MJB keeps it moving. Ain’t nothing going on but Mary J. Blige’s “Rent Money”, her latest single featuring Dave East. Produced by D’Mile, the Queen of Hip Hop & Soul and the Harlem rapper detail parting ways with their ex and the lack reciprocity in relationships. “Rent Money” follows the singer’s previous singles “Amazing” and […]
Truth Season is upon us. Everything is simply “Bigger In Texas”. Such is the case on Trae Tha Truth’s latest single. As the title suggests, Trae, EastsideEggroll and Jay’ton boast the brawny lifestyle from their neck of the woods over a Pray4kg and ZayCoronado production. Aww yeah.
You better than me. Yung Bleu and NeYo reunite on their heartbroken ode, “Walk Through The Fire”. On the piano driven ballad, the “Stay Down” collaborators lament over a rocky relationship and plea for reconciliation with their former love.
YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s flossing like a boss on Internet Money’s new single. Produced by Taz Taylor’s Internet Money collective, the Baton Rouge rapper turns up to the life of fame. “Flossin” is Internet Money first new music of the year and arrives off the heels of NBA YoungBoy’s new album, Colors.
Do “Remember”. Russ reups his previous releases with a remix featuring Hailey Knox. Now with Hailey in the mix, the pair both reflect on the good days with a former love. Never forget. The original was released the week before and was his first music following last year’s critically-acclaimed album, Chomp 2,
Big K.R.I.T. is back. After keeping a low profile, Big K.R.I.T. makes his epic return with “So Cool”, the first single off his upcoming album. On the uptempo banger, the Mississippi rapper flexes his pizzazz with and energetic flow and braggadocious rhymes. “So Cool” is the K.R.I.T.’s first music since last year’s “Pick Up The […]
Ain’t worried ’bout nothing. Stefflon Don’s got the “Juice” on her brand new single. Produced by Juicebox Slim, the British rapper flexes her indepedence, sex appeal and her respect in the streets.
“Eazy” does it. Life ain’t “Eazy” on The Game and Kanye West’s new collaboration. Over a sinister production by Hit-Boy, DJ Premier, Big Duke, Cash Jones, and Mike Dean, which samples Eazy-E’s “Eazy Duz It”, The Game references perseverance with his West Coast flow, while Ye touches on life’s complicated events including his estranged wife.
Sorry again. After over 10 years since its release, Lil Wayne adds his Sorry 4 The Wait mixtape to all digital streaming platforms. The re-release keeps its original tracks with a few title changes and opens up with four new tracks including “Cameras” featuring Allan Cubas, “Lil Romeo”, the Lil Tecca-assisted “Anti-Hero”, and “Bleu Snappin”. […]
Introducing Saba Bone. Follow PIVOT Gang’s Saba on his new single featuring Krayzie Bone. Over Daoud and daedaePIVOT’s smooth soundbed, Saba channels his inner-Bone Thug referencing his upbringing. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member Krayzie Bone adds his signature hazy and double-time flow to the introspective record. “When I think back on first discovering Bone Thugs-N-Harmony as a […]