Video: Jhené Aiko ft. Childish Gambino – “Bed Peace”
Jhené Aiko and Childish Gambino‘s calming single, “Bed Peace,” receives a visual accompaniment today, interspersed with interview footage of Jhené speaking on the importance of mental empowerment and inner peace. Watch after the break.
With Because The Internet dropping on the 10th, anticipation is in the air. Childish Gambino already dropped a lyric video for his single, “3005,” featuring the incomparable Abella Anderson. Today, we get an official video for the anthemic single, featuring Glover at an amusement park, accompanied by a large stuffed bear. Watch after the break.
Childish Gambino and Gangsta Grillz don’t seem like no-brainer collaborative partners on paper, but bottom line up front: “Sober” is quality music. The newly released record plays more to Gambino’s pop side than hip-hop, but he’s more than versatile enough to make things work amidst jazzy, new age instrumentation. We even hear Mr. Glover delve . . .
If you’re a fan of the golden era of hip-hop, The Fifth Estate‘s Stuck In The 90s project might resonate with you. He doesn’t just stop with iconic hip-hop records, though. The Texas native makes it clear that gospel has been equally valuable in his musical journey, as he incorporates covers, samples, and reinterpretations of a . . .
Following up his BJ The Chicago Kid-assisted cut “These Days,” Commonwealth-state crooner and emcee, JBdaPilot, drops off the debut track off his forthcoming These Are Dark Times project. Titled “Can’t Find You,” the Raider & Flip-produced ballad samples Justin Bieber‘s 2013 single “All That Matters.” Welcome to cuffing season. Stream “Can’t Find You” below and buy the single on iTunes.
Slum Village’s Young RJ releases his Blaq Royalty album. He drops 12 tracks featuring Pete Rock, BJ the Chicago Kid, Joyner Lucas, Statik Selektah, SupaKaine, an more. “It is written ‘Change is the Only True Constant” ….my debut album, Blaq Royalty, reflects change and growth for me musically..” – Young RJ Stream below and get your . . .