Life Round Here’.
Lupe Fiasco connects with UK singer Ed Sheeran for his new single ‘Old School Love’. His new album, Tetsuo & Youth, will be dropping in early 2014.
Lloyd Banks links up with Raekwon for a brand new track titled ‘Drop A Diamond’. This will appear on his upcoming mixtape, All Or Nothing Vol. 1: Failure’s No Option.
Trae Tha Truth offers up a new freestyle as a part of DJ Skee’s ‘Off The Top’ series. He is currently working on a his latest mixtape, I Am King, set to drop on November 25th.
Jay Z connects with Oscar-award winning director Ron Howard for a 90-minute documentary about the 2012 debut of his ‘Made In America‘ music festival. This premiered on Showtime last night and takes viewers behind the scenes of the festival with interviews with performers, including Gary Clark Jr., D’Angelo, Dirty Projectors, The Hives, Hov, Miike Snow, Janelle Monáe, Odd Future, Rita Ora, Passion Pit, Pearl Jam, Run-D.M.C., Santigold, Jill Scott, Skrillex, and Kanye West.
A fresh cut from Chevy Woods mixtape, Gangland 2. ‘Do This All The Time’ features Juicy J, and is produced by Ricky P. The entire project drops on October 15th.
October 15, 2013
DJ Kay Slay links up with Juicy J, Jadakiss, 2 Chainz, and Rico Love for his latest single ‘Keep Calm’. The record is produced by The Mekanics and will appear on his forthcoming album, Rhyme Or Die, coming soon.