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Audio Push, Riff Raff and King Chip link up for a freebie. This is the first of two Audio Push tracks to be released tonight, the next will be ‘On The Way’.

Listen and download below.

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Less than two hours away from the release of G.D.O.D. 2, Hustle Gang release yet another track which will likely be on the project. This one’s titled ‘Mind On Money’ and features spots from Spodee, potential new signee Troy Ave, Yung Booke and the boss, T.I.

Stream it below and check back at 8:00PM EST for the mixtape!

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2 and a half hours ago 2 Chainz posted a snippet of this track and now #2ChainzSeasonHasArrived and he hops on the Thugger train with the new London, FKi and JGramm produced banger entitled ‘Dresser’.

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The Migos gang is back with another remix today, picking Jeremih’s #1 smash ‘Don’t Tell Em’. This is pretty good. Continue reading..

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With the second Hustle Gang mixtape dropping in just a few hours, T.I., Yung Booke, Young Dro, Spodee and Shad Do God link up for this new joint which will likely be on G.D.O.D. 2.

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No, this isn’t a joke. The long awaited duet by legendary Rock Band Queen and Michael Jackson, ‘There Must Be More To Life Than This’ is here and it sounds beautiful. The song was premiered on Chris Evans’s BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show earlier this morning.

A little background story on the track:

It began as a song written by Mercury during sessions for Queen’s 1981 album, Hot Space. The band recorded a backing track, but the song was never completed. Mercury visited Michael Jackson at his home studio in Los Angeles where he recorded Jackson singing the song for an unfinished version. Queen revived the track during sessions for 1984’s The Works, but again it was not finished. A year later, Freddie’s own version of the song surfaced on his debut solo album, 1985’s Mr Bad Guy. This new production of the powerful ballad fuses Queen’s original backing track and Mercury and Jackson’s distinctive vocals, and has been produced and remixed by celebrated Madonna/Robbie Williams producer William Orbit.

The song appears on Queen’s new album Queen Forever, releasing on November 10th. The CD features 3 new songs in addition to past Queen hits, classic tracks and new takes on well-known songs. It will be available as a 20-track single CD and as an extended 36-track, two-CD set. Listen to the radio rip of the song below.

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