The Get Down Part II is out on NetFlix. It should come as no surprise that such a hip-hop centric show features music by a diverse array of artists including Nas, 6lack, Alessia Cara, Lil Yachty, and The Get Down Brothers (of course). Stream The Get Down Part II soundtrack below.
The second season of The Get Down is available on NetFlix, and with it comes a new Nas song called “Angel Dust.” Sampling a groovy Gil Scott Heron song of the same name, the new record finds Nas in his element as a storyteller once again as he gives us a snapshot of 1980’s drug . . .
Los Angeles-based songstress Tinashe has dropped off a new relationship-centric single called “Flame” for the people. Expect this one to get plenty of radio play for months to come. Keep it locked for more information about the talented vocalist’s Aquarius follow up. Stream the Stargate and BloodPop-produced “Flame” below.
“To be the Queen of rap, you can’t have a ghostwriter.” Man. I thought it was going to be a regular Saturday, and then I opened up my SoundCloud feed and saw that Remy had decided to take things up fifteen notches with “Shether.” Nicki Minaj fired some errant shots in Remy’s direction on Gucci . . .
Tinashe dropped the video for her single “Company,” a liberating song centered around female sexuality. In line with the feel and the lyrics of the song, Tinashe and her assembly of male and female background dancers can be seen performing non-stop, edgy choreography. It looks like Tinashe has started 2017 off right, and hopefully she . . .
“Folarin Like” is a good look. I’m not sure if it was J. Cole calling Wale out that specifically got him back on his A game, but the man has been on a mission as of late. After dropping “Groundhog’s Day,” the DMV-hailing lyricist is back again with an impressive free verse over Nas‘s iconic . . .
To say that this project is “star-studded” might actually be an understatement. Broadway play The Hamilton is given a new set of wings by its newly released mixtape, which includes guest appearances from the likes of Nas, The Roots, Usher, Alicia Keys, Common, Wiz Khalifa, Sia, Miguel, Chance the Rapper, Busta Rhymes, Ashanti, Ja Rule, . . .
Baltimore-based creative connoisseur J. Robb is back again with a unique spin on Nas that actually combines two of his songs, “The World is Yours” and “Owe Me Back.” In “Owe The World,” J. takes a step back from his well known speaker knocking style and follows a Kaytranada-like blueprint, using “The World Is Yours” as the . . .
While we wait for the official release date for her JOYRIDE album, Tinashe seems content to be seductively dancing in a motel room, via her new video for “Just Say.” There are plenty of things to appreciate about this clip, and the choreography is one of them. Watch the video for “Just Say” below.
It’s apparent that Nas‘s album is definitely on the way, even if you haven’t heard the song on Khaled’s album. The legendary emcee is being seen more than we’ve seen him in years. For his most recent appearance, he stopped by The Jimmy Kimmel show to discuss his business ventures, his first celebrity interaction and . . .
“World startin’ to change, and you actin’ the same” Robin Thicke and Nas aren’t a likely collaboration on paper, but they join forces to create a salient listen on “Deep.” The newly released track has multiple layers, as Nas chooses to address topics such as police violence and his disdain for Donald Trump while Robin . . .
Nas‘s “One Love” will forever hold a special place in the hearts of many in its original form, but Telescope Thieves‘s new remix of the Illmatic standout track. The mood isn’t too far from that of the original, though this one has more of a modern feel. Stream “One Love” below.
West Coast mainstay Tinashe reappears with a steamy, glitchy new single called “Company.” Expect this joint to appear on her upcoming JOYRIDE album. Tinashe definitely sounds very enticing as she asks for Stream “Company” below, and watch the visual accompaniment as well.
I admit it. I’m not a massive admirer of DJ Khaled. However, his recently released Major Key album could of possibly been the start of me eating my words. One of the highlights from the album came in the shape of a collaboration with nasty Nas. Not only does it confirm the fact Nas’ next studio . . .
If you listen to Burman (@BurmanFree) rap, it’s pretty easy to see that he has all the tools of a star in the making. Bars, charisma, and the ability to construct a quality song, front to back. Burman submitted “Last”, the 1st single from @TheMixCrew‘s #TheTwitterMixtape, and never has elevator music been molded into something so . . .