Produced by Slot-A
The artist formerly known as Scheme drops off some brand spankin’ new music, this one he’s calling “807AM En Nuevo Laredo.” Some good old raps, with a hard ass beat, paired with revolutionary talk — you know how Navarro does. Spin and share below.
Directed by TDF Media Group
The incomparable duo of Blanco and Bodi return with their first lady Lanipop in tow for “Screenshot.” As I said last week, hit that young shift, command, three to take a screenshot of said post. If not, press play and move along.
Both Syrup & Sauce and Politics are due out later this year.
Directed by Nick Brazinsky
Ric Jilla goes all the way in on this one — and talks about some real life business. Sharks, biters, copycats and frauds all get addressed. As well as fiscal responsibility. The gist of the track: be original, be yourself, and be smart. Real spit, finally.
Produced by Na$im Williams.
It’s always good to hear new music from Doc and today, he gives us a new joint to hold us over until his debut effort impacts in the near future. Doc’s got a few things he wants you to know, so hit the jump and listen up.
Doc’s debut project, featuring production from Na$im Williams and Nascent, is due out soon. I suggest keeping an ear out for that.
Congrats are most definitely in order for Jeremih, as it was announced over the weekend that his current #1 hit, “Don’t Tell ‘Em (featuring YG),” has just snagged a gold plaque. That’s 500,000 sold. In an era when even the biggest and most heavily promoted artists struggle to move units, pushing 500k of a single without a video is no small feat. This accomplishment feels super organic, as this record has not been shoved down our throats or had a ton of promotion.
Thankfully Def Jam has seemingly fast-tracked his new album, Late Nights: The Album, which was set to drop on September 30th. However, with only 15 days out it seems unlikely Def Jam will stick to that date. In fact, Amazon now has the album up for pre-order with a street date of October 7th. No official word from Jeremih’s camp has been released, however, so we’ll just stick to 9/30 for now.
Check out the cover art for Late Nights: The Album above, and the gold announcement for the single below.
Shot By Tyga. Edited By Alex Nazari.
DJ SpinKing assembles an all-star cast for his latest video, which takes its ensemble and leading ladies for some serious adult swimming at the beach. Jeremih was the lifeguard on duty. Check it out up top. Don’t drown.
Chi City crooner Kentrell returns after a brief hiatus with a whole arsenal of new videos. And today he unexpectedly dropped three brand new joints. These three songs, which are all remixes, will appear on his forthcoming EP, SAY IT, which should be out later this fall. Check out “Studio (Remix)” above, and “I’m Not The Only One (Remix)” and “All We Do (Remix)” below.
Produced by Leekeleek
DLow goes back to the well yet again for the second installment of his insanely popular dance song/video, “DLow Shuffle.” I guess you can never have too many DLow shuffles. This one might be a bit more difficult, but I urge you to attempt it today.
Directed by Lorge George. Produced by Tommy Avery.
Here we have the music video/short film from Westside don, Dally Auston. SaveMoney in that Cutlass. Pump your brakes.
Dally’s official album, Roses, should be out soon.