Here’s one for #PhilAdeFridays produced by Mark Henry. It will be the second-to-last of the series as Ade plans to put the finishing touches on his third project, A Different World (July 12). Oh… but just to spoil it, yes, it is a Coldplay-inspired track as the title suggests.
Haaa… Looks like we all guessed right, Kendrick Lamar is just ill. Watch the video and you’ll hear why. By the way, this is a cut from his #Section80.
The long wait is over, North Miami’s Vurn has dropped his mixtape Elevation and man this shit knocks. I won’t even type anymore, okay, maybe just to say download the tape below.
Hello peeps, Brenton Brown here (or B. Brown for short). Been a while since I’ve dropped a track off to bless your ears, so I apologize. I’ve just been in creative meetings putting two and two together, you know the deal. Anyway, this track marks my break from rhyming over other artists’ songs… unless, of course, it’s a house remix. So with out further yapping, let me introduce to you, “Peep the Sneaks,” my version of Childish Gambino’s “Freaks and Geeks.”
Okay, so I’ve missed the last three Rock The Bells shows on some fugasy business, but believe I’ll be there this year. The line up is way to ill to miss so I suggest you don’t. Check out the press release below.
With Numonics on the boards, J Nics releases the music video for The Return, a track feature on Champion Rizla EP.
New from G.O.O.D. Music’s CyHi. If you aren’t a supporter of his, I’m beginning to think you just don’t like good music.
Some more production from 9th Wonder on Rapsody’s upcoming Thank H.E.R. dropping June 21.
Serious question. Has Last Train to Paris even gone Gold? *Michael Jordan shrug.* Anyhow, peep the video to
“I Need A Girl” part nine “Looking For Love.”
Pick up Truth’s Patience on iTunes and get ready for The Remembering coming this July. Btw, this video was directed by Matt Hobbs and the song was produced by Jake One.
Anyone else starting to feel like Meek Mill is the Drake/Nicki Minaj of Maybach Music Group? All I’ve been receiving are videos and audio files of him freestyling or catching some photo ops with the “Bawse” man. This time however, Pill, and new recruit, Stalley also join in to drop some bars on Green Lantern’s Invasion Radio. Peep the video.
Terrible screen shot, but still, Breezy and Captain Autotune release the music video to their latest collaboration.