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.
The Discovery I arrived at my office with no intent of doing any work. I sent a few emails so everyone knew I was present but each message was extremely brief so I can avoid being asked to do anything. It was quiet, paperwork was stacked, and I decided to do what any adult would: get . . .
“Down for whatever, you ain’t gotta second guess.” Queens, New York native MRG stands apart from the pack with confident, melodic delivery on “Bet.” The new release carries a laid back vibe, but you can still feel the hunger and intensity boiling through his lyrics. Listeners can draw an array of emotions from the instrumental . . .
I like Adele. Tim likes Beyoncé. We’re both good friends, but given the results of the Grammys nearly a week ago, you’d get the sense that we shouldn’t be. The whole coverage surrounding the Grammys is symbolic of the very pernicious trend of division in our culture that seems to infect everything it touches and . . .