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Compton rapper YG is back with his second project of 2016. This new project titled, Red Friday is an eight song mixtape that the blood member slammed Def Jamyg-red-friday for allowing the tape to be leaked. His new mixtape leaked Thursday (Nov. 24) — the day before its scheduled release date — YG went left on the record company on Twitter.

The tape jumps off with YG’s part two to his Still Brazy album “I’m A Thug.” The album features YG went out and 21 Savage, Mitch, and RJmrLA. Two of the tracks have DJ Mustard on the beat. The Compton rapper is selling only 1,400 physical copies on CD, with a $100 price tag. It is also available digitally.

Check out the video for “I’m A Thug Pt.2″ and the 22 minutes of “Brazy” tracks below on Spotify!

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Just coming off of the “Elements” mixtape B.O.B has dropped “Don’t Call It A Christmas Album.” With 11 tracks, the official follow-up to last year’s No Genre: The Label mixtape, B.o.B is brings with him London Jae, Jaque Beatz, Havi, T.I. and more. After releasing four EPs this year, B.o.B ends the year off with 17 tracks.

Check out “Tis The Season” video below on YouTube and the mixtape on  iTunes

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Gucci Mane is only nearly six months out of the clinker, recently engaged to Keyshia Ka’oir, and is on his fourth project in 2016. This project is with Philly rapper Lil Uzi Vert with only seven tracks, featuring production from Mannie Fresh, Zaytoven, Honorable C-Note and more. On Saturday, November 19, 2016, Lil Uzi Vert took to his Twitter account  to announce a new collab mixtape with Gucci Mane and himself and less than a week later it’s here. The tape is the second collaborative mixtape Gucci’s released in the past two weeks, following the surprise joint project with Future, Free Bricks 2 (Zone 6 Edition), that  dropped  on November 14, 2016.


Check it out below on SoundCloud and tell us what you think!



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Canadian born and two-time Grammy-winning R&B artists Abel Tesfaye aka The Weeknd  has dropped is hugely anticipated album ’Starboy.’ It is the Weeknd’s fourth album and the follow-up to the Billboard 200 chart-topper Beauty Behind The Madness, which produced the #1 tracks “The Hills” and “Can’t Feel My Face.” maxresdefaultThe record features collaborations with Daft Punk, Lana Del Rey, Future and Kendrick Lamar. With months of promotion, including four singles, SNL & AMA performances, & a short film called “M A N I A,” The Weeknd’s the album is absolutely amazing. The Weeknd recently announced the Starboy: Legend of the Fall 2017 World Tour, his first-ever global tour.


Check out the album below and the YouTube video for the single “Starboy” ft. Daft Punk

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Just when you thought Bruno couldn’t be any more fun coming off of this year’s Super Bowl halftime show, Mars’ new LP is his first in four years, features the flashy first single, ”24K Magic” that is reminiscent of the 90’s music that so many of us love. bruno-mars-2Mars took me to a place I haven’t been in awhile with “Chunky,” saying that he’s “lookin’ for the girls with the big ole’ hoops.” I almost started digging in my jewelry box.All nine tracks make you want to get up and party. It’s a happy LP that all can enjoy.   He brought me to a time of house parties and getting close to the boy you liked with Halle Berry is on “Calling All My Lovelies.” R&B star Babyface is on the ending track “Too Good to Say Goodbye,” and T-Pain, co-writer of “Straight Up & Down” help make “24K Magic” a classic album! Check out the LP and video for the “24k Magic” single below and tell us what you think!


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Canadian artist Belly released his new mixtape Inzombia The 11-track project features from Jadakiss, Future, Nav, Young Thug, Zack, Ty Dolla Sign, & Ashanti. This is his first release since May’s Another Day In Paradise. screen-shot-2016-11-11-at-6-08-19-pmBelly’s Inzombia follows previously released singles “You” (featuring Kehlani) and “Ballerina.” Belly told Zane Lowe earlier this week, ”although this was my biggest year musically, a lot of crazy things happened to me,” I felt like I needed a whole body of work to just get it out there and explain my feelings and my side of the story.” The rapper has plans to release a full-length album sometime in the first quarter of 2017. Check it out below on Spotify.



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Just when you can’t believe that KeKe Palmer could be more creative, the “Screams Queen,” shows us her vulnerable, comedic, and grown up sides. The 15-minute EP follows this summer’s “Waited to Exhale” LP as well as a performance in “Grease Live” that was to die for! keke-palmer-laurenThe visual album contains five tracks: “Jealous,” “Pressure,” “Doubtful,” “Hands Free,” and “Got Me F**ked Up,” which features rapper Dreezy. Partially filmed in black and white, there is also a hilarious muppet that takes center stage, and beautiful scantily clad women all over the place.

Palmer spoke to People Magazine about the EP and the reason for the name Lauren. “[Lauren is] my birth name. Keke is a nickname. After creating the EP, I came to the conclusion that [Lauren] would be the best title for it. This is about a girl that you don’t know outside of the perfection of my fame and my popularity. This is a girl from Chicago, this is the foundation of who Keke is. So I wanted to introduce you to her.”




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No one can do it better than Common when it comes to black activism in his music. Common debuted in 1992 with the album Can I Borrow a Dollar?, and has continued to blaze our saddles with songs like “Testify,” and a collaborative song with Erykah Badu, “Love of My Life.” Now, the artist has brought us the album, Black America Again. 565646b92582d86f0446dc67906334c7-1000x1000x1 2016 has been the year for black R&B, Trap, Rap, and Conscious artists to speak about the injustices that black Americans face. With eleven albums under his belt, Common has been the one to speak about how he felt beyond a shadow of a doubt. In 2014, Common collaborated with Questlove with protest music in the wake of a grand jury’s decision not to indict the police officer who killed Eric Garner. Rappers T.I., Slim Thug, Kendrick Lamar and even R&B songstress, Beyonce have said enough is enough and breathed life through their music to speak about social and racial injustice, police brutality, mass incarceration, and institutionalized racism. The MC spoke with Billboard stating, “We are rewriting the black American story.” We are all ready and poised for his poignant project. Check it out below on Spotify!

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Anyone that knows me knows, that I am not the biggest Meek fan, but DC 3 was my ish! It was so poppin’, in my humble opinion, that it stayed in my deck for 2 months. Whenever I jumped in the car, it was playing. He fell out of my graces with his twitter rants and rap beefs, because I thought he was a better artist than that. meek-mill-performance-2015-billboard-1548I was rooting for Meek and just wanted him to stay in the music instead of arguing with his teammate and a pop artist. DC 4 is the latest in a series which began with the first Dreamchasers mixtape in 2011. Dreamchasers 2 came in 2012 and Dreamchasers 3 was issued in 2013.  Anywho, now he has dropped DC 4 and it’s so lit that I’m proud of him again. The mixtape starts off strong with “On The Regular,” continues to gain momentum throughout the tape, and ends with an Outro ft. Lil Snupe. RIP Lil Snupe.

Check it out on Spotify below and tell me what you think!


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Let’s talk about Krazy Obilla. I got a call from a good friend, DJ Jaime O, and he told me “Sunflower, he’s the one.” I take heed to what my good friends say, and I either go with it, or I don’t. The first time that I heard “Rob Atlanta,” I was with it. I knew that it would be controversial, and it would rub some the wrong way, but I couldn’t deny, that joint was jammin’. Obilla has a similar story to artists that we listen to today. Music, prison, streets, music, and they are doing everything they can to make their music jump.

Krazy Obilla has made appearances at SXSW as well as many other popular festivals. Tracks such as “The Situation” and “Rob Atlanta” are the most famous tracks with “Rob Atlanta” actually propelling him to new heights. From #7 hits on iHeart Radio to BET appearances, to performances with guys such as DMX, 21 Savage, and Fetty Wap, this versatile threat is sure to remain a staple in the game for a long time.



SO: Can you tell us a little about yourself? What’s your name and where you’re from?

KO: I’m from Orangeburg SC and you know me as Krazy Obilla the dude that got the hottest song out called “Rob Atlanta”. I’m with Wood Wurk ENT, Wealth Nation Ent., And I Own Aww HeLL Music Cartel. I come from a fucked up world that a lot people could relate to.. I take the bad life and make good music out it. The state of SC support me.

SO: Let us know what your social media and how can we find you…

KO: Aww man I’m everywhere . Find me on Instagram @krazy_obilla_ , Twitter @krazy_obilla , soundcloud @krazy Obilla , and you can check out the official website @ Make sure you join my email list.

SO: How did you first get involved with rapping?

KO: My family was in this industry.. I wrote my first 300 songs on a hundred day lockdown in Prision. I was in a lot of pain and the only thing could explain myself to was the pin and pad. I didn’t even knew I could rap. When I came home, I got with all the right people

SO: What do you find the most challenging about the music industry?

KO: Finding loyal people

SO: Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while performing?

KO: I met a lot of celebrities because I did shows with a lot of them but ain’t no need to mention them, they had no affect on my career..but  Outside of the stage during the grind, I built relationships with many major people..

SO: How do you keep coming up with dope rhymes?

KO: My music come from a special place somewhere inside of me. My delivery come from God. I don’t control what I write. I let the fire that’s burning inside of me from all the emotions come out. That’s where that fire music come from

SO: Now, I have heard and I’m currently playing “Rob Atlanta,” what was your inspiration for that particular song?

KO: The song “Rob Atlanta” is a metaphor. When someone mention the city of Atlanta, you automatically think of music. When I say Atlanta , I’m talking about music. I have many reasons for writing that song tho. Most people run to Atlanta thinking that they gonna get on. I was different, I went against the grain. I created Rob Atlanta so Atlanta can come to me


SO: I know you have a few more singles you want to drop on us, but what I’ve heard from DJ Jaime O, you’re going to drop an EP. What can we expect from that?

KO: You can expect the same affect you got from “Rob Atlanta” . I’m not a one hit wonder. I got another single called “Shower on Her” it’s more like exotic strip club music and I’m working on a trilogy/story called Pablo Story.

SO: Do you have anyone that has influenced you in your career? Who and Why?

KO: I gotta give it to the people that had my back from the bottom. These people motivated me to keep pushing. some of them step in the mud with me. They deserve my respect.

SO: Where do you see yourself in the next couple of years?

KO: I see myself in greater position than I am today

SO:  Is the anyone you would like to give a shoutout to?

KO: S/o DJ Jaime O , Wood Work, Rready, Demetrius Hart, DJ Scipio, DJ Cool Kev, DJ Vip, DJ Stroke, Dj SunFlower, DjSkorp, DJ Del, DJ Dirty, DJ Blord, Dj Weezy, DJ Flock, DJ Zel, Rolla, Black Pablo, Curtis Nimoms, Skitzo, DJ Lpeezy, Mista Taylor, DJ Swampizzo, All my social media Fans, A Money, Los, and R.I.P Theo

SO: Anything else you want to drop on us before we get out of here?

KO: All I gotta say is AWwHeLL!!!!!!!!!



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