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Chance The Rapper has announced that he will be hitting the road in association with the Verge Campus Fall Tour. This tour will include Sweater Beats along with Young & Sick, starting at the end of September, before coming to a close in October. Tickets are now available at Chance’s website. Peep the full schedule […]
With the release of his latest album Seen It All, Jeezy unveils a trailer to his upcoming music video ‘Holy Ghost’. Along with that, he sat down with The Breakfast Club where he discussed his arrest situation and talked about how he was optimistic he would walk away a free man. “Seen It All” is […]
4fun frontman G.R.A.M.Z drops off his new single today featuring Chuck Inglish. Produced by Abjo, be on the lookout for his upcoming mixtape “11226″ dropping soon. Take a listen to “Air Max 96″ above.
BJ The Chicago Kid drops off new music today, collaborating with Kobe over production from Mike&Keys and Dammo for ‘Go Girl.’ The young Motown signee even flips Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s classic ‘Crossroads’ on this record. Take a listen to the smooth record above.
Earlier last week, DJ Skee premiered new music from Riff Raff with a track titled ‘Rookies Of The Future’ featuring Action Bronson. Today, this Alchemist-produced cut receives a proper release. Take a listen to the CDQ version of ‘Rookies Of The Future’ above.
Ho99o9 has released footage of their recent performance during Afropuunk 2014 in Brooklyn. The up-and-coming band from New Jersey has established themselves as one of the most talked about bands on the rise in NYC. The video above includes the collective performing ‘Blacc Flag Into The Unknown’ as the crowd moshpits. Watch above.
After teaming up for a new version of “F For You” back in January, Mary J. Blige has announced that the British production duo Disclosure will be co-producing her new album. Entitled The London Sessions, the new album was recorded earlier this year, and will include a collaboration with Sam Smith, another British artist Blige […]
According to their Twitter, the Brooklyn band says that they wrote the song a few months ago in their hotel room while they were in Ohio, which explains its title. Take a listen to the nostalgic tune above and ride off into the sunset, light a blunt, grab a beer or what have you.
The first collaboration between Travi$ Scott and The 1975, “Don’t Play,” which also featured Big Sean dropped via Soundcloud three months ago much to our surprise, and shook up the internet. Now this collaboration doesn’t come as much of a surprise but genres crossing and creating is something that we push for over here at […]
The Source caught up with Jeezy right in the middle of his tour with Wiz Khalifa and album roll-out to talk about everything Ferguson and what it’s like to be Jeezy in the internet age to squashing his beef with Rick Ross and auditioning to be Tupac in the “Holler If You Hear Me” musical. […]
From his upcoming album Vibes with Karl Lagerfield (Chanel), Theophilus London releases his first single, “Tribe.” Produced by Brodinksi we see neo-soul crooner Jesse Boykins III playing the role of featured artist on this party track coming in just under 3-minutes. Listen above.
New York singer-songwriter, Jordan Bratton electronic-laced, R&B jam “Must Be” gets the remix treatment from Flow-Fi’s Fortune and Hempstead, New York’s DrewsThatDude. Together, they take Boston producer Durkin’s smokey track and spice it up with new drums, a more upbeat tempo, and electro flairs. Listen above.
Flow-Fi’s Baltimore resident, eu-IV (pronounced “you-four”) released a chill new track over the holiday entitled “IVXV.” Grabbing assistance from fellow Flow-Fi Baltimore producer, Rvdical The Kid, stream eu-IV’s new joint above.
Vic Mensa’s Kaytranda-produced track gets a remix courtesy of Waldo & Sango. The original track is still on the rise and making it’s rounds around the net, but if you want a different feel with thumping bass, take a listen to Waldo & Sango’s remix above.
NY producer Lucian just dropped off his take on Pheonix’s “Armstice”, re-arranging it a fair amount from the original into a more Lorde/MGMT style of record. Take a listen to the track above and let us know what you think.