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Kendrick Lamar – Vegas


Shortly after the announcement that alongside Imagine Dragons and Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar will be headlining one of the main events at the upcoming Life Is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas, we get another unreleased leak from him titled Vegas. Track falls short of two minutes but I wouldn’t be surprised to see the full drop before his next Vegas performance.

Drake – On A Wave X Go Out X Tryna F*ck X Can I


Four new Drake tracks leaked over the weekend. Can I featuring Beyonce, Tryna Fuck featuring Juicy J, On A Wave featuring Tinashe and pop sounding 40 produced Go Out Tonight. If you haven’t already heard them, throw your boy a late pass and check them out!

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Dr. Dre Feat. Jeremih & Kendrick Lamar – 2Nite


No Detox, NWA album or any sign of Dre letting up on his 16yr hiatus.. However some new music has surfaced featuring K Dot and Erykah Badu sampling Jeremih. Based off Kendricks flow and delivery the track sounds a little dated, and the obvious writing he did for Dre’s verse is even more of a giveaway. However track is definitely smooth and as stated above samples Erykah Badu’s chorus off The Root’s “U Got Me”. Pretty dope.

Overdoz Feat. Pharreell – One Last Kiss


Pharrell laced the homies Overdoz with some funky Snoop-Bush sounding shit for their new project “2008“. Project still has no release date but this is the 4th song the team has released. The others being collaborations with A$AP Ferg (Fuck Your Dj), Childish Gambino, Hit Boy, and more.

Troy Ave Feat. 50 Cent – Bang Bang


Fresh off the release of his “Doo Doo” video, Troy Ave decides to come through and share his highly anticipated record with 50 Cent titled “Bang Bang”.

Backed by some knockin’ production from Yankee and Troy Ave himself, listen as these two NYC rappers spit about getting money, moving bricks, and picking up bitches in this hard new street cut. Available on iTunes, “Bang Bang” serves as the latest record off Troy’s upcoming debut, Major Without A Deal, which arrives June 5th.

New Meek Mill Mixtape June 5th #MeekSeason


@MyMixtapez tweeted earlier that alongside a new album from A$AP Rocky, Troy Ave, & Dom Kennedy we’ll also be getting a new Meek Mill mixtape. You already know we’ll have it here as soon as it drops so check back on the 5th or follow us at @OfficialDjGreen on Instagram and @OFFDjGreen on Twitter.

Sage The Gemini Feat. Nick Jonas – Good Thing (Official Video)

Following up what debuted earlier this week on the blog, we get the video to “Good Thing” the new one from Sage The Gemini and Nick Jonas. Hopefully dating Jordin Sparks will get him the same success and Jason Derulo lol.

Jermaine Dupri Feat. Bow Wow – Where You At


Bow Wow is going back to where it all started. Fifteen years since his debut single “Bounce With Me,” the rapper has reunited with his mentors Jermaine Dupri and Snoop Dogg, who discovered him at the age of six. The “CSI: Cyber” star, who recently left Cash Money Records, teams with J.D. on “WYA (Where You At?),” the first single off Dupri’s upcoming EP.

Drake Feat. Beyonce – Can I (Full)


In 2013, Drake appeared on “Mine” a ballad on Beyoncé’s self-titled album. Now Bey has returned the favor by appearing on “Can I” a track rumored to appear on Drake’s forthcoming album Views From the 6. The song is minimalist to the point that it’s quite possibly unfinished—moody and brooding and in anything but a hurry.

Beyoncé fans hoping to hear the diva busting out her singing chops won’t find them here. Her contribution is limited to a few spoken words repeating throughout the track: “Can I, baby? Can I, baby?” It’s unclear exactly what she’s asking permission to do, but the few verses Drake raps touch on the tension in a relationship when one person opens up and the other remains closed off.

Snoop Dogg Feat. Stevie Wonder & Pharrell – California Roll (Official Video)

Snoop‘s “Bush” album gets another video starring none other than Nia Long. Very dope video, Snoop’s had by far the best videos for this album than any other. It’s nice to see Pharrell and Nia Long not age, but see Snoop and Stevie Wonder grow into having identical haircuts. Bush in stores now.