It’s been a pretty productive Pro Era week for Joey and his crew. They’ve been uploading all kinds of treats on Soundcloud, and the next happens to be an unreleased joint from Joey Bada$$ that was recorded two years ago, when he was 16. At the time, he was working on New Kid On The Block, which remains unreleased to this day. His flow and lyricism been insane. This is just a jog in the park. Joey Bada$$ – 20 Miles Freestyle Previously: Joey Bada$$ Ft. Chance The Rapper – Wendy N Becky (Prod. By Thelonious Martin) Follow @SermonsDomain
Curren$y is for the people, and certainly one of the few consistent artists in hip-hop that simply can’t get complaints, because he’s always dishing out audio dope. Hopping on Twitter, he released “Kingpin,” his rendition of Young Scooter’s popular “Colombia” single. He reminds us that he’s the originator of audio dope, if you had forgotten. Digital crack that our ears can’t get enough of. New Jet City is available now. Curren$y – Kingpin (Colombia Freestyle) Previously: Video: Kevin Gates Ft. Curren$y – Just Ride Follow @SermonsDomain
Undeniably, Kid Cudi’s upcoming album is one of the most anticipated releases coming out in the first half of 2013. Having not delivered a bad single yet, Cudi doesn’t break the trend with “Immortal.” The self-produced single has an infectious hook like most of his work and solid verses. The man is a genius. Indicud drops April 23. Previously: Video: Kid Cudi – King Wizard Follow @SermonsDomain
Two years ago, Gucci Mane helped usher in a younger Future with Free Bricks. Fans thought that the series would continue with those two, but it seems like Gucci’s series might be with a different artist each time, particularly one that is on the verge of blowing up. Enter Young Scooter who is having an extraordinary 2013 so far with a successful Street Lottery project and a blazing single with “Colombia.” On Free Bricks 2, the chemistry between these two Atlanta-bred artists is great for the streets. Features are kept to a minimum with Wale, Waka Flocka, Big Bank Black… continue reading
Certain women prefer certain types of guys. For their latest collaboration, K. Camp and Yung Nation aim to please the ones who enjoy the more hood gentlemen that drinks good and “blow trees.” Ask around and you might find what you seek. Big Fruit, as always, provides a nice signature Southern sounding backdrop for the two to relay their message. Previously: K. Camp Ft. Tasha Catour – Lately Follow @SermonsDomain
Over the past few weeks we’ve seen Saudi Money link with Chi-town’s DJ Sean Mac heavy! All the while the two were giving us new music off the greatest gift for Black history month, a follow up to his Dirty Middle Class presented project. Going in over production by Sunny Norway, Ben Pramuk, Nescent & QB Sam Greens and a few others, Mr. White Lighters also picks up features from Philly-natives Wyo & GrandeMarshall. With ASAAD’s 006 EP still dropping on the 16th, this will surly hold fans over.