Pusha T joins Damon Albarn and the actual musicians behind the cartoons for a performance of “Let Me Out,” off the Gorillaz new album Humanz, out today.
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SaveMoney’s KAMI delivers a full stream of his solo project Just Like The Movies a week before it’s scheduled to hit streaming services. I’ve been looking forward to this since he dropped “Right Now” and then followed it up with “Scene Girls.” That’s some range I can fuck with. The project was executive produced by Knox Fortune and features appearances from Vic Mensa, Towkio, Joey Purp and Sterling Hayes. Stream in full below.
Sky’s the limit for Migos as they clock their second monster feature of the week on Katy Perry’s new single “Bon Appetit.” Listen below.
2 Chainz joins Steve Aoki and Canadian duo DVBBS on their new single “Without U”.
Wale first announced the SHINE LP way back in January of 2016, and it’s been a long road getting here, but he definitely fed the streets through the wait. Tonight he’s back with his first album since 2015’s The Album About Nothing, and the project already has a few notable tracks that we’ve had in rotation. He’s joined on this project by Lil Wayne, Travis Scott, G-Eazy, Phil Adé, Major Lazer, WizKid and Chris Brown among others.
Stream in full below now.
Rich Gains of Blended Babies is getting ready to drop his solo debut project Gains later tonight, but he’s sharing one more leak ahead of its release: the very wavey “7 Digits” featuring Freddie Gibbs, vocalist and songwriter ZZ Ward and Nico Segal, fka Donnie Trumpet.
Check it out below.
In case you haven’t heard, Wale has pushed the release date for his new album SHINE up by a week and it will be arriving tonight around midnight on all streaming services and digital outlets. Last night in NYC, he held a listening and annotation session at Genius and he spit some bars from this new track “Shine Season,” which does not appear on the album’s tracklist.
Rising Boston talent Avenue is preparing to drop his new project Mass Ave & Lenox next Friday, May 5th, and today he shares some new visuals for the track “Ain’t Shit Funny,” which as you’ll hear, is heavily influenced by “You’ll See,” the classic Biggie and LOX track. Check it out above and be sure to hit the link below for our recent In The Lab piece with Ave where he discusses the sessions for the new tape, his writing and recording habits, beat selection and much more.
Previously: In The Lab with Avenue