Meek Mill (@MeekMill @MacMiller) might be locked up but that doesn’t stop music from being released. Take a listen to “I Like It”, assisted by Mac Miller. https://soundcloud.com/michael-sullivan-130/meek-mill-i-like-it-featmac-miller
Raven Sorvino (@RavenSorvino) passes us her new single “Pam Grier”, an ode to her pimpin’ past, evoking the auras of the famous actress’s films like Foxy Brown and Jackie Brown. Iman Omari laces the track with dreamy, ambient production for Raven to body. Listen to the track below:
What’s love got to do with it? Rocko (@Rocko4Real) drops off a new single for the masses titled “Luv”. This is just a sample of what’s to come for his forthcoming project. Produced by TM88 of 808 Mafia. Listen below. https://soundcloud.com/empiredistribution/rocko-luv
Raekwon (@Raekwon) comes through with the twelfth installment of his Throwback Thursday series. This one is called “Close To You” and is a rework of Gwen Guthrie classic single. Listen below.
Bobby Shmurda (@BobbyShmurdaGS9) gets an mega remix for his single “Hot Nigga”. Guest verses from Fabolous, Jadakiss, Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes, Rowdy Rebel and Yo Gotti. Listen below.
Jim Jones (@jimjonescapo @therealkiss) is ready to deliver a new EP “We Own The Night Pt. II: Memoirs Of A Hustler. On the first offering “Last Night”, he summons Jadakiss for assistance. Listen below.
Vontaylor (@VontaylorCo) has been in the game since age 13, but took time out to work behind the scenes with some of the biggest names in the industry. The now 22 year old rapper is back off hiatus, but this time more lyrical/hungry. “The Wild” is just a 64 bar appetizer from the young Toronto…
Machine Gun Kelly (@machinegunkelly) comes through with a new tune “Wanna Ball”. Listen below. [springboard type=”video” id=”984707″ player=”ddto001″ width=”640″ height=”460″ ]
Jazmine Sullivan (@jsullivanmusic) comes through with a new song “Forver Don’t Last”. A beautifully sung ballad that slows down the tempo and delivers raw emotion as Jazmine is prone to do. Listen below. https://soundcloud.com/jazminesullivanmusic/jazmine-sullivan-forever-dont-last
J. Cole reunited with one of his early influences when he was a teen chasing his dreams of becoming a rap star. Filthe Rich and Nervous Reck were mentors to then emcee known as “Therapist” and comprised the duo “Bomm Sheltuh”. Here’s a track from them both called “The O’Jays”. Listen below. via J. Cole…