Mr. Kiss-My-Ass Ca$he’s tape is becoming a black hole of leaks, but as long as the music is thorough, we’ll just sit back and watch the show. Whereas one particular “Mega” producer suggest that Haute Living is the way to go, Chase opts for the grimier side of things with the fourth edition of “Trill Living” with the only remaining Supersonic.
Chase N. Cashe – “Trill 4.0″ (Prod. By Jake One)
Shad Moss, the grown-up pup, is officially on the darkside for this current chapter in his musical emporium. The album’s name is Underrated and Bow Weezy is no longer content with taking money that smells like Just For Me fresh out of piggybanks. Before we’re surely bombarded with the requisite Wayne feature for the album, Bow calls up the more accessible members of the squad for some ruckus.
Bow Wow Feat. Cory Gunz & Jae Millz – “Do It The Fullest” (Prod. By Cardiak)
Although he’s far from a slouch in the battle of the iron mic spit, Melo-Xtra is taking it to a level most of peers have to instruct another individual to fulfil for them. Using the power of his eight digits and two opposable thumbs, FEWTURE is slated to be a journey through uncharted audio wavelengths. Put your money down now and grab it on 31 January.
Melo-X – “The Dark Joker”
The oxymoron of naming your joint No Cook and asking Cookin’ Soul to light fire to it is only for sh*ts and giggles. Pyrex Pre$$ is so forserious about the baked goods being shipped out his studio’s kitchen. Along with The 58’s frontman, B. White (who turns up the Fahrenheit for his shot), PA just got a lot darker and it sure as hell is hot. If you want more, No Cook is available now.
Pyrex Pre$$ Feat. B. White – “Street Runners”
What do we know about Ofishal? Not a whole lot of anything minus he’s from Nashville and has a mixtape titled Shotgun coming out with DJ Smallz and he just dropped a dope track with Don Trip, “The Whole Crew.” We know a lot about Trip and wouldn’t dare miss an opportunity to share a new verse.
Ofishal Feat. Don Trip – “The Whole Crew”