Following on from the success of “Try Me”, Dej Loaf (@DejLoaf) releases her follow up single “We Be On It”. Produced by DDS. Advertisements
Chubbie Baby (@ItsChubbieBaby @ShyGlizzy @RichieCap1 @DJWhooKid) taps Shy Glizzy & Cap.1 for the first single off his upcoming album ‘Millions In The Kitchen.’ Premiered yesterday by DJ Whoo Kid on his Shade 45 Radio Show The Whoolywood Shuffle, stream the track in full below.
Philly’s Theodore Grams (@TheodoreGrams @YSKSKMEDIA) releases a video for his single “The Money,” off his forthcoming mixtape ‘Sixtus II: The Borgia Story’ set to arrive next month. Shot and directed by YSKSK, watch the video below from the Phraternity crew leader.
Get familiar with Kelechi (@Kelechief), a new Atlanta upstart that parlayed his fantastic single “Want” into funding from Mountain Dew’s Green Label Sound, which will give him a jolt in pushing his career to a higher echelon of success. The standout single from his Loose Change EP is self-produced, with co-production from Stelios Phili, and features Kelechi…
T.I. (@TIP) becomes the latest artist to jump on Nicki’s “Truffle Butter”. Keep an eye out for his Paperwork: The Return & Paperwork: Love And Liability albums to drop at some point this year.
Bad Lucc (@badlucc354 @abdashsoul @iamstillpunch @itsaproblem) connects with Problem and TDE’s Ab-Soul and Punch for the latest single from his upcoming album Diamond Lane America. Check it below.
Young Buck (@youngbuck @50cent @TroyAve) calls upon 50 Cent and Troy Ave for “Drug Money,” a record premiered by DJ Envy on Power 105 earlier today. Stream this one below.
Rihanna (@rihanna) follows her previously released collaboration with Sir Paul McCartney and Kanye West with “Towards The Sun,” an airy single taken from the soundtrack for the upcoming Dreamworks film, ‘Home.’ Stream below.
Big Sean’s (@BigSean) Dark Sky Paradise hits stores tomorrow and as a thank you to the fans, Sean jumps on Beyonce’s “Me Myself & I”. Make sure you support and cop the album.
Toronto producer Arthur McArthur (@arthurmcarthur) adds himself to the ever growing list of people reworking Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen”. Check it out below.