Nessly has a finesser mentality on “Lonzo Ball!” He pays a tribute, of sorts, the newly signed Los Angeles Laker while spitting autotune-laced lyrics boasting about his loads of money and lovely women.
Nessly is new to me, but I had a good feeling about his Solo Boy Band project when I saw the likes of Take A Daytrip and Wondagurl on the production credits. The Atlanta native has already gotten cosigns from a number of influential artists and OVO Sound Radio, but this project represents his first . . .
As Jarreau Vandal gears up for his Suburb Superhero EP, he releases a unique collaboration with BMB Spacekid and Jelani Blackmon called “Rabbit Hole.” The new drop has a quirky but enticing feel to it, as Jelani proves himself to be equally adept at creating infectious choruses and nuanced verses. Stream “Rabbit Hole” below.
Desiigner drops his new single titled “Arms” ahead of his The Life of Desiigner album release. He doesn’t stray far from his typical flow and delivery, but certainly seems comfortable in the pocket he presents. The art is highlighted by a Super Mario theme and producer, 16yrsold, seemingly adds the fitting touch with the electronic synth lead. Desiigner is . . .
Detroit emcee, SupaKaine, delivers a smooth banger titled “What A feeling.” He rides the aid back instrumental, courtest of DaG with a flow that will put you at ease. It’s soothing but he is firm in his delivery and presence on the track. “I think I’m just speaking for how most young guys feel in . . .
Ghanian born, Los Angeles-based soul artist Moses Sumney delivers stunningly beautiful sounds with the help of some equally talented friends on his latest single, “Quarrel.” Specifically, he connects with the multitalented Thundercat, Las Vegas producer Cam O’bi, and KING’s Paris Strother to create an almost hypnotizing blend of soul and electronic that only serves to increase . . .