Superstar Sequel: Lil Wayne- No Ceilings 2


Thanksgiving night saw the release of No Ceilings 2, the sequel to Wayne’s best tape ever…yeah I said it. It’s taken 6 years to re-up the series, and in that time we’ve seen Weezy transform, re-tool, cool down, and heat back up. This is 23 tracks of blacking out, packed full of lines worth rewinding and bars you’ll never need to hear again. Enjoy.

New Single: Curren$y-Superstar ft. Ty Dolla $ign


We’re about a week away from Curren$y’s new record, Canal Street Confidential, and to celebrate we’re blessed with “Superstar”, featuring Ty Dolla $ign. I always geek out over new Spitta records. The dude is the rap-game Ryan Adams. Tons of material, and absolutely none of it sucks. Bump this.

New Heat: Erykah Badu- But You Caint Use My Phone


The holiday season always means new heat. This weekend we’re treated to a brand new Badu tape, which serves as a prelude to her upcoming full-length. She knows what people want…which means there’s 2 Drake features here and a guest verse from 3000. Eat, drink, and be merry with Erykah’s sexy ass…

You can stream the EP here, and buy it via iTunes on December 4th. Enjoy.

New Release: Koncept & J57- The Fuel EP


November 20th marked the drop of Koncept & J57’s The Fuel, a project tailor-made to define and defy the era in which it was created. The NY-based duo has been hard at work on the project for over a year, and now it’s here. Patience is a virtue, and the duo spared no detail releasing the EP in anticipation of 2016’s full length, The Flight.

Lets face it, hip hop is in a tailspin.  There’s a bar deficiency marked by trendy tracks with robot-voiced choruses threatening to wash the culture in a perpetual shade of turn up. Patience is running low while anxiety rides high, and in that every day space you’ll find Koncept rapping over J57’s immaculate beats on The Fuel. There’s a light in this project meant to guide you whether you realize you need the help or not.

The eight-song EP finds Koncept delivering serious wisdom. His struggle is ours and vice versa. You can’t help but appreciate the vibes and bask in their collective PMA from start to finish. These two have been insanely busy leading up to this release; dropping vids, interviews, and singles, with The Fuel culminating their epic year. And that hard work channels a passionate, positive message via 57’s massive production.

The Fuel is built to last.





New Sights: Jadakiss-You Don’t Eat


Jada’s newest record, Top 5 Dead or Alive, is buzzing. Here’s the visual treatment for “You Don’t Eat”, featuring Puff. These two have a storied past, so it’s nice to hear them putting in work again. This golden age revival shit is strong heading into the close of 2015. We need some Hype Williams and shiny suits right about now.