IAMSU! preps his Eyes On Me mixtape project for Feb. 24th. HBK finally teams with Mustard on the beat.
Mustard chimes in with a pair of new cuts with forward thinking electronic artists DJ Snake, Cashmere Cat and ZHU.
Mustard takes Rihanna and company’s “FourFiveSeconds” to the club.
Hit record. More new music from Kid Ink’s upcoming 2015 LP. Remix with B-Real is probably essential.
Co-Produced by DJ Freedo (Twice As Nice Productions), Ricky Mears & DJ Iknoso.
Okay okay. The Best & Worst lists are coming, slowly but surely. We’ll try to deliver one of these per weekday over the next few weeks. In between juggling my duties for Medium.Com/Cuepoint, regular HipHopSite.Com updates, and DJing, it’s been hard to find the time to do these. So let’s begin with 2014′s best major [cont.]
Over at Cuepoint, writer Dan Hyman speaks with DJ Mustard, who pulls the curtain back on the creative process behind hits such as Jeremih “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” Fergie’s “La La,” and many others. DJ Mustard’s Secret Ingredients For Producing A Hit
YG’s a little pissed he got snubbed by The Grammys.
We’re now a few months removed from DJ Mustard’s debut album, 10 Summers, which he initially gave to fans for free via Google Play. One of the definite stand-out records was the big collaboration with Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG and Lil Boosie for “Face Down.” Mustard has already dropped music video for his Ty [cont.]
Fergie’s on the comeback trail with the support of DJ Mustard and YG. The beat tho.
From Baby Yu Presents Snow The Rebirth, a compilation of Jeezy remixes produced by Baby Yu & friends. Tracklist for the set is as follows: 1. Intro feat. DJ Drama 2. Jeezy – Bottom Of The Map (Produced By: Baby Yu) 3. Jeezy – Get Ya Mind Right (Produced By: Baby Yu & Nebo) 4. [cont.]
Diggy: “First release off of my upcoming EP Out Of This World. ‘Ain’t Bout’ To Do’ feat. French Montana. Put this in your whip, on your sound system, in your headphones, turn it up LOUUDDDD!! Enjoy :) JetSettersUP”
On this episode of GGN, DJ Mustard speaks with Snoop about his new album 10 Summers, their just announced collaborative mixtape Hot Dogg Wit Mustard and more.
From Life + Times: “JAY Z’s Life+Times and vitaminwater® present the next episode of the new documentary series “Where I’m From.” This episode follows Los Angeles DJ and producer, DJ Mustard, detailing the success of Rack City and having to hustle by staying up all night to develop his production to continue releasing more hits. [cont.]
Visual piece from DJ Mustard’s 10 Summers LP for “Ghetto Tales,” which takes a cue from Eazy-E’s “Boyz-N-The-Hood.”
Fergie back. Who can name that bassline?
Jamie Foxx makes his return to the game, following a long musical dry spell that began after 2010′s Best Night Of My Life.
One could surmise that the stateside explosion of EDM is in part thanks to the slowing down of hip-hop tracks over the last decade. The raucous element of stadium/Tunnel bangers like DMX’s “Party Up,” T.I.’s “Bring Em Out,” or Lil Jon’s “Get Low” was traded for scaled back, double-time, southern bounce anthems, which lacked the [cont.]
The O.G. Bobby Johnson returns with this 2 Chainz, Mustard blessed single.
French preps his second album by linking with DJ Mustard for “Don’t Panic”.
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- Action Bronson “Mr. Wonderful” Cover Art and Tracklist
- Juicy J “Blue Dream & Lean 2″ Mixtape Cover Art & Release Date Revealed
- MF Grimm “MF Love Songs” Cover Art + Tracklist
- Lord Hakim – “Brass Knucklez” (feat. Vast Aire & Phizz Ed)
- IAMSU! – “Hella Good” (feat. Tyga)
- DJ Kay Slay – “I Declare War” (feat. Styles P, Sheek Louch, Vado, Raekwon, & Rell)
- Maverick Sabre – “We Don’t Wanna Be” (feat. Joey Bada$$)
- Cannibal Ox – “Blade: Art of Ox” (feat. Artifacts & U-God; prod. Black Milk)
- Asher Roth – “Blow Your Head” (prod. Nottz)