Cheers! It’s ride or die during these desperate times, and The Lox preach both loyalty and love on their new single. Over Jimmy Dukes and Smiley’s People’s hardcore beat, Styles P rides for the homies both for the hook and his opening verse. Sheek drops knowledge and keeps his circle tight, while Jadakiss separates the […]
You mad? When it comes to relationships, Problem be fucking up. But to hear him tell it, check out his new single. Anchored by a soothing West Coast beat, the Compton rapper admits his wrongdoings and pleads for forgiveness. In related news, Problem has recently released short-film Compton Story exclusively on TIDAL. Written and directed […]
Dough over hoes. It’s no love lost on Tory Lanez’s latest offering off his The New Toronto 3. The album drops April 10. Here, Swavey gives relationships no time of the day. Instead, the Toronto rapper flourishes in an extensive amount of riches. He’s rich, bitch.
Free all the villians! Pop Smoke’s still moving in the streets on his first posthumous release featuring Dave East. Anchored by a gritty production, the late Brooklyn rapper chants pardons for all those moving likewise, before Dave East checks in midway with an uncredited verse. Last week, Pop Smoke’s Virgil Abloh-directed video, “Shake The Room” […]
The wait is over. Frank Ocean welcomes the new month with the official release of his recent tracks, “Dear April” and “Cayendo”. Premiered during his PrEP+ parties last October in New York, the two acoustic records have since been available in 7″ vinyls for pre-orders on his website. In the wake their releases, the pair […]
Peanut Butter, baby, Guapdad 4000 continues his new music Fridays with his latest drop. Spread over a syrupy production, Guapdad 4000 flexes everything from his bread, whips, fashion, and of course the ladies. Within the past few weeks, the Oakland rapper has released a series of tracks including “Greedy“, “Platinum Falcon“, and “Dolce & Gabbana […]
We believe we can fly. Kid Ink takes his music out of this world with his new track featuring Rory Fresco. Over OG Parker’s bass-rattling production, Kid Ink lives up to his Rocketshipshawty status with his bravado talk. Riding shotgun is Kansas City rapper Rory Fresco flexing effortlessly on his featured spot.
Without a doubt. Can JR Writer kick it? Yes he can. And as the Harlem rapper preps his next project, he talks his shit and sounds off on his naysayers for his latest drop. Prior to the release, JR released his previous track, “Pedigree“. Stay tuned.
Despite the current pandemic, YSL members Gunna and Young Thug keep it “Quarantine Clean” on this fresh cut produced by Turbo. Shield by the producer’s mellow beat, Gunna kicks back and brings the drippy vibes for the ladies. Meanwhile, Jeffery laments his experience of social distancing.
Remix, baby. Hot off the release of her stellar debut, Before Love Came To Kill Us, Jessie Reyez has now shared the deluxe with three additional tracks. Revisiting last year’s record, A Boogie and JID join the songstress for an updated version of the upbeat serenade. As Jessie hymns distance love, A Boogie delivers his […]