Jay-Z releases his Official, “Creative Control”, Mixtape Hosted by DJ Green Lantern. Roc Nation and Team Invasion do the damn thing and drop this official mixtape masterpiece, complete with trademark GL production, remixes, live appearances and never-before-heard music. Before it was the mighty Neil Armstrong, DJ Green Lantern infamously toured with Jigga Man as his #1 on
Chris Brown teams up with DJ Drama to drop his First Official Mixtape “In My Zone”. The 21-track mixtape has plenty of chart topping remakes including Trey Songz’ biggest records, “Invented Head” and “Say Ahh”. The tape features Soulja Boy, LA The Darkman, T.Breezy and Rich Girl. Chris Brown is flaunting his new-found bad boy image to the fullest, while taking a
The Atlanta rapper Trinidad James presents his first official mixtape “Don’t Be S.A.F.E.” (Sensitive As F**k Everyday). The tape includes the smash singles “All Gold Everything”, “Females Welcomed”, “Gold On My MacBook” and more. In addition the album features guest appearances from Forte Bowie, Juke, Reija Lee and more. Don’t Be S.A.F.E presented by Trinidad James. First of all, S.A.F.E.
A$AP Mob’s compilation mixtape is here, featuring A$AP members Ferg, Rocky, Ant, Twelvy, and Nast. Guest spots from Raekwon, Gunplay, Danny Brown and more. Production comes from A$AP Ty Beats, Clams Casino, AraabMusik and more. Lord$ Never Worry is the debut mixtape by Harlem, New York hip hop group A$AP Mob, led by A$AP Rocky. The mixtape was released as a
Joey Bada$$ follows up his impressive 1999 mixtape with a compilation of leftover recordings. Rejex features songs that didn’t make the cut on 1999, but he felt they were necessary to show the fans his progression so far. The 17-year-old Brooklyn, New York native follows his breakout debut 1999 with a collection of tracks that didn’t make the final cut of the mixtape.
Young’n Joey Bada$$ drops his debut mixtape “1999″ Hosted by Pro Era. This tape has Features including Chuck Strangers, Pro Era, Capital STEEZ, Kirk Knight and more. Jo-Vaughn Virginie Scott (born January 20, 1995), better known by his stage name Joey Badass (stylised as Joey Bada$$), is an independent American rapper, producer and artist from Brooklyn, New York. He is a member
NYC rapper A$AP Rocky releases his Dope “Live.Love.ASAP” mixtape with Features such as Schoolboy Q, Spaceghost Purrp, ASAP Ferg, Main Attrakionz and more. Rakim Mayers (born October 3, 1988), better known by his stage name ASAP Rocky (stylized as A$AP Rocky), is an American rapper and music video director. Born and raised in the New York City neighborhood Harlem, he is a member of the hip
Juelz Santana’s anticipated mixtape, “God Will’n” features a ton of artists, including Lil Wayne, Lloyd Banks, Wale, Future, Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross & Meek Mill. Not too long ago, Dipset rapper Juelz Santana had more nutso style and young-hyena energy than almost anyone else on New York’s rap scene, but crew infighting, label politics, and maybe
Jae Millz drops off the second installment in his “Dead Presidents” series. This one features Smoke DZA, Twista, Fred The Godson, Vado, Gudda Gudda and more for a total of 23 tracks. Jae Millz has released his mixtape Dead Presidents 2, hosted by Evil Empire. For the tape, the rapper enlists a crew of guests including Vado, Fred The
Astro aka The Astronomical Kid returns with “DeadBeats & Lazy Lyrics,” his official mixtape hosted by DJ Tech. This tape features 12 original records with production from 9th Wonder, BrandUn DeShay, ThatLoserLaron and MF Doom, along with 3 records produced by Astro himself. Brian Bradley (born August 4, 1996) is from Brooklyn, New York. Became
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