Nicki Minaj and Rick Ross join Meek Mill on the new track, “Dope Dealer,” produced Key Wane.
Meek Mill just released his latest mixtape, Dreamchasers 3 days ago and this seems to be one of the favorites from the set.
Get up close and personal with RaVaughn in her brand new video for her track, “Best Friend,” directed by her sister, actress Rhyon Brown and Talia Myers.
The clip features Justin Walker as the love interested. “Best Friend” is lifted from RaVaughn’s debut EP, Love Always, which dropped back in March. Make sure you guys stay on the look-out for more from RaVaughn as she works on her debut album.
Our girl Kid Sister is back!
It’s been a minute since she released her debut album, Ultraviolet back in 2009, which spawned the debut single, “Pro Nails,” featuring Kanye West and a special Concrete Loop shout out! She also released an EP entitled Kiss & Tell back in 2011, but she’s hitting us off with a brand new music video for her track, “Bed Breaker,” her take on Jackal’s dancehall track, “Shakedown (LOUDPVCK Remix).”
The Chicago native has recently relocated to Los Angeles, where she shot the music video with High5Collective. Hopefully this means we can look for another proper release from the spunky rapstress!
As Maybach Music Group signee Meek Mill gears up to release his upcoming mixtape, Dreamchasers 3, he hits fans off with a little material to hold them off until it official drops.
Check out the new track, “Make Me,” is lifted from the upcoming mixtape, which will make it’s way to fans on September 29th.
Remember Antonique Smith? She played Faith Evans in the 2009 Biggie Smalls biopic, Notorious.
Just last year she released a track entitled “Speechless,” but she is now gearing up to release her first project, and from that, her first single, “Hold Up, Wait A Minute (Woo Woo)”.
Antonique hasn’t really made a peep about what’s going on with her debut album, only tweeting about the new song, which will be made available on iTunes on October 22nd. Take a listen to the funky song above.
The masterminds of the Wondaland Arts Society bring you their latest and greatest!
Check out the funky sounds of Deep Cotton! We first introduced them to you with their debut track, “We’re Far Enough From Heaven Now We Can Freak Out,” the first offering from their debut EP, which they are appropriately titled “fixtape,” Runaway Radio.
Executive produced by Janelle Monáe, a fellow member of the Wondaland Arts Society, Runaway Radio is a seven-track suite full of the hip hop, rock, soul and punk infused sounds of the singing, producing songwriters Nate Rocket Wonder and Chuck Lightning, who are responsible for the creation of all the music on this project.
The two plan on performing and releasing more “fixtapes” in the future, but they don’t wanna overwhelm you. But be on the look out for the first visual for the “Freak Out” video. You’re sure to be entertained.
ScHoolboy Q has been enjoying success from his single, “Collard Greens,” but brings fans something new on the brand new track, “Banger (MOSHPIT).”
No telling whether or not the ultra-crunk track will appear on ScHoolboy’s debut, Oxymoron, which he plans to release later this year.
Check out Rick Ross in the visual for his lead single, “No Games,” featuring Future. The new track comes from his upcoming album, Mastermind.
The clip, brought to us by Revolt TV, features clips of Rozay and the 1983 classic film, Scarface. Ross plans to release his new album this summer.