Trae tha Truth has been BANNED so to speak in the masses, but he returns today for his first official project in over a year with I Am King. Trae manages to get feature assistance from the likes Diddy, Young Jeezy, T.I., Snoop Dogg, Big K.R.I.T., B.o.B, Wiz Khalifa, Jadakiss, Kevin Gates, Krayzie Bone, Roscoe Dash, and Meek Mill among tohers. Production comes from Jahlil Beats, Dun Deal, League Of Starz, Mr Inkredible, Bizness Boi, Trackbangas, Daniel Flow, Kaleon, Watson The Great, Don Lee, Honorable C Note, Beat Bully, and The Mekanics. After the jump, you can view the full 20-track tracklisting along with a download link ready.
Last month, Hustle Gang and Houston native, Trae Tha Truth made his return to the solo scene releasing his “1 Up” track with Wiz Khalifa, Jadakiss and Lil Boss. Although he’s been working on establishing the Hustle Gang brand as a premiere collective in rap, Trae’s returning today with a new release leading up to his long-awaited mixtape I Am King set to drop later this month. Above, you can listen to his new track “Hold Up” featuring Jeezy, T.I. and Diddy. Look for I Am King to release on November 25th, then look for that Banned album to follow shortly.
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Fresh off his visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live! to talk about REVOLT TV, being Team Kanye in their feud and more, the two filmed a short skit for the studio audience.
“3 Ridiculous Questions” explores a side of Diddy you’ve never seen before, including who he would tell if he ever saw Bigfoot, the things he’d do for $500 million dollars and what it’s like for people to admire him. All while drinking Ciroc on the rocks.
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Building on the recent launch of his new television network REVOLT TV, Diddy stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to speaks on his recent business ventures and specific aims for the new destination of music. Throughout the conversation, Sean spoke on wanting to be the first African-American owner of an NFL team, jokingly releasing reality shows on MTV to spark his own network, how he hopes that his new channel will become the home of music, rooting for Kanye West instead of Jimmy Kimmel, the major success of Ciroc and more.
Since the release of his Started From The Bottom official remix for “No New Friends” with Drizzy, Tunechi and Rozay; DJ Khaled has been in heavy promotion for his new album Suffering From Success. The project has features from the likes of Future, Ace Hood, Diddy, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, T.I., Swizz Beatz, 2 Chainz, French Montana, Big Sean, Timbaland, Plies, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Wale, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Mavado, J. Cole, Akon, Anthony Hamilton, Jadakiss, Bas, John Legend, Scarface, Birdman, Jeremih, Vado and Kat Dahlia; which is currently available to purchase on iTunes right now. To commemorate its release date, Spotify has an exclusive album stream of the project that you can check after the jump to listen to in full.
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Upon his return to The Breakfast Club, Diddy has quite the revolt to make… Literally… With the launch of his brand-new television network, REVOLT TV, Sean Combs is enjoying himself a Puff Daddy moment. As he chops it up with the Power 105 crew after the jump, Puff talks about the network and what he has planned for it and being the #1 destination for music, the state of New York music as well as the future of it, Kendrick Lamar and what impressions his recent actions had on Combs, and much more.
Time Warner subscribers (yes, Comcast too) can tune into channel 105, or watch a live-stream at Revolt.tv LIVE at 8pm TONIGHT for the beginning of REVOLT.
Over the past few months, the REVOLT TV campaign has been going hard online, bringing you some exclusives from backstage at concerts, to the making of albums, interviews and more. Now the revolution is debuting on television tonight, if you have Comcast and/or Time Warner Cable. They’re going live at 8pm, so stay tuned.
Find out more about it in Diddy’s commercial below.
The time has finally come for this years BET Hip-Hop Awards! Tonight’s show is once again filled some of the games biggest acts, many of who will be touching the stage to perform. Included in that are the host Snoop Dogg, Diddy, Rocko, TDE, Rick Ross, Bone Thugs and more! Like we always do for the award shows we got you covered on each performance of the night as they become available, so stick with us the whole night!
It’s been nearly a year since we’ve seen a full-project from The Game after the release of his firth studio album Jesus Piece, but he returns today with O.K.E. (Operation Kill Everything) The mixtape has features from Diddy, Nipsey Hussle, Jeezy, Elijah Blake, Juicy J, Skeme, Ty Dolla $ign, Too $hort, ScHoolboy Q, K. Roosevelt, Clyde Carson, Problem, Stacy Barthe, Fred the Godson, Sam Hook, Shantelle, Stat Quo, Joe Moses. Production is seen from the likes of DJ Mustard, Cool & Dre, ShoNuff, Big Pops, Pilz, SAP, League of Starz, 2oolman, Twin Towerz, Burd, Keyz, Big Duke, and JP Did This 1. If you’ve been waiting some new material from Chuck Taylor, hit the jump and get the festivities started viewing the 19-track tracklisting along with a download link ready.
Everyone knows that DJ Khaled loves his “anthems,” and tonight he gives Flex the thumbs up to drop his Suffering From Success cut “Feel Like Pac/Feel Like Biggie.” Yes, that is the real title of the song and no we’re not really surprised, because after all, it is DJ Khaled. As far as the lineup for the song goes, it’s the usual suspects of Diddy, T.I., Swizz Beatz, Meek Mill and Rick Ross, paying “homage” to the greatest to ever do it.
DJ Khaled’s Suffering From Success drops on October 22.
UPDATE: Ma$e had an opinion of about the new DJ Khaled single after seeing the track surface. Check out his thoughts after the jump.
The day has finally arrived! Meek Mill delivers his latest installment of the Dreamchasers mixtape series. Fueled with his usual heavyweight features, this tape has the potential to be in rotation for quite some time. Behind 17 tracks, the standout guests on this one include Diddy, Birdman, Nicki Minaj, Fabolous & many more. The production is also no slouch on this, as Meek linked up with Cardo, Key Wane, Boi-1da, Scott Storch & more.
So while you enjoy this wonderful Sunday filled with awesome NFL action let DC3 be your official soundtrack! Download & stream after the jump.
Meek Mill is set to drop his new mixtape Dreamchasers 3 tomorrow but first decides to give the fans a taste with his new track “I’m Leanin” featuring Diddy, Travis Scott & Birdman. As you might expect this one is full of slick talk and pretty dope bars. Also Baby & Diddy on the same song equals about a couple billion dollars of net worth so that is cool.
Check back for DC3 tomorrow at noon. Also after the jump check out the official tracklist for the tape.
Funk Flex got a little something for the world tonight as he drops some brand new music in “Bout That Life” that looks to be a bonus cut from MMG’s upcoming album Self Made 3. This one features the usual cast of Rick Ross, French Montana, Meek Mill & the CEO Diddy. This one could do some damage on the club scene with French on that hook, plus that Ric Flair sample at the beginning had us screaming “WOOOOOOOOO!”
Over the week, we’ve been seeing photos and highlights of Diddy and Ma$e’s reunion performance at Drake’s“OVO Fest 2013”, where the two hit the stage for the first time in 9 years. We normally browse back through the old school Bad Boy catalog, to listen to them timeless hits Puff was behind adding classic them background vocals we use to imitate.
When Frank White solidified himself as a top rapper of the game, Puff Daddy was ready to embark on his own solo career starting with his debut solo single “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down.” The previous summer, the masses got their first glimpse of Murda Ma$e on 112’s “Only You” with Biggie; but this was the first single in our eyes where he achieved commercial notoriety.
From Eddie Griffin having B.I.G. in the car laughing at their run-in with the jakes, to driving through the open sandy roads with that classic Rolls-Royce; Ma$e had to be energized that day during the shoot to keep up with the hours of Puffy dancing.
“Fronting like Bad Boy ain’t got tracks, nigga stop that.”
Three decades in the music industry, Bad Boy Records has hits that are timeless still.