Atlanta’s Joe Gifted shared the Marc Diamond-directed “Water” music video back in June. Now, he is back with an official remix featuring Gucci Mane and Quavo. It’s hard to miss with two of Hip-Hop’s current heavyweights riding with you on the track. Stream the “Water” remix below and let us know what you think. Also, . . .
New Jersey’s Will North returns with “Re’d Up” William “Will North” Belton II, also known as “Bill Belton” is a recording artist from Sicklerville, New Jersey. A former American football running back for Penn State Nittany Lions, Will attended Winslow Township High School where he played quarterback and was named all state in New Jersey. He . . .
Detroit emcee, SupaKaine, delivers a smooth banger titled “What A feeling.” He rides the aid back instrumental, courtest of DaG with a flow that will put you at ease. It’s soothing but he is firm in his delivery and presence on the track. “I think I’m just speaking for how most young guys feel in . . .
Fetty Wap, Red Cafe & Fabolous join forces for “Jackpot.” Seemingly uniting under the name Dope Team, this east coast trio fits well together on this laid back Hip-Hop tune. I’m enjoying this street single and I wouldn’t mind hearing more from the three. Stream “Jackpot” below.
Desiigner drops his new single titled “Arms” ahead of his The Life of Desiigner album release. He doesn’t stray far from his typical flow and delivery, but certainly seems comfortable in the pocket he presents. The art is highlighted by a Super Mario theme and producer, 16yrsold, seemingly adds the fitting touch with the electronic synth lead. Desiigner is . . .
DJ/Producer, Marshmello, links with El Paso’s Khalid for a stirring dance ballad titled “Silence.” They’ve been quiet for too long and it’s time to let loose. Stream below and purchase “Silence” on iTunes.
DJ Envy enlists DJ Sliink & Fetty Wap for “Text Ur Number” DJ Envy is well known for his role on Power 105’s ‘The Breakfast Club,’ but when he isn’t going back and forth with Angela Yee and Charlamagne, you might catch him making music. He returns with the bass heavy, Jersey Club transitioning “Text . . .
Kelela drops a fun, dynamic visual from her forthcoming debut album Magical color schemes are always a win, so I’m excited to see them in music video performances. Kelela shines bright in the “LMK” visuals. She has a vibe and aura about her that reminds me of icons past, but I’m very interested how she . . .
22 Entertainment and Bad Half Entertainment, the imprints behind Royce’s Success Is Certain album, connect Royce Da 5’9″ and Tech N9ne together for a new track titled “Barely Human.” They flex some super human skills on the mic and have my ear buzzing, ready for new music from them. Stream the Symbolic One-produced track below. Barely Human . . .
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. . . .
Memphis Hip-Hop veteran, Juicy J, delivers the trippy, hard-hitting “Flood Watch” to get you right for the weekend. He recently linked with Smokepurpp for “Streets Love Me.” He combines with Offset to turn up on on the piano-laden TM88 production. Stream “Flood Watch below and grab the single on iTunes.
Ty Dolla $ign returns with Lil Wayne, and The-Dream to drop the official “Love U Better” music video. We’re invited to the set of an upscale party scene. Beach House 3 is on the way. Watch the Ryan Hope-directed visuals full of cameos below and buy the single on iTunes. Beach House 3 🏝 — Ty Dolla . . .
Mike Dean drops a “Goosebumps” remix Those synths and bass lines are unmistakable. Super producer, Mike Dean, drops off the tour version of Travis Scott‘s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight single, “Goosebumps” featuring Kendrick Lamar. Mike describes it via SoundCloud: My Take On Goosebumps like from the Late Night TV Shows If u like this check this out THREE . . .
Young RJ delivers thought provoking lyrics coupled with BJ The Chicago Kid‘s soulfully finessing vocals on “Issues.” The single, produced by Young RJ and Detroit’s emerging producer, DAG, finds the Slum Village rapper and Chicago crooner complementing each other well. Previously, Young RJ and BJ The Chicago Kid worked together on “Expressive,” a single off Slum Village’s album, . . .
Palm Beach, Florida’s Wifisfuneral impresses with the dark and ominous Boy Who Cried Wolf mixtape. He rides brooding instrumentals with a grit and fervor that commands your to bounce along to the beat. This 16-track project includes features from Dirty Face Smook, KiD Trunks, 458 Keez, Danny Towers, Cris Dinero, and more. Stream below.