Monday Mixtape Round-Up: Flatbush Zombies, Lloyd Banks, Miguel, TNGHT + more

Another Monday brings another round-up of all the mixtapes, EP’s and album streams that made it to the ‘net over the past week. Today’s round-up includes projects from Flatbush Zombies, Mike Will Made It, Miguel and many more. Check them out and get downloading after the jump.

Starlito – Post Traumatic Stress [Mixtape]

Southern rapper Starlito took his time to release his third mixtape of the year entitled Post Traumatic Stress. The rappers enlists a few big names on the production of the 10-track project, including the likes of fellow southern native Big K.R.I.T, Mike Will Made It, Hit-Boy, DJ Spinz and more.

Tracklist, stream and download here.



Miguel – Kaleidoscope Dream: The Water Preview [EP]

Providing fans with as taste of what to expect from his album Kaleidoscope Dream, R&B singer Miguel releases his Kaleidoscope Dream: The Water Preview EP. Making its way onto iTunes July 31st, the singer gives listeners the chance to listen to the EP in full before deciding whether they want to buy it. The new EP also includes the full version of the previously-released track “Adorn.”

Stream here



Mike Will Made It – ‘Est. in 1989 Pt. 2: Leaders of the New School’ [Mixtape]

On-the-rise music producer Mike Will Made It compiles some of his most recent work in his new mixtape Est. in 1989 Pt. 2: Leaders of the New School. The second installment from his Est. in 1989 series includes new material from singer Jeremih and features MCs Juicy J, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, B.o.B and more taking their turn on the producer’s beats.

Tracklist, stream and download here.



Analogue Monsta (Suzi Analogue x TOKiMONSTA) – ‘Boom’ [Album Stream]

Setting the pace with their April single “Time To,” musician Suzi Analogue and producer TOKiMONSTA come together to form Analogue Monsta and release their first joint project, Boom. Full of genre-bending goodness, the nine-track album combines the sounds of Hip-Hop, Pysch Rock, Electronica and R&B, showing off each artist’s musical talents.

Tracklist and stream here.


Shawn Chrystopher – ‘lovestory.’ [Mixtape]

Inglewood, California-hailing rapper Shawn Crystopher offers a generous amount of material on his latest mixtape lovestory. As the title suggests, lovestory. is a collection of music depicting the rapper’s journey through love. Features on the project include fellow rappers Dom Kennedy, GLC, Phil Ade and Mann.

Tracklist, stream and download here.



Flatbush Zombies – ‘D.R.U.G.S.’ [Mixtape]

Having already unleashed several tracks on the ‘net throughout the year, New York natives Flatbush Zombies unveil their mixtape D.R.U.G.S. The up-and-coming Hip-Hop collective displays their skills on the 16-track project that features collaborations with Kilo Kush, Uncle Nephew and Kala.

Tracklist and download here.



Lloyd Banks – ‘V6: The Gift’ [Mixtape]

Two years after his last mixtape attempt, G-Unit affiliate Lloyd Banks proves that he still has it with new mixtape V6: The Gift. Fairly light on features, the new tape sees collaborations from TDE’s very own ScHoolboy Q as well as fellow East Coast natives Fabolous and Jadakiss, with Banks carrying the weight on the remainder of the 15-track project.

Tracklist, stream and download here.



Electronic music producers Hudson Mohawke and Lunice join forces as TNGHT. Full of hard-hitting basslines and head-nodding beats, the Scottish producer and Canadian MC release their self-titled joint EP. Despite being only five tracks long, the EP packs a punch from the first play. We advise you to listen to this project at full volume.

Tracklist, stream and download here.



K-Nite – According To Plan [Mixtape]

UK rapper K-Nite steps away from Hip-Hop collective The Quaranteam and branches off to create his new solo project According To Plan. Producing every track by himself, the North London-hailing rapper is joined by Jaunty, Dream Mclean and more on his sophomore project.

Tracklist, stream and download here.



Moruf & Iman Omari – Euphoria (The Tape) [Mixtape]

Another musical duo gets together to form their own collaborative mixtape — this time its Los Angeles-raised singer, songwriter and producer Iman Omari and New Jersey-hailing emcee Moruf joining forces on Europhia. Already having the potential to stand out as solo artists, Moruf and Omari display their talents in unison to bring the sounds of avant Jazz and Hip-Hop together as one.

Tracklist, stream and download here.