With “Fight Night” proving that they can float on that West Coast sound, Migos do their thing over Jeremih’s DJ Mustard-produced banger.
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The Swedish Sad Boy Yung Lean enlists Travi$ Scott for the assist on his new track from his upcoming album, Unknown Memory, due out on Tuesday. Interesting.
ATL connects as 2 Chainz links with Young Thug for “Dresser.” Produced by London, FKi and JGramm.
Former Aftermath producer Dawaun Parker hits the Cosmic Zoo and discusses Dre’s much romanticized forthcoming album, Detox. Speaking on the archives of songs and beats waiting to be unearthed, he also goes into the actual title of the album, which may or may not be what you’re thinking.
The Weeknd follows the lead of Drake by collaborating with Roots for a limited edition varsity jacket. All of the details are on the image above, so, if interested, you know the drill Toronto. $488 dollars, however.
Cuffing season is upon us. The leaves are falling and love is in the air. You cupcakes need some tight tunes to snuggle up to? Ayun Bassa and Syd The Kyd provide aural audio for the lovers on their latest collab, “Tell Me,” produced by The Internet.
Baltimore’s son Damond Blue drops “Always Something” off of his forthcoming debut album, Blessonz out on 11/4. “Always Something” features industry heavywieght Jadakiss and is the first single of the new album which will include additional features from Fat Trel, Los, Raheem Devaughn, Poison Ivory and Brave Williams.With production credits including Jay Oliver (French Montana, […]
Features a previously released track with The Weeknd as well as a new collabo with Childish Gambino. Another enigmatic artist. Dive in.
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OG Maco, who is currently on fire right now for his newest song “U Guessed It”, drops a new Deko-produced banger called “Want More.” OG Maco is Quality Control Music’s newest signee.
The song features Sia and was produced by Emile Haynie (Grammy winner for Best Rap Album for Eminem’s Recovery).
Canada’s Belly teaches us what that Dab Life is all about in his new music video. Check it.