Afrojack (@afrojack @wizkhalifa) drops off another new party starter in the form of “Too Wild”, assisted by Wiz Khalifa and Devin Cruise. Afrojack’s new album “Forget The World” is available in select countries but will launch internationally on May 19th. Until then take a listen to this single below.
Young Thug (@youngthug) drops off yet another freebie as he jumps on some C4 & DJ Spinz production. Take a listen below.
Little Dragon (@LittleDragon) and Future (@1Future) connect for the Nosaj Thing remix of the Nabuma Rubberband single “Klapp Klapp”. Listen below.
Jeremih’s (@Jeremih) long awaited album, will be here later this year. For what looks like the first single, Jeremih, radio killers YG, DJ Mustard and producer Mike Schultz all get together for “Don’t Tell ‘Em” a new radio-friendly club track for the ladies.
Drake said P. Reign (@Preign) is up. We will soon find out when to Toronto artist releases his upcoming Dear America mixtape on June 17th. For his latest release off the tape, P enlist Waka Flocka on his Southside produced track “Chickens.”
Left Brain (@wtfismellowhype @earlxsweat) put his own spin on his Golf Wang brethren’s cut “Chum”. This remix from the Odd Future producer is much calmer and smoother than the self produced joint that originally appeared on Doris. Also be sure to check out FADER’s tour of Earl Sweatshirt’s crib for their “At Home With” series.…
VADO (@VADO_MH) kicks a few bars over Lil Wayne’s joint “Believe Me”. Listen below.
Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) drops some unreleased music she made during the recording of her debut album Yours Truly. The track didn’t make the cut but Ariana does offer a nice message with the track. Listen below. Ariana Grande: “A little surprise for my loves as a thank you for all of your constant love, support…
Danity Kane (@danitykane) and TYGA (@TYGA) pour up a little “Lemonade” for the ladies newest single. Over a sample of The Clipse’s “Grindin’,” produced by The “Damaged” beat-maker Stereotypes, take a listen to Dawn, Aubrey, Aundrea, and Shannon with their Young Money homie.
Mickey Factz (@mickeyfactz) resurfaces after taking a hiatus from rap but is back better than ever. Listen to this new offering “Detroit Red” which captures the essence of a young Malcolm X. Produced by Aleem Bilal.