“Hype” has quickly become one of my favorite VIEWS songs, and I’m sure that I’m not speaking for myself in that regard. Lil Wayne jumps on the remix to this high energy cut, which just premiered on OVO Sound Radio. Wayne has done extremely well to maintain relevance amidst the issues at Cash Money Records. . . .
They both hail from New Orleans, but Curren$y and Juvenile have been building their respective successes in different ways for years. They reunite with their latest collaborative release, “I Can’t Go Back.” Featuring soulful Harry Fraud production, this new release finds both Louisiana legends trading introspective bars. Stream “I Can’t Go Back” below.
Throughout “Medicine,” Boston lyricist/emcee Kwaku tells a story of his past actions in a story about the difficulties of starting a serious relationship with a girl who’s playing games with him – just as he used to do, giving him a taste of his own medicine. The track was produced by Shadowkey, Spenser Edmund, and . . .
TOULOUSE manages to make every song he releases into an emotional culmination. The talented singer/songwriter’s Extended Plea captivates as expected, with a grand total of eight soul wrenching records. The project, which was released via the Los Angeles-based Terrible Records, speaks to emotions that are often viewed as weaknesses in a very poignant way that . . .
Durham’s Danny Blaze flows with southern style on “Keep It Player” Durham, North Carolina’s Danny Blaze links with fellow Carolina native, Well$, for “Keep It Player.” It’s a funky, upbeat Hip-Hop cut that stays true to title. One of the best things about this song is that he shouts out his producer in the first . . .