The 10-track collection includes recent singles “Recent,” featuring DeJ Loaf and produced by Mike WiLL Made-It; “Dat Pack (Remix),” featuring Slim Jxmmi of Rae Sremmurd; “Big Dawg,” produced by Southside & Metro Boomin.
Elsewhere, the tape includes features from rap legend and fellow Queens native LL Cool J, in addition to a collection of Joey’s strongest solo work to date.
In episode 9 Sara, Iph Mr & Mrs BMW discuss financing sneakers, online shopping, dog fighting, Mos Def’s ability to back pedal, Mall Cops, The Store Bus & more! This week they also reviewed 2 indie artist’s songs.
After getting a behind the scenes look, Future drops his visuals to, Where Ya At. With Drake making an appearance, was it worth the hype?
Straight Outta Compton is on cloud 9 and the whole world wants to know more about the Compton experience. VIBE digs deep into the history of Eazy-E and the foundation behind him. The VIBE crew also reviews new masterpiece, the movie itself and everyone involved in the making of the movie. Read the cover story over, here!
Father & Son have an in-depth conversation about the blockbuster film, Straight Outta Compton that O’Shea Jackson Jr. stars in and Ice Cube produces. The two converse about O’Shea playing his father and whether or not he could handle the role, Ice Cube seeing his son on the big screen for the first time, O’Shea officially becoming an actor, watching Eazy E’s “HIV” scene and how hard it was and O’Shea performing at any time as his father. Straight Outta Compton is in theaters now.
With a style influenced by Outkast, Lupe Fiasco, and Big Pun, rising Chicago artist VEGA just released his first single entitled, “C’est La Vie.” VEGA, utilizes the french expression to paint a picture of “the life,” or more so his experience with that special someone. With “C’est La Vie,” VEGA provides a detailed, poetic memoir of an unforgettable night.
New York native Tye Colley returns with his second full project entitled ‘So Sick’. The 8 track, enirely self produced project includes all original production and only one feature, stemming from Mils Messiah. The journey started for Tye when he was 19, and the sequential order of the tracks dictate the journey he took to reach the golden age of 21, as he is now. Each song represents a milestone in the emcee’s two year grind.
Vita Limato is a 21 yr old singer/songwriter hailing from Yonkers, NY. The songstress composes and pays homage to the music she grew up listening to in the late 90’s. That smooth, authentic vibe shows through.
On episode 47 of The Juice Podcast, Billboard Senior Editor Erika Ramirez and co-host Nile “LowKey” Ivey are joined by Bridget Kelly. The singer-songwriter talks about her new 6-song EP, ‘Summer of 17,” parting ways with Roc Nation, going through an emotional quarter-life crisis, being in love (of course) and working on a new album. Bridget Kelly also chimes in on Meek Mill’s ghostwriting claims against Drake, and the difference between songwriting in R&B and in rap.
K Camp is readying the release of his debut LP, Only Way Is Up on September 4th and has just dropped off a new cut with Grand Hustle’s captain, T.I. The debut project features appearances from Snoop Dogg, Fetty Wap, T.I., Yo Gotti, French Montana, Jeremih and more. Peep the tracklist, below!
1. “Change” (feat. Jeremih)
2. “Till I Die” (feat. T.I.)
3. “Yellow Brick Road”
4. “Lil Bit”
5. “Own Boss”
6. “This Way”
7. “Who Am I” (feat. Yo Gotti)
8. “Money I Made” (feat. French Montana & Genius)
10. “B*tches N That Coupe” (feat. Bun B)
11. “Rolling” (feat. Snoop Dogg)
12. “I’m Good”
14. “Let’s Get Money” (feat. CyHi)
15. “1Hunnid” (feat. Fetty Wap)
16. “Above Water” (feat. Marian Mereba)