Maino (@MainoHustleHard) @TroyAve @MeekMill converge on this new joint called “Lights Camera Action” which will be on Maino’s forthcoming project King Of Brooklyn EP. Available on February 4th.
YG (@YG) recruits Lil Wayne, Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj to his DJ Mustard produced banger “My Nigga” from his forthcoming debut album “My Krazy Life”. Listen below.
YG “My Nigga” Remix ft. Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj & Rich Homie Quan
Jennifer Lopez (@JLO) and DJ Mustard (@DJMustard) churned out a new tune for her 10th studio album and decided to share this offering called “Girls”. It sounds familiar.
Mikky Ekko (@MikkyEkko) became a household name after sharing his song with Rihanna which became a duet on her album Unapologetic. The tandems slow and soothing ballad shot up the charts and is currently nominated for a GRAMMY this year. Entertainment Weekly managed to get their hands on the original demo version that was played…
The A-Town trio, Migos (@MigosATL) keep up with the influx of music remixing and destroying any and everything they get their hands on. This time Rico Love’s radio hit, “They Don’t Know” is the target. Adding their highly addictive ad-libs to Rico’s original first verse, Migos get their T-Pain/Future/Tory Lanez/Kirko Bangz/Drake/Ty Dolla $ign/PARTYNEXTDOOR on, creating something for the ladies.
Wale (@Wale), in sync with the launch of his new website EveryBlueMoon, connects with his MMG brother Magazeen to release their rendition of Rick Ross’ already remixed single by Lore, “Royals.” Keeping Rick on the first verse, Wale and Magazeen Go-Go things up a bit wit their segment. Take a listen below and peep what Wale had to said after the break.
Mike Posner (@MikePosner) follows up his Big Sean assisted-single “Top of the World” with a new joint today titled “My Light.” Produced by Jayson DeZuzio and Mike himself, the D-town singer tells the story of a misguided, lost soul that finds his way towards the light. Listen below.
Jae Millz (@Jae_Millz) kicks some bars over a medley of Wu-Tang classics on “Live From Shaolin”. Listen below.
Here’s a bomb-less version of Fat Joe and 50 Cent’s collision on “Free Again”. Kay Slay finagled this for his Rhyme Or Die album. Listen below.