>>> https://2shrink.com/I1pwy2Rd Kanye West debuted his new album, Ye. The project is 7 songs and features Kid Cudi, 070 Shake, Young Thug, Ty Dolla Sign, Charlie Wilson, Jeremih, and more. The album is also entirely produced by Kanye West, just like Pusha T’s Daytona.
>>> https://2shrink.com/EsQhxG Nicki Minaj releases her highly anticipated album Queen! It features Future, Swae Lee, The Weeknd, Labrinth, Eminem and more. The hit singles Chun-Li, Bed with Ariana Grande, and Rich Sex are also featured on this project.
>>> https://2shrink.com/Rs2dFB7 Being on top of multiple industries isn’t an easy job, and today the powerhouse couple delivers a full fledged collaborative tape. The project serves as a surprise. The album serves as a true testament to the celebrity relationship, keeping ties through music and showing the world just how well they work together. The
>>> https://2shrink.com/BDIaf8Ci Vado releases “Sinatra 3″ featuring Dave East, Nino Man, Fred The Godson & more. Vado has been dropping off a ton of new remixes over the past few months, including Drake’s “Nice For What,” Tory Lanez’s “Hate To Say,” & Dipset’s “Once Upon A Time” to name few, but he’s got more where
>>> https://2shrink.com/2CSJdv4 Mac Miller is prepared to make a plunge. Following quite a while of advancement, the Pittsburgh local chooses to come through today and discharge his very foreseen fifth studio collection Swimming. The follow up to 2016’s The Divine Feminine discovers Mac hopping on each of the 13 tracks without anyone else as he
>>> https://2shrink.com/EYM5 Legendary Dipset emcee Jim Jones delivers his latest body of work, Wasted Talent. The 18-track project holds collaborations with Jadakiss, Cam’ron, Juelz Santana, Trav, Lil Durk, Yo Gotti, and more.
>>> https://2shrink.com/t430Zayr A legend returns. The legendary Kool G Rap is back with his brand new album “Return Of The Don.” The album, which is produced in its entirety by Moss, features an extensive array of respected rappers, including Freeway, Noreaga, Cormega, Raekwon, Sheek Louch & more. The album began to take shape when