Monday has arrived once again and the DX Digest for April 3 is chock full of some interesting selections. Tyga decided to drop two new singles, “Act Ghetto” with Lil Wayne, and “100s” featuring Chief Keef, which both slide in the top slot, while Gucci Mane sits in second place with a freestyle, “Drop Top Wizop,” the same title of his upcoming album. Raekwon and CeeLo Green‘s ode to Marvin Gaye, “Marvin,” Logic’s interview with Genius, and Smoke DZA’s latest EP, Ringside 5, round out the top five. Keep scrolling for a Tiny Desk Concert with Noname, “Free Smoke” remix from Dave East, single from Lupe Fiasco, video with Young Dolph and Gucci Mane, soulful ballad from Snoop Dogg’s artist October London, another visual from Tech N9ne and Krizz Kaliko, and finally a dope 58-minute mix in honor of The Notorious B.I.G. Also, check out Travis Scott and Kendrick Lamar’s “Goosebumps” video here on Apple Music until it surfaces elsewhere.
tyga f. lil wayne – “act ghetto”
Perhaps Tyga took a few notes from baby mama Blac Chyna on how to tear things up. The young rapper has rolled through with two new singles, including “Act Ghetto” featuring Lil Wayne and “100s” with Chief Keef and A.E., the latter being about exactly what it sounds like — the almighty Benjamin. Check out “Act Ghetto” above and “100s” below.
gucci mane – “drop top wizop freestyle”
Gucci Mane either doesn’t sleep or writes songs in his sleep. The type of output he has is nothing short of spectacular. After dropping “Make Love” with Nicki Minaj and a video with Young Dolph (which can be seen below), the East Atlanta Santa is back with another single, the “Drop Top Wizop Freestyle.” Produced by Murda Beatz, the track serves as a sliver of his forthcoming album of the same name.
raekwon f. Ceelo green – “marvin”
Wu-Tang Clan legend Raekwon is fresh on the heels of the release of his latest album, The Wild, and the singles are slowly making the rounds. The most recent, “Marvin,” features the one and only CeeLo Green, and pays tribute to the late Marvin Gaye.
logic – “everybody Lyrics & Meaning Interview”
Following the announcement of his new album, Everybody, Logic quickly dropped the title track and now sits down with Genius to discuss the lyrics and meaning of the song in-depth. The entire project reportedly explores his experience as a bi-racial American.
Smoke dza – “ringside 5 (EP)”
Smoke DZA is back with a new EP titled Ringside 5, the fifth installment of his wrestling-themed series. Produced by 183rd, it contains tracks like “96 Olympics” and “Triple Threat,” but the cover art begs for attention with its depiction of Donald Trump getting body-slammed in the ring.
dave east – “free smoke (East Mix) “
noname – “npr tiny desk concert”
Performing tracks from her 2015 album Telefone, Chicago artist Noname recently stopped by NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series, where she was backed by a four-piece live band. Throughout the set, she performed songs like “Diddy Bop” and “Yesterday,” as well as a medley of “Reality Check,” “Casket Pretty,” and “Bye Bye Baby.”
lupe fiasco – “kneelin’ on needles”
In between polishing his swords, Lupe Fiasco is still pumping out new music. His latest comes in the form of “Kneelin’ On Needles.” The track follows the release of DROGAS Light and on the heels of the news he’s dropping DROGAS Wave next.
October london – “driving me to drink”
October London, Snoop Dogg’s signee, tells a confessional tale in his new single, “Driving Me To Drink.” Bursting at the seams with heartfelt R&B and soul, the track puts London’s vocal prowess on display and is a prime example of his undeniable talent.
Young Dolph f. gucci mane – “that’s how I feel”
Memphis rapper Young Dolph and the unstoppable Gucci Mane have connected for the new video, “That’s How I Feel,” after releasing the audio last month. The song comes from his new project, Bulletproof, which addresses the near-fatal shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina.
tech n9ne f. krizz kaliko – “ptsd (Warrior Built)”
After releasing the audio last week, Kansas City rap titan Tech N9ne is back with a video for “PTSD (Warrior Built),” which also stars label mate Krizz Kaliko and Jay Trilogy. The visual comes just ahead of his next Collabos release, Dominion, which is expected via Strange Music Inc. on April 7. Tech is currently on tour in support of The Storm.
DJ Matman – “The Notorious B.I.G. (Mixtape)”
Although we found it a little late, DJ Matman’s mix in honor of The Notorious B.I.G.’s Life After Death turning 20 is worth a listen. Crafted in conjunction with Wax Poetics, the nearly hour-long mix touches on some of Big’s best work as well as original sample material from artists like Al Green, Zapp and Diana Ross.