After signing to Rostrum Records, Mod Sun has been smoking heavily –working on his forthcoming LP Look Up, which is set to release on March 10th. With the likes of G-Eazy, Dizzy Wright, Machine Gun Kelley, Travis Barker, and much more on the features, the modern hippie looks to be delivering one nice product.
J. Cole just continues to be the leader of the new school, providing a great role model experience for every one involved in this industry. As part of promotion for the album, J. Cole actually invited fans via Twitter for exclusive meetings and hang out seshes –showcases his true character.
Yeezus really surprised the hip-hop world, but one of it’s biggest surprises: was the King Louie feature on “Send It Up.” King Louie posted a picture via his Instagram of him and Mr. West in the studio, obviously starting up the rumor train that another collaboration was well on the way.
This is one of those things that really shouldn’t work, but it does, and it works really well. This mashup, created by SoundCloud user and mashup fanatic Nappy DJ Needles, blends the late 90’s Bronx vocals with the 2014 Brooklyn banger.
Noisey has released the third episode of their Atlanta web series, this time revisiting the “Trap Lords” of Atlanta: Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy. The video talks about how trap music was born, the beginning of Jeezy’s career, Zaytoven’s production, the Jeezy/Gucci feud, and much more.