Common drops off a new tune in the form of “Letter To The Free” to uplift the black communit. Black America Again in stores November 4th.
Emeli Sandé is set to release her new album Long Live The Angels on November 11th. Emeli recently put out “Hurt” as a single and now circles back with “Garden”. This song in particular features the ever so elusive Jay Electronica and Aine Zion. Listen below.
Big Sean (@bigsean @2chainz) reunites with 2 Chainz on “Light It Up”. This track in particular is featured on Kevin Hart’s soundtrack for the movie “What Now”. Listen below.
PUSHA T makes his presence felt with “HGTV”. This is the follow up to “Drug Dealers Anonymous”, as the only offering from KING PUSH thus far. Listen below.
Maroon 5 is back with another tune. They recruited Kendrick Lamar for this Benny Blanco produced single Don’t Wanna Know as they prepare their new album. The video is set to drop any day now, in the mean time stream it below. Maroon 5 ft. Kendrick Lamar “Don’t Wanna Know”
Beanie Sigel (@BeanieSigelSP) strikes back. After being attacked by one of Meek Mill’s henchman, The Broad Street Bully alluded to his return during an interview on Tax Season. We haven’t really heard from Beanie Sigel on a record in a while. The former Roc-A-Fella rapper shows he hasn’t missed a step as he retaliates to…
SiR (@MyNAMEIS_SiR) has been on my radar and one of my favorite artists from Los Angeles since I moved out here. A multi talented singer, songwriter and producer, he released a Seven Sundays as an EP before releasing it as a full LP last summer. SiR returns with an offering in the form of “All…
The Weeknd (@theweeknd) doubles up with another single release on the heels of “Starboy”. This time Abel gifts his XO fans with a new song called “False Alarm” which will also appear on his forthcoming album Starboy (pre-order here). Be sure to tune into The Weekend performing on SNL tonight as well.
50 Cent (@50cent @youngmamusic) extends his hand to up and comer Young M.A. and adds a verse to one of the biggest songs to come out of New York since Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga”. Young M.A. cites 50 Cent as one of her biggest influences to her music. Listen below.