Ricky Blaze enlists the help from another NYC rapper Jim Jones for new track “Kill Em” which sees a more laidback take for Ricky. This is taken off his upcoming mixtape “The Maestro” which is due to drop soon.
Hip hop production genius Mike Will Made It gave away his new mixtape for Christmas, “Est. In 1989 Pt 2.5” is the latest in the “Est. In 1989” mixtape series and this time around it features Chief Keef, Rihanna, Future, 2 Chainz, Brandy, Gucci Mane, Jim Jones, Juvenile and lots more.
A$AP Rocky’s crew A$AP Mob just shared their much anticipated new mixtape “Lords Never Worry” which features the previously released tracks “Purple Kisses” and “Bath Salt” with Flatbush Zombies but also features new tracks with Raekwon, Danny Brown, Gunplay, Jim Jones and more. Production on the mixtape comes from AraabMuzik, Clams Casino, A$AP Ty Beats and others. This mixtape is unleashed in anticipation of A$AP Rocky’s full-length album, “LongLiveA$AP” which was just pushed to a Halloween release.
Tracklist after the jump.
Azealia Banks with new track “Succubi” that apparently is a diss track towards Jim Jones.
Kingdom’s latest release on Night Slugs was amazing for the eerie, mist filed forest dance floor vibe that it conjured up, but there’s something I find almost even more exciting about the superb edits of mainstream tracks that he’s been putting out regularly.
Often showing his influences in a more direct way, these edits aren’t afraid to substantially rework the tracks, whether that means cutting Kanye & Jay Z out of “Monster”, taking Sean Kingston out of his duet with Nicki Minaj, or in this case taking out all the rapping and just leaving in a trancelike synth line and Jim Jones hoarsely yelling “I need y’all to rewind this and play it from the top!” Will do, Jim Jones. Will do.