As we filled our stomachs this Thanksgiving with tons of food, the Hip-Hop world was busy filling our ears with tons of new music.
Fabolous and Jadakiss finally dropped their long-awaited project as Dave East debuted a second project for 2017. In addition, Hopsin made a hard-hitting return as Ma$e and Cam'ron came for each other on their respective diss tracks.
First up, Fabolous and Jadakiss officially dropped their collaborative album, 'Friday On Elm Street,' laced with 12 tracks.
The new joint, first announced back n February 2016, includes features from Teyana Taylor, Future, French Montana, Swizz Beatz, Styles P, Yo Gotti, and Jeezy.
In addition to the new feat, Fab announced a new tour will support the album, arriving this winter. So stay tuned! But for now...
Check out the new project below!
While Dave East holds out on the sequel to his major label debut 'Paranoia: A True Story,' he drops a new mixtape, hosted by DJ Holiday, entitled, 'K A R M A.'
The new project comes laced with 16 tracks, with features from Chris Brown, Kap G, Offset, Lil Durk, Don Q and more.
Additionally, the 'K A R M A' serves as East's first full-length release since his August Def Jam debut; simultaneously pushing back his Halloween-expected Paranoia 2 album. But until the official release...
Check out the new mixtape below!
Hopsin makes a huge return with his newest 17-track project, 'No Shame,' produced entirely by himself.
Additionally, earlier this year the rapper confirmed his working on a new album (at the time rumored as 'Savageville' and due July 2017), but to no avail.
Consequently, during the months that followed, he continued to tease new music from his new album 'No Shame,' through singles "Happy Ending," "The Purge" and "Witch Doctor."
Following his 2015 album 'Pound Syndrome,' Hopsin explains his self-produced project;s message:
"This album is pretty much just karma for people who have screwed me over and done something wrong"
Check out the new album below!
With Hip-Hop unsuspecting, Ma$e dropped a bomb called "The Oracle," a diss track aimed straight as his frenemy Cam'ron.
Consequently, the track follows after Killa's comeback mixtape 'The Program,' which evidently includes a ton of hidden subs toward his on/off again Harlem homie.
Additionally, on the scathing track, Ma$e emerges from retirement delivering his wrath upon Cam and holding nothing back.
Moreover, he comes for Cam's sister, health and wrongdoings between his Dipset brother Jim Jones.
Check out the new single below!
While responding to his sparring partner, Cam'ron released his own diss track entitled "Dinner Time," targeted right back at Ma$e.
Wasting zero time, Killa also wasted zero shots at his fellow Harlem playmate, coming for his sister and dealings with former boss Sean "Diddy" Combs.
Produced by the Heatmakerz, Cam even raps on the track about Ma$e's "running" from the streets and violence to "hide out" in the church.
Check out the new track below!
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