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What’s Coming Out Next, El? – Upcoming Rap/Hip-Hop Releases (February Edition)

The month of love and overpriced chocolates is going to be overshadowed by a lot of good rap/hip-hop. February is highlighted with new joints by Joe Budden, Curren$y and (hopefully) Big Sean. Lesser known but equally dope mixtape/album drops are coming courtesy of Jae Millz, Brotha Lynch Hung, Killah Priest and LL Cool J. Open your ears and your bank accounts ‘cause you’re going to be spending a lot of dead presidents this month.

Jot down these tentative release dates onto your iPad or something. This month is gonna be a doozy, y’all.

Note – These album/mixtape release dates are always subject to change.

 

02/03 – Curren$y, New Jet City (Mixtape)

CHECK OUT: “These B*****s” feat. French Montana
Curren$y is set to release a collaborative project with Wiz Khalifa this year entitled Live In Concert.



 

02/04 – Jae Millz, Dead Presidents (Mixtape)

 

02/05 – Brotha Lynch Hung, Mannibalector (Album)

            Ed O.G., Intelligence & Ignorance (Album)

            D Mac, Drug Heavy (Mixtape)

            Joe Budden, No Love Lost (Album)

CHECK OUT: “She Don’t Put It Down” feat. Lil’ Wayne and Tank
This album just happens to arrive on the heels of Joe Budden’s new reality show gig on VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop 3.



           

            Waka Flocka Flame, DuFlockarant 2 (Mixtape)

CHECK OUT: “Real Recognize Real Below”
Waka Flocka Flame’s next studio album is entitled Flockaveli 2.



 

02/12 – Louie V Mob, New World Order (Mixtape)

            Chamillionare, Elevate EP (Mixtape)

            Ras Kass, Barmageddon (Album)

            Azealia Banks, Broke With Expensive Taste (Album)

            Jizzalman, Read Da Story C Da Movie (Mixtape)

            Realm Reality, In The Grind (Mixtape)

            LL Cool J, Authentic Hip Hop (Album)

CHECK OUT: “Take It” feat. Joe
This album stands as LL Cool J’s latest solo effort since 2008’s Exit 1.3.



           

            J. Period, Rage Is Back (Mixtape)

CHECK OUT: “The Next Chapter (I Still Love H.E.R.)” feat. Common
This song is the official sequel to Common’s 1994 hit, “I Used to Love H.E.R.”



 

02/14 – L.A.D. aka LA The Darkman, Diary of a Playboy (Mixtape)

 

02/19 – Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric, CZARFACE (Album)

 

02/25 – Killah Priest, The Psychic World of Walter Reed (Album)

 

02/26 – Ill Bill, The Grimy Awards (Album)

            Kutt Calhoun, Black Gold (Album)

            Trinity, 20 In (Album)

            Gensu Dean & Planet Asia, Abrasions (Album)

           

TBA February – Hoodie Allen, Crew Cuts (Mixtape)

                          Big Sean, Hall of Fame: Memoirs of a Detroit Playa (Album)

CHECK OUT: “Guap”
This album has 6 confirmed tracks thus far, including “Jesus Piece,” featuring Nas and production by No I.D.


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Elton Jones (no relation to the guy who sings "Bennie and The Jets") is a huge fan of rap, hip-hop and R&B. His favorite artists range from golden era rap crews such as A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul, to today's current rap stars like Big Sean and Kendrick Lamar. Elton appreciates every facet of the urban music genre and follows the major developments that are made within the industry. Elton obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Saint Augustine's College in 2010. With his degree in hand, he now looks to make a lasting impact in the world of music journalism. He also hopes to attend a SXSW and Rock The Bells concert someday.

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