Man, two weeks in a row for this post. Good job, us.

This week was a little heavier on interesting news than previously. But we still rounded up some great music for you. We also have a Spotify playlist that we update pretty much daily. And for the songs that aren’t on Spotify, we tend to keep a collection of the music we like on our Soundcloud Likes.

Bohan Phoenix OVERSEAS

The Chinese-American artist returns with a new EP after his JALA project from last year. He’s been living in the limelight in the eastern hemisphere, shutting down shows and explaining the unfortunate situation with Hip-Hop in China.

John L. Nelson Don’t Play with Love

Okay, stick with us on this one. Prince’s father, John, composed some jazz music in the ’70s. John’s daughter, Sharon (Prince’s half-sister), produced the sessions that would later take place in Paisley Park where Louis (John’s nephew) performed the music with his band.

Physically Sick 2 Compilation

What’s better than dope, new music? Dope, new music for a dope cause. Discwoman linked with Allergy Season for this compilation album. All of the proceeds go to the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund.

Royce Da 5’9″ Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

On his press run for PRhyme 2, Royce stopped by Flex’s office to record an ill freestyle. Just watch.

The Rachel Divide Trailer

Included in the massive amount of original programming Netflix plans to put out this year is a documentary on Rachel Dolezal. It comes out April 27. You can’t help but feel bad for her kids. To balance this news out, there is news of a Dapper Dan documentary in the works as well headed by Jerrod Carmichael.

D’Angelo is Working on a New Album

He was supposed to perform in London a few days ago but canceled due to being “deep in the recording process.” Have we mentioned that this is good news?

Lupe Fiasco Will Learn Martial Arts in TV Show Beat N Path

Instead of new music, battle rapping, or video games, Lupe Fiasco has been working on a new TV show where he learns more about one of his biggest passions: kung fu. Apparently it already aired this week on Celestial Tiger Entertainment’s Kix channel in China. Can’t lie.

King Krule Concert Film Live On The Moon

Like King Krule but never seen him live? Now you get to experience that with some extra stage production.

Today marks the day Christopher Wallace passed. So for those who don’t know, now you know. Rest In Power Biggie.