It’s a new year meaning new opportunities, new money, but most importantly…new music! Q1 has just begun and to start it off rapper Fabolous and R&B singer Trey Songz made sure we brought in the new year with some bangers, as they dropped their joint mixtape Trappy New Years on 12/31. Joining the lineup is Tory Lanez who dropped two new mixtapes from each of his series, The New Toronto (2) and Chixtape (4); and for the third year straight, Kanye West celebrates the New Year with new music as he features on Tyga‘s new Kylie Jenner-referencing joint “Feel Me”.
On the six track collaborative EP Trappy New Years, both Fab and Trigga deliver litty and lyrical verses while rapping over some of the hottest trap songs of 2016, like Migos‘ “Bad and Boujee“; Future & Drake‘s “Used To This“, plus more.
Still to come from each are Fabolous’ forthcoming joint tape with Jadakiss, Freddy vs. Jason; plus Trey Songz’s seventh studio album, Tremaine. Listen and download Trappy New Years below.
As promised, Tory Lanez shared two new mixtapes to add to his dual series collection: Chixtape 4 and The New Toronto 2. Each project includes beats from some of the dopest producers, including Tory himself, such as Sergio R, Play Picasso and C Sick, etc. The rap-focused TNT2 is comprised of 13 head-bobbing tracks sure to keep you feeling litty from beginning to end.
Meanwhile, on his R&B-focused Chixtape 4 series, including features from Rick Ross and A$AP Ferg, Tory remixes some of the sexiest love-making slow jams like Pretty Ricky‘s “Grind On Me“; Diddy‘s “I Need A Girl Pt. 2“; and even Disney’s The Proud Family‘s theme song. Listen and download Chixtape 4 and The New Toronto 2 below.
Following his new deal with GOOD Music, Tyga shares a new single including the label’s founder Kanye West. This is the first song from Yeezy following his hospitalization and Tyga’s first from his forthcoming GOOD music debut album. The brother-in-laws each rap out the “thick” women in their lives, Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner over a thriller-film like beat. The song also sounds like a mix between Meek Mill and Tory Lanez’s “Litty” with another familiar melody from Schoolboy Q‘s “THat Part“.
Irregardless of the similarities, the track bumps with indefinite club play feels; Kanye may have just saved Tyga’s career. Take a listen for yourself and download the song below.
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