Happy birthday to Omarion and with it comes new music. He slows things down from his pop hits to reflect on the r&b cut, “It’s Whatever.” Listen to the G. Ry-produced song below.
Never in the history of blackdom did I anticipate seeing Omarion, Ghostface Killah and knxwledge on the same track together, but it’s 2016 and “I Aint Even Done” is here. knxwledge, an experimental instrumentalist who had a big breakthrough as the producer of “Momma” on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, lays down a flute-driven . . .
As promised, Omarion has arrived with the 3rd installment of his Care Package mixtape series. Care Package 3 is an 8-song project featuring BJ The Chicago Kid (“Game Over“), Rich Homie Quan, Kehlani, and Problem. Maybach O has definitely been paying attention to recent pop culture with song titles like “Netflix and Chill”, “Whip It”, and “Lit”. As mentioned . . .
Omarion dishes out “Game Over”, a new single that revisits the tones of a panty dropper’s past in Sex Playlist. Featuring BJ The Chicago Kid, this sensual track is slated to land on Care Package 3. The song’s production is a smooth flip of Tamia‘s “Love Falls Over Me” instrumental that finds Omarion putting it to good . . .
What seems to be a collaboration that was left off of King Los‘s “God, Money, War” project has been released and is being enjoyed all in it’s own right. “90s Interlude” is a 2 minute cut that includes a smooth hook from Omarion to top off Los’s well constructed verse. Stream “90s Interlude” below.
Veteran vocalists Omarion and Jeremih team up for “Show Me,” a smooth duet dedicated to the ladies. The Internz-produced track calls for openness and adventurousness without going overboard. Stream “Show Me” below. (Boi-1da)
The Maybach Music Group imprint tends to have a polarizing effect on the development of its artists. Artists such as Rick Ross and Meek Mill seem completely at home amidst the label’s signature powerful production. A host of other artists still seem to struggle finding their place in the scheme of things. Wale and Stalley . . .
Associating Omarion with Maybach Music Group is still a foreign concept to many of us, but “Love & Other Drugs,” the lead single to his forthcoming project, Care Package 2, helps to ease the transition. Sleek production by Pac Div associate Swiff D and D&D provides a powerful backdrop for the former B2K frontman’s harmonies . . .
Capricorns are generally just God-like people. Aaliyah was my first bit of confirmation that my sign was ordained by the creator him/her/itself. “One In A Million” turned 19 today and with that a whole bunch of feels came, also. My memory earlier than 10 is hazy, but I do remember being 6 years old, (illegally) . . .
It’s been a good season for Anderson .Paak. The expressive vocalist has been seen all over the place as of late, and for his latest magic trick he drops a smooth funky cut called “Am I Wrong” featuring production by Pomo, backup vocals from Omarion, and a guest verse from TDE heavy hitter ScHoolboy Q. . . .
Toronto is a burgeoning scene for music culture, whether the rest of the world chooses to recognize it or not. Two major players in the scene, R&B songstress Andreena and DJ extraordinaire Lissa Monét, have connected once more to release a highly anticipated mix project called #DearGyalMixtape Vol. 1, inspired by the revolutionary #Baregyal event series. #Baregyal . . .
Now this is a pleasant surprise. What are the most important things we learned from watching Fetty Wap perform “Trap Queen” last night on Jimmy Kimmel? First of all, Fetty and Phony Ppl make a damn good combination. The Brooklyn band did a great job of stepping in and crafting a live version of “Trap . . .
For many people worldwide, Valentine’s Day is a time for romance and gestures of love. For others, the focus might be focused more on sensual desires and steamy affairs. Nothing wrong with either approach. Brooklyn-based producer & DJ The Letter “C”‘s The Look Of Lust mix is the perfect addition to an adventurous weekend with . . .
How do you stand out as a producer when hip-hop is over-saturated beyond belief? Sheer, unadulterated quality. DrewsThatDude provides just that with KAMI, his brand new five-track EP. Andrew is commonly referred to as “The Synth God,” and KAMI is a shining example of his melodic prowess. KAMI takes listeners through an array of different . . .