As if teaming up on “Famous” and Attack the Block’s “Cherry Red,” “I Already Love Her,” and “New Gang wasn’t enough,”Chris Brown and Ray J link up again for a surprise collaborative mixtape, Burn My Name. The 10 track project allows the two to tuch basis on know factors of their lives such as their womanizing ways, careers and smoky situations. In addition to BMN, Brown is gearing up for the release of Heartbreak on a Full Moon, while Ray J is preparing for his Raydemption release. Stream below.
After connecting on their platinum hit “Party,” Gucci Mane and Chris Brown tag team once again on “Tone It Down.” “Artists wanna meet me,” boasts Guwop. “Ballin’ like an athlete, but I ball all four seasons / Diamonds that’s just like Breezy’s / Take it easy, Breezy, go easy.” Released after Gucci’s DropTopWop, there’s no telling where this collaboration wil land. Listen below.
After releasing her fifth and final album, AIM, M.I.A. drops off a new track “GOALS. “Love is the answer,” she adds. “What’s the question? I don’t know / Staring at the wall and I’m waiting for the call / You said, ‘Pick up your receiver, I’ll make you a believer.’” M.I.A dedicated the infectious song to her loyal supporters. “DEDICATED TO MY HARDCORE FANS THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNFALTERING DEDICATION AND SUPPORT,” she wrote. “YOU HAVE GIVEN ME A SLIVER OF HOPE IN HUMANITY. STAY STRONG.” Listen below.
As if deading Nicki wasn’t enough, Remy Ma is back with her remix to Future’s “Mask Off.” The Bronx rapper have her sights set on anyone that gets in her way. “Murder next, who I’ma murder next? Maybe her / Nah, she ain’t worth it yet / I burned you, your new name is Bernadette.” Who will she take out next? “It’s a shame, your whole clique lames,” she raps. “New York bitch, red bottom Timberlands / Blood on ’em, we ain’t never gon’ be friends again.” Listen below.
Ice Cube delivers new music with “Good Cop Bad Cop,” one of three new singles off Death Certificate: 25th Anniversary Edition. “Fuck a black and white when they ain’t actin’ right,” he raps. “Good cop, good cop fillin’ out your report / Bad cop asking you to distort / Bad cop asking you to lie in court / Send another young brother up north / Send another young sister off course / While these motherfuckers chill on the golf course.” Listen below.
It’s taken him a year but Jay Electronica returns with a new track “Letter to Falon.” Produced by himself, The Bullitts, and Paul Epworth, the track was inspired by his sister and Kevin Durant of the the Golden State Warriors. “I pledge to never be no one’s burden,” he raps. “Mama said never disrespect your neighbors / ‘Cause next week, we might have to check for favors / That’s science, I could never thank her for it / And 20/20 hindsight is so euphoric / Keep shining / Nobody could stop your progress / Because unknown forces move some known Read More
A year after coming together on “For Free,” DJ Khaled tags Drake on “To the Max” the third release off his upcoming album Grateful. Grateful is set to be released on June 23rd and will include the previously released singles “Shining” featuring Jay Z and Beyoncé, and “I’m the One” with Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, Quavo, and Lil Wayne. Until then, take a listen below.
After releasing another ep in honor of Kush & Orange Juice’s seven-year anniversary and to heighten the anticipation for Rolling Papers 2, Wiz Khalifa blesses his fans with his new EP, Pre-Rolleds. The project include four-tracks, an appearance from Chevy Woods with production by Sledgren, Tay MasterChef, Prezident Jeff, and Soldado. Listen below.
With releasing her Dopamine project, and her MILAULONGTIME mixtape this year, Mila J keeps the music flowing calling on Ty Dolla $ign for her latest “Be my Lover.” “Tell me what you want,” she sings. “What you really, really want / If you wanna be my lover / If you wanna be my friend / If you wanna be my lover / You gotta get with my friends.” Listen below.
After dropping the bomb of revealing he has liver disease, August Alsina releases a new single “Don’t Matter,” the lead single off his upcoming third studio album, Drugs. “I be knocking down the walls every time you make that call,” he sings. “You be changing all your plans, but you’re callin’ me your man / You got something I can feel baby, girl it’s been so long / I been having withdrawals.” In addition to Don’t Matter, the upcoming project will also include the previously released singles “Drugs,” “Wait,” and “Lonely.” Listen below.