Young Dolph seizes the moment on his Drumma Boy produced latest single “While U Here.” “Tell your mama you love her while she here,” he raps. “Tell your pops that you love him while he here / Tell your homeboy you love him while he here / One day you here, next day, you gone, for real.” The track is set to appear on Dolph’s upcoming album Thinking Out Loud set to be released on Oct. 20. The project will include features from Ty Dolla $ign, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, and DRAM. Listen below.
After collaborating with Lil Yachty on “Kiss the Money,” Lovele$$ tags Young Dolph on his latest single “Sparkle.” “God bless the money count,” he raps. “Counting my blessings / Flawless perfection / In the streets I’m a legend.” Listen below.
Canadian-Chinese pop sensation Kris Wu tags Travis Scott on their international collaboration “Deserve.” “Girl, you know that you’re a freak,” they sing. “Shawty, you belong to me / Let me get you in your zone / Baby, you deserve a song.” The Louis Bell produced track has shot up to No. 1 on iTunes earning Wu the first Chinese recording artist to hit it. Listen below.
After collaborating in 2013 on “Two Presidents,” YG Hootie and Kendrick Lamar come together again for “The City,” a dedication to their beloved hometown of Compton. “Compton gets a lot of bad press which shapes the perception of our city, but most never know George Bush and his family once resided here,” Hootie told Complex. “They even went as far to suppress the fact, but you gotta give it up for ‘The City.’”“Me and Kendrick about to run shit,” Hootie raps. “We don’t say we did shit ’cause we done shit.” Theres no confirmation where the EarDrummers’ DJ FU produced track will Read More
Ski Mask the Slump God calls on Migos’ Offset and super-producer Timbaland for his latest single “Vengeance.” “Yo’ bitch gon’ catch my balls just like a goalie, whoadie,” Slump God boast. “We at hotel just like Zack and Cody.” The hard-hitting track follows a slew of recent Ski Mask’s collaborations like “No Tilt” with Lil Yachty and A$AP Ferg, and “ILoveYourAunt” with Trap Lord. Listen below.
PARTYNEXTDOOR lets go of his brand new project, Seven Days. “It’s seven songs I made in seven days,” the OVO crooner told Zane Lowe on Beats 1. The project include features from Halsey on “Damage” and Rick Ross on “Better Man.” Other tracks include the tracks “Bad Intentions,” “Never Played Me,” “Best Friends,” and “The Right Way.” The release comes after his Colours 2 visual project back in June and countless collaborations. Stream below.
Tamar has released her fifth and last album Bluebird of Happiness, the follow-up to 2015’s Calling All Lovers. The project includes 11 tracks featuring a combination of the songstress’s past works and a appearance from Yo Gotti on “Hol’ Up” with production from Braxton, Vincent Herbert, and Rodney Jerkins. “It’s almost like Love and War and Calling All Lovers got together and had a baby,” Tamar said in a interview with Rap-up.com. Tamar confirmed joining Xscape and Monica on “The Great Xscape Tour,” set to kick off Nov. 22 in Richmond. Listen below.
Kodak Black continues his music hustle by releasing his Mr. Flipper assisted single “Lil Shoota Love,” his latest track inspired by the Zapp Band’s “Computer Love.” In addition to the latest release. Kodak has let go his mixtape Project Baby 2 and loose singles “No Flockin 2 (Bodak Orange),” “Conditioned (10 Toes Down Challenge),” and a remix to Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” within a month. Listen below.
After releasing hits like”Tipsy”,”Weekend”, “I Luv Em”, and the 2016 banger “I Might” featuring G-Unit’s Kidd Kidd and Juvenile Performer, arranger and songwriter Shorty has prove he is a force to be reckon with. Now the New Orleans native is dropping everything for love on “For You” the lead single off his upcoming album “Rich.” The single is available everywhere music is sold or streamed. Stream and listen below.
Juicy J grabs Cardi B for “Kamasutra” the sex-filled single off his newly released mixtape Highly Intoxicated. “You know I’m the trillest, you know I’m the best, boy,” she raps. “Caution sign on, slippery when wet, boy / Come on baby, I’m exactly what them boys like / No playing games daddy, suck and fuck you all night.” Inspired by Thee 6 Mafia’s 1999 single “Slob On My Knob,” the track is highly intoxicating. Listen below.