Finally got some new Kanye! This one features DJ Khaled and production by Hit-Boy, and a bangin’ beat. West drops a few names on this one, too. He gives respect to Wiz Khalifa (even though Wiz is currently engaged to Kanye’s ex Amber Rose), disses PETA and Kris Humphries, and says he was in love with Kim Kardashian. At this point, nobody knows what the hell ‘Ye is talking about, but who cares, it’s friggin’ Kanye West.
Big Sean’s debut, Finally Famous: The Album, FINALLY drops on June 28, and we can honestly say, it’s gonna be off the chain. We got an early copy and the beats are great; the rhymes are even better. Not to mention the guest appearances from Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Chris Brown, John Legend, and Wiz Khalifa, just to name a few.
We decided to post “Dance (A$$)” first, because, well, we love to dance, we love booty, and he samples friggin’ MC Hammer’s “Can’t Touch This”!! That’s a win all around.
Big Sean has been climbing the hip hop ranks lately, especially after playing an insane amount of sets at this year’s South By Southwest music festival. And it doesn’t hurt to be on Kanye West’s label, G.O.O.D. Music.
“What Goes Around” is a great summer jam, chilled out with some slick rhymes.
His debut, Finally Famous, is due out June 28, and is supposed to feature Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Kid Cudi, Wiz Khalifa, Game, Chiddy Bang, Eminem, Mike Posner and many more. Not bad for a start.
19-year-old Mac Miller hit it big after he dropped the Best Day Ever mixtape on March 11, and his single “Donald Trump,” who’s video garnered over 1 million hits within its first week of release. Then, he was buzzing all over SXSW, playing shows with Wiz Khalifa and The Cool Kids.
He just leaked his latest track, “On And On,” and it’s definitely got that “anthem” sound. Listen and throw yo hands up.
Our favorite mash-up deejays The White Panda just dropped their new album, Pandamonium, and, as a whole, it’s friggin’ great. The ultimate party play list.
Here’s a little preview of what their new album sounds like. This is actually a compilation of 4 tracks off the album. There are samples of Wiz Khalifa’s “Black & Yellow,” Lenny Kravitz’ “Fly,” Lil Wayne’s “Fireman,” Gucci Mane’s “Freaky Girl,” and others. Get yo face blown.
With Superbowl XLV (45 for all you non-Romans) right around the corner, lyrical madman Lil Wayne dropped this lovely little freestyle. If you couldn’t tell my the name alone, he uses Wiz Khalifa‘s hit “Black & Yellow” as a sample, and freestyles all over that shizz. And if you’re also in the dark about the Superbowl (you need to get it together), “green and yellow” would be referring to the Green Bay Packers, who play the Steelers for all the marbles on Sunday. Football and Lil Wayne, awesome.