With Jay-Z recently dropping a fantastic lineup for this years Made in America Festival, troubles in Cuba and his departure from the Brooklyn Nets to peruse the business of sport agency he still had a little time to bless us with this master piece. “Open Letter” is Jay-Z’s newest track and the lyrics are fantastic. Listen for yourself! Enjoy!!
We have a very interesting track from Rappers Mike Stud and Huey Mack. These two have hooked up before for some Frat Rap classics and this one is no different. The video is very literal but with some very good lines and some good acting with rapping.
As far as the song goes, I love the Kate Nash sample, giving the chorus a very nice light feel, with an exceptional beat built around it. Some great production all around.
Hoodie Allen’s newest music video ‘Fame is For Assholes’ dropped. This is the second music video off of Hoodie’s mixtape which is set to drop February 20th entitled Crew Cuts. The song sounds like a pop song to me but overall I enjoyed it. Chiddy and Hoodie on this track is pretty sick and Crew Cuts is defiantly gonna be a hit. Enjoy!
Lil Wayne, Drake and Future team up to create a pretty sick video for their newest song ‘Love Me’. This song has literally been on the radio non-stop and it has become one of my favorites from Lil Wayne recently. The sound of Future is a lot different but defiantly fits with Drake’s quick verse in the chorus. Overall the video is pretty cool some skateboarding, creepy looking imagery and of course plenty of women. Enjoy!
On top of taking home a Grammy last night for Best Rap Album for his last album “Take Care” Drake is right back at it. With the announcement of his next album “Nothing Was the Same” and the release of his newest music video for his first single “Started From The Bottom.” I think it is safe to say that Drake had a good night at the Grammys. Enjoy!
Martin Solveig is an artist I’ve heard great reviews about, providing incredible energy in his sets. After Prydz’s soon to be legendary Essential Mix recently on BBC Radio 1, Solveig took to the airwaves to release this incredible 15 minute mix of dance anthems which goes through a spectrum of genres showing just how innovative and unique he can really be. From hip-hop to electro house, this mix is very different than what you’d expect from the Night Out producer. Give it a listen below!
Stumbled upon this track while at work, it has such a different sound and flows so well with the lyrics. I’ve had it on repeat since I heard and it still hasnt gotten old. Probably one of the more chill songs i’ve heard in a while. This is the first single off of Finding Muzyamba’s debut album The Experience. I’m not going out on a limb when I say this is a MUST DOWNLOAD. Check it and i’ll catch y’all on the flipside.