Game ft. DJ Quik, “Let Me Be the One”

As Game remains in the lab fine-tuning The Documentary 2, a new cut, believed to be another single, has hit online and take our word: IT. IS. WEST. COAST. Exuding the classic G-Funk bounce that had an entire nation familiar with that G Thang, the track, supposedly titled “Let Me Be the One,” finds Chuck Taylor trading rhymes with DJ Quik, as they trade bars and seemingly set off the nostalgic vibes for a good ol’ Compton cookout. Suga Free’s influence here is strong.

Majid Jordan, “Learn From Each Other”

Over pulsating bass thuds and grooves absorbing enough get you moonwalking on the dance floor, Majid Jordan turn a after party into a five-minute track on “Learn From Each Other.” Premiered on OVO Sound Radio over the weekend, the groovy tune is worth a replay or two or 6ix.

Casey Veggies, “Shout Out”

Before the shot clock times out before the release of Live & Grow, his forthcoming debut, Casey Veggies hits “the game winner” on the lyrically-driven “Shout Out.” Well, not only does the West Coast spitter rapper stick to the witty wordplay that earned him his name, but he also dedicates a good portion of the cut to “shout out to everybody f*#$%$# with me.”Live & Grow album to arrive on September 25th.