Queens rapper, Bas of the Dreamville crew, delivers the music video for “Fiji Water In My Iron”, a release from his album, Last Winter. It illustrates a couple seemingly going through the natural ups and downs of their relationship. Bas is organically placed throughout the video narrating the relatable tale. Watch “Fiji Water In My . . .
Most of us were asleep last night when Bas and J. Cole dropped off “Night Job.” How appropriate. The smooth riding new release features the two Dreamville spitter trade bars shine over soulful Cedric Brown and KQuick-produced production that samples Jeremih and Shlohmo‘s “No More.” Stream “Night Job” below.
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. . . .