Shake em off. After a brief hiatus, Vic Mensa returns for a cause on this powerful track featuring poet Malik Yusef and singer Wyatt Waddell. Over a triumphant beat and soulful chants, Vic Mensa turns his pain into his fight for racial injustice and police brutality while referencing some of today’s recent tragedies. Produced by […]
Just a color. TeaMarrr puts her fists up for the fight of racial injustice on her powerful new single featuring Wale. Produced by Brandon Brown, the Haitian-American singer belts Black Excellence, while Folarin tackles the ongoing issues with the boys in blue. They don’t want no problems.
After a four-year hiatus, Elliphant returned in July with a deeply personal song called “Uterus.” She now follows it up with an introspective pop anthem called “Had Enough,” which is essentially about taking responsibility for your own bullshit. “When I saw you, you were alone there looking heavy at the bar,” the Swedish pop star […]
The Best Albums Of 2020 (So Far) What do you get when two of the UK’s hottest dance-pop stars come together? A blistering remix for the ages. At least, that’s what happened when Jessie Ware reached out to Georgia to put her own spin on “What’s Your Pleasure?” The title track of Jessie’s sublime fourth […]
Konichiwa bitches. Vado takes it back to his Long Run Vol. 1 project with its new music video. Cruising through the Jersey, Vado hops out of his Bentley and works his charm on a pretty young thing from around the way.
Listen. During these trying times, Omarion brings a spiritual nourishment in his new video to his T-Pain collaboration. Joined by FrancoTh3Artist and members of the dance community, Omarion and the crew dance at a graffiti-filled park, followed by an urging message for justice for Breonna Taylor. Hear this loud and clear.
Jimi Hendrix’s Japanese sunburst guitar went for $216,000 at Auction yesterday, selling for more than four times its pre-auction estimate of $50,000. As GWS Auctions points out, this was the ax Hendrix played shortly after being discharged from the U.S. Army in 1962. “After leaving Fort Campbell Jimi moved to Clarksville, Tennessee for a short […]
Ugh! NLE Choppa has finally released his Top Shotta album and celebrates the occasion with Mulatto in its new video. At a lavishing estate over the hills, the Memphis rapper turns up at a pool party with an abundance of bikini-clad ladies. Here, he stunts on a driveway full of cars and twerking girls and […]
SHY Martin’s ‘Slow’ Swedish singer/songwriter SHY Martin rolled out her much-anticipated sophomore LP yesterday (August 7) and it certainly lives up to its title. Sad Songs is full of them. From the gut-wrenching “Make us never happen” to the dejected “Nobody likes moving on,” this is a stripped-back soundtrack for the brokenhearted. It’s only fitting […]
Shake em off. After a brief hiatus, Vic Mensa returns for a cause on this powerful track featuring poet Malik Yusef and singer Wyatt Waddell. Over a triumphant beat and embedded in soulful chants, Vic Mensa turns his pain into his brolic fight for racial injustice and police brutality referencing some of today’s recent tragedies. […]