Rae Sremmurd (@RaeSremmurd @jxmmi @ihipsterlee) keeps their name buzzing out here with the release of a new song and visual entitled “Up Like Trump.” Rae Sremmurd’s upcoming Sremm Life album arrives January 6th.
Ca$h Out (@TheRealCashOut @wizkhalifa @tydollasign) pulls TGOD’s Ty Dolla Sign and Wiz Khalifa for the official video to their collaborative track “Let’s Get It.” Watch the Gabriel Hart-directed video below where a poker game turns deadly. Look for this one on Cash’s previously released album, Let’s Get It.
Ludacris (@Ludacris) bundles up new EP for the fans entitled, Burning Bridges. The 6-track project effort features appearances by Miguel, John Legend, Cee-Lo Green, Rick Ross, and country star Jason Aldean. Stream the project below and look for Luda’s Ludaversal LP to arrive March 31st via Def Jam Records.
Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys) digs into her vault and unleashes some unleashes tunes today in the form of “Somewhere In The City.” This is the first of a dozen tracks from A. Keys as she starts her 12 Days of Christmas countdown. Listen below.
Jazmine Sullivan (@jsullivanmusic) will be releasing Reality Show, her first album since 2010, on January 13, 2015. Check out the tracklist for Jaz’s 12-songs LP below which features one guest appearance by Philly’s Meek Mill. Peep the artwork is above.
Mike WiLL Made-It (@MikeWiLLMadeIt @2chainz @RICHIECAP1 @SB_Skooly) after dropping his project, Ransom, today, keeps the momentum going by premiering a new video for his track “Someone To Love” featuring 2 Chainz, Cap 1 and Skooly. Directed by Motion Family, watch the video below.
Mike WiLL Made-It (@MikeWiLLMadeIt) has finally released his highly anticipated project Ransom. The 20-track offering features guest appearances from Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Future, 2 Chainz, Juicy J and many more. Stream and/or download the project below.
Spooky Black (@spookyblack @thestand4rd), fresh off of a sold out tour with his group TheStand4rd, drops his pen name and gives us “Worn” under his birth name, Corbin. The song is arguably his angriest to date, starting off with his signature croon, which takes a turn, and evolves into a heavily reverberated, vitriolic shout. The…Details