Above is the brand new short film by KiD CuDi called Maniac to bring your October 31st to a close. This 10 min film that follows two serial killers documenting their murders is pretty intense so watch at your own discretion. Staring Scott Mescudi & Chris Palko and directed by Shia LaBeouf… Happy Halloween!
All tricks aside, the newest internet sensation decided to treat the world on this Halloween (pun intended) with his second official mixtape. After the incredibly positive response to A$AP’s internet hits, “Purple Swag” & “Peso,” Mr. Rocky continues on the same theme, showcasing his lyrical swag rap with a New York twist. With a co-sign from Drake and rumors of a $3 million record deal, A$AP seems destined for big things.
Ka’Boo & J.O. team up again and release their newest single from their upcoming tape. Sampling The Beatles “I’m Happy Just To Dance With You”, “Up” brings an upbeat feel and then Ka’Boo and J.O. kill their verses. They trade off each bar and compliment each other verse after verse. Check this one out, stay tuned for future releases, and enjoy!
One of my personal favorite aritsts, BYP, teams up with long time homie Brenton Duvall to create another classic track. Not only is the production insane on this track, but BYP hits us with solid verse after solid verse. To fill the in-betweens, he recruits Leia Sadiku who was a phenomenal voice to sing the hooks. All-in-all this track is amazing. These three individuals put together their talents and create something special. Check it out and enjoy!
On November 7th Gravy and the Biscuits will be releasing their new EP “Soul Food” here on GMAD. I have been smelling what these guys are cooking and I will admit that “Soul Food” sounds quite tasty. Soon after releasing BUTTER, GATB got right back in the studio and worked non-stop for twenty days in order to feed your appetite for good music.
Soul Food Track list:
1. Supper Time
2. That Sunset
4. Soul and Mind
6. The Lonely Biscuit
7. Deep Dish
Here’s ‘Butter’, if you missed it before. Hop on the Gravy train.
Update: Here is the final and complete tracklist for Drake’s sophomore album Take Care. The previous incomplete tracklists neglected to show the production credits, features from Kendrick Lamar, Stevie Wonder, and Birdman, and the untitled track which now appears as “The Motto” featuring Lil Wayne. November 15th is just around the corner.
01. Over My Dead Body (Produced by Noah “40” Shebib)
02. Shot For Me (Produced by Noah “40” Shebib)
03. Headlines (Produced by Boi-1da)
04. Crew Love feat. The Weeknd (Produced by Illangelo & Doc McKinney)
05. Take Care feat. Rihanna (Produced by Jamie XX)
06. Marvins Room / Buried Alive (Interlude) feat. Kendrick Lamar (Produced by Noah “40” Shebib)
07. Underground Kings (Produced by T-Minus)
08. We’ll Be Fine feat. Birdman (Produced by T-Minus)
09. Make Me Proud feat. Nicki Minaj (Produced by T-Minus)
10. Lord Knows feat. Rick Ross (Produced by Just Blaze)
11. Cameras / Good Ones Go (Interlude) (Produced by Noah “40” Shebib)
12. Doing It Wrong feat. Stevie Wonder (Produced by Noah “40” Shebib)
13. The Real Her feat. Andre 3000 & Lil Wayne (Produced by Noah “40” Shebib)
14. HYFR feat. Lil Wayne (Produced by T-Minus)
15. Look What You’ve Done (Produced by Chase N. Cashe)
16. Practice (Produced by Noah “40” Shebib)
17. The Ride (Produced by Noah “40” Shebib)
18. Hate Sleeping Alone (Produced by Noah “40” Shebib)
19. The Motto feat. Lil Wayne (Produced by T-Minus)