D.R.A.M. might have another smash on his hands with “Cute.” The unorthodox Virginia singer teamed up with Charlie Heat this time around, using his falsetto to create a simple but memorable chorus over club-ready production. You may remember Charlie as the producer who helped turn “Facts” around on The Life Of Pablo. This time around he . . .
Good Music’s Charlie Heat continues his onslaught on artist’s songs by administering his “Charlie Heat” version over and over. His latest victim is the chart-topping “Panda” by Desiigner. Fans are loving Charlie’s work more and more with every remix he drops. that charlie heat version of panda 10/10 — san holo (@ragingspic) 17 May 2016 . . .
In November of last year, South Jersey’s Mir Fontane and Ish Williams let loose a single titled “Wanni Wag.” With a strong following and support from their hometown, the two paid homage to Camden’s own, Dajuan Wagner, over the Roca Beats track. Now we have an interesting development as GOOD Music’s Charlie Heat (also a . . .
Valentine’s Day is the perfect day, and D.R.A.M. is on it with a new video for his infectious, Charlie Heat-produced single, “Cute.” The video features the Virginia native and his puppet doppelgänger hitting the streets and the bars in search of love. Watch the video for “Cute” below.
In case you were wondering, Kehlani is an Akon fan. How do I know? Well, I don’t for sure, but I wouldn’t be against it. The most obvious piece of evidence comes from her latest release, “Undercover,” which finds her interpolating Akon’s “Don’t Matter.” This song, which released via Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show, . . .
Ty Dolla Sign’s Campaign project is here! Taylor Gang’s Ty Dolla Sign sets free his latest project, Campaign. It’s a 15-track mixtape featuring fa favorites like Future, Migos, Travis Scott, Trey Songz, and more. Stream it below and grab your copy on iTunes. 1. $Intro 2. $ 3. Campaign feat. Future 4. $$$(Where) feat. Migos . . .
Ain’t no prolly! Sevyn’s new banger is sure to get the party started. Sevyn Streeter links up with Gucci Mane for her new singe, “Prolly.” This is an act a fool anthem that finds the two letting loose and allowing the braggy flows to fly. Sevyn is feeling herself “Did I go too far tonight? . . .
It’s been a long time coming, but it has been a well planned journey on the way to Mir Fontane‘s Who’s Watching The Kids project. In November, we got the first taste of what was to come with the single release of “Wanni Wag” with fellow New Jersey representer, Ish Williams. The Roca Beats-produced track . . .
Mir Fontane drops his latest single, “Space Jam” as he gears up for his upcoming Who’s Watching The Kids release. Over a Kev Rodgers-produced instrumental with the help of Kam DeLa on background vocals, he raps/sings a story of heartbreak which result in a young woman’s jaded outlook on love. #SPACEJAM w/ @Kam_Dela on the 🎹 A video . . .
It’s been a huge year so far the southside of New Jersey and at it’s forefront is Camden’s Mir Fontane. With collaborations with artists/producers like Mike Zombie, Tsu Surf, and Charlie Heat under his belt, he seems to be on the right track to shine a light on his hometown. Recently, he visited Sway In . . .
Jersey’s frequent collaborators Mir Fontane and Ish Williams are back at it again with visuals for the Kev Rodgers-produced “Arizona.” It’s dark, ominous, and arguably deserving of an Arizona Beverages sponsorship. The two have sure sense of confidence after their Wanni Wag collaboration with Charlie Heat and Mike Zombie. We look forward to what Mir . . .
New Jersey rapper, Tsu Surf, recently released his highly anticipated Newark mixtape. He is a seasoned rapper on the battle circuit, but he is surely on his way to making his way into a more prominent, mainstream scene. The 15-track body of work features guest appearances from Joe Budden, Emanny, Styles P, Jadakiss, Louie V Gutta, Luccie Fontane, . . .
Los Angeles producer Exile emerges from his dark cave to grace us with an unexpected new instrumental album, Zip Disks & Floppies. With a discography including Blu, Aloe Blacc, and Fashawn, the veteran set out to stand on his own this time. He crafted this project using the MPF 2000 XL, his favorite machine, but . . .