Ellie Goulding (@elliegoulding) blesses us with a new tune “Beating Heart” which she contributed to the original soundtrack for Divergent. Ellie belts her signature notes over a emotionally driven sound bed which syncs up with the last scene of the film. Listen below. Advertisements
Ashanti (@ashanti) and @FrenchMontana link up once more since releasing “No One Greater” which has since been scrapped from Braveheart. However we get a collaboration in the form of “Early In The Morning”. Listen below.
Compton’s Buddy (@MeltsLOVEbuddy) taps @MileyCyrus and @Pharrell for his single “Smoke Signals.” The new single by Buddy is produced by his iamOTHER’s CEO/label-mate, Pharrell and features a catchy hook featuring Miley. Look for this song and more on Buddy’s upcoming mixtape, Idle Time, dropping tomorrow.
With Kanye as executive producer, CyHi The Prynce (@CyhiThePrynce) drops off his latest project Black Hystori Project. The mixtape sees him link up with King Louie, Crystal Renee, Jon Connor and more. Stream the project below.
Big Boi (@bigboi) and Phantogram (@Phantogram) connect again on “Objectum Shalamar” which is another new mash up with psychedelic funky influence. Listen below.
TYGA (@TYGA), Nicki Minaj (@nickiminaj) and Lil Wayne converge on this new offering “Senile” produced by David D.A. Doman from the forthcoming Young Money compilation album “Rise Of An Empire“. In stores March 11th.
Major Lazer’s newest body of work “Apocalypse Soon” will be delivered tomorrow (February 25th) but you can listen to it now below.
Doe B (@CBMDoeB) may be gone but certainly not forgotten as his manager DJ Frank White lets loose this unreleased joint “Turn Up” which will be on a forthcoming mixtape “Definition Of A Trapper 3”. Hosted by DJ Frank White, DJ Scream and Bigga Rankin. Listen below.
Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) and TYGA (@TYGA) circle back with another offering “Do It” which will be attached to their album Fan Of A Fan 2. Listen below.
Joell Ortiz (@joellortiz) does what he does best and spars on the mic by delivering a barrage of quotables on this Sarom produced joint “Bars”. Listen below and stay tuned for Slaughterhouse forthcoming album “Glasshouse”.