Lauryn Hill joins in on the reason for the season with a cover of Nat King Cole’s “A Cradle In Bethlehem” as she prepares to perform two shows. One in Washington, D.C. on January 1st and a second at Brooklyn Bowl in New York on January 4th. Listen below. Advertisements
Jeremih (@jeremih @theweeknd) connects with The Weeknd for the official remix to “Pass Dat”, a stand out single from Jeremih’s “Late Night: The Album” LP. Listen below.
Lupe Fiasco put out one of the best rap albums of 2015 and already has his sights set on 2016 with three additional bodies of work. Lu took to his Twitter to announce DROGAS, SKULL and ROY as projects that are coming out next year. Stay tuned for more details as they unravel.
Tory Lanez (@torylanez) has had quite the break out year with his single “Say It” and signing to Interscope. Tory connects with DJ Drama to provide two new Gangsta Grillz branded projects in the form of “The New Toronto and “Chixtae 3”. Listen below.
Busta Rhymes and The Conglomerate deliver this stocking stuffer in the form of “The Return Of The Dragon: The Abstract Went On Vacation”, a spin off album from Busta’s collaborative project with Q-Tip “The Abstract And The Dragon”. The Dungeon Dragon rounds up the likes of Chance The Rapper, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Gucci Mane,…
(@DiRealShaggy @djsuyano @pitbull @iamgenenoble) Suyano drops off a remixed version of Shaggy‘s “Only Love” featuring Pitbull and Gene Noble. Give it a listen below. via JWK
(@SirMichaelRocks @LouCharlesTX ) Lou Charles enlists the help of Chi-towns own and former Cool Kid, Sir Michael Rocks to give his two cents on “All Me.” Listen to the J.Rhodes produced cut below.
(@youngfutura @BeauYoungPrince @YMNOmusic) Young Futura, Beau Young Prince & YMNO, follows up their well received visual for “Gypsy Woman” with the New Years anthem “We Get Lit.” Listen below.
(@Bagstheboss @youngbuck) Southside Jamaica’s own BAG$ aka Bagstheboss remerges with a blockbuster new single “On Time” featuring G-Unit‘s Young Buck. Listen below. via VIBE
(@ASAPferg @1future) A$AP Ferg and Future take things to a “New Level” on their latest Harlem-ATL collaboration. Listen below.