Music for First MNF of 2016

Today marks the first day of the regular 2016 NFL season for Monday Night Football.  This is a double header as it has always been since ESPN took over in 2006.  The first game tonight will be the Pittsburgh Steelers taking on the Washington Redskins at FedExField at 7:10PM EST and the Los Angeles Rams will go up against the San Francisco 49ers at 10:20PM EST.  It looks the shoulder injury that the new Cleveland Browns quarterback, RGIII, suffered yesterday will put him on the injured reserve list.  Seems as though the Browns cannot catch a break.  We have some new reviews that you might wanna check out to bring along for those commercial breaks during the season.

First, on the list of drops comes from The Motivator and Follow The Future with volume 41 of the Georgia state collection labeled “Welcome To ATL”.  This 25 song down south playlist contains records by Gucci Mane, T.I., Andre 3000, Young Jeezy, French Montana, Kodak Black, K. Camp, 2 Chainz, Young Thug, Gorilla Zoe, Migos, Rich Homie Quan, Ralo, Future, Offset, Young Scooter, Young Dolph, YFN Lucci, and more from The Peach State.

DJ Keyz is back with another east coast release of the “Welcome To NYC” franchise.  Part 49 of the series plays you tracks by hip hop lyricists such as Chinx, Jim Jones, Papoose, Maino, Uncle Murda, The L.O.X., Snyp Life, Jadakiss, Troy Ave, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Young M.A., A$AP Rocky, Styles P, Freeway, Sheek Louch, and much more on this 22-track product.  If you wanna know about all the latest drops from this DJ be sure to follow him on twitter.

Next, DJ S.R. returns to the scene and gives the streets number 11 of the “Good Muziikk” digital download library.  Look for drops on this installment by Lil Durk, Arean, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Kid Ink, Nipsey Hu$$le, Ca$h Out, Dae Dae, Lil Uzi Vert, Jerreau, Asian Smoke, Wale, Eric Bellinger, G. Herbo, Chevy Woods, Skippa Da Flippa, and others on this 30 record track listing.  Use the suggested feature to easily browse all of this DJ’s releases.  If you are on mobile, just swipe left or right to check out all of his products.

Trap N Trunks and DJ Scream release to the streets number 108 of the “Strictly 4 Traps N Trunks” dirty south music sessions hosted by Moneybagg Yo.  These drops contain popular southern emcees along with up and coming artists.  MP3s on this edition by the host, Ray Vicks, Kevin Gates, Block 125, Criminal Manne, PaperRoute, Jay Fizzle, Boosie Badazz, Lil Phat, Yung Blaze, Zed Zilla, Jose Guapo, Joe Black, DC Gutta, Flizy, Swipey, Starlito, Lil Murda, and more.  Do not sleep on this franchise as the presentation is always nice, so the content will always match that.

Tapemasters Inc and DJ Envy are back with more from the “Down & Dirty R&B” franchise.  Singer-songwriters making the cut for this installment such as Usher, Ayo Jay, Bryson Tiller, Tory Lanez, Alicia Keys, Kehlani, Lloyd, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Frank Ocean, Mark Morrison, Candice Boyd, Raja, Meghan Trainor, Rihanna, Marsh Ambrosious, Tish Hyman, and more popular industry recording acts.

Well, at least football season has finally started.  It seems like temperatures in some parts of the United States will finally start to cool off now that September is here.  That brings this edition of blog post reviews from the best site on the planet to a close.  If you are on the go, remember to pull up our site on your mobile browser, so you will always have access to the latest tunes.



Free MP3 Downloads 2nd Week September 2K16

This is the first full day of the NFL football season.  Thursday night was the kickoff to the 2016 schedule as it was a rematch between last year’s two Super Bowl teams.  Denver barely came away with another win over the Carolina Panthers.  Cam Newton has officially retired doing the dab after a touchdown.  We have five new titles for you to check out in this blog review from the #1 choice in free mp3 download sites.

First, comes a review by one of the newer DJs on the site Seanblaze.  He releases volume 3 of the “One Night Stand” collection.  On this r&b drop, we have new songs by Future, PARTYNEXTDOOR,  YG, Tory Lanez, Scottie, Asia Major, Starrah, Kehlani, LyQuin, Tyga, Chris Brown, Phatz TwinStakz, Cassanova, Mario, Tink, Vedo, Sydney Ranae, XO, Tyree, Peeno, and other recording musicians.

Next, is another installment in the “Virtual Plugs” series from DJ Yung Rel and TezHoodrich.  The cover of this edition features characters from Marvel’s popular super hero movies with the face’s of well-known hip hop emcees.  Check out records on this 28 song playlist from Plug, Migos, Kid Ink, Dae Dae, Blac Youngsta, Dej Loaf, Young Thug, Lil Yachty, WestEndMigo, Lil Uzi Vert, Ca$h Out, Fabolous, Gyop Crew, 21 Savage, CRRontay, and many more industry acts.

DJ Spinatik is back on the scene with the 99th volume in the long running franchise called “Street Runnaz”.  Emcees making the cut for this installment such as TM88, Quavo, Big Bank Black, Speed, Yung Ralph, D.R.A.M., 2 Turnt, DJ Infamous, Travi$ Scott, Jeezy, John Zoe, Ludacris, T.I., Trouble, Loso Loaded, Gucci Mane, Skippa Da Flippa, and other down south lyricists.  The next release by this DJ will be the 100th anniversary drop.

Follow The Future and The Motivator bring the streets #59 of the collection titled “Power”.  Look for records on this product by Ace Hood, Fabolous, Rick Ross, Andre 3000, 2 Chainz, French Montana, Jadakiss, Styles P, Troy Ave, French Montana, A$AP Rocky, RySoValid, Lil Wayne, Fat Joe, Beanie Sigel, Torae, Freeway, Nas, Kendrick Lamar, Big $ean, and a whole lot more on this playlist of 23 new songs.  Use the suggested feature to browse all of their titles.

Finally, DJ Envy and Tapemasters Inc are back at it with part 91 of the southern collection called “Purple Codeine”.  Industry recording artists appearing on this product such as Young Dolph, 2 Chainz, Pusha T, Desiigner, YFN Lucci, Kodak Black, DJ E-Feezy, 8-Ball, Rae Sremmurd, Rocko, Jazze Pha, Gangsta Boo, La Chat, Project Pat, Gorilla Zoe, Juicy J, Offset, Rich The Kid, and much more from the dirty south of the United States.  They also dropped off more installments for the “Hitlist” and “Down & Dirty R&B” franchises.

That’s all we have for this review as it’s time to get back to football.  Stop back daily as we are always adding new products to the site.  If you’re looking for drops from your favorite artists, stop through the official section of the site for the hottest in free mp3 downloads.


Free Music Downloads Mid-August

School is set to begin next week for most, but classes have already begun for some.  The warm weather is still around, so at least that’s one positive note.  It’s also the beginning of football in the U.S.A. with preseason already underway.  Will your favorite team make it into the playoffs this year and perhaps get into the super bowl?  In any case, we have some mixtapes lined-up for you to check out in this blog post review.

Fans of the west coast bop will be more than happy with DJ Goonie’s release of the 35th volume in “The Western Conference” collection.  The cover artwork on this drop looks to be a tribute to the Rams as they relocated from St. Louis back to Los Angeles.  Many followers of the team in Missouri were disappointed, but it’s always all about the money.  This edition of the franchise contains free mp3 downloads by Ty Dolla $ign, O.T. Genasis, Mozzy, Bricc Baby, Roccstar, Nipsey Hu$$le, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, YG, Kid Ink, Freddie Gibbs, DJ Mu$tard, Yacc, Kid Cash, and so much more on this 26 song playlist.  If you are looking for other products by Self Made Radio, be sure to use the “Suggested Mixtapes” feature located below the audio player on every info page.

Trap Famous brings you another release in one of the hottest collections to hit the block titled “Street Certified”.  Part 3.4 in the series contains music by emcees such as Troy Ave, Famous Dex, Twista, Ghostface Killah, Cassidy, Dave East, Nas, Master P, Nino Man, Gucci Mane, Roc Marciano, The Alchemist, Skooly, Fetty Wap, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Strap, Curren$y, Big Kuntry King, Lil Yachty, and a gang of other hip hop lyricists on this drop playing you 61 new songs.  Be on the lookout for this street team’s drops as their hip hop mixtapes are one of the best franchises currently out.

Follow The Future and The Motivator had several new drops over these past two weeks.  One of their products contained tracks by longtime popular east coast emcees Fabolous and Jadakiss.  These two have been in the game since the 1990’s and are still giving the streets fire lyrics.  The 23rd installment of the “Trap Stars” collection showcases their newest tracks with special guest appearances by Remy Ma, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Fabolous, Jay-Z, Meek Mill, Fat Joe, French Montana, ScHoolboy Q, A$AP Ferg, Young Dolph, Tish Hyman, Ameriie, Busta Rhymes, Styles P, and many other popular industry recording artists.

DJ Mellz and DJ Cortez are back as they drop another installment of the “Purple Codeine” mixtapes.  Number 6 of the collection brings you records by Lil Uzi Vert, Ralo, Young Thug, Offset, Johnny Cinco, Lil Yachty, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, 21 Savage, Soulja Boy, Post Malone, Joe Black, Big $ean, Lil Durk, King Reefa, Rae Sremmurd, Scoota Pachino, Yung Gunna, King Reefa, Go Yayo, and more.  This is generally a down south series, but as with any track you will find other artists from the many different coasts of rap music.

Last and definitely not least is a release for the r&b jams audience.  DJ Keyz brings you #29 of the “CKR R&B Collabos” music library.  These mixtapes are a mix of industry vocals laced with hip hop funk.  Artists making the cut for this product include Nicki Minaj, Jeremih, Joe Budden, Fabolous, Usher, Drake, Rihanna, Lil Wayne, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Teyana Taylor, The Game, Wale, Trey Songz, Imagine Dragons, and more of today’s popular acts.

This review had a little of something for everybody from the west coast, east coast, down south, and r&b genres.  There is something to be found for all musical tastes on the site and don’t think we forgot about the reggae heads, you’ll come across that also.  Even with these other major online streaming services, our selection of tunes is still 10x better than any other site.