2017 seems to be the year for the one named Safaree. Despite a few bad moments, he has been doing well thanks to his released singles, surprising many with his Hot 97 Freestyle, and his various TV appearances. With the year coming to a close, he wants to ensure that fans get a lot more music with his latest Mixtape, “Fur Coat Vol. 1“. Featuring 15 tracks, SB continues to let folks know that despite all the things his name has been attached to good and bad, he can hold his own when it comes to making music. With DJ Self, Sean Kingston, Philly Swain, Bowe Jack, DJ Norie, and Mayday Carter making appearances, this is the right companion while you catch Safaree on your favourite VH1 reality show! No Fur Coats and Coconut Oil included. Check out the project below!
Next to step out of the “First Coast” today is Gully Ca$h with his full length project titled “TrillInAYaad“. The title means “To be true to yourself, no matter which country you call home“. Featuring 11 tracks showcasing the street life, the celebrations of life, and thug motivation, Gully aims to have ears listening and supporting the movement no matter where they are. Gully Ca$h made sure to share the platform with fellow “First Coast” artists Lano Di Rulah, Stratdon, Ukasion and feature production from the likes of SOS Dynamikz. Get a copy of this mixtape by checking it out below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
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If God is by your side, then all your plans will come to fruition and today Rapper Slim ID believes this with his new project. Titled “God’s Plan“, Slim drops 8 tracks to show you that his talent and determination comes with the help of the creator. With just a couple features from Twig and GMoney ID and production from Brainiac Beats, check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
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Today’s new mixtape comes from DJ Flipcyide of Wu Worldwide DJ Coalition and Jamaica’s own Junior Reid. Titled “Undeniable“, this is a 25 track compilation of Junior Reid’s international collaborations with major label artists who include Fat Joe, Lil Wayne, Smiff N Wessun, Rick Ross and the Wu-Tang Clan. Popular collaborations included are Alicia Keys’ “No One Remix”, MIMS’ “This Is Why I’m Hot Remix”, The Game’s “It’s Ok” and his own “One Blood” which has been a part of a few collaborations as a sample or redone by the artist. Thanks to his hit “One Blood”, Junior Reid has been the one to call for collaborations over the years from popular artists and that has not slowed down since. Check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
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Today’s new mixtape comes from Mavado’s Mansion Records artist Karian Sang. Titled “Grammys Mixtape“, this features 24 tracks from the Jamaican/Canadian “Assassin“. Featuring her hits “Settle Down” and “Take It” with Mavado, If you’re not familiar with her music, now is a perfect time to introduce yourself to it. Check out her mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Happy 4/20 readers. While many of us can’t partake in the festivities of the day we can all enjoy some music right? Today’s mixtape comes from Money Music Ent. and 876 Kemxtri Muzik and I hope you have a reservation. Titled “The Guest List Vol. 2” and hosted by Kash Kapri and Five Steez, this mixtape features 29 tracks by some of the best Jamaican Hip Hop has to offer. Apart from the hosts, this mixtape also features music from SOS Dynamikz, The Sickest Drama, Kabaka Pyramid, Fofifth, Ill Gramma and many others, you can enjoy this mixtape in your choice of a smoking or nonsmoking section today. Check out the mixtape below, download, and share your thoughts in the comments section.