Welcome to another FMF Monday edition!  This week we have some exquisite free music for you in the form of a few outstanding collaborations, as well as a live set by an autotune-less T-Pain.  So what better way to enjoy the day off than to #vibewithus and savor some free music?  Get right, click the links, and enjoy.

Run The Jewels 2

Killer Mike & El-P are back with the sequel to last year's phenomenal collab, and it's just as good if not better.  The chemistry between these two emcees is incredible.  Every rhyme is spit with such viciousness and verbosity over frenzied and enthralling beats, easily making this one of the top rap albums of the year...and it's FREE!!  You can download it at runthejewels.net or stream on youtube below.


T-Pain - Tiny Desk Concert

I was taken by surprise when I saw that the feature artist for NPR's Tiny Desk Concert  last week was T-pain, but I was even more astonished to find out that it was done without the use of auto-tune.  With just vocals and a backup keyboard, T-Pain actually puts on a pretty amazing performance, putting a nice twist on three of his most popular songs.  It makes you wonder why he ever started messing with auto-tune in the first place.

A Sol Mechanic x Handbook - Mindfulness EP

This 5-track instrumental EP features 2 songs from each artist, as well as a final track in which A Sol Mechanic and Handbook both collaborate. Both producers bring something different to the table, creating a nice variety of sounds.


PRhyme - U Looz

DJ Premier and Royce Da 5'9 have joined forces to form PRhyme creating an all star combination of production skills and lyricism.  "U Looz" is the first single from their anticipated album that's set to drop in the coming months, and features a lot of what's to be expected from this duo:  witty word play over classic east coast production.  Check out the visuals below.


PYRMDPLAZA - Soulection

Soulection just released a group of songs as part of their White Label series, this time highlighting the work of UK producer PYRMDPLAZA.  The collection features a nice mix of woozy trap, R&B, & hip hop.  "Classss" and "Ventilation" are definitely worth a listen.