Stream Travis Scott and Quavo’s Joint Album ‘Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho’

Christmas comes early. After much anticipation, Travis Scott and Quavo’s joint album Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho has arrived.

The 13-track set opens with “Modern Slavery,” and continues with tracks like “Black & Chinese” and “Saint Laurent Mask.” There are only two featured guests — Takeoff (“Eye 2 Eye”) and Offset (“Dubai Shit”).

The joint album caps off a remarkable year for both rappers, and 2018 is looking even brighter. Quavo and Migos are set to release Culture II in January, while Travis is readying AstroWorld for release sometime next year.

Stream Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho below.

New Music: Cassie – ‘Don’t Play It Safe’

Cassie isn’t playing it safe. After dropping “Love a Loser” with G-Eazy, the R&B songstress unleashes her latest single, “Don’t Play It Safe.”

Sexy as ever, the Bad Boy signee gets seductive over the midtempo beat. “Don’t wait, baby,” she coos. “Don’t play it safe / Come take the reigns, show me something.”

Cassie dropped “Love a Loser” in July, which was accompanied by a 10-minute self-titled short film. Both songs could land on her long-awaited sophomore album, her first since her 2006 debut.

Beyond music, Cassie and Diddy are still going strong. Back in June, the Bad Boy mogul celebrated their love. “I’m in love now,” he gushed. “When a record comes on, the way she moves. When I look at her, the way she smiles. The way I see her look at me sometimes, when I wake up and she’s already awake.”

New Music: Cassie – ‘Don’t Play It Safe’

Cassie isn’t playing it safe. After dropping “Love a Loser” with G-Eazy, the R&B songstress unleashes her latest single, “Don’t Play It Safe.”

Sexy as ever, the Bad Boy signee gets seductive over the midtempo beat. “Don’t wait, baby,” she coos. “Don’t play it safe / Come take the reigns, show me something.”

Cassie dropped “Love a Loser” in July, which was accompanied by a 10-minute self-titled short film. Both songs could land on her long-awaited sophomore album, her first since her 2006 debut.

Beyond music, Cassie and Diddy are still going strong. Back in June, the Bad Boy mogul celebrated their love. “I’m in love now,” he gushed. “When a record comes on, the way she moves. When I look at her, the way she smiles. The way I see her look at me sometimes, when I wake up and she’s already awake.”

Lil Wayne Previews Remix to Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DNA.’

Eight years after Kendrick Lamar dropped his Lil Wayne-influenced mixtape C4, Weezy gets inspired by K-Dot on D6.

Ahead of next week’s release of his Dedication 6 mixtape, Tunechi unleashed a preview of what appears to be his very own remix of “DNA.” a standout cut from Kung Fu Kenny’s DAMN.

“#D6 I might just release some early!!” Wayne wrote in the caption for the video.

Due Christmas Day (Dec. 25), D6 marks Lil Wayne’s return to the Dedication mixtape series with DJ Drama. The last one dropped in September 2013.

Wayne announced the latest installment last year. “I’ve also been working on some crazy shit for a mixtape and we just didn’t have a good name for it yet,” he said. “But it might as well just be a Dedication.”

The project lands while Tha Carter V remains in legal limbo. Weezy is currently suing Cash Money for $51 million over a financial dispute.

Video: Macklemore feat. Dave B & Travis Thompson – ‘Corner Store’

Macklemore shows off his acting chops in the video for “Corner Store,” the latest single off his sophomore solo album, Gemini.

The song and visual stars Dave B and Travis Thompson at a liquor store, where they try to buy beer, but it’s Macklemore who steals the show with multiple personalities, costumes, and characters.

Throughout the visual, the Seattle rapper personifies an elderly store clerk, a belligerent drunk in a shopping cart, a police officer, and Travis T’s mom.

“Corner Store” follows videos for “Glorious,” “Marmalade,” and “Good Old Days” off Gemini, an album that arrived in September with appearances from Offset, Lil Yachty, Kesha, and Skylar Grey.

Gemini is Macklemore’s first solo album since 2005’s The Language of My World and his first solo effort since amicably parting ways with producer Ryan Lewis.

Up next, Mack is teaming up with Kesha on “The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore,” a 30-city tour that’s scheduled to kick off June 6.