T.I. is back with today’s release of his latest single and music video “Dope,” featuring Marsha Ambrosius, produced by Dr. Dre. Tip lays down his lyrics easy like Sunday morning with the new track also sampling Aaliyah’s “Rock the Boat.” T.I. is fully aware of the potential greatness of this new song and the company this track keeps, rapping in the song’s first verse, “Truth is for real, feel like Dre and Pharrell / Mixed with Eric B and Rakim shorty, hell on a scale / And still the game enticing me, like every time I see her / They like to pop a seal, high enough to see Aaliyah.”
The video for “Dope” is currently exclusive to Tidal as his new album The Dime Trap is also expected to be. Earlier this year, Tip signed a distribution deal with Jay Z‘s Roc Nation and Tidal companies for the release of his forthcoming LP and tenth studio album.
It sounds like T.I. is coming back for his crown. Hit play below and let us know what you think.
50 Cent and Chris Brown once again hit the studio to create something magical. Fresh off of their remix to “I’m the Man,” Fif and Breezy collab for “No Romeo No Juliet,” which is expected to be featured on Fif’s upcoming album Kanan Reloaded, a follow-up to December’s The Kanan Tape.
The two entertainers exchange some pretty impressive bars, (yes, Chris Brown is rapping) which leads one to think that Drake may not actually be in a lane all by himself. Chris Brown brings his A’ game and 50 Cent brings the G’ out.
What more can I say about this track other than, “You can find it below.”
It’s been two years since Drake has dropped a formal album, but today that has all changed. Right now you can stream Drake’s new album Views aka the album formerly known as Views From The 6 onApple Music or by clicking here. Check out the tracklist below to help you along the way.
The tracklist does not mention any features, however Drizzy revealed on his Instagram that Future, Rihanna, Pimp C, PARTYNEXTDOOR, DVSN, WizKid and Popcaan are featured on the album. With that being said, it looks like the Jay Z and Kanye version of “Pop Style” did not make the final cut.
Ariana Grande is no stranger to working with some of Hip Hop’s finest, so it’s no real surprise that her new album features some of the hottest in the game right now. However, what is a surprise is that her new single features Mr. Young Money himself, Lil Wayne.
Listen to the new track titled “Let Me Love You” featuring Lil Wayne below and check out the full track list to Dangerous Woman below, which also features Future, Nicki Minaj, and R&B soul singer Macy Gray.
Just when we thought the Golden State Warriors were the greatest team assembled, Uncle Murda puts together his own triangle offense for the official remix to his “Right Now” track. The remix features Hip Hop heavyweights Future, Fabolous, and Jadakiss.
The rap pack delivers as expected over the Metro Boomin production. Each emcee provides dope bars that will leave you in withdrawal.
The “Right Now” remix is filled with punchlines and plugs, so just be prepared before you hit play below. There’s a real good chance that you will be coming back for more.
Still riding the Royalty wave, Chris Brown delivers yet another remix to his bedroom mannered hit “Back To Sleep.” For this sexy encounter he brings out August Alsina, Trey Songz, and Miguel. Each singer drops in and gets right to business.
Back in February Breezy released the Usher and Zayn featured remix, which would make his second remix of”Back To Sleep.” But don’t be surprise if Brown drops a third remix. Rumors have already spread about a third remix featuring Bryson Tiller, Tyrese, and Tank.
Check out Chris Brown’s “Back To Sleep” remix remix below.
Drake’s Views From The 6 is set to drop this month, so with that being said, it appears that Drizzy season is finally upon us. Today Drake officially kicked off the highly anticipated season with the release of two brand new singles. The first track is titled “Pop Style” and features Jay Z and Kanye West aka ‘The Throne’ and the other features WizKid and Kyla called “One Dance.”
The songs aren’t streaming just yet on Apple Music, but you can preview “Pop Style” here, and “One Dance” here.