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 […]
New challenge alert. Following a series of beat battles in the past week, Mannie Fresh and Scott Storch are the latest producers to step up to the challenge. Firing up their Instagram Live accounts, the two beat makers ran threw their files and played 20 rounds of music. With their instruments within arms reached, Scottie […]
Frowns turned upside down. K Camp pours out his heart on his self-reflecting track. Over a gloomy instrumental, the Atlanta-based rapper weeps life obstacles from relationships, career, to everything else in between. As his K.I.S.S. 5 project is still pending, K Camp since released his new single, “Black Men Don’t Cheat” featuring 6LACK, Ari Lennox, […]
Holy sweet smoke. Taylor Gang’s Berner is adding another joint project to his resume, and this time it’s with Cypress Hill’s B-Real for Los Meros on April 20. On their first release, Berner exhales a refreshing opener over an array of delicate guitar strums. B-Real enters the rotation with his nasal inebriated flow, while Ross […]
Now with Future. Coming off the release of his Boss Man LP a few weeks back, Rich The Kid wraps up an updated version of one of its tracks. For the DY Krazy and Dre Moon-produced “Stuck Together, Future woos his lady with diamonds for his drippy verse to Rich The Kid and Lil Baby’s […]
Hallelujah! Sometimes offerings are the root of all evil, and Rob Markman takes ’em to church on this glorious tune featuring Cantrell. Riding DviousMindz’ boisterous instrumental, Rob and Cantrell lament on ratchet and righteous things related to the Lord. Oh God, what a blessing this is on our ears.