Mixtapes & Albums – July 2019

Mixtapes & Albums  – July 2019

Big K.R.I.T Returns With “K.R.I.T. IZ HERE”


The follow up to his 2010 mixtape has arrived.

Just in time for his “From the South With Love Tour,” Big K.R.I.T. has gifted fans with his latest project, K.R.I.T. IZ HERE. The blazing hot record is full of rap tracks that are delightfully southern without sounding kitschy. As the 10-year anniversary of K.R.I.T WUZ HERE approaches, the rapper told Zane Lowe on Beats 1 that it was important for him to follow up his critically-acclaimed, 2010 mixtape to let people know that he’s matured. He also mentioned that he’s addressing some often uncomfortable topics that are prevalent in the culture.

“For me, it was about also showcasing that I can go different places,” he said of being multi-faceted. “It either be singing, live instrumentation, and how I sometimes want to use my vocals as more of an instrument, than just being on the record. Also, tackling certain issues, or how I feel about certain social topics and things like that in my music, but knowing the K.R.I.T WUZ HERE‘s ten year anniversary is gonna be next year, and it was important that I let people know that K.R.I.T. is here now. It was always me kinda feeling like I wasn’t being noticed or kinda being bitter, I guess, in a certain kinda way. And all of that kinda went away when I did 4eva Is a Mighty Long Time and just finding my space and what I want to do creatively.”

You’ll also find a handful of features on K.R.I.T. IZ HERE including sounds by Lil WayneJ. Cole, Yella Beezy, Saweetie, Rico Love, Baby Rose, Camper, and WOLFE de MÇHLS. Let us know what you think.


1. K.R.I.T. HERE
2. High End Country (Interlude)
3. Been Waitin
4. I Make It Easy
5. Addiction (ft. Lil Wayne & Saweetie)
6. Energy
7. Obvious (Feat. Rico Love)
8. I Made (Feat. Yella Beezy)
9. Everytime (Feat. Baby Rose)
10. Believe
11. Prove It (ft. J. Cole)
12. Family Matters
13. ”Blue Flame” (Interlude)
14. Blue Flame Ballet
15. Learned From Texas
16. Outer Space
17. High Beams (ft. WOLFE de MÇHLS)
18. Life In the Sun (ft. Camper)
19. M.I.S.S.I.S.S.I.P.P.I.

Yuna Drops Off Her Brand New Album “Rouge” Ft. Tyler, The Creator, G-Eazy & More


Yuna is back with her first project in three years.

It’s been roughly three years since the release of Yuna’s last album but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t been active. She’s continued to release loose singles in the time in-between. The Malaysian singer has continued to drop new music since including her collab with Tokimonst. Now, she returns with her latest project, Rouge after building anticipation over the last few months.

With eleven tracks in total, Yuna’s back with her seventh album, Rouge. Her latest album follows the release of her critically acclaimed, Chapters which arrived in 2016. Rouge includes features from Tyler, The Creator, who appears on “Castaway,” G-Eazy, MIYAVI, Little Simz, KYLE, Jay Park, and Masego. “Blank Marquee” with G-Eazy serves as their second collaboration together. The project also features the previously released singles “Forevermore” and “Pink Youth” with Little Simz.

Peep her new project below.


French Montana & Max B Get Wavy On “Coke Wave 4” Mixtape


French Montana and Max B return with a new “Coke Wave” mixtape.

We’ve been hearing about the upcoming edition of the Coke Wave series for weeks and finally, French Montana and Max B have returned for a new project. The duo has been around for a long time and with Max B still behind bars, the possibility of a new tape was up in the air for the longest time. He’s almost back home and before his big return, the Wave God has been releasing a few hype singles. Now, Biggavelli and Montana have unleashed Arm & Hammer: Coke Wave 4 for us all to enjoy.

The body of work was shared on Audiomack a few moments ago, featuring nine tracks and no outside artists credited. The new project is solid, bringing us through a series of hard instrumentals and French Montana & Max B’s street knowledge on full display.

Listen to the tape below and let us know what you think. Did the Wave Gods live up to the hype?


1. Hollywood (Impossible)
2. Super Bad
3. Angel Of My Life
4. Hold On
5. Yes Ya’ll
6. One More Time
7. Don’t Push Me
8. Double Trouble
9. Treat Em Right

Salaam Remi & Bodega Bamz Team Up On “Bodega’s Way” Project


Bodega & Salaam hit the studio.

A few weeks ago, Salaam Remi and Bodega BAMZ debuted the first deliverable of their collaborative efforts, dropping off the fiery “That Guy” single. Now the duo has returned to deliver on the effort in full, gifting fans with Bodega’s Way, a five-track project that explores a musical symbiosis shared between the two artists.

“Me and Bamz have a great vibe in the studio that makes magic that’s unique to our collabs,” Salaam says of the link up. On Bodega’s Way, you’ll find a sole appearance from Conway The Machine as Bodega is left up to his own devices for most of the way over the Remi creations. Get into Bodega’s Way down below.

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