South African rap music act Morale brings back the super rap flows on his new tune titled ‘Under‘ which he features Aewon Wolf.
Morale’s on hook duty here just before he lets Aewon open the floor, then takes over from him. This is a statement track, don’t get it twisted about his wondering why haters are tryna see him Under
The song “Under” is a dope urban collabo of old skool mixed with the new skool and Durban assorted with Joburg vibes. Morale features the new skool hit maker Aewon Wolf in this bouncy club banger. The flows on this joint are diverse and were comfortably owned.
Morale never disappoints with content even on a dance floor heater like this, and Aewon is born for cool boy attitude raps and zeal on tracks
Gorillaz release another track off the deluxe edition of their upcoming Humanz album, “The Apprentice.”
With talks of their latest project being inspired by “the end of the world,” one has to wonder if the connection between the song title and a former reality-show-host-turned-POTUS is anything but deliberate.
While this track is not as heavy on the hip-hop vibes as previous drops, the beat is on that eighties- futuristic tip and both Rag N Bone Man and RAY BLK lay down some soulful vocals. Zebra Katz comes through with a closing verse, crawling over the track with his low, gravelly voice.
Wale and PnB Rock team up on “Dilemma,” a mellow banger off Wale & DJ Luna’s upcoming mixtape.
The track is heavy on the harmonies, and both artists get ample space to flex their vocal chops. “Dilemma”, which laments the conundrum of a partner who simply won’t give it up, boasts some incredibly lush production from Squat.
Atmospheric synths float in the background, while next-level percussion keeps things grounded with a steady pulse. Both artists address some unnamed love interests, while striking a tone that’s at once braggadocious and tender, largely in part to the melody.
BMG recording artist steps into the spotlight with a major co-sign from Chris Brown on the catchy single “Jiu Jitsu,” off his forthcoming debut EP.
Over an infectious production by A.O., Triza, and James Foye “Keyz” III, the emerging artist sings out to a girl that stole his heart, admitting to being swole on her love and frustrated with the games.
Breezy slides in for the second verse about his photogenic lover. “Took them naked pictures, better give me my photo credit / Body perfect but I know you’re shy / Fuck a filter, you don’t need an edit / Picture perfect for me every time,” he sings.
In the last few years, OneInThe4rest has solidified himself as one of the hottest writers and producers in the industry. Based in LA by-way-of Kansas, the singer, songwriter, rapper, producer wrote multiple songs on Chris Brown’s upcoming new album including the No. 1 single “Party.” His impressive resume includes work with rap stars such as Big Sean, French Montana, Future, Nicki Minaj, Tyga, Kid Ink and more.
“Jiu Jitsu” is the lead single off OneInThe4Rest’s forthcoming debut EP, which is slated to drop this summer.
In celebration of The Fate of the Furious opening in theaters and the release of the film’s soundtrack, D.C.rapper Rico Nasty and Lil Yachty share their featured cut, “Mamacita”. The track follows their previous gleeful collaboration “Hey Arnold,” released late last year. The album also features the likes of Lil Uzi Vert, Migos, Travis Scott, PnB Rock, Kodak Black, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Kevin Gates, Post Malone and many more.
Taken off The Fate of the Furious soundtrack, buzzing DMV femcee Rico Nasty joins Lil Yachty on “Mamacita.” Serving as the follow up to their 2016 collaboration “Hey Arnold,” the colorful pair pick up where they left off on this brand new jam.
When you think about dream collaborations Kanye West and 21 Savage isn’t a pairing, but thanks to Ducko McFli, their music sounds better than you might think. For his latest “HeyMcfli! Edit,” the Ear Drummers producer mashes up Kanye’s “Heartless” with 21’s “No Heartless” for a coldhearted remix that comes with some equally incredible artwork
Savage hits the same vein as early DMX and the Gravediggaz—the imagery is gory, and his taunts toward his targets borders on psychopathic. John Carpenter or David Lynch should direct one of his videos. “Issa Knife” memes aside, 21 is to be taken seriously. —Angel Diaz
Frank Ocean’s Beats 1 show’s Episode 5 of blonded RADIO aired early Monday morning. The show ended with the premiere of a new version of Endless song “Slide On Me” featuring a guest verse from Young Thug. Listen to it here
After debuting a new song called “Lens” — plus an alternate version featuring Travi$ Scott — on Saturday night, Frank Ocean kept the music coming during episode five of blonded RADIO on Beats 1 this morning. Taking it back to last year’s Endless visual album, Frank updates “Slide On Me” with a little help fromYoung Thug. Between “Chanel,” “Biking,” “Lens” and now this, it looks like Frank is making up for lost time in 2017.