L.A. Leakers hosts Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk with Nipsey Hussle (Source: Instagram)
Speaking with the Reflections of a DJ podcast, Leakers members Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk discussed how the ban came about and how long it will last. They also shared some memories of Nipsey, among other topics.
Watch an excerpt below and listen to the full interview here.
L.A. Leakers at the Dusse Palooza event in Los Angeles on Saturday, Nov. 10. (Credit: Virisa Yong)
“The track is a very inspirational one that preaches positivity and embraces being better everyday than you were ‘Yesterday,'” the Leakers wrote on their website.
Stream “Yesterday” below and download the song on DJcity.
Tyga is having a comeback. His Offset-assisted single “Taste” is currently No. 9 on Billboard’s Hot 100, and his new track “SWISH” is gaining momentum. (It’s currently No. 2 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart.)
On Sunday night, the rapper stopped by Power 106’s L.A. Leakers show and freestyled over YG‘s anthem, “Big Bank.” The freestyle, which has been called one of Tyga’s best lyrical efforts, went viral. Now, the Leakers have made the audio available for download.
Related: Tyga’s ‘Taste’ Remixed by CHILDSPLAY
Riding high on the success of their last single “Pull Up,” the L.A. Leakers have released a new club anthem, “Ball Like This,” featuring Future, Wiz Khalifa, and Kid Ink. The track features production from DJ Khalil, Salva, Mike N Keys, and the Leakers themselves.
The Leakers said in a statement, “‘Ball Like This’ celebrates the aspirations of the kid growing up in South Central to the kid creating that new tech start up. We all make sacrifices to get where we want to be.”
Stream the track below and download it on DJcity.
Related: DJ Khalil Breaks Down the Production for Aloe Blacc’s ‘The Man’
After signing with Jay Z’s Roc Nation label earlier this week, Vic Mensa stopped by Power 106 to chat with Justin Credible about the deal. The rising rapper also freestyled over Future’s banger, “Commas,” which is a current favorite at hip-hop clubs. If you weren’t impressed by Mensa’s recent collaborations with Kanye West (“Wolves” and “U Mad”), this three-minute session might change your mind.
Related: Future Releases ‘Commas’ Video
New York rapper Joey Bada$$ recently stopped by the L.A. Leakers show on Power 106 and dropped a freestyle. Watch above as the Brooklyn spitter goes in with two classic beats: D’Angelo’s “Devil’s Pie” (co-produced by DJ Premier) and Snoop Dogg’s “The Shiznit” (produced by Dr. Dre).
Related: Kendrick Lamar Freestyles over Notorious B.I.G. Beats
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