I am so proud of AMARA LA NEGRA for jumping into the entertainment scene full force through her saucy style and breakout role on 'Love and Hip Hop Miami'. Amara La Negra has released the video for "What a Bam Bam," directed by Montoya el Duro, which follows La Negra through a festive Miami pool party. “What a Bam Bam” samples Sister Nancy’s classic dancehall staple “Bam Bam,” a savvy intergenerational hat tip to another afro-diasporic pioneer, says remezcla.com. And now we have access to the audio for La Negra's newest single, "Insecure", which shows off the soft side of her musicality.
In this new candid video, promoting CHRIS BROWN’s documentary, “Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life”, Brown gets candid about his turbulent relationship with fellow superstar, RIHANNA. When that infamous highly publicized fight happened between the two after they attended Clive Davis’ Grammy event in February 2009, I remember thinking to myself...relationships between two beautiful rich successful lovers are the ones that are suppose to work out. A lot of people were living vicariously through Rihanna and Chris Brown and was rooting for them. It was one of those deep tragic moments that haunted Chris Brown until this very day. Check out the video…
We're sending a huge salute JAY ELECTRONICA for dropping "LETTER TO FALON", his new joint inspired by and dedicated to Kevin Durant. After sending a series of Tweets which spoke about how KD's performance in the NBA finals led him to drop a new song, Jay Electronica stated, "Letter to Falon is dedicated to all who are pushing forward through adversity, hard trials and hate from the naysayers. Keep going."
CONSEQUENCES OF SOUND: "The Wild’s production is absolutely modern, but many of these beats have a dark edge that pairs much better with the angry flow Raekwon has perfected over the past three decades. “This Is What It Comes Too” immediately recalls classic ’90s Raekwon. The New York MC effortlessly drops vivid, hard-hitting lines like, “Stroke my bullets with cyanide/ So when they touch you that’s a case closed.” Raekwon spits an endearing recount of the life of Marvin Gaye on “Marvin”. The song features a big hook from CeeLo Green, who cuts through this boom-bap track like an outstretched hand pulling the cut into 2017. “Marvin” and “I Have Nothing” both come with the boom-bap foundation that should please Raekwon’s longtime fans."
Childish Gambino's 'Me and Your Mama' appears on new album 'Awaken, My Love!' due next month. Rolling Stone writes, "The six-minute, three-part song begins quietly and builds to a soulful, grooving affair with a female gospel-tipped chorus, before it ratchets up into a stomping blues-funk second passage where Gambino's passionate vocals kick in. "Do what you want/ I'm telling you/ Let me into your heart/ Can't stand it, backhanded/ They want to see us falling apart/ You know that I love you/ So let me into your heart," he sings, eschewing rap in favor of a raw, intense approach. Following the cacophonous midpoint, the song culminates with winding instrumentals, ushering in a cathartic ending to the sprawling composition."
Protect Ya Neck Records legend, BORN DIVINE, teams up with Multi-Grammy Platinum artist, NEYO, for a bass lit rewindable R&B infused Hip Hop hit, "NO SECRETS". BORN DIVINE, who is known for creating music that's transcendent and reinventive, revisits golden era sounds and aims for maintaining the high standards of his genre. Hailing from Baltimore, BORN DIVINE has established himself as a respected established act, backed by a loyal audience that gravitates toward his throwback lyricism. And in its subject matter, its sound, and most crucially, its vulnerability, "No Secrets" is a piece for the ladies that could soundtrack a romantic interlude for years to come.
You have to have big balls to be the self-proclaimed, "Trappa's Favorite Cracka", but South Florida Rapper, WHITE DUDE, holds up that sentiment with his deep knowledge of elemental Hip Hop and with his noticeably fire lyrics. Known for his versatility, WHITE DUDE combines ubiquitous concepts with unique word schemes reminiscent to the glory days of hip-hop yesteryear. His circuitous approach to generating great music yields fantastic results like his conscious hit single, "Everything Happens For a Reason".
CASH MARLEY of YCEMG found the perfect moment to drop his potent new single, "GET IT IN", which is sure to be crowned the South's HOTTEST new anthem. Marley's banger introduces us all to new dimensions of dope Hip hop and will catapult him further into super stardom. The influential hip-hop rapper/producer's music has two distinct sides: a uniformly strong rap side and a street side that is just as engaging and distinctive. When asked about what makes him tick, Cash Marley states, "I just wanna tell my story and help a #hustla get thru a day."
"Skrillex has joined with Rick Ross for a new song from the soundtrack to the superhero movie Suicide Squad. “Purple Lamborghini” debuted today on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show. Skrillex and Rozay also spoke with Lowe, telling him that Jared Leto will appear as the Joker in the song’s upcoming music video. Rozay added that he plans to release a new album before the end of 2016. " (Pitchfork)