New Music

Aug
25
Stream Jeezy’s Album ‘Seen It All: The Autobiography’

Seen It All

While Jeezy sits behind bars for gun possession, his fifth album Seen It All: The Autobiography is streaming on iTunes Radio.

The follow-up to 2011′s TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition boasts 15 tracks, with appearances from T.I., August Alsina, YG, Rick Ross, The Game, Lil Boosie, and Future.

“This is gonna be your bible, this is gonna be your manual,” Jizzle told MTV News. “I’m not gonna tell you that everything gonna be okay, that everything’s gonna be alright, but the moral to the story is never quit, never let up. A win is a win. That’s what this album is about.”

Get a first listen before the album arrives on September 2.

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Aug
25
New Mixtape: Ty Dolla $ign – ‘$ign Language’

$ign Language

A year after dropping his DJ Drama-hosted mixtape Beach House 2, Ty Dolla $ign feeds the streets with $ign Language.

The 11 tracks include appearances from T.I., Rick Ross, Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa, French Montana, Yo Gotti, Mila J, Fabolous, and YG, with production from DJ Mustard, Metro Boomin, FKi, and D’Mile.

Next up, Ty will release his debut album Free TC, which is expected to feature T.I., Brandy, and Kendrick Lamar.

Stream and download below.

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Aug
25
New Music: Rico Love – ‘Coldest’

Coldest

After calling out the gold diggers on “Bitches Be Like,” Rico Love salutes one special lady on his latest song “Coldest.” The Division1 boss sings about an independent woman who buys her own bags and shoes, and doesn’t ask for any handouts.

“Even when you out of town, when you touch down / You be the coldest bitch in the city,” he sings.

On August 27, Rico will release his free album I Sin featuring Big K.R.I.T., Troy Ave, Bobby Shmurda, Future, and Kevin Gates.

See the tracklisting below.

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Aug
25
G-Unit Returns with Surprise EP ‘The Beauty of Independence’

The Beauty of Independence

The Unit is back. Without prior warning, the hip-hop supergroup pulled a Beyoncé and dropped its six-track digital EP The Beauty of Independence on Sunday at midnight.

Their first project since 2008′s T.O.S (Terminate on Site) includes production from Havoc, Ryan “Ryu” Alexy, Lord Quest, and 45 Music.

The EP comes after the group reunited on stage at Hot 97 Summer Jam in June. 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, and New Orleans newcomer Kidd Kidd have been dropping remixes and original songs in the meantime.

The music brought them back together after six years. “It’s clear that the passion for what we do is there because you don’t see the same numbers anymore,” 50 told Billboard. “But it’s even more important that you mean something. For me, when I fell in love with [music], authenticity was everything.”

Stream the entire EP below.

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Aug
24
New Music: Usher – ‘Believe Me’

Usher

In between banging on Nicki Minaj’s booty at the VMAs, Usher quietly dropped his new song “Believe Me.” On the emotional Mike WiLL Made-It-produced track, Ursh sings about betraying his girl’s trust and being left with the guilt.

“And it breaks my heart to know I break your heart,” he croons.

His eighth album, which may or may not be called UR, is due this fall. He has also announced a world tour, “The UR Experience,” set to kick off later this year.

Hear Usher’s confessions below.

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Aug
24
New Music: P. Reign f/ Drake & Future – ‘DnF’

Dear America

Reps up. Drake joins fellow Toronto native P. Reign and Future on “DnF.” Drizzy has two things on his mind, getting drunk and fu**ing.

“More rest and sex is all a ni**a needs / Spent a lifetime of stress trying to put my mind at ease,” he sings.

Look for the song on P. Reign’s upcoming EP Dear America, due September 9. The five tracks also feature Waka Flocka Flame and A$AP Rocky.

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Aug
24
New Music: Eminem f/ Sia – ‘Guts Over Fear’

Guts Over Fear

Hours after announcing his new album ShadyXV, Eminem has unleashed his new single “Guts Over Fear” featuring Sia. Slim Shady reflects on the highs and lows of his career on the empowering anthem about acceptance.

“So this is for every kid whose all they ever did was dreamt that one day just getting accepted / I represent him and her and anyone similar / You are the reason that I made this song,” he raps.

The song can also be heard in the trailer for The Equalizer starring Denzel Washington.

On November 24, Shady Records will release ShadyXV, a two-CD compilation of the label’s greatest hits including 50 Cent’s “In Da Club” and Eminem’s “Lose Yourself,” plus an album of new material from Em, Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil, D-12, and Yelawolf.

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