After a long hiatus, Nina Sky returns with a new single, “The Other Side,” off of their FreEP of the same title. You can download the entire album via their bandcamp page. [DOWNLOAD]
While we still await Game’s R.E.D. Album, he & DJ Skee team up for his latest mixtape release Brake Lights. Executive Produced by Cool & Dre, Brake Lights features guest spots from Busta Rhymes, T.I., Nas, Snoop Dogg & with DJ Toomp, JR Rotem & more on the production side.
Tracklist after the jump. [UPDATE: DOWNLOAD LINK REMOVED]
Cold Blood feat. Dr. Dre & Busta Rhymes:
DJ Scream and Pastor Troy link up for this new mixtape, Crown Royal, in anticipation of PT’s new album, King of All Kings, which drops this Tuesday. Shout out to Pastor Troy and Big Mike. You can hear “Cold As Ice” below. [DOWNLOAD]
Cold As Ice:
ATL natives Hollyweerd return with members Tuki, Dreamer, The Love Crusader, and Stago Lee with their new mixtape, Edible Phat 2.0, which is hosted by Don Cannon. This mixtape features Pill, Big Pooh (Little Brother), Spree Wilson, Joe Scudda, Grip Playaz, Yesterday New Quartet, Aleon Craft, etc. Shout out to Hollyweerd! Tracklist after the jump. [DOWNLOAD]
Here is the OFFICIAL mixtape from Big Boi, entitled Big Boi Mix Tape for Dummies: Guide to Global Greatness, which serves as a precursor to his solo album dropping July 6th. Shout out to DJ X-Rated and DJ Esco who worked hard on this mixtape the past few days. [UPDATE: DOWNLOAD LINK REMOVED]
via OnSmash. Ghostwridah’s In Love With My Future EP is finally here! With production from Rem, Lowkey, Don Cannon, and Miami Beat Wave… this is not an album to be ignored. Features include Bun B, íMayday!, etc. Shout out to Ghostwridah, Miami Beat Wave, Hiram Music Group, Plex, etc. [DOWNLOAD] (via DJBooth)
Tracklist after the break.
I haven’t heard of Magestik Legend before, but I just received a link to his mixtape, To Be Continued… (Megamix) Chapter 1, in my e-mail this morning. I think he’s pretty dope. [DOWNLOAD]
Here’s some info on Magestik:
“Back in High School ML was a member of the group 9-2-5 Colony, consisting of Nick Speed and Elzhi of Slum Village. He was later introduced to One.Be.Lo aka One Man Army from Binary Star and eventually became a part of Subterraneous Records and also a part of the label’s production team the Trackezoids.”
Larry Brown (Paystyle)