[Hip-Hop] Pusha T – Numbers On The Board (Prod. Don Cannon & Kanye West)

Pusha T
Numbers On The Boards

After Jay-Z released his “Open Letter” earlier this morning, Kanye decided he couldn’t let his big bro have all the fun today. Yeezy made his return to Twitter for the first time in months this afternoon to let everyone know:

Soon after, we were given this unique new single from Pusha T. I say unique, because I don’t believe I’ve heard a beat quite like this ever before. It really takes a good pair of headphones to hear all the subtleties and nuanes in the production. This will presumably be featured on Pusha’s upcoming solo debut, My Name Is My Name, due out later this year.

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[Hip-Hop] Big Sean – Detroit (Mixtape)

Since being signed to G.O.O.D. Music back in 2007, Big Sean has had a steady rise finding mainstream success with out losing his original fan base. Sean has been featured on some of the biggest hip-hop tracks in the last couple of years and, with the help of Kanye West, emerged as a consistently relevant artist. Best known for his witty wordplay and experimental flows, the Detroit native  has been a very valuable asset to the G.O.O.D. team. On his latest mixtape, dedicated to his home city, he draws in help from a ridiculous amount of notable names in hip-hop including Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Juicy J and King Chip, just to name a few. With production credits just as impressive, Detroit, will likely be one of the strongest efforts from Big Sean yet.

With G.O.O.D. Music’s highly anticipated Cruel Summer‘s September 18th release date around the corner, this should more than hold fans over. Stream a few notable tracks below and download the whole tape for free here: Big Sean – Detroit (Mixtape).

’Big Sean – Higher (Prod. keY Wane)’
’Big Sean – 24K of Gold (ft. J Cole) ‘
’Big Sean – Experimental (ft. Juicy J & King Chip)’
’Big Sean – 100 (ft. Royce Da 5’9  & Kendrick Lamar) (Prod by Don Cannon)’
’Big Sean – Once Bitten Twice Shy (Prod by Hit Boy)’
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