Coming off a weekend that was completely owned by Kanye West (debuting “New Slaves” across the world, announcing his Yeezus album title and confirming the June 18 release date, premiering “Black Skinhead” on Saturday Night Live and revealing the album’s artwork), we also saw some great material from many others. A$AP Ferg dropped both the audio and video to his “Work (rmx)” featuring A$AP Rocky, ScHoolboy Q, French Montana and Trinidad Jame$; Kendrick Lamar dropped his “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe” video; we premiered Cookin’ Soul’s remaking of Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y’s Live In Concert EP; The Weeknd, Mayer Hawthorne and Nipsey Hu$$le return to music; Gucci Mane dissed T.I., Yo Gotti and Young Jeezy; unreleased music from Wu-Tang Clan and Rakim surfaced and more!
Other notable drops came from the likes of B.o.B, 2 Chainz, Crooked I, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, Nacho Picasso, Prodigy, Alchemist, Calez, JMSN, Daft Punk, Pharrell and more. Hit the jump and catch up on last week’s dope’ness!
Earlier this week, ‘Sh*t and Rozay announced that they would be releasing their long-awaited collaborative LP, The H, and YMCMB videographer Derick G‘s got the mastered version of their new single, “Pop That P*ssy.”
Wayne’s pops and Ricky Ross have decided to finally release the “lost” album they originally planned on dropping back in 2008. The new date? May 23rd. Click play on their PSA and check the artwork below.
The MMG rapper Rockie Fresh delivers visuals to his latest single “Life Long” alongside Rick Ross and Nipsey Hussle. Electric Highway is available now, along with his latest offering, The Birthday Tape.
Replacing Lil Wayne (and his “Emmett Till” controversy) with his “daddy,” another rapper who got into some hot water over his lyrics and French Montana = the remix to Struggle Falsetto’s club banger. Props to DGB.