Chris Brown is giving his overseas fans extra incentive to purchase his latest LP, Royalty, by including the Royalty International EP, featuring five bonus tracks.
Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright,” one of 16 tracks to appear on his critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated sophomore effort, To Pimp A Butterfly, receives a jazzy remix courtesy of Terrace Martin, a key figure in crafting the album’s jazz-influenced sound.
With 2015 nearing its close, A$AP Ferg takes an opportunity to reflect on a tumultuous year that claimed the life of his close friend A$AP Yams with “Tatted Angel.”
The scale in rap is balancing out, if talent is your sole barometer. As Drake’s star continued to rise, Kendrick Lamar seamlessly blended jazz with funk and soul music on a major label album, and Future evolved into the street’s favorite trap star, many of rap’s most compelling narratives of 2015 lived in the underground.
This edition of Wired Tracks features new heat from French Montana, and Benny Benassi and Chris Brown.
If you’re knowledgeable, then rising producer Kaytranada is on your radar, and justifiably so. That said, the Montreal native strikes again with a remix of BADBADNOTGOOD’s “Kaleidoscope.”
One of the biggest rap songs in the country is Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen.” The track caught Rick Ross and Fat Trel’s ear, as they return with a version of their own.
Chicago’s Lil Herb aka G Herbo returns with a new visual in tow for “Man Down”
The lives A$AP Yams touched during his short stint on earth are understandably still mourning his departure. But Retchy P took his grievances to an entirely inappropriate level when he wished Wale, Nicki Minaj’s ex-boyfriend Scaff Breezy and few other rappers died instead of the A$AP Mob founder.
MMG’s Fat Trel closes the year with a heartfelt track called “My Bruvas.”