Toronto emcee, Jimmy B, drops off the re-release of his debut mixtape, Jimmy Eats World. The mixtape consists of new and old material featuring artists Big Sant, Mookie Jones and Vader The Villin amongst others. Production is handled by MMac, Junia T, KREATEV and Adrian Hogan. Jimmy is currently working on his debut EP. Stream/download Jimmy Eats World Redux below.
Not to long after releasing his last project Knowledge of Self, Gangis Khan is back with another mixtape titled
Ninja Music: The Andy Burner Project, produced entirely by Andy Burner himself. Ninja Music has thirteen original tracks, with standout songs like “Younger Heads”, “No Days Off”, “Ninja Music”, “Working Girl” and “Them Times”. Hit the link after the jump to check the tracklist and download the mixtape!
This year has been a busy one for Gaithersburg, Maryland artist Logic. With a spot the XXL Freshman cover, recent Def Jam signing and a North American tour underway, as well just releasing his highly anticipated mixtape Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever . Read on to stream and download Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever .
Chance The Rapper first made his mark when he dropped his debut mixtape, 10 Day, which was downloaded over 20,000 times on Datpiff. Today, the Chicago, Illinois emcee delivers his latest project, Acid Rap. Guests include Action Bronson, Ab-Soul, BJ The Chicago Kid, Childish Gambino and many more. Download after the jump.
1. Good Ass Intro Ft. BJ The Chicago Kid
2. Pusha Man Ft. Nate Fox & Lili K
3. Cocoa Butta Kisses Ft. Twista & Vic Mensa
5. Lost Ft. Noname Gypsy
6. Everybody’s Something Ft. BJ The Chicago Kid & Saba
7. Interlude (That’s Love)
8. Favorite Song Ft. Childish Gambino
9. NaNa Ft. Action Bronson
10. Smoke Again Ft. Ab-Soul
11. Acid Rain
12. Chain Smoker
13. Good Ass Outro
Download: Chance The Rapper – “Acid Rap”
Thanks to Tyler Hetherington from The Consignment Show for putting me on to this. Chicago emcee Add-2 just premiered More Missed Calls over at 2dopeboyz, and I’m definitely feeling the project. The mixtape serves as a follow-up to 2011′s One Missed Call, and features guest appearances from ANTHM (“Boombap Blues”), Sean Boog (“Die”), and Asia Monique (“Mothers Day”). Early favourites include “Rings & Crowns” and “The Almighty Add-2″. I’ll absolutely be looking out for him in the future. Stream and download More Missed Calls below.
In celebration of his 22nd birthday last week, Maybach Music Group’s Rockie Fresh delivers his newest project, “The Birthday Tape. This is his second mixtape of 2013, following the release of his solid debut, Electric Highway. Features this time around include Gunplay, Rick Ross and Lunice. Stream the mixtape below and download Rockie Fresh – The Birthday Tape.
Every once in awhile, I’ll stumble across a gem in the inbox. Today, that gem is Dayda Banks’ Roy Meets World. On the mixtape, the Saskatoon, SK emcee delivers a heartfelt, carefully-crafted project with some talented rhyming to boot. A couple early favourites are “I Want It All”, “Bring Boots”, “For The Hell Of It”, and “Therapy”. Stream/download Roy Meets World and read what inspired the project below.
“About a year ago I found myself lost, frustrated and sick of living in the same day routine. You could say I had a sudden moment of clarity and realized what I have been doing is not important, and this repetition I have been caught up in, is not the way I want to spend my life… Where I live, the easiest thing to do is to lose yourself, and fall into something I see people regret for their whole lives. Instead, I picked up a pen. Music has been a way I can inspire and motivate, vent about personal conflict, and help others with their own.” – Dayda Banks
Surrey B.C. native, Vicky Chand just finished his second full length mixtape entitled More Than A Mixtape with features from WC, Young Buck, Gorilla Zoe and more. If you like his music, be sure to also check out his debut mixtape BBQ Music which was released in the summer of 2011. Listen to his first single, “Student To Life” and stream/download Vicky Chand’s “More Than A Mixtape” below.
Download: Vicky Chand – “More Than A Mixtape”
If you don’t already know yet this weekend is the 6th year anniversary of The Come Up Show! On Friday April 19 we’re bringing down Elaquent and on Sunday April 21st Sean Price of Boot Camp Clik and Heltah Skeltah! Click on the highlighted links for full details and how to get your tickets. Since we got so much talent on both these shows we decided to make a mixtape for you to take in all the acts and obviously some classics from Sean P! Make sure to also check out our interview with Sean Price we just did this past weekend, take in the mixtape below it’s a free download and let me know what you think. Special thanks to DJ LT on the mix and SFA records on the engineering.
Make sure to hit the jump to see the full tracklisting!
Toronto rapper/producer Rich Kidd drops his highly anticipated mixtape, In My Opinion. The 19-track project is self produced by Rich Kidd with the exception of Prezident Jeff and DJ Dahi, featuring songs such as “Syke“, “Can I Get a Bom-Bom“, and “I’d Be Lying” to name a few. Also make sure to check out the full details for Rich Kidd’s In My Opinion release party at Wrong Bar in Toronto on April 25th. Stream/download Rich Kidd’s In My Opinion after the jump.
I feel like the rap world is the forum where I can express myself, tell my story, drop jewels and talk my shit. This is an introduction for most and to some, a continuation of me being me: thoro, witty and crass. And I also get to represent a new generation of young Canadians who aren’t afraid to let you know where they’re from. This ain’t a balling ass, trapping ass, shoot em up record though it may contain elements of that from my perspective. All these niggas dropping music for the financially rich. This music is for the spiritually rich. I recorded most of this album in Toronto, at my crib, in my boxers and under the influence. Which means it’s personal. So you know, I probably dragged some songs out too long. Meh. Might have too many beat switches. I don’t care. Too many tracks? That’s cool. Fuck, I don’t like 2 minute songs and formulas. We’ll I like ‘em but I don’t make ‘em so enjoy this long ass 19-track project. This is a passion project. It just so happens to be the first album. I made it free because I love you. Oh, and I dedicate this album and especially the track ‘My City’ to Boston and every city experiencing mass tragedies. Bless.
Download: Rich Kidd – “In My Opinion”