Duck Sauce almost came back with the Grammy, next year they’re bringing home three for the family. Meanwhile, check out their red carpet interviews (and Armand’s jacket).
Note to our international friends: the uploaders of these clips (CBS and the Grammy organization, respectively) may have disabled viewing outside the US. Nothing we can do there. Just trust us that AVH’s fit is STUNTASTIC. Read More
Our NOLA homie Chase N Cashe just dropped a brand new mixtape, The Heir Up There, hosted by DJ Drama. Like everything else the Surf Club drops, it is strictly the highest grade wave. Download now from Dat Piff.
Check out this remix of Solidisco’s “Hooked” by none other than our friend Codes. The single is out now on another friend’s label, DJ Benzi’s new imprint Get Right. Go house it up, and find more from Codes on the Slow Roast website.
Donnis’ Snack Pack series continues to hit you with that BASS! Check out his latest, including a track with IAMSU and Jay Ant, the “Hoes” joint he teased in the last Snack Pack, and another quick video (above) for a Juicy J collab. Joints galore…. download here and stream after the jump. Read More
As promised, here’s Jackie Chain’s new mixtape After Hours, put together by FG’s own Nick Catchdubs. Download now and play this at high volume, preferably in a residential area. Tracklist after the jump. Read More
Now make that muthafugga hammer time! Grab this mash from Flosstradamus’ DJ sets (featuring the Kid Sister vocal from their collab “Luuk Out Gurl” over Big Sean’s “Ass”) over on the Floss Soundcloud. And get the original version on their Jubilation EP, out now on Fool’s Gold.
Sammy keeps it in the clurb with another party bootleg, following up his Young Jeezy rework by taking the Yeezy vocoder off J Cole’s “Work Out” and adding extra Bananas (and a former American Idol judge). Get groovy on SB’s Soundcloud.
In one of the cooler marketing combinations we’ve noticed lately, the folks behind the hotly anticipated Darkness II video game enlisted none other than Kingdom to curate a mixtape of moody, genuinely experimental club music from the likes of Terror Danjah, Fatimah Al Qadri, Nguzunguzu and of course himself. Download it here, and check all Kingdom’s FG releases here.