Weekend Catch-Up
June 6
under: Felipe, News, Songs, mixtape
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I’m not a fan of these kind of multi-posts since it means not being able to give as  much attention to each song/piece of news, but this will save my ass time-wise so here you go.

 First order of business is some good news by way of Toronto singer/rapper/songwriter/producer, k-os. After several albums, he will be dropping his first mixtape, The Anchorman Mixtape, July 23rd. Word is the tape will be for the most part strictly spitting, and there will be a Drake collabo on it. Let’s hope this tape won’t go the way of Jay Electronica’s Act II or Ski Beatz’s 24 Hour Karate School. Spotted @ CityOnMyBack.

New music from Big Boi, Diggy, Cee-Lo and Wale after the jump.

Big Boi - General Patton

This beat just goes. If “Shutterbugg” was the feel-good single, then this is the obligatory blackout. I can’t wait for this album. Download here (it’s a clean version, though).

Cee-Lo – Stray Bullets (Mixtape)

In preparation for his upcoming solo album, Lady Killer. “Whose Gonna Save My Soul” is still my shit. Download here.

Tracklist:

01. Goldschläger (Produced by The Grey Area)
02. You Don’t Shock Me Anymore (Produced by The Grey Area)
03. Cho Cha the Cat (with the B-52’s) (Produced by The Teddy Bears)
04. I Like It (Produced by The Grey Area)
05. Little Black Book (Produced by The Grey Area)
06. Talking To Strangers (Produced by The Grey Area)
07. ChamPain (Produced by Doc & The Grey Area)
08. Night Train (with the Goodie Mob) (Produced by The Grey Area & Anthony Kronfle)
09. The Secret (Produced by The Grey Area)
10. Sophistic@ted B!$ch (Produced by The Grey Area)
11. I’ll Kill Her (feat. ME & LOnan the Destroyer) (Produced by ?????)
12. Is It _ (Produced by The Grey Area)
13. Super Woman Theme Song (Produced by The Grey Area)
14. Night Cap Outro (One Last Shot of Goldschläger) (Produced by The Grey Area)

Diggy – Great Expectations (feat. Bei Major)

First single off his upcoming mixtape, Airborne. Download here.

Wale – Un-Thinkable (Freeverse)

Wale goes in on Alicia Keys and Drake’s single. I still think that a song like this shouldn’t be touched in terms of freestyles, but what can you do. Download here.

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