The talented Tragic Hero is back with a very personal track. Serving as the second single from his upcoming My Own Worst Enemy, Tragic tells a story about trying to escape personal addictions. The beat was produced by Wit and Daniel Steele, a dark and ominous one that fits the style of the song like a glove. Listen to it below and if you dig it enough, grab it on iTunes as well.
Seattle’s Silas Blak returns with a new entry in his #BlakFriday series, an uptempo beat to mix with his slower flow. Blak paints a picture on this one, a song that feels like a starry night outside in the summer while all relating it back to being at the bus stop. Stream available below and this will be on his upcoming Blak Friday mixtape slated to drop on June 26th.
Day 17 of Killa Kyleon’s #30Days30Deaths series has him revamping The Purge and “CoCo” at the same time. Tying into his series, Killa uses a clip from the movie and then proceeds to do damage on the OT Genasis beat. Stream below and look for a new one soon.
Arkansas’ King Tate returns with another new single today. The hard hitting track has Tate flexing his muscle with a fast paced flow while staking his claim for the top spot in the game. Stream available after the break.
After what feels like MONTHS of waiting on Surf to drop (even though it’s only been a few weeks since it was supposed to drop) Chance The Rapper releases his latest effort at the drop of a hat. He teams up with his Social Experiment band that has Donnie Trumpet as the leader for 16 tracks of bliss and fun in typical Chance fashion. It dropped on iTunes but of course, as Chance has stated in past interviews, he’s not charging; yes, it’s a free project.
G Granite has been busy dropping singles the past few weeks that all will be leading up to his upcoming Rich In The Blood 2 album that’s dropping on June 1st. There are three singles to get caught up with for now. The Naptown MC grabs HUMAN for “Bloody Sunday” while he taps the boom-bap feel of LONEgevity for production on “Burn Money” and “Holy Jewels & Ghost Gems”, the former featuring John Stamps. Stream all three of them below and take a look at the tracklist and features on the cover art above.