Big Sean thanks the fans by releasing a freestyle over Beyonce’s “Me, Myself & I”.
It’s that time of the week to give some shine to upcoming artists.
So, the Rising Artist Of The Week for 15 Feb 2015, as voted for by users of our partner site RisingHype goes to Randana featuring Koda for their track “Company”, produced by Classicmarkqb (@ClassicMarqB). Check it out above and let us know what you think?
Be sure to check out their other tracks on Soundcloud here:
Randana – soundcloud.com/randana757
MarqB – soundcloud.com/officialclassicmarqb
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Kanye West returns to the Breakfast Club for another in depth interview. He spoke about his new shoes by Addidas, listening to the Beck album, the Grammy’s, Kim Kardashian, Amber Rose, Dame Dash and more.
2 Chainz drops the visuals for track number 1 off his T.R.U. Jack City mixtape.
Fashawn delivers his collaboration with Nas and Aloe Blacc called ‘Something to Believe In’ off his forthcoming album, The Ecology. Due out on February 24th.
Hustle Gang’s T.I., Young Dro, Yung Booke, Spodee and Shad Da God link up for the visuals to “I Do The Most”.
Ludacris rolls out another Ludaverses freestyle, this time rapping over Pusha T’s ‘Lunch Money’ track. Take a listen after the jump.
Omarion releases the visuals to his record “Post To be” featuring Chris Brown and Jhene Aiko. The song appeared on his album Sex Playlist which is out now.
The highly anticipated Dark Sky Paradise is only 6 days away but Big Sean blesses the net with another song off the album called “Win Some, Lose Some” featuring Jhene Aiko. The album drops on February 24th.
Juicy J blesses the internet with his “Blue Dream & Lean 2″ mixtape. The 17 track project features the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Rae Sremmurd, Elle Varner, and K. Camp with production from Jahlil Beats, Mike WiLL Made It, Key Wane, Sonny Digital and others. Take a listen below.