Off the latest album from Ryan Hemsworth, Alone For The First Time.
Check out the music video for “Ray Gun” off of BADBADNOTGOOD and Ghostface Killah’s upcoming project, Sour Soul, out February 24th. The video stars Odd Future’s Left Brain as the lead role.
The visual treatment for “Detroit VS. Everybody” is here, featuring the entire lineup – Eminem, Royce Da 5’9”, Big Sean, Dej Loaf and Trick Trick.
New York producers and DJs, The Chainsmokers, put together a sweet remix of Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne’s track, “Real Love”. These dudes never fail when it comes to remixing songs, so take a listen below and go check out the rest of their tracks on Soundcloud.
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Check out this dreamy music video from bubbling New York singer, Stella, for her playfully uplifting song “Friends”. Although she’s the daughter of the rock legend Carlos Santana, Stella is paving her own path with a beautifully unique sound powered by her sultry vocals and lyrics. She elegantly flows over the euphoric production from Caswell Fontaine, and does so throughout her entire collection of tracks which you can listen to on her Soundcloud.
If you’re digging Stella, check out her next live performance in New York on February 23rd at Rockwood Music Hall.
Lil Wayne apologizes to his fans for the repeated delay of The Carter V, with a new mixtape. Sorry 4The Wait 2 contains some freestyles, some new tracks and features from Drake, 2 Chainz, and Christina Milian.
Following months of controversial twitter rants, Lupe Fiasco is welcomed back to the ‘best emcee’ conversation with the release of his fifth studio album, Tetsuo & Youth. After what many true Lupe fans would consider a musical drought since the release of The Cool or better yet since he signed with Atlantic Records, it’s safe to say this is his best project since. It’s obvious that he’s got a lot to say and he does just that with a ferocious energy on every single track, with the wordplay skills that we fell in love with on Food & Liquor. You can stream the entire album now via Spotify below! Let us know how you feel about it.
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