Pearl Jam is back with their tenth opus Lightning Bolt, which is a fitting title since the living legend rock group has been more than a flash in the pan. If you recall, Eddie Vedder and his group even touched stage at Made In America last year with Jay Z. Their latest body of work…
Nipsey Hussle (@nipseyhussle) let’s loose of the Dom Kennedy assisted cut “Don’t Forget Us” to usher in the release of his $100 priced album “Crenshaw”. The project will not feature this track so it’s a token of Nipsey’s appreciation for those who have put their money towards it. Listen below.
Boldy James (@BoldyJames) connects with Earl Sweatshirt, Da$h and Domo Genesis on this Alchemist produced cut “My 1st Chemistry Set” which you can pre-order via Decon.
Metro Boomin (@MetroBoomin) is one of ATL’s youngest and notable producers who has some of your favorite joints with Future, Gucci Mane and more. Check out his new mixtape 19 & Boomin below.
Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton)’s much buzzed about single “Good Time” with Lil Wayne finally makes it ways to the internet and it’s as terrible as you thought it was before you heard the actual song. Unfortunately, the worst is yet to come as the tandem also have a video to accompany this release. Listen below.
Avril Lavigne (@AvriLavigne) follows up her “Rock N Roll” single with a more mellow sounding tune called “Let Me Go” not to be confused with her debut album “Let’s Go”. This cut assisted by Nickelback front man Chad Kroeger will be attached to Avril’s fifth studio album. Listen below.
Nature and Ali Vegas connect on this new joint called “Up In The Sky” for the summer edition of Seasons Changed. Listen below.
We haven’t heard @ChiefKeef and @WizKhalifa on the same song since his debut album Finally Rich. If you recall, they were supposed to shoot a visual together and Keef didn’t even show up to the set of the video but in any case here’s a previously unreleased track with Chief Keef and Wiz Khalifa. Listen…
R. Kelly comes through with a new double entendre themed song called “Cookie”, a song that will be on his next album “Black Panties”. Listen below.