[Hip-Hop] Will Brennan & Madeaux – Wait One Second

Wait One Second
Will Brennan & Madeaux
Wait One Second

It’s the Friday right before Holiday break, which means it’s as appropriate a time as ever to just chill out and relax. What am I saying? I’m really just searching for any excuse to bump this new track from Will Brennan and Madeaux. “Wait One Second” seems like a perfect team up between the talented pair, with the South Florida emcee lacing the dense, sirenic instrumental with a confident swagger and provocative lyrics. We haven’t featured Madeaux at all in the past, but after checking out his SoundCloud, that’s certainly bound to change moving forward. Stream the single above, and make sure to grab a free download to keep this one in your rotation.

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[Hip-Hop] Asher Roth – Pot of Gold

Asher Roth
Pot of Gold (Prod. Blended Babies)

It’s been a minute since we last heard from college rapper Asher Roth, but the young spitter graces the interwebs to drop off a new track for our listening enjoyment. His new single, “Pot of Gold,” is a signature chill track that echoes the sound Roth has been experimenting with for the past few releases.

The laidback mood and wavy Blended Babies production fit well with Roth’s mellow flow. It seems as if he’s more on the serious side or may have just recorded this track after waking up with a vicious hangover from partying the night before. Irregardless, this track is a subtle listen. Be sure to stay on the lookout for his upcoming, long-delayed sophomore project RetroHash, dropping January 7th.

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[Hip-Hop] Rick Ross – The Devil Is A Lie (Feat. Jay Z)

Devil Is a Lie
Rick Ross
The Devil Is A Lie (Feat. Jay Z)

Despite whatever your feelings may be about Rick Ross and his MMG collective, you have to admit that he knows how to craft a hit, even if his recent efforts have fallen a bit short. Whenever Rozay and Hov team up though, we’re almost guaranteed a certified banger, and that’s exactly what we have with “The Devil Is A Lie.” This soulful trap joint features both emcees at their finest, with Ross deploying his verses with his usual swagger, and Jay Z adopting a flow that sounds eerily similar to Drake a la “Worst Behavior.”  The real winner here though is that instrumental from K.E. On The Track, and you can learn more about the process that went behind the track from the producer himself below.

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[Mixtape] Casey Veggies & Rockie Fresh – Fresh Veggies


Just as the year ticks down to an end, the good music keeps on flowing. After several leaks and teasers, the joint effort from young emcees Casey Veggies and Rockie Fresh finally arrives for our listening enjoyment. The Puma-sponsored mixtape Fresh Veggies is a 10 track effort with all original material. It’s a tasty treat for music fans of the Chitown and LA representatives that features guest spots from Juicy J, Ty Dolla $ign, and Hit-Boy, as well as production from Lunice and Holladay. Take a listen to a few of our favorites and download the mix below.

DOWNLOAD: Casey Veggies & Rockie Fresh – Fresh Veggies

Casey Veggies & Rockie Fresh
Fresh Veggies (prod. Lunice)
Casey Veggies & Rockie Fresh
Aladdin (prod. Uncle Dave)
Casey Veggies & Rockie Fresh
Sacrifice (prod. Rey Reel)
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[NEW] Kid Cudi – Satellite Flight

Kid Cudi
Satellite Flight

‘Tis definitely the season for musical gifts. To most people’s surprise, Cleveland native Kid Cudi is back with a brand new track for our listening pleasure. As always, Cudi is not afraid of experimenting with his sound. He keeps the mood dark but interesting with a genre-crossing sound and melancholy vibe. Mixing together a blend of singing and rapping over trippy, atmospheric production, this track is reminiscent of his Man on the Moon flow. This is the first track off his upcoming EP, Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon, however no release date is confirmed yet. In the meantime, sit back and enjoy a journey through the otherworldly sound of the rager.

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[Hip-Hop] Mac Miller – Eggs Aisle + Earth (Feat. Future)

Mac Live From Space
Mac Miller
Eggs Aisle
Mac Miller
Earth (Feat. Future)

Pittsburgh emcee Mac Miller is preparing to release his newest album, Live From Space, tomorrow. Just as the title suggests, the project is a compilation of live renditions of tracks performed with The Internet during Mac’s Space Migration Tour, along with a few leftovers from the Watching Movies With The Sound Off recording process. Among those extras are these brand new cuts leaked earlier today. The first one, “Eggs Aisle,” features Mac spitting solo over a swirling, atmospheric instrumental, while the second includes a seemingly unnatural pairing with Future. Ditching his trademarked auto-tune, the Atlanta native steps out of his comfort zone and delivers a surprisingly competent verse on the laidback, jazzy single. Stream both tracks above, and make sure to grab yourself a copy of Live From Space when it drops tomorrow.

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[NEW] Disclosure – Latch (DJ Premier Remix)

Latch DJ Premier
Latch (DJ Premier Remix)

The burst of music released over the holidays has commenced and, of all the tunes under the tree, Disclosure‘s upcoming Settle remix album has us especially excited. Today, after an impressive first glimpse, the UK-based electronic duo let loose the highly anticipated rework of “Latch” by legendary hip-hop producer DJ Premier. While the original is an addicting masterpiece in itself, Premier slows the tempo down and adds a D’Angelo-esque piano melody with steady percussion making for a new-age take on the classic R&B of the 90s. The Settle remix album drops December 17th.

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