Travi$ Scott Releases 'Owl Pharaoh' Mixtape

Nothing makes hump day more bearable than the promise of free music that rock, right? If you agree, then consider your Wednesday awesome starting now.

G.O.O.D. Music up and comer Travi$ Scott has released a stream and download of his brand new mixtape, Owl Pharaoh. The offering boasts thirteen tracks, as well as features from the likes of T.I., 2 Chainz, Bon Iver, Toro y Moi, A$AP Ferg, James Fauntleroy and more. Click here to access the mixtape.

Scott was recently named a 2013 XXL Freshmen inductee. After you listen to Owl Pharaoh comment below and let us know if you think that title is a fitting one.

Rick Ross Drops "Clique" Freestyle Video

MMG boss Rick Ross is never one to sleep on a popular beat. If it’s on the charts, Ross will soon be on the beat, and this goes double for anything released by equally gigantic artists. The latest track to welcome Ross’ presence is G.O.O.D. Music’s “Clique,” and the results were released this weekend accompanied by a well-executed music video. You can experience the latest verse the Maybach Music mastermind below:

If you enjoy Rick Ross, be sure to listen to OS artist Fat Trel.

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Big Sean Releases "Detroit" Mixtape

G.O.O.D. Music artist Big Sean has released his highly-anticipated Detroit mixtape following weeks of heavy promotion. The release, which serves as Sean’s first since his debut album, Finally Famous, arrived last year, features 17 new tracks and guest appearances from a plethora of hip-hop heavyweights. The full tracklisting can be viewed below:


1. Higher (Prod. by Key Wane)
2. 24 Karats of Gold ft J. Cole (Prod. by Key Wane)
3. Story By Common
4. How It Feel (Prod by Million $ Mano)
5. Woke Up ft Sayitainttone, Early Mac, Mike Posner & James Fauntleroy (Prod. by BP, Young Chip & Key Wane)
6. Experimental ft Juicy J & King Chip (Prod. By Rami & Dez)
7. Mula ft French Montana (Prod. By Young Chip)
8. Story by Young Jeezy
9. 100 ft Royca Da 5’9³, Kendrick Lamar & James Fauntleroy (Prod by Don Cannon)
10. Sellin’ Dreams ft Chris Brown (Prod by Da Internz)
11. I’m Gonna Be (ft Jhene Aiko) Prod By Key Wane
12. FFOE (Prod By Lex Luger)
12. Do What I Gotta Do ft Tyga Prod By Million $ Mano, The Olympicks & Rob Kinelski)
14. Story by Snoop Lion
15. RWT (Prod By Stateside)
16. Once Bitten, Twice Shy (Prod by Hit-boy)
17. Bonus Track

Detroit originally premiered on Datpiff and LiveMixtapes, but is now available for stream and download right here on OurStage. Click through to hear the mixtape, and click here to download a copy for yourself. (more…)

Pusha T Track "Exodus 23:1" Ignites G.O.O.D. Music/YMCMB Beef

G.O.O.D. Music. YMCMB. What do they have in common? Well, they’re both high profile hip-hop collectives, their names are both comprised of acronyms, and, as of a few days ago, they’ve got beef with each other.

The catalyst for the antagonism between the two camps is “Exodus 23:1,” a new track released by rapper Pusha T. “Exodus” is reportedly a taste of Pusha’s upcoming solo record set for release later this year. The track is certainly a diss track – the song opens up with talk of beef “best served like steak/well done” – though it fails to call out any potential target(s) by name. Whoever the object of Pusha’s anger might be, Lil Wayne took offense. The YMCMB rapper voiced his opinion about Pusha T in a tweet shortly after the song appeared online.

Since Wayne’s tweet, speculation on the meaning of the track has run rampant. SOHH highlights the curious history of antagonism between Wayne, Pusha and various members of YMCMB. Verse interpretation site Rap Genius provides an entertaining if questionable fan-generated explanation of “Exodus 23:1.” Finally, outside of the aforementioned tweet, there have been no comments on the song from either camp. G.O.O.D. boss Kanye West is in Cannes with Kim Kardashian and neither Birdman nor Drake have been reached for comment.

Check out “Exodus 23:1” below and see if you can figure out who pissed off Pusha T.