Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) continues to dish out quality music. After dropping two disses toward Drake, he comes back with a remix of Beyoncé’s “Freedom”, a track about social injustice with the recent chain of events in the black community. Listen below. https://soundcloud.com/joebudden/joe-budden-freedom
Tory Lanez reloads Fargo Fridays by dropping two new tracks. Tory puts his own spin on “I Got The Keys” and “Controlla”, the latter which the general consensus seems to be that he bodied. Listen below.
Lion order. Kacy Hill is GOOD Music’s first lady and resurfaces with a new tune “Lion”, it’s the first we’ve heard from Kacy since her debut project Bloo. Listen to the calm yet buckling sounds she delivers on Lion.
Miguel (@Miguel) falls in line with the rest of his peers such as Jay Z, Beyonce, Drake and others who are responding to outrageous police brutality. Miguel delivers a very heartfelt song called “How Many” in light of Alton Sterling and Philandro Castile murders. Listen below. https://soundcloud.com/miguel/how-many-ruff-1
ScHoolboy Q calls upon the rest of Black Hippy to remix “THat Part”. This contains verses from Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and ScHoolboy Q himself. Listen below.
Jay Z drops “Spiritual”, a song he’s kept in the tuck but decided to release due to the recent police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philandro Castile. This comes shortly after Beyonce spoke out against the police brutality via her website and moment of silence in Glasgow. Hov says Punch of TDE encouraged him to…
Pell (@PellYeah) serves up a double dosage of singles with “Show Out” and “Basic Beach”. Both are mostly guided by Pell’s melodic vocals over whimsical uptempo production. Listen below.
Rihanna contributed “Sledgehammer” to Star Trek Beyond’s motion picture soundtrack. It’s a song written by Sia which you’ll hear in the film when it hits theaters July 22nd. listen below.
KiD CuDi (@kidcudi) resurfaces and releases “Goodbye”, a new offering following up the last two songs “All In” and “The Frequency”. Keep in mind, Cudders did promise to drop two projects in 2016, one of which is titled “Pain, Passion & Demon Slayin”. Although it’s not clear what album this track will end up on.…