New Jersey/New York artist C4, known in the past for battle rap also featured on world star hip hop, has dropped a new mixtape entitled “Blood On My Hands.” The project is reflective on the rapper’s “real life” and songs that a lot of people can relate to. It’s a step back from the artist’s “horrorr core” style which he uses when he battles, but it’s also something that more people can listen and say “I’ve been there before….” However there are some tracks that are reminiscent of the rapper’s “usual style” such as “In The Morge.” Follow him on Twitter @C4FromIceGrill and on Instagram @C4FromIceGrill. Listen to his new tape here —->
New music from The Lox feat. Sevyn Streeter entitled “Remember.”
watch Souls of Mischief’s new music video for “There is Only Now,” feat. Snoop Dogg. The California groups new album “There is Only Now,” is set to drop Aug. 26th of this year. #Respectthelegends.
new music from Young Thug feat. Metro Boomin entitled “Cash Talks,” which is apparently the final single he is releasing even though it is not appearing on his upcoming album. “Metro Thuggin,” is set to arrive later this summer.
new music video from Young Money Yawn feat. Pusha T entitled “Shout Out To Papi,” directed by Christopher Schafer.
New music video from Rich Gang feat. Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug entitled “Lifestyle.”
new music from Busta Rhymes feat. Eminem entitled “Calm Down,” produced by Scoop DeVille. The single is available for purchase on iTunes and is off of Busta’s upcoming new album “E.L.E. 2.”
New music from Common off of his anticipated album “Nobody’s Smiling,” entitled “Speak My Piece,” (produced by Cocaine 80s). The Chicago legend’s new album is set to drop July 22nd and can be pre-ordered on iTunes.
new music from AZ entitled “Red Magic.” So…i guess we still aren’t getting an album yet………but that’s cool.
New video from Mase feat. Eric Bellinger entitled “Nothing,” and also features Basketball Wives Malaysia Pargo. The video was directed by Juwan Lee and the single itself is off of his upcoming album “Now We Even,” which is set to drop in October of this year.