Go-go has provided the rhythm for multiple generations of D.C. natives, but it has yet to draw the sustained national attention that other regional genres of music have enjoyed over the years. With efforts such as his Black Alley-assisted remix of Jill Scott’s “Can’t Wait,” veteran producer Tone P stands poised to shift that narrative. . . .
Tone P has had a considerable history of collaboration with Wale, stretching back to even before the Maybach Music Group signing. Today, he teams up with DJ Alizay and DJ Booth to premiere The Beats About Nothing, a new street release that compiles a number of the biggest beats he’s produced for Mr. Folarin. Stream . . .
Guwop and Breezy turn things up for the “Tone It Down” video Gucci Mane and Chris Brown connect to drop the “Tone It Down” music video. It’s dressed heavily with Asian themes from martial arts displays and sushi. There is a cinematic take on the underworld, also, as Guwop and Breezy turn up the night. . . .
With nothing but a piano and stellar vocals, Tone Stith covers Drake‘s “Madiba Riddim” from the More Life album playlist. . . whatever. Tone is phenomenal. He sits up in his high register with ease making you want to join in right along with him. With a falsetto to make admiring listeners melt, we’re looking forward . . .
Tone Stith (Chris Brown “Liquor” songwriter & producer) drops his latest single, “Get It Right.” He shows off some very smooth, rich vocals that would give some of the current top Pop/R&B acts a run for their money. The video is a brilliant accompaniment as it gives fans a behind the scenes view and brings . . .
Do you ever feel like you’re invisible? Maybe there have been moments where people did see you, but they didn’t treat you with the respect or love that everyone deserves at a basic level. Brooklyn singer/songwriter Tangina Stone puts the issues out in the open on “Matter.” Tangina sings for those that make up the . . .
Melody-driven Chicago rapper Alex Wiley is back on the map with a fifteen-track project called Village Party III: Stoner Symphony. Guest features come from the likes of Mick Jenkins, Kembe X, Mike Gao, Jay Prince, Hippie Sabotage, and more. Stream Village Party III: Stoner Symphony below via Apple Music or Spotify, and purchase the project . . .
Stream Post Malone’s debut album, Stoney Here is an album whose artist’s fans have been waiting on. It was delayed for a while now, but Post Malone‘s Stoney is finally here. Related: Post Malone strums melodically in “Go Flex” (Video) The 18-track project comes with guest features by Justin Bieber, Kehlani, Quavo, and 2 Chainz. Listen to Stoney below and . . .
The legendary Rolling Stones are back with a new single entitled “Hate To See You Go” from their forthcoming Blue & Lonesome albumm, which is due out on December 2nd. The album, which has been in the works for five years, will be helped along with the new single’s accompanying visual, which released last night. . . .
“Free C5, how the f*ck we got the boss waiting?” It was a special episode of OVO Sound Radio as it was Drake‘s 30th birthday celebration, but wait there’s more. Along with announcing a new project titled More Life due in December, he drops a new song called “Two Bird One Stone.” Here we get . . .
Gallant‘s “Skipping Stones” is a beautiful, somber track that feels relatable to many. The newly released visual accompaniment mirrors those characteristics, despite the dramatic nature of the events that actually occur. The video, which of course features Jhené Aiko, shows Gallant tied up in the back of a car as Jhené drives. It only gets . . .
The harmonies are the first thing to stand out when listening to BASECAMP‘s “In Stone,” but they’re far from the only highlight. The ambitious track features tribal percussion and postmodern instrumentation that creates a very grandiose environment for the listener. Stream “In Stone” below, and look for their In Stone EP to release on October . . .
Pulling at my heartstrings, Tone Stith‘s latest release, “Paper,” has all of the right ingredients for an R&B hit. The record is produced by B.A.M. The track gives us a relatable story of a man persuading his lady to stay, as he seeks to make her understand that his efforts are for the both of them. Stith crafts . . .
San Diego’s very own Rob $tone pulls in three unique up and comers for his “Chill Bill” remix. Virginia crooner D.R.A.M., Florida native Denzel Curry, and Boston standout Cousin Stizz each contribute their respective skillsets and personalities to the new version. Rob starts the song before passing the mic around the table. Stream the “Chill Bill” remix . . .
Amidst all of the shootings and death of black men at the hands of the police nationwide, Darius Heywood bares his soul on “Black America”. Get ready for his next project, Black Diamond, dropping July 29. July 29th @ 5:08PM #BlackDiamond pic.twitter.com/ZJTv97G3f6 — PG (@DariusHeywood) July 11, 2016 Listen to the Tone Jonez-produced track below.