MP3 Downloads Mid-July 2K17

It has been a little over 3 weeks since the start of the summer and the hot temperatures across the United States are here to prove it.  Many people have their own way of cooling off by taking a dip in the pool, going to a local water park, opening up a city fire hydrant, or just by staying indoors and relaxing in the air conditioning.  Whatever way you choose to stay cool, we have some new music reviews for you to enjoy while keeping fresh.

The first review comes from DJ Murph with part 27 of the “Time To Put In Work” mixtapes.  Artists making an appearance on this installment of the franchise such as Meek Mill, YFN Lucci, Young Scooter, Offset, Drake, Gunna, 21 Savage, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Kodak Black, NBA YoungBoy, 2 Chainz, Future, Moneybagg Yo, Migos, Chief Keef, Shad Da God, Duke, Ace Dinero, Boosie Badazz, Trouble, Lil Wayne, Cizzle Money Addict, Kilo Escobar, and much more.  Scroll through all of this DJ’s releases by using the suggested featured located below the like, share, and tweet buttons.

Next, in the line up of reviews is a drop from DJ Ron Viper.  He brings the streets a release called “Todays Top Hits”.  Before we get into this review, if you are looking for more DJ Ron Viper mixtapes on the site, head over to the search page to bring up all of his products.  On his most recent title, you will find music by Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug, T.I., SahBabii, Desiigner, Yayo Jugg, Big $ean, Kodak Black, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Quavo, Scotty ATL, Gucci Mane, Lil Baby, Famous Dex, Diego Money, Pachino, Young Dolph, Skippa Da Flippa, Rich The Kid, Stick, London Jae, MadeinTYO, and much more on this 42 song playlist of new songs.

DJ Smirk is back at again with another installment of the “Too Much Sauce” series.  On volume 9 of these mixtapes you will find tracks from Money Man, Arab Fred, Coca Vango, Young Jeezy, Sonny Digital, Playboi Carti, Swift, UnoTheActivist, Thouxanbanfauni, Drew Fantastic, 2Pac, Eminem, K Smyllz, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Gabby Moe, Bishop King, Dae Dae, Money RunniN, Lotto Savage, K. Camp, Jose Guapo, Skooly, and many more street emcees.  This DJ’s releases always contain a mix up popular artists as well as up and coming lyricists in the game.

Traps N Trunks return to the scene with volume 121 of the “Strictly 4 Traps N Trunks” franchise.  These DJs always place some of the hottest new songs out of the south on their mixtapes.  This edition brings you music from Dollasign Dee, Gucci Mane, Roc Decarlo, Feddie Gibbs, 2 Eleven, Casino, G Herbo, Starlito, Bezz Believe, Zed Zilla, PeeWee Longway, Lil Dre, Tummy Tee, L Roy Da Boy, Lil Murda, YFN Kay, Mista Mon, Lil Sodi, and others.

Finally, DJs Reddy Rell and Iceberg give the block part 92 of the “Hip Hop TXL” library.  This drop plays you funk by Travi$ Scott, Metro Boomin, Offset, Drake, 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Juicy J, Migos, Ski Mask The Slump God, G-Eazy, E-40, 24hrs, Visto, Chevy Woods, TYuS, Kris Hollis, Jay Critch, Takeoff, and a gang of other industry acts.  These mixtapes always have some of the nicest artwork done by the famous Kid Eight, so make sure to hit him up on Instagram or Twitter if you need any work done.

That about does it and wraps about another edition of reviews.  We hope these blogs will help you in choosing the best playlists for your listening pleasure.  Please help spread the word about the best site on the planet to bring you the hottest music on the streets.

Playlist for July 4, 2017

Today is the day the United States of America celebrates it’s day of independence.  This is a time for friends and family to come together to kick back and have a nice afternoon barbecue.  Many adults will also be going out to continue the party after the cookout and we have some music for you to check out for all of the holiday’s activities.

The first review comes from DJ Reddy Rell and DJ Iceberg as they are back in the game with another installment in the franchise titled “Hip Hop TXL”.  Part 93 is the “R.I.P Prodigy Edition” in this long running series of mixtapes.  Look for artists to make an appearance on this edition such as Jay-Z, Juelz Santana, Styles P, Dave East, Tyler The Creator, Bump J, Cardi B, Pusha T, Yo Gotti, Fontaine, Fabolous, Smoke DZA, Styles P, Genius, Uncle Murda, Wiz Khalifa, Tory Lanez, Future, YG, Monty, Fetty Wap, and many other popular industry performers.

The next hip hop music playlist comes from DJ Mad Lurk with the release of the product titled “Summer Finesse”.  This drop contains tracks by Trouble, T.I., Moneybagg Yo, K. Camp, Dave East, Young Thug, SahBabii, Ralo, 21 Savage, Kevin Gates, Big $ean, Ugly God, Desiigner, Ty Zay, Kenny205, SpaceWoo, Skippa Da Flippa, Lil Pump, and much more.  DJ Mad Lurk mixtapes are new to the site, so we would like to welcome his talent to the best website on the internet.

Down south’s own DJ Spinatik returns to the scene with the 5th edition of the “Fresh Out The Kitchen” sessions.  Emcees and singer-songwriters making the cut for this volume include Gucci Mane, Kodak Black, PnB Rock, Metro Boomin, Offset, Atak, Playboi Carti, DJ Khaled, Drake, Fabolous, Plat House, Famous Dex, Jay Critch, Sixx Figures, Post Malone, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Quavo, Rich The Kid, Dae Dae, Chris Brown, Rick Ross, and more on this 21 song playlist.

DJ Smirk brings out part 8 of the “Too Much Sauce” mixtapes.  This drop consists of 31 new songs with a mix of rap and r&b artists.  Industry recordings acts on this drop to check for such as NBA YoungBoy, Metro Boomin, YaYo2Dope, Rambo, Beezy, Tip, Young Nudy, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, DStackz, Tory Lanez, ManMan Savage, Waters, Duke Da Beast, Pay Dinero, SelfMadeDaCrew, Dave East, Jose Guapo, UnoTheActivist, Migos, MoneyRunniN, FatBoii Pimp, and others.

Finally, one of the more talented DJs on the site, GIFTED SoN, drops off the 28th volume of the “R&B Session” franchise.  The transitions on this DJ’s release are nice and will keep the party going non-stop with his mixtapes.  Popular performers to look for on this edition of the series include Ludacris, Kid Ink, Game, Fat Joe, Mila J, Bruno Mars, Wale, Fifth Harmony, Mila J, Frank Ocean, Jeremih, Rico Nasty, Kodie Shane, Shy Glizzy, Zoey Dollaz, Xuitsecity, Meek Mill, French Montana, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Swae Lee, Lyquin, Kanye West, and many more top acts.

This brings this blog post review to a close as we also plan on celebrating the 4th of July.  If you plan on drinking alcohol, please be sure to have a designated driver as the cops will be out in full force today during the festivities.  If you are looking to become a premium member on the site, you can find out more info about that here.

Music Downloads For Spring 2K17

The harsh winter is finally over for most and spring is finally here.  Mardi Gras was only a few weeks ago and that means that Easter is right around the corner.  It has been a while since we have posted a blog reviewing the latest releases, but rest assured the latest and greatest website is back to let you know about the hottest titles currently out there.

Rick Ross just released his 9th retail album titled “Rather Me Than You” on St. Patrick’s Day this year, which was March 17th, 2017.  His first week sales for the project are already at 100,000+ copies.  Those numbers are much better than his previous release labeled “Black Market”, which sold 65,000 copies in it’s first week.  Mr. Crack dropped a project featuring some of the best records out by the Maybach Music Group boss called “My Beautiful Empire”.  This 21 song playlist contains appearances by Wale, Ty Dolla $ign, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Future, French Montana, Meek Mill, Nipsey Hu$$le, Tracy T, Big K.R.I.T., Lupe Fiacso, Ace Hood, Smoke DZA, Project Pat, Scrilla, Sam Sneak, and much more.  Use the search feature on the site to check out all of the Rick Ross mixtapes.  Stream his new retail album “Rather Me Than You” through Apple Music below:

Next, DJ Iceberg and DJ Reddy Rell are back in the game with part 90 of the franchise titled “Hip Hop TXL”.  These releases always give you a huge compilation of the hottest music currently being played on the streets.  On this installment, we have new songs by G Herbo, Future, Jeezy, Yo Gotti, Chris Rock, 24hrs, Drake, Nicki Minaj, 2 Chainz, Dave East, Raekwon, Bankroll Fresh, QuickTrip, Ghostface Killah, Young Thug, Remy Ma, A Boogie Wit Da Hood, 21 Savage, and a gang of other popular industry performers.

DJ New Era brings out a joint that showcases some of the best hits from the early years of hip hop.  Volume 5 of the “Crate Music” series contains 62 vintage hits from back in the day.  Artists making the cut for this edition include Run DMC, Shyne, Black Rob, G Dep, Beanie Sigel, M.O.P., Busta Rhymes, Digital Underground, Naughty By Nature, EPMD, De La Soul, Redman, Goodie Mob, Beatnuts, Heavy D, Tony Toni Tone, The Sugar Hill Gang, and many others.  Some of the older heads will want to check this one out.

DJ Smoke brings out number 49 of the franchise titled “Smoked Out Radio”.  The “Trap Edition” gives you tracks by Future, Koly P, Zoey Dollaz, Rich The Kid, MadeinTYO, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Dolph, Lil Yachty, Gucci Mane, Migos, O.T. Genasis, Kodak Black, A$AP Ferg, Kevin Gates, Ugly God, Kodak Black, Psychosis Slim, Villz, Casino, Zed Zilla, and others.  Check out all of DJ Smoke’s releases by using the suggested products feature.

Finally, DJ Racks and DJ Dirtte Dave bring the streets another edition of the “Westcoast Countdown” music sessions.  This drop is 21 tracks with funk by E-40, Berner, Too $hort, Mozzy, G Perico, Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih, Jojo, Young Meezy, G-Eazy, YG, Lil Wayne, Young Chop, Molly G, D.R.A.M., French Montana, and other hip hop emcees.  Fans of the west coast bop need to give this one a listen.

Mixtapes 1st Week of September 2016

September is here and it kicks off with the Laboy Day holiday weekend.  The temperatures are still very warm for the United States with the Fall season being less than three weeks away.  We have some music to give you a heads up on that you may want to bring along for your cookout celebration.

First, The Empire drops a product called “For The Hell Of It” with 21 Savage, Travi$ Scott, and Lil Uzi Vert as the headliners.  Other artists appearing alongside the down south emcees such as Alicia Keys, Kanye West, Future, Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Ralo, Young Thug, Wiz Khalifa, Migos, Usher, Juicy J, DJ Snake, Skeme, and more.  The Empire has released many hot mixtapes over the past two weeks, so be sure to check out those drops also.

Next, is another installment of “The Usual Suspects” with the release labeled “Lil Wayne + 2 Chainz + Future Edition”.  The cover art is the same of a prior drop starring these three southern lyricists, so this is the 2K16 version.  Guest appearances on this 17 song playlist by MadeinTYO, Young Greatness, Belly, Yo Gotti, The Weeknd, YG, YFN Lucci, Lil Uzi Vert, Chance The Rapper, Ty Dolla $ign, G-Eazy, Dae Dae, Zoey Dollaz, Nicki Minaj, August Alsina, and more of today’s popular industry recording artists.

Up next, in this list of mixapes reviewed, is another release by Canada’s own DJ Scratchez.  He returns to the scene with #61 of the franchise titled “Diamond Cuttz”.  Artists in the game making the cut for this edition include SYPH, Tracy T, Trouble, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, BlaxkOut, Gucci Mane, Chevy Woods, Casey Veggies, Scotty ATL, David Banner, G-Unit, Nipsey Hu$$le, Cuzzy Capone, DeJ Loaf, Ayo Jay, Fabolous, Trey Songz, T.I., Skippa Da Flippa, Reese, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Minty Burn, Young Buck, and a gang of other music artists on this track listing of 40 new songs.

The fouth release of this post is by DJ Jay Rock and he gives you part 51 of the “Blazin R&B” mixtapes.  This drop plays you the best tracks currently in heavy rotation on the streets and air waves.  Musicians making an appearance on this installment such as Jennifer Lopez, Kirko Bangz, J Hicks, R. Kelly, Tyga, Chris Brown, Future, Sammie, Tinashe, Big $ean, French Montana, Rick Ross, Jeremih, Brsyon Tiller, DJ Khaled, and many others.

Finally, comes another volume of the “Hip Hop TXL” music sessions.  This franchise, which is hosted by DJ Iceberg and DJ Reddy Rell, plays you some of the best records out on the streets and over the internet.  These two DJs always drop mixtapes packed with music to keep you entertained for hours.  Check out artists on this 61 song playlist such as Mac Miller, Curtis Williams, Rich The Kid, K. Camp, Quavo, Isaiah Rashad, Kyyngg, Cooli High, 8-Ball, Gangsta Boo, Fetty Wap, Monty, Famous Dex, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Juvenile, Project Pat, DJ E-Feezy, Lite Fortunato, The L.O.X., Young Dolph, Uncle Murda, Dizzy Wright, Audio Push, and many others.

Everyone should be outside enjoying the beautiful weather while spending time with their friends and family on this holiday weekend.  We are mobile compatible, so while you’re out kicking it with your buddies, load our site on your mobile browser.  Use our site’s search engine to find exactly what you are looking for here.

 

New Mixtapes and Free MP3 Downloads

It is the second week of April 2016 and most of the United States is experiencing mild temperatures.  The northeast part of the country would say otherwise, as they are seeing some snow on the ground.  The best in free mp3 download sites has a review in store for everyone and to also cheer up those of you that are stuck indoors because of the cold weather.

J. Armz releases the March Edition of the collection labeled “Rap&B”.  This DJ doesn’t give you all the same music that is currently in rotation, but still plays you records that would be considered hits.  As the title would suggest, this release contains a mix of hip hop and r&b with new songs by artists such as Beyonce, B Smyth, Young Thug, Kevin Gates, Joe Moses, Berner, PnB Rock, Rich The Kid, Niykee Heaton, Jose Guapo, Rockie Fresh, Jeremih, A$AP Mast, D Double E, Nef The Pharaoh, and much more.  You will notice that our site is full of the top mixtapes out and not any useless junk to ruin your browsing experience.

Since J. Armz has such a new and diverse selection of music on his releases, the next review is from the series titled “Hip Hop Top 20”.  Volume 2 also plays you a new selection of free music downloads rather than the same usual tracks that DJs put on their compilations.  As stated before, these are different, but are still a great listen for your ears.  Emcees to look for on this drop include Jay Electronica, Ali Vegas, Westside Gunn, Action Bronson, Logic, Jesse Boykins III, Supreme Cerebral, Planet Asia, Aesop Rock, Logic, Nick Grant, Cane, Termanology, G-Eazy, iSHi, Flume, Vince Staples, and other hip hop performers.  His mixtapes contain a refreshing playlist for everyone to enjoy.

UK’s favorite, DJ Triple Exe, is back to showcase the 55th installment in the franchise called “Street Kings”.  This one is sub-titled “The Man Of The Year” and gives you a 26 song track list.  Music acts making an appearance on this edition such as Dave East, Lil Wayne, Manolo Rose, French Montana, Slim Thug, Azealia Banks, Monty, Vado, T.I., Rico Richie, Kanye West, Lil Kim, Travi$ Scott, Desiinger, Yo Gotti, Ca$h Out, Juicy J, and other top industry recording artists.  You can also check the site for a new edition in his “The Passion Of R&B” collection for those that like slow jams.

Superstar Jay brings you another gem in the franchise labeled “I Am Mixtapes”.  This one could be called the murder number, being that it is #187 in the collection.  Many of his releases are sub-titled “I Want My Corners”, so that’s nothing new.  Look for performances on this drop from Jeezy, 2 Chainz, Maino, DJ Luke Nasty, Lil Durk, Papoose, Nino Man, Nas, Fetty Wap, Young Dolph, Tommy 2 Face, Jayo Balla, Tory Lanez, Remy Ma, Joell Ortiz, Lil Uzi Vert, B.B.O.D., and others on this 25 song playlist.

Wu-Tang affiliated, DJ Flipcyide, drops off the first installment in the music download library titled “The Wu Files”.  Hell Razah hosts this product with appearances by Killah Priest, Sheek Louch, Styles P, Raekwon, Timbo King, Kabaka Pyramid, Verbal Pimp, Vendetta Kingz, 4th Disciple, Inspectah Deck, Dom Pachino, Blak Madeen, Wu Lords, Heaven Razah, and much more.  Be sure to listen to this product the whole way through because you will not wanna miss all the fire talent on this release.

DJ Reddy Rell and DJ Iceberg return to the game with another edition to add to their Hip Hop TXL mixtapes.  Volume 78 is a tribute to the recently fallen soldier Bankroll Fresh.  These releases almost always contain over 2 hours of the hottest funk out on the streets with this one being no exception.  Rappers on this installment include Dukwon, Drebo, T.y., Domo Genesis, Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Trouble, Big Bank Black, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Lil Yachty, Coca Vango, Pusha T, Future, Famous Dex, Tink, Keri Hilson, Birdman, Juvenile, Lu Cruise, G Herbo, Kap G, and a ton of other emcees on this drop.

Finally, N.O.R.E. which stands for Niggaz On a Run Eattin, is back with an official music download project labeled “Drunk Uncle”.  That probably fits him well as he is a well-known alcoholic.  This product received the help needed with guest features by Royal Flush, Nature, Kool G Rap, Noah, Jadakiss, Capone, T-Pain, Killer Mike, Rick Ross, Cityboy Dee, Ty Dolla $ign, Lex Lavoe, A$AP Ferg, and others.

We have a mobile app coming soon, so all the Apple users can download mp3 files on their mobile devices.  Android users have no need to worry as downloading has always been allowed with a mobile browser, but you also will be able to install this app for your listening pleasure.  Why people choose to use Apple, we will never know.