Last night, Gucci Mane and Future dropped a new mixtape "Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition", the sequel to their 2011 mixtape.
HOOD DIEZEL’s 5th musical mixtape, “I Am The No”, is dense with the notion that he’s in a league of his own with well-documented lyrics about the reality of growing up in Pompano while maneuvering a way to blast off in the industry. Diezel is a rap-avenger delivering dope gritty music with no gimmicks and while this record is sure to please longtime fans, it also works as a compelling case that Diezel and producer, Cash Marley, is South Florida’s new dynamic duo as Marley produced the majority of the tape allowing Diezel to capitalize off the natural progression of his solid rap career.
HipHopDX: "Kodak Black is sitting in jail, but is not letting that stop him from keeping his train moving. He is making a statement with the cover art for his upcoming mixtape, Lil B.I.G. Pac, which dropped today. The cover art for Lil B.I.G. Pac features the 18-year-old dressed like a baby in the same fashion of The Notorious B.I.G.'s Ready to Die album. The baby has a bandana tied around his head a la Tupac."
YEAH BOY!!!!! YOUNG BUCK is back with that fire!!! As far as I'm concerned, the game is complete now that Buck dropped this dope ass mixtape. 'Before The Beast' is a prelude to Young Buck 's upcoming G-Unit EP, "The Beast Is G-Unit". The mixtape features Lloyd Banks, Yo Gotti, Lil Reese, Cap 1, Trae Tha Truth, Lil Boosie, Tony Yayo and Kidd Kidd, with production by BandPlay, Drumma Boy, Tru Wealth of Drum Squad, Sonny Digital and Doe Pesci. My favorite track is "Pull Up".
"CyHi The Prynce is back with his new mixtape Black Hystori Project 2: N.A.A.C.P. (New Artists Aligning Cultural People), this installment features 11 tracks from CyHi."
SCHOOLBOY Q is a great rapper, pure and simple and raw sh*t that don't melt. "They Reminisce Over You" Freestyle? ... He bodied that sh*t. Q's mixtapes are too underrated. I'm sure most hip hop heads have "Gangsta & Soul" downloaded in their collection already, but I'm posting now for those who don't. I love the beginning of the song "Dead Rappers" , taken from 2pac's movie "Juice". Q's been going hard for a long ass time. His music gets me through the day. This is real Hip-Hop.
If you've watched the last episode of "Suits" (USA Network), then I'm sure you recognized a sultry version of Gnarles Barkley's "Crazy" playing in the background of a steamy scene. That was actually singer, Daniela Andrade's, cover of the song, but a lot of people are getting that version mixed up Katie Noonan's cover. Noonan's (the one I posted) is better because she threw a jazzy spin on the hit record, and the blend between her voice and the background music is simply superb. If you're wondering what instrument is playing at the beginning. I'm pretty sure it's a Wurlitzer electric piano. Unless I'm wrong, in which case, it could be a Rhodes. Noonan's version of "Crazy" is fantastic, amazing, beautiful and stunning, and makes me fall in love with the song every time I hear her sing it. Take a listen.
TITO LOPEZ brings you that new level hip hop. 'Back & Forth' is dope, to the point..No Gimmicks or f*ckery..! Lopez wants to show and prove that there are lyrically dope southern emcees still in existence. Included in this blog post his latest - 'Y.O.U', the mixtape for your downloading pleasure.
Ludacris' albums and mixtapes are always that fire with high energy and deep Southern bass. This new mixtape from the DTP frontman and hip hop OG, is entitled "IDGAF" (a pre-lude to his up & coming album, LUDAVERSAL), which includes 12 records with features from Young Jeexy, Pusha T, Meek Mill, Chris Brown, Mac Miller & more. 14 years in the game and Luda back at it again! This sh*t's banging!