YB and Remedy come together to create “Fuel to the Fire”. This song features a smooth melodic hook section surrounded by verses rapped by the pair. Tune into the spoken word sections for added depth throughout. Stream “Fuel to the Fire” below.
YB releases a new self-produced song with a soulful Roy Ayers sample to give it an added familiarity and funk. He realizes that beauty is far more than skin deep and urges his lady to not hide her beautiful mind. “Vibe don’t lie 9 times out of 10. Vibe tells me beauty goes deeper than . . .
Anderson Paak showcases a warm, adventurous brand of hip-hop with “Luh You.” The newly released visual is lighthearted, featuring a diverse group of people taking turns freestyle dancing in different ways. Many romance-based releases have come out of the woodworks this weekend, but the Los Angeles-based artist’s contribution is not one to be overlooked. Watch the video for . . .
I felt a recurring sense of nostalgia as I listened to OMARtheGroove‘s Before it Gets Better. From his use of familiar samples such as Ghost Town DJs’ “My Boo” to extended Powerpuff Girls references in verses, there’s plenty to discuss. The Northern Virginia native, who also refers to himself as the Groovy Grim Reaper, employs . . .
“I like to vibe different, I need me a girl that sees the entire vision.” Bugus has been consistently releasing one fire record per week for a minute now, and his latest drop, “House Lights,” lives up to the standard that he’s set. The Paul Maxwell-produced record features a soulful sample and lyrics that touch . . .
“They’re gonna do it, anyway.” N.E.R.D.‘s “Don’t Do It” has a light vibe to it, but it addresses some heavy topics related to being Black in America. The Kendrick Lamar-featuring single carries a rock edge to it, and has plenty of energy to match. Kendrick goes absolutely bananas on his verse, as you would expect. . . .