The Prophesy – A Blueprint Of Future Reality – [Ethika]

The well known underwear company Ethika joins our pages today as they drop off a compilation project titled, “The Prophesy – A Blueprint Of Future Reality.” The 13 track project features songs from Ski Mask The Slump God, Young Boy, Yung Bans, Quando Rondo, Yung Pinch, and many more. Along with each song we received an underwear collaboration available on Ethika’s website. Be sure to check out the project below and to let us know what you think in the comments!

Creeping – [Lil Skies] Ft. [Rich The Kid]

Gearing up for the release of the second chapter in their RBG mixtape series, Ethika INC. has just dropped off a hype-setting track for the tape titled Creeping with Lil Skies & Rich The Kid. Laced with gleaming production from 18-year-old Chicago producer Menoh Beats, the dynamic duo of Skies & Rich absolutely bodied the instrumental with their infectious flow that seemed to coalesce flawlessly with each tradeoff. Both of these high-demand artists have already made quite the splash in 2018 with Skies dropping his Life of a Dark Rose project and Rich The Kid’s constant streak of billboard-worthy hits, so it was no surprise that the people over at Ethika wanted two of the youngest stars in the industry on their mixtape. Keep your eyes peeled for the RBG 2 sequel expected in the next few days, and while you’re at it, let loose Creeping by Lil Skies & Rich The Kid below!

King – [Meek Mill]

When Meek Mill drops a new song, you already know it’s going to be a banger. Today, Meek linked up with C-Sick to let loose their new record titled “King,” and it’s certainly a must-listen. The track was featured on Ethika’s latest mixtape “RBG” which also includes new music from Dave East, Casey Veggies, Ace Hood and much more. The title of the track speaks for itself, as Meek Mill delivered energy-laced verses on his dedication to music and, simply, being the king. I won’t spoil it for you though, make sure to check out “King” below and look out for more music from the Philly product as the year goes on.