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Smoke DZA & Pete Rock – Don’t Smoke Rock (Album) + “Limitless” Visual w/ Dave East

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Any album with legendary production and captivating rhymes is sure to last forever, and that’s what you get with Smoke DZA & Pete Rock. The dynamic duo comes together to release their first collaborative project, Don’t Smoke Rock. Coming in with 13 tracks, the album features contributions from Dave East, Cam’ron, LOX members Styles P and Jadakiss, BJ the Chicago Kid, Mac Miller, Wale, Big K.R.I.T., and many more.

Stream Don’t Smoke Rock below and watch their brand new “Limitless” visual with Dave East.

You can also check out the video for “Limitless” featuring Dave East below.

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Sexyy Red Releases New Project ‘In Sexyy We Trust’ Ft. Drake, Lil Baby, More

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Sexyy Red Releases New Project ‘In Sexyy We Trust’ Ft. Drake, Lil Baby, More miixtapechiick

Less than a year since the release of Hood Hottest Princess, Sexyy Red returns with her brand new mixtape, In Sexyy We Trust.

Supported by the lead single, “Get It Sexyy,” the project consists of 14 tracks with contributions from Drake, Lil Baby, Mike WiLL Made-It and VonOff1700. Executive produced by Tay Keith, stream In Sexyy We Trust below.

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Vince Staples Drops New Album ‘Dark Times’

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After launching his Netflix series, The Vince Staples Show, earlier this year, Vince Staples announced he would be releasing his final album during his 10 years at Def Jam, titled Dark Times. Supported by the single “Shame On The Devil,” the project consists of 13 tracks with no features.

“Eleven years ago, a young, uncertain version of myself was given an opportunity with Def Jam Recordings,” he wrote in an Instagram caption. “I released my first project under their banner, Shyne Coldchain Vol 2, a year later. I was unsure of what to expect from the world of music but deeply aware of what I needed: a change in my surroundings and a clear understanding of self. Ten years and seven projects later, I’ve found that clarity. Now, I share with you my final Def Jam release, Dark Times.”

Stream Vince Staples’ sixth studio album Dark Times below.

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