First Weekend of March 2018

Here it is, the first March weekend of 2018.  St. Patrick’s Day, which is one of the biggest drinking days of the year, is only two weeks away and occurs on a Saturday.  It is somewhat of a relief to have a holiday occur on the weekend as this past Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve of 2017 both occurred on a Sunday, which made both holidays not seem exciting at all.  We have some new music downloads you might want to check out in today’s blog review.

First, on the list of reviews comes a release titled “Spaceship Vibes” which is brought to you by DJ Hektik mixtapes.  He gives his fans a 28 song compilation of the hottest hip hop tracks out with this latest drop.  Look for music on this product by K. Camp, Dave East, Trippie Redd, Famous Dex, Blac Youngsta, Trey Songz, Jeezy, Chris Brown, Joyner Lucas, Josh K, Coca Vango, Lady Dhalia, Key Glock, Allan Kingdom, Smoke DZA, and other music industry acts.

DJ LakeGang is back in the game with his most recent drop labeled “March Madness Soundtack”.  This month is when college basketball really gets into full swing with teams battling it out to get to the NCAA final four.  The day the best four teams in college basketball square off is March 31st, 2018.  The latest of DJ Lakegang’s mixtapes contains a playlist of new songs from Lil Lonnie, Future, Jay-Z, MarleyG Da General, DJ Khaled, Offset, Quavo, Young Scooter, ShawtyOD, Beyonce, Slim Jxmmi, Damar Jackson, Sauce Walka, Riff3x, YFF Predro, YK Osiris, OGDre, DoughBoi Pacino, SK Corey, and other hip hop emcees.

Third, is a release by DJ J-Boogie.  He gives the streets volume 8 of the collection called “Is This What You Want?”.  Look for a track listing of cuts by Nipsey Hu$$le, A$AP Rocky, Gucci Mane, Sheek Louch, Meek Mill, Tee Grizzley, Sy Ari Da Kid, Yaweh, Fetty Wap, YG, 21 Savage, Busta Rhymes, Kelly Rowland, Missy Elliot, Mike Jones, Ransom, Onyx, Travi$ Scott, Ski Made The Slump God, and much more.

DJ Tokars drops a new series of mixtapes called “Trending In The Streets”.  This DJ Of Mack Tight Radio also goes by the moniker The Mayor Of The Streets.  On this first volume of the roster, we have new songs by lyricists such as Brodinski, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Casino, Nickoe, Money Man, Juliano, McGrady, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil OneHunnet, Adrien Broner, Hotboy Turk, Koly P, Blac Youngsta, Scotty ATL, BlocBoy JB, NBA YoungBoy, Drakeo The Ruler, Big Cuz, Chosen One, Rich The Kid, and others.

Finally, DJ Rally gives you a title with the hottest tracks currently in heavy rotation down south.  He produces for the block part 9 of the “Trap House Radio” mixtapes.  Listen for popular jams on this product from Kodak Black, XXXTentacion, Nav, Skippa Da Flippa, 21 Savage, Pacman, Kenwood Kendall, Lil Durk, Young Thug, Migos, MoneyBagg Yo, Lil Pump, Plies, Quavo, Lil Yachty, MoneyBagg To, Derez De’Shon, and other dirty south rappers.

That will conclude this blog post review of some of the hottest releases on the site to check out.  We do not carry any unwanted or annoying advertisements on the site, so not all titles on the site can streamed or downloaded free.  If you would like to know more info about becoming a premium member and the benefits, please go here.

Valentines Day and Ash Wednesday

Fat Tuesday was just a few days ago where people go out and celebrate Mardi Gras style.  The following day was Ash Wednesday for those that are of the Catholic Religion and also Valentine’s Day.  Those celebrations can only mean that Easter is right around the corner and occurs on April 1st this year.  That is the same day as April Fool’s, so there should be plenty of jokes and pranks to be made during that occasion.  Right now, we are just gonna give our readers a little run down of some music to check out as spring is almost here.

First, comes a release that contains a playlist perfect for February 14th.  DJ J-Boogie releases volume 35 of the “RnB Talk” collection.  On this drop, you will find songs by music artists such as Chris Brown, Sza, Aaliyah, Justin Timberlake, Tinashe, Jhene Aiko, T-Pain, Bruno Mars, Ne-Yo, Tony Braxton, Keith Sweat, K-Ci, Llando, Mary J Blige, Eric Bellinger, Remy Ma, Antonio Lamar, The Weeknd, Missy Elliot, Kelly Rowland, Cardi B, Busta Rhymes, and many more popular industry acts of this day and age.

Next, DJ Rally brings along DJ Black on his latest product for the streets.  These guys team up on the “Slappin Bacon Edition” of the franchise labeled “Trap House Radio”.  Emcees making the cut for this installment of the series include Troy Ave, Key Glock, Kenwood Kendall, Yo Gotti, Tay-K, YBN Nahmir, Lil Dude, Young Greatness, Eldorado Red, Mob Boss, Waka Flocka, Migos, 21 Savage, Doe Boy, YFN Lucci, Pacman TrapMania, Kollision, Blacc Zacc, Trouble, Lil Baby, Drake, and other block lyricists.

You will also find Kodak Black on this drop, who recently just dropped an album on 02-14-18 titled “Heart Break Kodak”.  This 17-track release contains guest features by Lil Wayne and Tory Lanez.  Check out the preview below through Spotify:

Third, Mr. Crack gives his fans another playlist containing the latest tracks from one of the game’s hottest emcees.  Meek Mill is the headliner on the product labeled “Philadelphia Eagles”.  Guest features on this 16-track playlist by Young Thug, Spade-O, Lil Wayne, Tyga, Tracy T, Fat Trel, Rick Ross, Lil Durk, Yo Gotti, Just Ivy, Trae Tha Truth, Maine Man, Rich Homie Quan, Spenzo, Nicki Minaj, YG, Troy Ave, Maino, Fabolous, Future, Mike Davis, and French Montana.  Recently, the Philly rapper was sentenced to 2-4 years jails for probation violations.  Although, headlines from Tuesday, Febraury 14th, state the ruling could be overturned as police corruption may have been involved.

DJ B-Eazy returns to the scene with another edition of the “Trap Talk” music catalog.  Hip hop lyricists to look for on the 30th installment of the franchise such as Lil Malik, Tee Grizzley, Gunna, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, FBG Duck, XXXTentacion, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Uzi Vert, Secrete The Boss, Trouble, God Kain, Fastlife Juke, Southside, John Wick, Jackboy, Playboi Carti, Pablo Cinco, CFN TrapGod, Ace Bunkin, Izzy, 301 Jah, Coogi Keith, T. Walk, Lotto Savage, SetItOff83, and others.  Check out all of DJ  B-Eazy release’s on the site as well as future drops to come.