On the final day of March, Paris Jones (@PRSJON) releases his third project of the year, appropriately titled March. PJ, who says he is the happiest he’s been in his life, takes inspiration from Janelle Monáe as he flips samples from her latest offering The Electric Lady. Stream below and make sure you check out his earlier releases January & February.
New York’s RATKING (@RatKing) debut album, So It Goes, will be here April 8th. Treating fans to something special, the NY hip-hop group, connects with NPR to give fans an advance stream of the new LP. Check after the break to listen to the full album.
Trey Songz (@treysongz) doubles back after igniting 50 Cent’s single “Smoke” earlier today to deliver a solo joint of his own. Trigga unleashes the sensual and seductive tune “Smart Phones” through his Angel Network app today for the PYT’s. Listen below.
Smoke DZA (@SMOKEDZA @joeybadass_) join forces with the Pro Era’s HNIC Joey Badass for this last offering “Fhvt Bvsturd” (Fat Bastard) before he unleashes the full length album Dream.ZONE.Achieve tomorrow. For now take a listen to the Kirk Knight produced cut below.
Alicia Keys’ (@aliciakeys) @kendricklamar & @Pharrell featured track, “It’s On Again” gets released today via. iHear Radio. The new song produced by Pharrell will appear on the soundtrack for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 which hits theaters on May 2.
50 Cent (@50cent) return to music just got interesting. After taking a break, coming back and blessing fans with “Hold On,” “Don’t Worry Bout It” and “Pilot” 50 releases his official single from his new album Animal Ambition, dropping June 3rd.The song features R&B artist Trey Songz on the hook and Dr. Dre & Dawaun…
While Kirko Bangz (@KirkoBangz) is co-headlining the 24-date “The Trillest Tour” with Bun B, he decides, out of nowhere to release a new his Progression 4 mixtape. The mixtape has Kirko going in over popular cuts by Justin Bieber, Drake, Nipsey Hussle, Kid Ink, Jhene Aiko, Rico Love, and more as YG and Yo Gotti make an appearance on Kirko’s single “Hoe,” and fellow Texans Killa Kyleon and Propain contribute on other tracks. Listen below.