New Records On Repeat

New Records On Repeat

Tee Grizzley “Late Night Calls”

Incoming. Tee Grizzley checks in with his “Late Night Calls” on his latest single. Produced by Chopsquad DJ, Tee rumbles through his phone and recollects texts and convos of various events in the hood the news of his younger brother Baby Grizzley’s latest indictment on federal gun charges. “Late Night Calls” follows Tee Grizzley’s previous […]

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Cardi B “Up”

Up, up, and away. Cardi B is going all the way “Up” for her highly-anticipating single. In the complimentary video, she bids farewell to 2020 and begins a new year of slay. Donning various exotic ensembles, Cardi twerks on a tombstone, dances with her girls, and glams up high in the sky. Elsewhere, she poses […]

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Ice Cube “Trying To Maintain”

Yeah yeah. Ice Cube is simply “Trying To Maintain” on his new record. Over mellow synths, but in his aggressive demeanor, the Los Angeles O.G. addresses his recent backlash over his political movement, sounds off on his critics, today’s culture, and much more. The track is Ice Cube’s first release since his 2018 album Everythang’s […]

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Robin Thicke “Lucky Star”

Star gazing. Robin Thick paints the grey skies blue on his new single, “Lucky Star”. Ahead of his On Earth, And In Heaven album on February 12, Thicke does a little soul searching and looks past the dark times. “Lucky Star” follows Robin Thicke’s previous single “Take Me Higher” produced by Pharrell.

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Curren$y “Misty”

Chevy on switches, baby. Curren$y finally arrives with his first record of the year, “Misty”. Over a hazy beat by Black Metaphor, Spitta coasts over the track while boasting his success, swag, car collection and simply slabbing across the country. Pick a car, and let’s roll.

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