DJ Mustard is back with another project full of summer bangers. The L.A beatsmith gave short notice via his Instagram last night (July 19) that he has a new project coming this week. His new mixtape, 10 Summers: The Mixtape Vol. 1 will be dropping on July 23rd.
To thank his fans for the success for the success of Dirty Sprite 2, Future is going on a fully free four city mini-tour to salute his fans. Ironically, the tour is called “Salute the Fans”. For now, the specific for each location hasn’t been released, but will soon be disclosed to the #FutureHive the morning of each show. Check out the official announcement of the “Salute the Fans” Tour.
Jay Rock has been in TDE for a while now, usually in the shadows of one of the most dynamic music collectives out now. However, that’s all about to change with his new project coming soon. On Friday, the Watts rapper played a little snippet of his new music for Kendrick Lamar. Although the clip is fairly brief, you get the feeling that Rock’s new album is going to be as dope as the leading artists within the group.
Too $hort is currently sitting in jail after rejecting a deal offered by the judge on his DUI case, TMZreports.
After accepting a plea deal regarding a DUI in 2013, a judge ruled that he be on probation for three years and complete community service instead of serving jail time.
Cash Money Records leader Birdman was reportedly upset at his artist Tyga for releasing his latest project The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty on streaming sites such as Spotify. But the part-time rapper is taking more serious steps over the release of Lil Wayne’s recent Free Weezy Album.
While visiting SKEE TV, Kid Ink took on questions from the fans and revealed his top five hip hop albums of all time.
Among his top five list were the Notorious B.I.G’s Life After Death, DMX’s It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot, Puff Daddy & The Family’s No Way Out, Mase’s Harlem World and Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle.
50 Cent has reportedly fallen on hard times. After being deemed as one of hip-hop’s cash kings for almost a decade, Fif filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy on July 13, according to reports. He reportedly has assets and debts that range between $10 and $50 million.
In support of his debut independent album, Broke With Expensive Taste, Azealia Banks will be touring with K. Michelle this fall. The two will be joining forces to embark on a 20-city tour that will kick off on Sept. 15th in Indianapolis. They will be performing in cities like Detroit, Baltimore, New York, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas and Denver before having the grand finale in Los Angeles on Oct. 15th.
Glory Boyz Entertainment rapper, and Chief Keef associate, Capo was reportedly killed in Chicago today.
The Chicago Tribune reports several shootings, one of which occurred this afternoon on the 7700 block of South Kingston Avenue on the city’s South Side. A young man (confirmed by friends to be Capo) was shot in the hip and back and taken to the Advocate Christ Medical Center where he was subsequently pronounced dead.
Atlanta rap trio Migos announce the new name of their debut album, Yung Rich Nation, dropping July 31st on Quality Control Music (distributed by 300 Entertainment). They also unveil the new artwork for the LP, which features all three members Quavo, Offset and Takeoff emblazoned on one of their signature gold medallions. The album is available for pre-order now and all purchases will automatically receive “One Time,” “Pipe It Up” and “Recognition” as instant grat tracks.
On the heels of releasing their highly successful debut clothing line Yung Rich Nation that’s been selling out across the country, their hit track “Fight Night” has officially been certified Gold by the RIAA. Further solidifying that it’s their time, Migos were recently profiled in Rolling Stone magazine who then crowned them “Atlanta’s hottest rap group“.