With ending his “Nu Soul Revival Tour,” with Lyfe Jennings, Kindred The Family Soul, and Avery*Sunshine, Musiq Soulchild releases a new single “Start Over.” “Who’s better for you, girl?” he sings. “You know and I know, no one else can love you the way you know that I could love you, girl.” Just last year the soulful singer released album Life on Earth and in addition to his latest single, Musiq let go of “Simple Things,” the lead single off his eighth solo studio album, set to drop this summer. Listen below.
After coming together 0n “One Dance,” Wizkid tags Drake once again for “Come Closer,” the first single off Wizkid’s upcoming third album Sounds From the Other Side. “Came into the game, no one replace me,” he sings. “Me love my Hennessy straight with no chaser / All of my guys know me all about me paper / Me got me girls all around me, me no chase her / Starboy, call me number one / When me tune drop, the girls, they bounce along.” Listen to below.
HoodyBaby tags Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Quavo, and Gudda Gudda on “Flexing” a track off the Young Money rapper’s mixtape Kitchen 24: Slangin Off Key. “I’m subtractin’ ratchets,” Weezy raps. “I’m outchea doin’ math, bitch / You ratchet on your best day / Fuckin’ for a check face / Outchea leakin’ sex tapes / Why you tryna flex?” Kitchen 24: Slangin Off Key was hosted by DJ Drama and features Tyga, Wiz Khalifa, Kevin Gates, and additional collaborations with Weezy.
Tiara Thomas drops off her latest project Don’t Mention My Name, the follow-up to her 2015 Up in Smoke EP, the five-song project EP include the tracks like “Too Late,”“Suicide Shit,” “Don’t Mention My Name” and more. Listen below.
DJ Holiday’s tags 2 Chainz for “Wassup Wid It,” a track from his 4am in Decatur project. “My new single ‘Wassup Wid It’ is ATL,” he told The FADER. “From the sound to our slang, this record screams that. I’ve known 2 Chainz before the fame and I love seeing how much he’s grown into this calculated genius with his wordplay. It’s a honor to have him apart of my new project, 4am in Decatur.” In addition to the track, 2 Chainz’ is gearing up for the release of his upcoming album Pretty Girls Like Trap Music album, due April 7. Read More
T.I. is back at what he does best on “Do My Thing,” a new track produced by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson but released by DJ Whoo Kid and DJ MLK. “You violated,” he raps. “Now your whole apartment complex, we annihilated / Everybody pay the price / That’s the consequences when you take a life.” In addition to the final season of “The Family Hustle,” TIP will embark on the “Hustle Gang Tour,” starting April 26 in Mobile, Ala. Listen below.
“You the best thing of all times,” Young Thug sings on his latest Best Thing of All Time. “You the best thing of all nights / You the best thing in all skies / You the best thing on this flight…I’ma take you off of that regular flight / Put you on a private flight.” The track serves as Thugs first solo single since teaming up with Belly’s Zack-assisted “Consuela,” Rozay’s Wale-assisted “Trap Trap Trap,” and his 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, PnB Rock collab, “Gang Up,” and Birdman’s Rich Gang collaboration “Bit Bak.” Listen below.
After building much anticipation, Chris Brown finally lets go of “Privacy” the latest single off his upcoming album Heartbreak on a Full Moon. “Ain’t nobody here but you and me / Lickin’ your private parts / And I know you love your privacy,” he sings before boasting, “Ain’t gotta pay for that pu**y / My d**k can change your life.” Heartbreak on a Full Moon serves as Brown’s eighth studio album. In addition to “Privacy,” the project will include the singles “Grass Ain’t Greener” and “Party” featuring Gucci Mane and Usher. Listen below.
With collaborations like “Turn Me On,” “Where Them Girls At,” and “Hey Mama,” David Guetta tags Nicki Minaj once again for his Lil Wayne-assisted single “Light My Body Up,” a single off Guetta’s upcoming project. “I just started my sentence, like the capital letter,” Nicki raps. “Got bars for years, I hope you send me a letter / No, she’ll never be queen, so now she got a vendetta / I ain’t talkin’ ’bout David, when I say I’ma Guetta.” Listen below.
After weeks of anticipation, Trey Songz releases his seventh studio album Tremaine, the first album since 2014’s Trigga and 2015’s Trigga Reloaded. Threw his faux reality show, “Tremaine The Playboy,” Trigga has released tracks like “Song Goes Off,” “Animal” and “Playboy.” When asked about his two year break from music, Trey said “You get in a dark place and places where you don’t know what’s going on.” “That’s why I haven’t been doing music the last two years. That’s why I haven’t put an album out.” Stream Tremaine below.