Kid Cudi is back with the first cut off of indicud featuring King Chip, previously known as Chip Tha Ripper. It was produced by Cudi himself and premiered on Complex. I’m really glad to hear Kid Cudi returning to his rap roots and doing what he does best, a big change from his previous project WZRD. Cudi seems to finally be comfortable with where he is and it appears he’s ready to get back to being my favorite artist in the game. Peep this Compex interview to read up on where he’s at and how things with the G.O.O.D. music family are going.
A week after releasing the video for “Pedal2Medal” off of his latest DopeHead mixtape, Will Hill puts out the visual counterpart to “Wake Up” (from DopeHead) and Dream off of the previously released W.H.. Filmed, edited & directed by Runaway Films.
Smike and I both agree this is the best song off of TNGHT’s EP. Lucky for us they just dropped the video for it. If you haven’t already done so, go and cop the EP from the iTunes Store.
Fred Falke has provided us with the perfect second perspective on Lana Del Rey’s “National Anthem”. Going off of the already established old school feel of the music video this remix builds on it.
Dr. Dre, Jay-Z, and Rick Ross dropped these visuals just to remind everybody who runs the game.
When Greg and Mike asked me to stay on board with 201 Beats a few months ago I admit I was very honored and was grateful for the opportunity. However, I have not lived up to my side of the bargain and stayed on my posting game. The 201 staff put a lot of work into the site and although their vision for its material has progressed from the EDM/House genre, when I heard this track I just felt like I needed to share it with the world. 3LAU is a young DJ I have been pushing to our readers for a while now and frankly I think this is his best work yet taking on an already smash hit from Zedd.
Talib Kweli (from Black Star) will be headlining “The Ultimate College Bar (Mitzvah)” presented by Jspace.com. The party will take place at Highline Ballroom this Thursday, August 2nd. Opening acts will include The Rooks and The Higher Concept, and multiple DJs will be spinning throughout the night. Tickets are $15 for one, $25 for two. Attendees must be 18 to party, 21 to drink.
Buy tickets at www.jspace.com/buycollege
UGH, That right there was a Rick Ross grunt. Nobody can hold you back Ricky Rozay.
You know when you wake from a really long night’s sleep and you immediately go to the bathroom to take a leak. That amazing feeling of relief kind of feels like a breath of fresh air and that feeling is what this song made me feel. It’s the return of Simba, the return of Nat King Cole, the return of the Cole World, it is the return of J. Cole.
Oh, I almost forgot to mention that you can watch the 10th installment of Kanye’s VOYR. Click play and you’ll gain instant backstage access to the Throne’s Madison Square Garden show. #AllYeezyEverything
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