Fat Trel links up with fellow MMG representer Rick Ross for “Burn,” a somber new release produced by Beat Billionaire. The two fit well together, laying down varying rhyme schemes to keep thing interesting throughout. Stream “Burn” below.
Wale flips the script with his newly released “Clappers” remix, featuring Rick Ross, Fat Trel, and Young Thug. Unlike most of today’s remixes, this cut actually features an entirely new instrumental courtesy of Hit Boy. The energy of the original is still present, but the vibe is a bit more sophisticated and refined. Stream the . . .
Tabi Bonney gives a nod to the clubs with his latest single, “La La.” Redwine production pays homage to The Neptunes in smooth fashion. I can hear this record getting heavy play during D.C.’s forthcoming fashion week. Stream “La La” below.
As people move, so does music, borrowing and blending to reflect the different pieces of our global identities. Music is dynamic. In Nigeria today, this is afrobeats, a broad term used to describe Nigeria’s pop music. Rooted in Fela Kuti’s afrobeat, afrobeats plays with a broad array of genres, including hip hop, dancehall, grime, highlife, . . .
Hear Drake’s “Signs” in conection with Louis Vuitton’s SS18 collection for Paris Fashion Week In May, Drake shared a photo from the studio of his frequently collaborating producer Noah “40” Shebib. Speculation of new music was high and fans were on alert. Yesterday, Louis Vuitton’s style director Kim Jones announced that the brand would debut a . . .
“Well it’s Gucci Mane and GoldLink, and we got gold sinks.” GoldLink‘s “Crew” is an infectious anthem for a growing number of people, and Gucci Mane‘s addition to the At What Cost single is only going to add to its momentum. GoldLink, Brent Faiyaz and Shy Glizzy‘s contributions remain the same. Stream the “Crew” remix . . .