G-Eazy (@G_Eazy) recruits Ferg & Danny Seth (@ASAPferg & @dannyseth) for the latest off his upcoming album, These Things happen. The menacing track produced by Christoph Andersson, and James William Lavigne These Things Happen hits iTunes on June 23rd. Advertisements
K Camp (@kcamp427 @boosieofficial @YG @TooShort) summons Lil Boosie, YG and Too Short as featured guest for the official remix to his hit single “Cut Her Off”. Listen below.
Waka Flocka (@WakaFlockaBSM) continues picking up other instrumentals and dropping bars. Take a listen to Waka Flocka remix Lil Wayne’s “Believe Me” and Future’s “Move That Dope”. Flockaveli 2 on the way.
Santigold (@santigold) resurfaces after becoming a mother and contributes a new tune to PEPSI’s Beats Of The Beautiful Game compilation album. This collection of music is in celebration of the 2014 World Cup which kicks off on June 12th. Listen to Santigold’s new joint “Kicking Down Doors” below.
Flosstradamus (@FLOSSTRADAMUS @WakaFlockaBSM) team up with Waka Flocka for this party anthem “TTU (Too Turnt Up)” which was contributed to the soundtrack for 22 Jump Street. Listen below.
Rick Ross (@RickyRozay) jumps on Usher’s single “Good Kisser” for his latest MMG remix. Listen below and pick up Mastermind now.
Mack Wilds (@mackwilds @pusha_T) summons Pusha T to add two new verses to the join “My Crib” which originally appeared on his GRAMMY nominated debut album New York: A Love Story. BET revives the track for their Music Matters Compilation which will be released on June 23rd just in time for BET Experience weekend. Listen…
Mary J. Blige (@maryjblige @pharrell) teams up with Pharrell for this soulfully upbeat tune “See That Boy Again” contributed to the soundtrack for Think Like A Man, Too, in stores on June 17th. Listen below.
Sam Smith (@samsmithworld) has quickly became one of my favorite new artists, the British crooner allows NPR first dibs on a full length stream of his debut album “In The Lonely Hour” which includes hit single “Money On My Mind”. Listen below. Listen Here: Sam Smith – In The Lonely Hour (Stream)
With Where We Come From only a couple days away, Popcaan (@PopcaanMusic) has offered a stream of the whole album over at NPR. On track 6 of the album, the Jamaican links up with Pusha T again for “Hustle” which you can listen to below.