There’s a lot going on here on this new The Game track. What starts as a nondescript love song soon comes filled with lines turns bars direct at Desiigner, and even out to Chris Brown’s ex, Karrueche. You know how Game always makes things interesting. Also, it’s Scott Storch on the beat.
“All Eyez” is available for purchase on iTunes now.
The LA Leakers just blasted off a new single from Teyana Taylor and Chris Brown. DJ Mustard laced the Adina Howard inspired track with some bass heavy sounds. Despite being a new mommy, Teyana gives her fans a reminder that she likes to get her “Freak On” — every now and again.
Not only supplying some Complex cover eye candy — as well as a pretty candid interview — Tinashe rounds out an Internet-dominating Tuesday by debuting a new single from her upcoming album, Joyride. After teaming with Mike WiLL Made It on her last release, the SoCal songstress links up with another of hip-hop’s hottest producers, Metro Boomin, and continues down the seductive trap&B path on “Ride of Your Life.”
Warning: this is as steamy as those photos you’ve been staring at all day.
When we first saw the title of this one, we thought Fetty Wap was dedicating this song to the crazy show Banshee on Cinemax, but it turns out we were wrong. Fresh off the release of Zoo16: The Mixtape, the Remy Boyz leader has released “Go Hard Boyz” for the streets, much like most of the tracks he puts out on the regular.
Drake has announced that he will drop his highly anticipated album Views From The 6 this upcoming April. “We’re here working overtime on it tryna make it everything I know it should be and the album itself will be coming in April 2016.” Are you excited?
When isn’t OVO Sound an event that must be heard? Early Saturday morning Drake teased that today’s show must be heard and followed up revealing the new episode will bring forth the world premiere of “Summer Sixteen.” The single is a banger and has Drizzy looking for revenge. Check it out below.
Drake is taking some playful jabs at two of his favorite rappers, Jay Z and Kanye West, over the track produced by Noah “40” Shebib, Boi-1da, and CuBeatz, rapping “I used to wanna be on Roc-A-Fella, then I turned into Jay / Now I got a house in LA / Now I got a bigger pool than Ye / and look man, Ye’s pool is nice / Mine’s just big is what I’m saying.”
“Summer Sixteen” is available on Apple Music and iTunes right now.
Show of hands: who still wants a joint project from Rick Ross and Drake in 2016? I thought so. Just five years ago Rozay was the hottest MC in the game (according to MTV, anyway) and Aubrey was the auspicious star eying up the throne for the taking. These days it’s Drake who’s the biggest bawse in the game, and What a Time to Be Alive has almost erased any memory of that rumored YOLO project he was prepping with Rick Ross, along with the use of the word “YOLO” (praise Jesus).
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Still, we’d be lying if we said we weren’t even slightly curious as to what Rick Ross and Drake have been sitting on all this time. Thanks to production team J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, an unreleased collaboration called “Empire” has just been let loose. It’s a typically boastful, bombastic record from the pair, but unfortunately doesn’t quite hit the heights of “Lord Knows.”
You can hear this, along with more unreleased songs from Future, Lil Wayne, T.I., Jeremih and Lupe Fiasco, on J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League’s new project J.U.S.T.I.C.E. For All, which is available here along with their new sound kit for $40.