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New Mixtape: Young Buck - '10 Bullets'

Posted On: April 07, 2015

Young Buck dropped his mixtape "10 Bullets" and collaborated with DJ Whoo Kid for his latest project.

The tape features 10 tracks and has a production team consisting of: Drumma Boy, Ensayne Wayne, Bandplay, and more.

The mixtape can be heard below for your listening pleasure and download.


New Mixtape: Juicy J - 'Must Be Nice'

Posted On: September 20, 2016

Preppin for the release of his upcoming album "The Hustle Continues," Juicy J released yet another mixtape after debuting "Lit In Ceylon" this past summer. The new project is titled "Must Be Nice."

Juicy J does his lyrical exercise and barwork with the weight of 17 tracks on the mixtape. Features consist of: Gucci Mane, Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih and more. With a production team on the 1's and 2's, beats and instrumentals featuring: Lex Luger, Metro Boomin, Tarentino, TM88 and more.

For the artwork pictured above, a babyface Juicy J is digitally enhanced with diamond encrusted grillz and few chains around his neck. Juicy J is currently putting in a few plugs into his next album, until then, stream and download his new project below.


#MusicMondays: Wale feat. J. Cole - 'My Boy'

Posted On: September 17, 2018

Wale recently unleashed his latest project titled, "Free Lunch." The 5 tracked EP has features from J. Cole and Eric Bellinger.

The EP is fire but Folarin and J. Cole linking up is a different kind of heat. Their track 'My Boy' brings the noise and the right kind of sounds for speakers. Mixed with cutting edge lyrics, a slew of clever and metaphoric wordplay, also rhythmic deliverance and; polished flows. With stylistic, MPC induced and keyboard productions, My Boy will have you boppin' your head and the ladies twerkin' it!

Grab your headphones and blaze to it below!

Now that's a bop and a bounce!

MCM Fall Winter 2018


New Mixtape: Curren$y - 'The Legend of Harvard Blue'

Posted On: May 30, 2016

Curren$y has been in the studio, in the kitchen cooking up some tracks and liberated a new mixtape called, 'The Legend of Harvard Blue.'

The mix starts off with a track called 'Enter' with an old school feel vibe to it and Spitta lyrically enticing the beat. Followed by 'Game for Sale' with a sedative flair to the song. The tape continues with six more tracks of opiate instrumentals. 

Stream it below. 


New Mixtape: DJ Kay Slay - 'The Industry Purge'

Posted On: April 08, 2015

DJ Kay Slay lights up the streets with his anticpated mixtape "The Industry Purge" and lets off some heat.

The tape is a heavy weight consisting of 17 tracks featuring some of Hip Hop's lyrical beasts such as: Raekwon, Styles P, Vado, Papoose, Maino, Uncle Murda, Cory Gunz, Sheek Louch, Saigon, BIG K,R,I.T., Young Buck and more.

The mixtape can be heard and downloaded below.


New Album Stream: Tyler, the Creator - 'Cherry Bomb'

Posted On: April 15, 2015

Tyler, the Creator announced his new album titled "Cherry Bomb" and made an explosion, when he dropped it a couple of days later.

The album is a 13 track project with features from: Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Charlie Wilson, Lil Wayne and more.

Plug to the stream below.


New Mixtape/Soundtrack: The Game - 'Block Wars'

Posted On: August 01, 2016

The Game released the soundtrack/mixtape for his new upcoming gaming app, "Block Wars" and markets the mobile gaming service. 

Block Wars consist of 10 tracks and one feature, Lorrine Chia. The mobile app game is still in development with The Game being Atari's new ambassador and no release date has been announced yet. Block Wars' soundtrack production was composed by Goodguydez, Jelly Roll, Bongo and SAP.

Game was inspired by his hometown Compton and the street life of its community to create the storyline, setting, characters; and plot for Block Wars. In doing so, he created the gaming app based on the culture of Compton to entertain by turning a negative into a positive (shift of energies).

"I’m loyal to Compton and will always shed light on my city."

The Game also, is part of a televised documentary about life in Compton called "Streets of Compton" on A&E with different seasons and episodes. The purpose of the documentary is to bring awareness about the drugs and gangs which plagues the city of Compton and how it motivated people like The Game to make a difference, and rise above it all. Detailing images and testimonies of people to showcase that not everybody from Compton bangs or slings that rock, and how its a community where people are willing to make a change for the better.

"We tried to educate people with my documentary Streets of Compton, so they could walk away with a little more knowledge than they had before."

Factoring all of this, The Game created and developed Block Wars.

"Now, here’s another light in the form of a gaming app and some new music for your entertainment."

Game announced he will be touring soon and hit the pavement in promoting and marketing his new gaming app, as well as this new soundtrack/mixtape for Block Wars. His "1992: Block Wars Tour" hits the road on August 26th, performing in Oakland and The Game's curtain call will be in Portland on October 6th.

Aside from the music, The Game is evolving into a leader that invokes the power of innovative change and shifting of energies through: unity, empowerment, healing, acts of philanthropy; and humanitarian services.

Check out his new project below.


New Mixtape: Waka Flocka - 'LeBron Flocka James 4'

Posted On: August 01, 2016

Waka Flocka channels his basketball skills and gets his MVP status on with the LeBron Flocka James series mixtapes.

Part 4 of the series, Waka sets it off with a track called 'Ball Hard' about grinding, moving that white girl in the streets and making it rain. The tape continues with the cut, 'Working Wit A Check' and has that sprite or coke and Hennessy production on the MPC by Southside. Flocka lets off a freestyle in the third joint and the whole mixtape can be plugged into on Savage.

For now, you can stream a preview of it below.


New EP: Tinashe - 'Amethyst'

Posted On: March 18, 2015

Tinahse released her latest project titled, "Amethyst."

The project is a 7 track EP with features from IamSu!, Ritz Reynolds, Ryan Hemsworth and more.

The album cn be heard and downloaded below.


Mixtape Review: Meek Mill - '4-4 Part 2'

Posted On: February 08, 2016

By now, we all know about the whole Meek Mill and Drake beef from last year (2015). Beef in Hip Hop are usually good on wax and assist in the development of a Hip Hop artist's elevation and improvements with their: lyrical skills, deliverance, wordplay and formatting/sequencing their bars.

Drake took a couple of jabs at Meek with his tracks and the timing was off for Meek's rebuttal. Fast forward to the first month of 2016, Meek Mill officially made his comeback and resurrected himself with a new mixtape titled, "4-4 Part 2." The main track on the tape 'War Pain'  featuring Omelly, rebutes his beef with Drake and Meek lyrically cooks it up on wax. The song was produced by Ben Billions and Danny Boy Styles. In War Pain, Meek gets his beastmode on and sets the mic on fire. The instrumentals has some church, choir like sound effects, even with the hook. It's gutter and has all the elements in song production for the streets.

4-4 Part 2 has only four tracks on it but the mixtape in itself makes noise and vibrates speakers. The first song 'Fa Sho' featuring T. Dot Illdude was produced by Mando Fresh and introduces possibly keyboard or piano keys sound effects. T. Dot Illdude comes through with the hook and resembles Future's voice. The song makes several fashionable references and Meek lays his lyrics down.

The second track 'Ricky' has no features, with production from Chopsquad. The song's curtain opens up with an opera like sound effect and Meek Mill comes on paying homage to Lil Snupe. Meek gets a little spiritual on the track about redemption, forgiveness and the battle of good and evil.

The tape continues with features from Future and Dave East in the song called, 'Slippin,' produced by Beat Bully. The track is an inspirational song and what transcends it, is how Meek took a negative situation/experience and like an alchemist, turned it into something positive. He also utilized his experience and drew strength from it to motivate and inspire himself and creativity. Meek took all of that and blessed his fans with Slippin' to motivate and inspire them also.

Beef in Hip Hop has taken on a different level due to social media. Meek was able to endure all those memes made about him, this was not only on the mic and wax but it became a public spectacle of disrespect at some point, and the disloyalty from some of his fans. Meek Mill still managed to make a comeback from all of it, went in the studio and dropped some heat. The song Slippin' and the mixtape exhibits the character of Meek and his strong spirit to overcome and succeed against all odds. And also, how to draw strength from struggles.

Stream and plug your ears to Meek's new mixtape below.


New Mixtape: Rick Ross - 'Black Dollar'

Posted On: September 08, 2015

Rick Ross unleashed a new mixtape called "Black Dollar" and lets somethings off his chest.

On the mixtape, Maybach Music's general addresses racism when it comes to intelligence, the ignorance of racist people's perception that African-American men are dumb and how it insults their intelligence; because of the misconception of their struggles and the investments they make. Ross speaks about the good and bad of success, rising above the bad and enjoying the jewels of success.

The mixtape features: Meek Mill, Wale, Future, The Dream, and more. With several different producers and plugs listeners to 17 tracks of raw creativity from the boss himself.

The mixtape is getting some rave reviews and heavy streams in the matrix.

Check it out below via Datpiff.