Whenever 2 Chainz and Drake team up it’s never a let down. Their new track “Big Amount” off 2 Chainz new tape Daniel Son; Necklace Don is no different. 2 Chainz kicks it off before throwing the lob to Drake who breaks the rim on the alley. Drizzy clearly wants a challenge, who will answer?
Drake is currently sitting comfortably at hip-hop’s throne. Like many that wore the crown before him—Lil Wayne, Kanye West, 50 Cent, and Jay-Z just to name a few—he believes he is his only opponent. He has no problem saying he’s the best as you hear him verbally pound his chest on tracks like “Grammys”, “Summer …
French Montana and El Papi Champlu bring you their newest video for No Shopping straight from the beautiful Domican Republic.
Harlem’s own Dave East absolutely fucking destroys Drizzy and Khaled’s latest single “For Free”. With true New York grit and wordplay, you’re probably not going to find another remix of this song that has lyrics so grimy glide over a beat so smoothly.
If you are late to the Dave East party don’t worry folks are still filing in. Harlem’s next up has been on a tear since bubbling up from the underground and has no interest in slowing down.
October Firm, which is Drake and OVO Co-Founder Oliver, start off the 14th episode of OVO Sound Radio with a new music riddled with new songs from Drizzy’s forthcoming album Views From The 6. Get the new single right now on iTunes!
During October Firm’s guest mix on OVO Sound Radio, they premiered a super dope remix of Future’s smash single March Madness by none other than the GOD MC himself, Nas.
If you haven’t gotten the message yet allow me to get it to you. A$AP Rocky–known for owning the beginning of the year–has thrown his hat into the ring for making 2016 his.
During a guest set on OVO Sound Radio, The Cozy Boys (A$AP Lou and J Scott), premiered a highly anticipated and never before heard remix of Aubrey’s 2013 cut, Wu-Tang Forever, that features a verse from A$AP Rocky himself. You can listen to the song here via AudioMack.
Some rappers talk a big game then can’t back it up. Freddie Gibbs is not one of those rappers. Gangsta Gibbs stops by Tim Westwood’s Crib Session across the pond to spit some bars. Gibbs demolishes Drake’s “0-100” instrumental leaving Westwood and his DJ wanting more. If you are unfamiliar with Gibbs period press play …