@DJKENN_AON linked up with Chief Keef (@ChiefKeef) a while back and for whatever reason, this song never saw the light of day. However, Kenn decides to liberate the track via his new mixtape American Dream. Check it below.
Danny Brown (@XDannyXBrownX) originally dropped off this track sans Rocky back in March and teased that Rocky would be on the final track. Since then, we’ve not really heard much about it. However, tonight saw the premiere of the track via Tim Westwood. Old is coming soon. Rip for now.
Hassani Kwess (@HassaniKwess) got his mind on the money and the money on his mind. Listen to this new bank statement anthem from his forthcoming project, The Kwess Never Sleeps.
Kelly Rowland (@KellyRowland) tosses another match into the fiery track “Dirty Laundry” that’s been making noise as it details Kelly’s ups and downs in an abusive relationship. Adding more fuel to the fire, Kelly Rowland adds R. Kelly for his own verse full of things to get off his chest. Listen below. Talk A Good…
Rey Fonder (@ReyFonder) drops off this trippy yet relaxed tune from his upcoming project, Wilson’s Fence. Apollo Delorean holds down the production with the ambiance. Listen below.
DJ Absolut (@DJAbsolut) has been teasing the internet about this single for a while now. Not long ago he released a long snippet of the single which really got the taste buds flowing. At long last he decides to release the single in it’s full. Guest features come from Ace Hood, Swizz Beatz, Ray J, Fat Joe & Bow Wow.
I-Dub (@itsyaboydub) got a little busy over Kid Ink’s “Tuna Roll” single whilst I was away enjoying the sunshine. That Young Jerz beat is tough and Dub does it justice by lyrically shitting on it. Better late than never, listen below.
When you think of Lloyd’s (@Lloyd_YG) music collection it has a variety, he’s a versatile artist, that’s what makes him good. Anyway, Young Lloyd has been gone for a minute but this new track just found it’s way into my email, and let me just say, it’s different, in a good way. Lloyd takes a funky beat and laces his vocals over it, the two go together better than what you expect. Listen below.