New York’s RRose RRome and Maino and come together for a heavily east coast styled song over Lil Kim‘s “No Time.” Enjoy this street ready joint produced by GQ Beats below.
M.O.P. takes to the New York streets in their newly released video for “Welcome 2 Brooklyn,” featuring Maino. The song has enough grit, flash, and tension to serve as an opening number on a street movie, and the video’s sequencing only adds weight to the song’s aura. Watch the video for “Welcome 2 Brooklyn” below. . . .
DJ Kay Slay‘s “Laughing At The Haters” samples The Notorious B.I.G.‘s “What’s Beef,” creating a gloomy soundscape for guest verses from Maino, Raekwon, Jim Jones, and Tony Yayo. Look for Kay Slay’s The Original Man to release soon. Stream “Laughing At The Haters” below. (2DopeBoyz)
Multitalented singer/songwriter Maimouna Youssef supplies vintage, feel-good soul music on her new single, “Shine Your Light.” She calls for everyone to forget the troubles of the world and let the good times roll, at least for one night. Maimouna is a true vocalist, and her gorgeous voice is on prime display this time around. Stream . . .
It’s been quite sometime since we’ve heard from – or even about Jim Jones. Today, the Diplomats CEO returns with a brand new single, appropriately titled “Finesse.” The song features fellow Harlem native A$AP Ferg, Rich Homie Quan and Desiigner. Stream the Stash 808-produced “Finesse” below.
Is it possible to still fly under the radar if your song charts at No. 78 on the Billboard Hot 100? That might be the case with North Carolina’s DJ Luke Nasty and his freestyle of Anderson .Paak’s “Might Be.” The recent success of the song has netted the High Point emcee a video premiere . . .