The Game (@thegame @jeremih) connects with Jeremih on “All Eyez”, a new offering from his forthcoming album 1992. Listen below.
Fat Joe & Remy Ma continue to have success with their single “All The Way Up”. After a remix from Jay Z, Meek Mill and Fabolous, they extend the songs popularity with west coast turn up courtesy of Snoop Dogg, The Game and E40. Listen below.
Jeezy (@youngjeezy @2chainz @1future) drops off a strip club anthem in the form of “Magic City Monday”. Magic City is a staple in the nightlife scene for Atlanta as rappers and athletes flock their to party. Listen below. Jeezy ft. 2 Chainz & Future “Magic City Monday”
Our bud runneth over. Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) just released TGOD MAFIA mixtape with Juicy J and 808 Mafia but changes pace for “More And More”. This single is a slow ballad type of tune dedicated to weed and the legalization of marijuana. Listen below.
Ne-Yo (@NeyoCompound) delivers “Two”, a song he attempted to sing to his wife on their wedding day but finished later in the studio. Ne-Yo dedicates it to the sanctity of marriage and love. Listen below. https://soundcloud.com/crown-alpha-hill/two
Nick Cannon (@nickcannon) lays his personal life out on this song “Divorce Papers”. Nick has been in an ongoing divorce settlement with his former wife Mariah Carey and decided to air out his grievances in a respectful manner. Listen below. My purpose for creating this “Divorce Papers” freestyle was not to feed the tabloid chatter,…
DJ Mustard (@djmustard @nickiminaj @jeremih) drops “Don’t Hurt Me” with Nicki Minaj and Jeremih ass featured guests. This is Mustards follow up to Whole Lotta Lovin. Listen below.
Young Thug (@youngthug) and his partner in rhyme Twice put their own spin on Drake’s riddim “Controlla” from his double platinum album VIEWS. Thugger makes a Kyrie Irving reference and reveals the time he got an STD. Awkward. Listen below. http://youtu.be/NZ_mfv3MALE
Usher doubles up with another single “Crash”. It’s a shift in direction from “No Limit” but nonetheless still good to hear from Usher. Listen below.
G-Eazy and Jeremih were tapped for the soundtrack of Ghostbusters reboot and created “Saw It Coming”. Listen below.