Our cup runneth over. CHVRCHES (@CHVRCHES) shared a new song from Drive’s soundtrack and has been debuting new music at their shows as of late. Now the synth pop trio decide to set forth a Sing J. Lee directed visual aid to “Under The Tide” from their debut album The Bones Of What You Believe.…Details
MC Lyte (@MCLyte @Common) continues to push her Hip Hop Sisters Foundation #EducateOurMen initiative by dropping the official video “Dear John” in hopes of reaching black fathers to bridge the gap with their sons. Common contributes a verse to the track as well. Watch below.
ATL’s Ferrari Ferrell (@FerrariFerrell @YoungThug) and Young Thug let gunshots, synths, and snares clap off as they get all up in 12’s grill on “Call The Police”. Ferrell and Thugger dedicate the track to the many reasons to call the police on them, as if they care. Of note, Young Thug raps the “eenie, meenie,…Details
M.O.P. (@BILLDANZEMOP @FAMEMOP @BustaRhymes) reunite with Busta Rhymes for another hard hitter which isn’t as uptempo as “Ante Up” but still a banger nonetheless. “Broad Daylight” draws a classic quote from Jay Z’s “Success” for an added touch. Street Certified in stores on November 18th along with 20 Years & Gunnin box set. Listen below.
Ludacris (@Ludacris) picks up Pusha T’s infectiously hard body “Numbers On The Board” and adds some bars of his own. Listen below.
Jhené Aiko (@JheneAiko @intanetz) will be hitting the road with TDE’s very own songstress SZA and The Internet of Odd Future. The first show kicks off in December 12th at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, CA. Tickets go on sale tomorrow which you can purchase here
King Los (@IAmKingLos) shares a new record “Only One Of Me” which is the first of tracks to come as he’s signed a new deal at RCA Records. Los talks about being co-signed by Lupe Fiasco, deal with Bad Boy falling through and his rise to success over the years. Listen below and watch the…Details
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Raekwon (@Raekwon) and his Throwback Thursday series continue to flourish. This time The Chef cooks up a remix of Carl Thomas and Faith Evans “Can’t Believe” which pretty much sounds like Phone Tap. Listen below.
ScHoolBoy Q (@ScHoolBoyQ) appeared on ESPN’s Highly Questionable to talk about his early days before rap stardom. SBQ reveals how he didn’t speak to his mother for almost two years after getting out of prison because he felt embarrassed. Groovy Q also laughs about Kathy Griffin being his “secret lover” and how Danny Brown and…Details