Mac Miller is just days away from the release of his first major label album GO:OD AM, so of course it was only right that he breaks off another cut to vibe to. Over airy production, “Clubhouse” finds the Pittsburgh rapper maxing, relaxing, and waxing poetics about women and greens. “Been through it all, every brick in the wall / Got a b** I’ma call when I’m trine fuck,” he boastfully raps. The new record is just one of the many numbers set to appear on the upcoming LP, which drops Sept. 18. Get lifted.
Black Hippy (Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q), “Vice City”
Vice City has never sounded this good.
Reconvening for their first released collaboration in years (since Kendrick’s “Swimming Pools” remix), the mighty Black Hippy collective align and serve a product that was well worth the wait. King Kendrick reigns for most of the cut (“Go against the king, y’all don’t wanna live”), while Rock and the rest of the TDE dawgs come off strong with a mean bite. “With these big guns, I’m hella dirty / Get caught with this shit, I ain’t coming home till like 2030,” rhymes Jay Rock, while Ab-Soul soars over heads with lines like, “I’m similar to Eli… Why? Cause I’m wearing black shades and I’m headed west with the word of God / I think I’m finally ready to talk about it.” 90059, the follow-up to Rock’s 2011’s Follow Me Home, is slated to arrive tonight (September 10).
Despite releasing The Album About Nothing earlier this year, Wale looks like he’s ready to drop another. Taking over to his Snapchat, Folarin released this smooth ode to his “spoiled ass” ol’ lady. No word on whether this is freebie or a soon to be announced official single for an upcoming project. Still, it’s a nice earworm for when cuffing season soon approaches.