Talib Kweli (@TalibKweli) contribues to J. Period’s soundtrack for the Rage Is Back film. You can get the whole project here and listen to the cut from Kweli below. Don’t forget Prisoner of Conscious is coming April 23rd. Advertisements
@NathanielRnB & @llcoolj link up for the latest single from the upcoming R&B singer’s project. Check L.O.V.E. out below [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/LOVE.mp3]
Chris Brown (@ChrisBrown) and @ItsAProblem put together a track for Funk Flex upcoming mixtape, Who You Mad At Me Or Yourself? Meh. Listen to it below. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Chris-Brown-Let-The-Blunt-Go-feat.-Problem.mp3]
Flo-Rida (@official_flo) grabs the King of Auto-Tune @1future for his new single “Tell Me When You Ready”. Has Future blessed Flo-Rida with another club hit? We’ll see. Radio rip version for now until the CDQ pops up. Listen below.
Ryan McDermott (@RyanMcDMusic) is the newest acquisition to the G.O.O.D Music stable and today he presents a new offering after laying low for a few months. Ryan returns with Hit-Boy assisting on him on this new wave pop fused track called Joy, which you can hear below.
My bro Chase N Cashe (@ChaseNCashe) lends his talents to Frank The Butcher and BAU’s forthcoming mixtape, “All Is Fair”, which is set to drop in April.
Curren$y (@Currensy_Spitta) spits a brand new verse over Young Scooter’s street anthem, Colombia. Listen to Spitta Andretti’s spin on the Black Migo Gang member’s track below. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Currensy-Kingpin.mp3]
Long.Live.Cudders. KiD CuDi sets forth the new single from his long awaited album, INDICUD. Scott said earlier this month that he’s aiming for an April 23rd release date, let’s hope that holds true. KiD CuDi flips an MGMT sample and added his own pizazz over the sound bed. Listen to it below.
@LANZPIERCE drops off this new track from her upcoming EP, Point OF No Return, set to drop sometime in March. Read what she had to say about the heartfelt track below: There was a time when great artists like Lennon & Tupac spoke for generations, they were barometers of truth, social issues, & political voices.…
@AZEALIABANKS harlem shakes her way out of controversy long enough to drop off some new music. On this tune, she summons Lindbergh Palace for a reworked version of The Strokes original song. Azealia Banks will also be dropping of a new single called Yung Rapunxel from her debut album Broke With Expensive Taste.