Berkeley’s own Rexx Life Raj recruiting Oakland’s G-Eazy for “Forever Lit” just screams Bay Area. The holidays are looking extra special in light of their upcoming albums: Rexx Life Raj’s Father Figure 2 on November 17 and G Eazy’s The Beautiful And Damned on December 15! It’s forever LIT, and the turn up is REAL! Listen below!
New York’s own Dave East will make you want to do the “Harlem Shake” after listening to “Don’t Try Me,” featuring Lil Uzi Vert. 2017 is looking brighter than Christmas lights (can you tell I’m excited for the holidays?) for Dave East, especially with his project Paranoia 2 dropping sooner than we expected. Also, when
Banger alert! Blackbear is back with a brand new single titled “Gucci Linen” featuring 2 Chainz. This collaboration comes out of nowhere, but they definitely keep it GUCCI! With Blackbear’s mellow vibes, and 2 Chainz’ raw delivery, this song was made to be a hit. Fans can be excited for Blackbear’s upcoming project, cybersex, which also features
“Rollinem 7’s” by N.E.R.D. featuring André 3000 will have “everybody doing the weather dance.” It’s been over a week since the legendary group’s premiere of No_One Ever Really Dies at ComplexCon. While most folks were ready to hear new project with eager ears, “Lemon” was a familiar one for the books.Still want more? We got
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!