If you’re into real Hip Hop, you’ll definitely vibe with “Chirpin” by Pell. He addresses the problems with social media when you have a lot going on outside of that. The first impression I had was just from the title itself: “chirp, chirp” can be translated to “tweet, tweet,” a reference to Twitter. He raps,
Cue Wiz’s famous laugh. If you’re day one Wiz fan, you’re in for a treat. His new mixtape Laugh Now, Fly Later comes equipped with 10 bangers and sees Wiz reverting back to his old sound. The project’s lead single, “Letterman,” has Wiz staying true to himself while referencing former Late Show host David Letterman. #TGOD.
This is what happens when two of the baddest bitches in Hip Hop link up. Now, Remy Ma and Lil Kim, both from New York, trade verses on “Wake Me Up.” One thing’s for sure, both artists go HAM on their verses. And well, there’s definitely shade, to say the least. Listen below!
“I might have to fuck around and call Kamaiyah”… and let her know that her surprise mixtape Before I Wake bangs. The titles of the tracks alone (“Me Against Myself,” “Therapy,” “The Wave”) speak for itself. This project proves the Bay Area rapper is here to connect with her listeners about her story, and the overall
HBK Gang’s own Iamsu stays reppin’ for the Bay Area. Need proof? Peep “Talk To ‘Em” and you’ll have your answer. This is just one of many praiseworthy tracks. Add this to the list of tracks slated to be on his new project Boss Up. Listen below!
Motivation Mondays in full effect. Now, R&B singer Ye Ali recruits K Camp for another banger called “Wedding Bands.” “Married to the money” is the only mantra here. Listen below!
Don’t get #FOMO with Skeme’s Second Notice EP, which includes three fire tracks from the Inglewood rapper. This is the perfect teaser to Skeme’s Overdue album, slated to drop in 2018. Listen to”Won’t Judge You,” “Solid,” and “High Notes” below!
And it was worth the wait. Let’s admit it, any Nicki verse is a memorable one. After teasing fans that the record was done, it’s finally here. She raps, “I been winnin’ all my life/on a roll, it’s a dice.” I guess that’s the way her life goes! This is that Nicki, this is that
New song alert! Make way for “Pull Up N Wreck” by Big Sean featuring 21 Savage, produced by Metro Boomin. With a trio like this, there’s no way this record can fail. Listen up, Big Sean is “the overanalyzing type” and raps that he “separate myself to connect the dots.” Yeah, Sean Don, go on
Ya’ll remember how annoyed we were to wake up to a U2 album in our iTunes? Likeeee, ain’t nobody got time for that. But, hear me out. Or better yet, hear “Get Out of Your Own Way” by U2, featuring Kendrick Lamar. To me, this song is not just a song. It’s a fucking anthem.