On her latest output, A’Justice offers a dose of nostalgia, adding interpolations of hits like Britney Spears’ “Toxic,” “One Minute Man” by Missy Elliott and Juvenile’s “Slow Motion.”
The 6-track EP puts a refreshing twist on popular cuts, a well-balanced blend of the past and the future.
Sister duo VanJess flex their vocals and ping harmonies off of each other on their most recent offering about a lover who leaves you wanting more.
The come up is real and Skinnyfromthe9’s latest is an anthem for stunting on those who doubted it would happen.
24hrs is set to release a new EP on 4/20. Ahead of the drop, he put out a track with Soulja Boy.
The track feels summery with airy production. 24 uses his standard autotune, which bleeds into Soulja’s verse.
When it comes to love, YoungBoy has a specific type of woman in mind and apparently he thinks Nicki Minaj is the prototype.
Trouble hasn’t had the best of luck when it comes to dealing with the law. After serving a brief stint in Dekalb County Jail, the Atlanta native released his Edgewood album.
A Mike WiLL Made-It-produced cut titled “Selfish” is the latest to receive visual treatment. With Derek Schklar behind the lens, the video shows Trouble and his comrades walking through a mall mouthing the lyrics about fake friends and those with loose morals.
“You say you love me I ain’t seen it/All this money just got you fiendin’/You gon do next to anything for this/I tell you my dawg I seen it/Fake love my dawg won’t see it/Fuck all that dawg, I done felt it/Muhfucka be so selfish/Like yeah, I keep it pushin’ like I’m on the block/Keep it pushin you don’t rock how I rock/Keep it pushin’ like I’m on the block/Keep it pushin’ you don’t rock how I rock,” Trouble raps on the hook.