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No Names – [Yung Bans] & [Danny Wolf] Ft. KILLY

Along with announcing their forthcoming YUNGWOLF project, the powerhouse duo of Yung Bans and Danny Wolf are here with the first single from the tape today in No Names featuring KILLY. Produced by the likes of Wolf, Othxello & LMC, the vicious instrumental was the perfect foundation for Bans & KILLY who collided with their boundless energy on never switching up and steering clear of the no names. Chances are you heard the last Danny Wolf/ Bans collab in his tribute to XXXTentacion and with only a snippet circulating of another Bans/ Killy track produced by DJ Carnage, it’s safe to say we’re more than sold on their chemistry. Waste no time letting loose No Names below and check back from more details on the YUNGWOLF project very soon! Produced by: Danny Wolf, Othxello, LMC 

Watch Lil Pumps brand new interview with Nardwuar

Nardwuar is a legend in the game but that goes without saying, and the latest great talent to bless his platform with a dope interview was Lil Pump! You will find the two of them discussing a few subjects such as getting kicked out of school at the age of nine with Smokepurpp, shutting down the entire school, the pissing at a pump on the No Jumper Tour, Aerosmith, the most cash he has seen in person, his relationship with Dj Carnage and more. Check out this brand new interview below and be sure to subscribe to Nardwuar on YouTube for more cool interviews!

Battered, Bruised & Bloody – [DJ Carnage]

DJ Carnage has set out to introduce some of rap’s most promising young stars to the massive EDM community, and his sophomore project Battered, Bruised & Bloody is the ultimate example of that. Overflowing with 13 tracks, the colossal feature list is unlike any typical rap project that includes Migos, Nessly, Yung Pinch, KYLE, Madeintyo, Mac Miller & Lil Pump amongst several others who appears on the standout single iShyne that released back in January. Mixing his hard-hitting production with an array of dynamic lyricism from a number of artists, the LP following his collab effort with Thugger in Young Martha comes as some of the hottest Carnage music I’ve come across in recent memory. Don’t believe me? Then I’ll let the music do the talking. Stream Battered, Bruised & Bloody immediately while leaving us a comment with your favorite song below!

Watch Carnage on Rhythm Roulette

Carnage has brought us some of the biggest hit songs of the past few years such as “Bricks“, “Mase in 97′“, and “WDYW“, and today, he’s back with his own, well-deserved episode of Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette. This series has become one of the unique platforms for producers to get on nowadays, truly testing their sampling skills and giving fans an incredible look into the work that goes behind each record at the same time. In Carnage’s case, he grabs three random, soulful records and turns them into a hard-hitting beat with anthemic capabilities, just as we would expect. Watching a hitmaker of such prominent status within rap is always a treat in and of itself, and this episode of Rhyhtm Roulette is no different. Click play on the video below and let us know what you think of Carnage’s final product in the comments!

LL Presents: The EvieTheCool Q&A

If you know anything about the Chicago music scene, then chances are that you are familiar with EvieTheCool. She has been doing plenty of dope stuff around the city for a minute, most notably rocking crowds all over the globe as a DJ. She has worked with tons of interesting people and is undoubtedly one of best at what she does, but instead of me telling you all about her accomplishments, I’ll let you hear it from her for yourself. Learn a thing or two about her below and afterwards be sure to follow her on Twitter here!   photo credit – gripz     — EM: Before we dive into the questions, give our readers who may not be familiar with you a brief introduction of yourself. EV: who is eviethecool: i am many things, i guess a creative is the best way to sum it all up. ive always had a love for music, in 2010 i began blogging and interviewing artists in chicago. over the years i built some really great relationships and continued growing as a creative individual. many years later i can say i am an event curator, the founder of a womens empowerment organization, an aspiring …

Depends – [MadeinTYO]

Still buzzing off of the hype behind the powerhouse single, “Learn How To Watch”, alongside Carnage and Mac Miller, MadeinTYO is here today to stay in the headlines with yet another new video for his hit song, “Depends”. This track comes straight off of the Private Club star’s True’s World EP, catching the assist from LouieKnows for some flex-filled visuals to complement the aesthetic of the song perfectly. From the flame imagery to the wild effects used in the WorldStar-premiered video, MadeinTYO was sure to go big with this one, and rightfully so. “Depends” has been a fan-favorite for some time now, so to see it so well-represented visually will definitely catch the eyes and ears of the fans. With that being said, be sure to watch MadeinTYO’s latest visual release below and let us know what you think in the comments.  

Staff Picks: Top Songs Of The Month (January 2018)

There was an insane amount of new music in January, so what better way to ring-in 2018 then a Staff Picks list? Find out who cracked the list below and check back next month for the Top Songs of February! ALSO, big shoutout to the writing team for all of the help. Appreciate you guys! _ Lil Skies – Big Money One of the obvious highlights from last month was Lil Skies much-anticipated release of his Life Of A Dark Rose project. From the energy in the intro-track Welcome To The Rodeo to our undisputed staff-pick in Big Money, there was really no better way for Skies to kick off 2018. You’d best not let this one slip under the radar. _ YBN Nahmir – Bounce Out With That YBN Nahmir made quite the impression in January with a fiery release in Bounce Out With That, which was also accompanied by a stunning visual courtesy of Cole Bennett. The bouncy production from Hoodzone was right at home for YBN’s unforgettable bars that first grabbed everyone’s attention in his breakthrough track Rubbin In The Paint from last year. Do yourself a favor and check out this amazing song & visual below. _ 6Dogs – Buttcheeks …

iShyne – [Lil Pump] Ft. [Carnage]

When we talk about artist’s blowing up in a calendar year, there’s simply no competition for who took-over 2017. Yes, I’m talking about one of the youngest to ever do it in South Florida’s Lil Pump and to ring in yet another year of gigantic success, he recently hooked up with DJ Carnage to give us his latest hit titled iShyne. Immediately after taking a glance at the cover art, it’s evident that the 17-year-old is still confident in his efforts to grab the attention of TV-actress Miranda Cosgrove who played the lead character in the childhood series iCarly. I wasn’t sure what to expect when the Pump/ Carnage collab was first announced, but after blasting the insane instrumental which coalesced flawlessly with Pump’s cutthroat lyricism, I was quickly sold on the fact that the Harvard graduate can hop-on literally any beat. That being said, leave us your thoughts below after letting loose iShyne now streaming below!

Learn How To Watch – [Carnage] x [Mac Miller] x [MadeinTYO]

After teasing it a few times on social media over the past month or so, this morning we were finally blessed with the final product for the “Learn How To Watch” visual by Carnage, Mac Miller and MadeinTYO. A record this massive and with this much potential needed to be placed in the right directors hands, and they got just that as they teamed up with Lyrical Lemonade’s own Cole Bennett. This is one of those songs that you hear once and then have stuck in your head for the rest of the day, but this impressive visual only makes the urge that much stronger! I really liked this music video and I believe that you will to, check it out for yourself below!

Young Martha EP – [Young Thug] & [DJ Carnage]

As promised tonight, Young Thug & DJ Carnage have come through with their collaborative project “Young Martha” after months, and months of anticipation. While only sitting at 4 tracks in length, the new EP is laced with the pre-release joints “Homie” and “Liger” while also including a couple of new songs in “10’000 Slimes” and “Don’t Call Me” featuring British-born singer Shakka. I can only assume that fans were hoping for more of a full-length project, but luckily, Carnage announced on his Twitter immediately after dropping the tape that Part 2 is already on its way. Nonetheless, we can’t complain about new music with Thugger, and DJ Carnage was most definitely a plus. Be sure to let the “Young Martha” EP kick off your weekend and let us know which record was your favorite in the comments.