This weekend has been a little bit of a warm-up for the mid-west and north-east part of the United States. It seems like Boston has been lucky this year as to not have a winter like last season where they were dumped on every other day with 2-3 feet of snow. In any case, we are always adding new products, so you can be sure this is the best internet website to download free mixtapes.
The first review of the day comes from DJ Flipcyide with his 7th release in the series labeled “The Ambush” which plays you tracks by Wu-Tang Family. Since this DJ is affiliated with Wu-Tang, these releases will not disappoint the hardcore Wu fans. This playlist consists of new songs by Static of GSD, La The Darkman, Inspectah Deck, Kool G Rap, Blue Raspberry, Ruste Juxx, Solomon Childs, Mr Coronas, Linguistix, Sadat X, Killah Priest, Redvenom, Trae Tha Truth, Dr Wahnsinn, WuLords, and other gutter emcees from the fam. Check out the interview below with ODB’s son, Young Dirty Bastard:
Next, on the list is a drop from DJ Triple Exe who hails from across the pond in the United Kingdom. He’s back with volume 54 in the music download franchise titled “Street Kings” sub-titled “Exetacular”. This 30 song drop consists of artists such as Breeze Barker, Tdot Illdude, Monty, Dreezy, Amir Obe, Nas, Future, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, A$AP Rocky, Puff Daddy, 2 Chainz, Nav, Ty Dolla $ign, Joe Moses, Lady Leshurr, Juicy J, Young Crazy, and many others in this explicit collection of emcees.
Lately, the streets have been chattering about the wave king himself, Max B, after Kanye West stated he would name his next retail album release “Waves”. That title didn’t stick and the Chicago artist renamed it to “The Life Of Pablo”. This album cannot be bought, but only streamed on Jay-Z’s music service, Tidal. It’s funny how everyone thinks that streaming music is a gold mine, but do they realize that there are programs on the computer that can record whatever is currently being played? They might be too old not to realize that, but since computers have become mainstream, 4th graders are probably taught to do this as some sort of classroom assignment. Spotify is currently dealing with a $150 million lawsuit for streaming music by artists they did not receive authorization by. This topic could go on and on, but you should already know that we have been and will always be the originator in free mp3 download sites. Back to the official release by the Coke Boys boss, French Montana, titled “Wave Gods”. This project plays you 14 records from the Toronto emcee with guest appearances by Kanye West, Nas, Big $ean, Quavo, Travi$ Scott, Chinx, Kodak Black, Belly, Jadakiss, Future, and A$AP Rocky. Look for Max B to host this release over the phone from prison.
That’s all we have for this edition of music reviews on this tranquil Sunday. Be sure to check out the website on your mobile browser as it is now fully mobile responsive. Please do us a favor and spread the word about the hottest spot on the planet for free music downloads!