Curren$y: Fly Out (feat. Mikey Rocks & Tabi Bonney)

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Featuring Mikey Rocks and Tabi Bonney, this dope track is off Spitta’s Muscle Car Chronicles, which is dropping on March 15th (BluRoc/Def Jam). The ill production comes from Sean O’Connell, a folk artist signed to BluRoc Records, who provided the beats for this upcoming full-length collaboration. Curren$y’s debut on Warner, Covert Coup, is set for an apt April 20th release. The EP will be produced by The AlchemistJETS, fool.

MP3: Curren$y: Fly Out (Part Tres) (feat. Mikey Rocks & Tabi Bonney)

I don’t like my outfit, I’ma need ten more minutes
From the magazines to the blogs, I’m the realest
Enter your bitch’s name into a search engine
And all signs point to her chilling with Spitta

Travis Barker & The Cool Kids: Jump Down

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“Jump Down” is the first single off of Travis Barker’s upcoming album, Give The Drummer Some, which is set for an October release on Interscope. The album will feature production from DJ Khalil, The Neptunes, Swizz Beatz, RZADJ Premier, and Pete Rock, with verses from hip hop heavyweights such as Weezy, Eminem, Pharrell, RZA, Lupe Fiasco, Rick Ross, The Clipse, Ghostface, among other big names. Barker, who is known for his hard, punchy hip hop remixes, played drums on all the tracks and served as the executive producer of the album. The track was produced by Barker and Chuck Inglish, and has a simplistically fresh synthy breakbeat under some gritty rhymes from Mikey Rocks and Chuck Inglish of The Cool Kids.

MP3: Travis Barker: Jump Down (feat. The Cool Kids)

Hit the jump for a video of Barker remixing Slaughterhouse’sThe One