Mo’ bands, no problem. LaTheGoat’s got more bands to flex, and he does so on his star-studded remix featuring Jermaine Dupri and Rick Ross. Over a sample of Wendy Rene’s 1964 song “After Laughter (Comes Tears)”, most known 30 years later on Wu-Tang Clan’s “Tearz”, the new So So Def/Def Jam signee from Tampa reups […]
The Grizzley’s connect. It’s a family affair on Tee Grizzley and Baby Grizzley’s latest collaboration, “Gave That Back”. Over a menacing beat by Chopsquad DJ, the two brothers trade bars back-and-forth referencing family bond as well as their gritty and lavishing lifestyles.
Knock knock. After arriving with “Hopprock“, Madlib taps into the week with his latest instrumental, “Dirtknock”. Looping a gritty guitar riff, smoothed out with a mellow vocal sample, the super-producer and Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden provide another perfect score from the forthcoming LP, Sound Ancestors dropping January 29.
Everything Desiigner. After releasing “Amen” last week, Desiigner pulls up in his “GLE” for his latest drop. Produced by Akeel and Yonatan Watts, the Brooklyn delivers a plush verse and a hook full of bravado.
Richie, you so nasty. Rich The Kid is as nasty as he wants to be. And what better way to tell it with Mulatto, Flo Milli, and Rubi Rose onboard. Produced by Budda Beats, Rich The Kid doesn’t hold back on his sexual fantasies, while all three ladies add their sex appeal and their raunchy […]
Ain’t no stopping us now. YBN Nahmir goes anti-opp once again on his new remix featuring 21 Savage. Over a head-nodding production, YBN Nahmir continues to stunt on his haters, while 21 Savage shuts down the competition. You’ve been warned.
Right on time. Hot off her Verzuz battle with Keyshia Cole, Ashanti makes an epic return with her new single, 235 (2:35 I Want You)” On the bedroom banger, the R&B princess belts her sultry vocals over a piano-laced instrumental. She tosses and turns over a missed lover and yearns for his presence in the […]
Feel like Rick James. DJ Scheme keeps it a “Buck 50” on his new single featuring guitarist Carlton McDowell and the late Juice WRLD. Produced by Nuri, Juice WRLD stunts on his haters, flexes for the ladies, and brings nothing but smoke to his enemies. The track ends with a solo guitar set by McDowell.
Perfect score! DJ Chose and Gucci Mane’s praise their ladies on their new collaboration, “You A Dime”. Over a bouncy instrumentation, the Houston DJ bigs up the baddies, their boss moves and their street savviness. Gucci salutes salutes his main chick and pampers her with the finer things in life. Brrr!
Na Na Robin Thicke goes above and beyond on “Take Me Higher”, his new single produced by Pharrell and the latest offering off his On Earth, And In Heaven. On the funky groove produced by The Neptunes hitmaker, Robin uplifts his spirits his soothing falsettos and good vibes. The track samples Kool & the Gang’s […]