Bo$$ is back! The former Def Jam artist and first female gangsta rapper who debuted with Born Gangstaz and the #1 hit “Deeper,” endured a kidney transplant and has just released a mixtape, The Six Million Dollar Mixtape.

The Misfit Massive crew has been repping Portland, OR hip-hop for over ten years now. Next out the camp, which includes the Lifesavas, is Libretto. The first single from his LP/CD, Illoet is “Volume” featuring Lifesavas.

On Nov. 9, Virtuoso drops WWII: Evolution of The Torturer on Raptivism Records. Politically charged messages heard on “Fahrenheit 911,” featuring Slaine make this release extremely relevant.

Lil’ Flip, WC, E-40, RZA, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon are just a few artists appearing on the Blade: Trinity soundtrack, out November 23 release. Five of the tracks were produced by RZA.

The soundtrack is available in two editions. The “Deluxe” includes a bonus DVD with an anime piece from the creators of Blokhedz, a behind-the-scenes documentary on the making of the movie’s music with an interview with RZA, a Blade weapons gallery, early sketches for the Blade films and more. The soundtrack’s other version does not include the DVD, comic, production sketches or the movie poster gallery.

Partial Track listing:
Fatal – The RZA
I Gotta Get Paid – Lil’ Flip/ Ghostface Killah/ Raekwon
When The Guns Come Out – WC/E-40
Thirsty – Black Keith & ODB
Daywalkers (Foot Chase) – Ramin/ RZA
Party In Tha Morgue – Kool Keith