We rounded up a few new records today that have been making their rounds in the Blogosphere the past 24 hours. Check ’em all out below.
DJ Khaled – “They Don’t Love You No More” feat. JAY Z, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, French Montana
Mike Zombie provides a beat knocker for Khaled’s new single, “They Don’t Love You No More.”
Waka Flocka – “Slippin'”
Waka Flocka Flame is taking a break from his hip-hop/EDM project Flockaveli Psychotics to put out a track rap fans are more familiar with. “Slippin’” is a menacing banger that has Flocka on mission to catch people off their game. Once that happens, you know it won’t end well. Mike Will Made It, who recently had a huge spotlight on Future’s Honest, produces the track. He served as Executive Producer and is behind songs like “Move That Dope,” “My Momma” and “Never Satisfied.”
Big K.R.I.T – “Mt. Olympus”
Big K.R.I.T. got the streets primed for his new music with “Week Of K.R.I.T.” in early March, where he dropped a new track or freestyle every day throughout the week, and now he’s back with a vengeance with his first official single off his sophomore Def Jam effort, Cadillactica. The track, titled “MT. Olympus,” is a scathing swipe at the hip-hop scene around him, particularly on the hook, saying, “Thought they wanted trap/Thought they wanted bass/Thought they wanted molly/Thought they wanted drank/Fuck them niggas.” Krizzle also addresses Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse—”That ‘Control’ beat is like a ugly bitch that everybody done fucked raw/Maybe you hit it/Aw man, I’m more concerned why niggas been texting my cell/Callin’ my phone/Askin’ me ’bout this Kendrick shit/That he ain’t even really dissed me on”—and articulates his struggle between juggling the music he wants to make, the music his fans want him to make, and the music that would put him on the radio across the world, finishing up with the heartfelt, “What’s good for hip-hop may not be good for my soul.”
Young Scooter – “Big Better” feat. Young Thug
Young Scooter set off the year when he dropped his Street Lottery 2 mixtape, and now he is back for more with the remix edition. For the first drop from the project, Scooter brings along Young Thug for “Big Better.” This track is an ode to LeBron James and Floyd Mayweather from Scooter and Thug, and features some stellar production that has some serious bounce. Floyd might want to play this one before this upcoming fight this weekend. Listen to the track below, and lookout for Scooter’s remix tape to drop on July 4.