Produced by Thelonious Martin, “Autobahn” is perfectly crafted to make you feel like you could almost defy gravity. For those of you looking to unwind, hit the weed once, press play, and tell me your problems aren’t solved. E36 coming soon.
The A1 C.E.O. brings the “U.O.E.N.O.” remix back to life with a new verse from Mr. All Gold Everything.
Major Lazer grabs Bruno Mars, 2 Chainz, Tyga and Mystic for the remix of “Bubble Butt,” which originally popped up on Free The Universe.
The upstart singer coming out of the northern parts of California shows off a unique style over billowing, melodic, and almost eerie production — call it bedroom trap. Maryann also puts some rhyming on display by adding a verse to the end of the N8 the Gr8-produced “Slow Motion” single, set to appear on her upcoming project Futuristic Love.
I don’t understand how some of y’all are still sleeping on the kid from the West Coast. Dr. Zodiak and Sicfuc divulge into a plethora of narcotics, sure to take away all of YG’s problems.
The green gold is the only thing on Count and Moonie’s minds in the new visuals for their Southside and TM88-produced “Commas.” Murda Ma$e and Weezy F. also join the Chicago vets to complete the trifecta on the money making anthem. Directed by The Ghettonerd Company.
If you don’t know by now ‘Su has a long list of bangers and just one of the many is “100 Grand.” For the remix he grabs Juve, Problem and Kool John and they all go dumb while they perform.
We came to love his music while he was a Cool Kid, but as Chuck Inglish continues to evolve his catalogue with the release of an EP that serves as the pace car for Convertibles. Travi$ Scott, Asher Roth, Buddy, and a few others show up throughout the 9 tracks. Download/stream Droptops below.
Not a day goes by that I don’t think about what my future children might look like with Ms. Aiko and I wouldn’t mind getting an album from her either. Take a few minutes to get lost in “Comfort Inn Ending” while we wait for the Def Jam songstress’ debut Souled Out.
Birdman and Rick Ross had so many old tracks laying around they both ultimately decided the best option was to drop a new collaborative project and oversaturate themselves. Eleven tracks from 2008, with features from Kevin Rudolf, Mack Maine, and Gudda Gudda. Download/stream The H: The Lost Album Vol. 1 below.