An immensely personal track featuring ghostly backing vocals from London singer Laurel, “Down The Line” is an immensely personal track that finds Hamilton taking his troubles—his bipolar disorder, 2009 XXL Freshman cover, Sonic the Hedgehog obsession, social media, etc—head-on. “This song addresses many of the pitfalls I’ve faced and still face,” he explained in an email to The FADER. “Though melancholy, it’s still triumphant.”
New tracks from J.Cole, Vonnegutt, Nottz & Asher, Rockie Fresh, Mikkey, Wiz & Curren$y, DonTay Taylor, The Rock Mob & elvis FrEsHley & Trump Gees. Enjoy. […]
After talking to Flex on Hot 97 Lupe drops a freestyle over Artifacts “Wrong Side Of The Tracks”.
As promised, here are the 3 brand new videos for Lamborghini Angels, ITAL (Roses), and Audubon Ballroom. Directed by Alex Nazari, make sure to watch it all the way through for a surprise cameo at […]