Lil Wayne surprises fans with his 4th of July-inspired EP In Tune We Trust. The project features four tracks including his remix to Playboi Carti’s “Magnolia,” and appearances from Jeezy, Gudda Gudda, HoodyBaby, Jay Jones, and Euro, plus production from Mike WiLL Made-It, Rio, Kamo, and Kaliphat. “Wait for Carter V to drop,” Wayne raps on “Magnolia.” “It’s the Roc / I’m throwing up the Roc / I ain’t from Magnolia but Tunechi still a soldier / And rest in peace to Soulja, ’cause he was real Magnolia.” Wayne discussed his reasons for the release of the ep over Instagram. “Im STILL trying to Read More
After releasing another ep in honor of Kush & Orange Juice’s seven-year anniversary and to heighten the anticipation for Rolling Papers 2, Wiz Khalifa blesses his fans with his new EP, Pre-Rolleds. The project include four-tracks, an appearance from Chevy Woods with production by Sledgren, Tay MasterChef, Prezident Jeff, and Soldado. Listen below.
In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, Jeremih releases his surprise EP Cinco de MihYo. “I was inspired by the holiday and put this project together in the last 24 hours,” Jeremih told HotNewHipHop. “I walked in the studio and my producer Bongo [ByTheWay] was playing some guitar vibes. After a few shots of tequila and some good company, I decided to do something different for my fans.” Blending Spanish with hip-hop and R&B, the project features five festive tracks including songs like “Cinco de Mayo,” “Mi Amor,” and “Papasito.” It’s also Jeremih’s first solo project since last year’s Late Nights: Europe. Read More
Tiara Thomas drops off her latest project Don’t Mention My Name, the follow-up to her 2015 Up in Smoke EP, the five-song project EP include the tracks like “Too Late,”“Suicide Shit,” “Don’t Mention My Name” and more. Listen below.
Gucci Mane has big plans for 2017. In addition to his upcoming album DropTopWizop, he lets go of three new Shawty Redd-produced tracks “Ever,” “Wasn’t Me” and “Sir Brix-a-Lot” titled 3 for Free. Stream below.
Fabolous and Trey Songz celebrate the New Year with their joint project Trappy New Years. The 6-track EP features remixes of 2016’s hottest tracks including Migos’ “Bad & Boujee,” Future’s “Used to This,” and Travis Scott’s “Pick Up the Phone.” Ring in the new year Trey and Fab style.
It’s here. Lloyd comes threw with the release of his long-awaited EP, Tru. “I lost it all,” he says on the intro. “But in life there’s always a chance to grow from the struggle, from the pain, from the realness. Here’s my story.” “Tru” is the singer’s first project since 2011’s King of Hearts, which includes five-tracks featuring appearances from Lil Wayne on “Holding,” Rick Ross guests on “Heavenly Body” and 2 Chainz on the “Tru (Remix).” Listen to the soul cleansing below.
After dropping her“Free (Freestyle)” in August and her tribute to Missy Elliott at this year’s “VH1 Hip Hop Honors,” Trina returns to her music roots with a her new EP Dynasty 6. “What the fuck you gon’ do now?” she asks on the intro “First Place.” “My album out / They won’t buy you / Six / I done came with the hits…Now, welcome to 6.” Stream it below.
Dreamville signee Ari Lennox delivers her seven track Ep, Pho. with her new EP, out today. That seems to be part of the Dreamville songstress’ M.O. “Sometimes women are put in this box where we’re only supposed to talk about certain things,” she adds. “I want to be braver and riskier. I think people want to hear that kind of honesty and frankness.” Stream below.
In addition to releasing his Hustle Gang crew’s mixtape Hustle Gang Over Errrrythang, T.I. lets go of Us or Else, his six track EP inspired by the recent police violence targeting unarmed black men and the Black Lives Matter movement. The project includes the singles“We Will Not” and “Warzone,” with appearances from Quavo, Meek Mill, Big K.R.I.T., and Killer Mike.