TDE is prepping for their next big release due tonight, which is Jay Rock’s first album since 2011 titled 90059. Ahead of its release, the most anticipated track off the album featuring Black Hippy has surfaced. Black hippy is comprised of Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, and Jay Rock, who the original 4 signees to the TDE label. Kendrick kicks off "Vice City" with different slow choppy flow over the slow, menacing beat with a rumbling bassline as they 4 rappers trade verses showing off the chemistry between the label mates. Stay tuned for the 11-track album 90059, which brings the previously featured "Easy Bake" featuring Kdot and SZA alongside additional features from TDE artists as well as guest spot from Busta Rhymes. Listen to the full song below. Enjoy!
Jay Rock – Vice City (Ft. Black Hippy) | Pre-Order on iTunes
Apart of the TDE family alongside Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul just leaked a vicious, near 3 minute, freestyle without any approval from the label, stating "I might get dropped from the label for this 1, but fuck it…"
The appropriately titled "47 Bars" features a smooth production, thanks to Hip-Hop legend The Alchemist, that paves the way for Ab-Soul to come in and perfectly lay non stop bars. From puns about Spiderman to dogging on guys wearing capes, Ab-Soul manages to leave no one untouched. Listen to the freestyle below and enjoy!
Ab-Soul – 47 Bars
Chuck Inglish of The Cool Kids brings out Mac Miller and TDE member Ab-Soul for ‘Came Thru/Easily’, a huge new party track filled with solid verses from everyone. This is off Chuck’s upcoming Easily EP, with production from Chuck himself. All 3 of these guys go so well, with Mac’s verse easily going the hardest, ripping on all the rappers talking about Molly in 2013. Let’s not forget the last time these 3 all collaborated on a song together with ‘All The Time’ earlier this year. You can stream this song for now, with download coming soon.
Chuck Inglish – ‘Came Thru/Easily’ Feat. Mac Miller & Ab-Soul | Stream For Now
Kendrick Lamar jumps on Rocko’s controversial single “U.O.E.N.O.” track that ended in Rick Ross loosing his Rebook deal. Well Kendrick and the rest of the Black Hippy crew featuring Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul and Jay Rock all do work on this remix. They all deliver some solid verses with Kendrick and Jay’s standing out. Do you think it’s better then the original?
U.O.E.N.O. (Black Hippy Remix) |Download
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