PartyBaby performed at SXSW over the weekend and this song even though its been out for quite some time definitely still makes a weekend playlist when you want to just fuck shit up.
A renaissance is happening in the U.K. and Jacob Banks is one of many artist from there to keep an eye on. Unholy War is a smooth jazzy, rock gospel infused track.
Buddy is a rapper from Compton California signed to Pharrell’s “I AM Other” label. He’s already has features with ASAP Rocky, Wiz Khalifa and BJ The CHicago Kid. In Shine he is versatile with signing the soulful hook and raping effortlessly. Check out the video for Shine after the jump…
Lorde is back with her new single Green Light” from her new album “Melodrama” which is due out in June. Watch the video after the Jump…
Nicki Minaj pulls a move out of Drake’s playbook and comes back at Remy Ma with a hit that will be played in the clubs over and over. She also released 2 other singles in response to Remy “Regret In Your Tears and Changed It”
Frank Ocean continues to drop new music to begin 2017. He debuted the song in the second episode of his Beats1 show. He previously collaborated with Calvin Harris and Migos.
Drake’s More life has delivered with numerous influences. You get Caribbean vibes in “Passion Fruit, Get it together and Madiba Riddim”. Bars are being dropped “No Long Talk, Gyalchester, Skpeta Interlude, Portland, and KMT”. Of course you get plenty of your slow Drake Jams in songs like “Nothing into Somethings, Since Way Back and Teenage Forever”. Plenty of features Kanye West, Travis Scott, Quavo, Young Thug, PartyNextdoor and U.K’s Jorja Smith, Sampha, Giggs, Skepta, and South Africa’s Black Coffee. Listen to album after Jump…
Few rappers in the game have the consistency of Ricky Rozay. Nine albums in and Ross is still giving us never ending flows. We put together a playlist of some of Rozay’s work over the past few years and his new album “Rather You Then Me”. Check it out after the jump….
Soon’s first album since 1996. Our favorite picks on the album are “Tear it down, Hot Thoughts, and Do I have to talk you Into It. The album is very solid work even though one of their members left the band.
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