Harlem rapper, Dave East, is back with part 2 of his Paranoia series. After dropping his Paranoia: A True Story EP last year, Dave East returns with the project’s second edition, Paranoia 2. The 15-track album includes features from Tory Lanez, T.I., Lloyd Banks, Marsha Ambrosius, and more. Stream Paranoia 2 EP below and download your copy from iTunes.
It’s been a year since GoldLink cemented his quick rise with the release of his debut album, And After That, We Didn’t Talk. The DMV-bred emcee has been known to dabble in more than just hip-hop, and he reasserts that with “See I Miss Pt 2,” which includes a guest feature from the one and . . .
The legend from Atlanta, T.I. himself, is back with “Dope,” a smooth, modern single featuring Marsha Ambrosius and sampling Aaliyah. This track was produced by Dr. Dre, and samples “Rock The Boat.” T.I. finds himself on the more calm side of the artistic spectrum on this cut. Look for more information on T.I.’s upcoming The . . .
As he continues to ready his next project, God Money War, King Los has released “War” to give us a taste of what is to come. “War” is set up by a peaceful instrumental produced by Anomaly and Da Internz, but it’s King Los’s wordplay and delivery that set up the “war-like” conflict. Added vocals by Marsha . . .
Marsha Ambrosius has been bombarding us with music lately; in a good way, of course. From her cover of Sade‘s “Stronger Than Pride” to the release of her 6-track EP FVCK&LOVE, she’s been making sure that we stay on our toes. Now, the London native just released the lead single from her upcoming LP Friends . . .
The veteran spitter Tech N9ne is officially back on the map with the release of his latest album, The Storm. The project is deep, coming in at 32 songs total with guest features from Logic, Problem, Krizz Kaliko, Marsha Ambrosius, Boyz II Men, Joyner Lucas, and more. Stream The Storm below, and purchase via iTunes.
Common releases the Black America Again LP Chicago’s hip-hop veteran, Common, returns with his 15 track Black America Again album. He secures high flying features from Stevie Wonder, Marsha Ambrosius, BJ the Chicago Kid, John Legend, and more. Stream the album below and download it on iTunes.
Well, it’s not The Chronic, but fans worldwide can still rejoice at the prospect of a new album from the one and only Dr. Dre. Compton is a star-studded affair inspired by the N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton. Running in at sixteen tracks total, the project includes features from Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, The . . .
Singer-songwriter Stacy Barthe prepares to launch her debut album, Becoming, with the release of a full album stream. The grammy nominated New Yorker, who has already penned songs for a number of artists such as Marsha Ambrosius, Rihanna, and Katy Perry, includes seventeen tracks of emotive power, all featuring her serene vocal delivery. The album, due for . . .
ESSNTL brings light, summery vibes for Session 027 of Earth To Your Brain radio. With this series, diversity is never an issue. This release includes music from N*E*R*D, TroyBoi, Majid Jordan, Cee-Lo, Tinashe, Pharrell, Tom Misch, Dwele, Common, and more. As always, Session 029 of ETYB is presented in conjunction with Ethereal and Artistic Manifesto. . . .
fwdslxsh is back. The London-based producer had an explosive 2013, highlights of which include breaking out in style with his Last Night in Paris crew’s debut EP Roses+, and, following a string of enticingly emotional releases, a collaboration with Tajan that premiered through Soulection, becoming one of just two tracks to reach a million plays . . .
The location? Toronto. The details? Only the two occupants of Room 1408 know, and they’ve long since departed to unknown destinations. All we are left with is the soundtrack, which speaks of lust, desire, intimacy, and love. This is the premise of Love In Room 1408, an original mix curated and mixed by A.M. favorite DrewsThatDude. Drews is . . .
If you love soulful piano keys and powerful vocals, you’re in the right place. Timothy Bloom has already used his producing and writing talents to aid the likes of Ne-Yo, Chris Brown, and Smokey Robinson. Now, he’s preparing to release the solo work he’s been shaping for the past two years or so. If “Stand . . .