Hit-Boy links up with fellow California artist, Nipsey Hussle, for a brand new bangin’ single titled “Alert.” It comes equipped with some L.A. Leakers tags and appears to have been premiered on The Yesi Ortiz Show on Power 106. Take a listen to the new West Coast inspired single which finds both rappers having some fun and reminding listeners of the left coast’s legacy in Hip Hop.
Dorrough is back with a bangin’ new single featuring Wiz Khalifa titled “La La La.” The party jam sports a catchy weed inspired chorus as Dorrough turns up the energy with his boastful rhymes and weed infused bars. Khalifa also has some fun on the bouncy instrumental as he laces the track with his signature melodic vocals and an impressive verse about smoking only the finest greenery.
The L.A. Leakers and producer Cardo deliver a new track from the boss dogg called “Passenger Seat” off their upcoming Mental $tates project. Snoop Dogg takes a ride over some bouncy laid back production courtesy of Cardo and kicks the real about the luxuries of riding shotgun with the west coast OG. Take a listen below the first leak off Mental $tates which is expected to drop August and be sure to pick up that download while its available.
In part 2 of Kid Cudi’s sit down interview with the L.A. Leakers DJ sourMILK and Justin Credible, Cudi talks on why he was only featured on one record in Cruel Summer, and his reason for leaving G.O.O.D Music.
Unlike anything done in hip-hop before, we combined the talents of super producer Jahlil Beats with rapper Problem to complete what can only be called “the fastest record to radio.” Assembling at Victory Lane Studios in Los Angeles, watch the process as two songs go from the early stages of completion to a finished product – which is then delivered to the LA Leakers at Power 106 and played for the world to hear.
Fabolous sits down with the LA Leakers and gives his take on MTV’s ever so controversial Hottest MC’s List. What’s funny is there is a lot of discussion surrounding this list every year and at least for me it gets less and less credible to me. It really feels like a popularity contest and to be honest some of the justifications behind some iffy picks just leaves you in awe and just thinking like REALLY?
We had a chance to sit with Rocky and he told us why he doesn’t agree with MTV putting him at number 8 on their latest hottest mc’s list.
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