The Weeknd released this song along with ‘John Carpenter’ last night, both coming off his new album which is also supposed to be titled ‘Kiss Land’. Sounds like the illusive singer is opening up to his fans more, and writing lyrics that reflect his life rather than just his sexual encounters. Check it out.
Brand new track featuring one of my favorite female singers, Ellie Gouling. I don’t usually post dubstep/electronic tracks, but they have their place on the site and on my iPhone. First of all, this song hits hard. Second of all, Ellie’s vocals are on point, and she nails every note. Enjoy the track, whether you like the genre or not.
With a new track on iTunes comes the faint sound of a new album from Hoodie Allen, which is supposedly coming out next fall. In the meantime enjoy the new track with Kina Grannis’s lovely vocals. If you like what you hear you should check out Hoodie’s last mixtape Crew Cuts which you can cop for free.
Nothing but features from The Weeknd these last few months, but I wouldn’t say that’s something to complain about. He killed it when he hopped on One Of Those Nights with Juicy J, and did so again when he hopped on this track with French Montana off his unreleased album ‘Excuse My French’. Expect great vocals from Abel, and hot flows from French. Enjoy.
Brand new Summer Anthem from Kid Ink off his upcoming EP ‘Almost Home’ dropping 5/28. So it’s not free, which always sucks, but for the first peek at Kid Ink’s studio album this is a great start. A little more pop/mainstream compared to what we heard off of his free mixtape ‘Mr. Ink.‘, but that’s expected as he grows as an artist, and it’s got me wanting to hear more of this new Kid Ink ish. Check it out.
Mac Miller has been killing it with his new flows and trippy beats lately. After hearing Salamander off Funk Flex’s new tape ‘Who You Mad, At Me Or Yourself?‘, I kind of thought this was the direction he would head in, and that’s not a bad thing at all. His lyrics get pretty deep at certain points, and he says some things you might not catch the first time. Enjoy.
Sammy Adams has been taking off lately, and as the summer gets closer and closer he’s getting more and more into his Summer Jam zone. Featured the widely known Mike Posner on this new track, which he shot a really cool video for in L.A..
Classes are almost over, finals are almost finished, and I can almost feel the cold drinks and sunny weather. Get ready for a lot more music, new tank tops/gear, and a couple other surprises I’ve been getting ready for y’all. Be easy, enjoy the new track.
Young Sinatra, also an XXL Freshman of the year, released his highly anticipated project ‘Welcome To Forever’ today. If you’re a new Logic fan, get with it. He has some of the best flows in the rap game, and his lyricism is definitely twitter quote worthy. Snoop around and you might find features from Kid Ink, Trinidad James, and Dizzy Wright. Enjoy the tape, probably going to be one of the best you hear this year.
One of the many dope tracks off Skizzy Mars’s debut mixtape ‘Phases’. Check out the visuals, they did a great job of conveying the energy from their shows these past few months.
The Hustle Gang crew drops their first trap filled tape for the fans today, and its pretty damn good. As you can see, a ton of artists worked together on it, and the production work is all courtesy of DJ Drama & DJ MLK. Check it out, enjoy the 20 free tracks, and expect an album in the Fall.