James Fauntleroy has been doing more than his fair share to revive and revamp R&B fit for this generation of listeners. In past years there had been a bit of a dry spell within the genre; until fairly recently, R&B fans were growing increasingly annoyed with singers dropping tracks that sounded like trap-heavy, superficial rap.
Not everyone is celebrating Pusha T in his alleged victory over Drake. Producer James Fauntleroy shared his opinion on the Rap beef of the year and it ruffled plenty of feathers.
From “Yamborghini High” to “Runner” to “Telephone Calls,” A$AP Mob have ensured that their highly anticipated Cozy Tapes Vol. 1: Friends project would feature nothing but heat. Now, fans can be the judge.
Rae Sremmurd’s Sremmlife 2 hasn’t garner the same attention of its predecessor, but everyone seems to have a favorite track on the project. Travi$ Scott clearly took a liking to the bonus track “Swang,” which he delivered a remix for via his DJ OG Chase B.
After the rough version circulated the Internets for weeks, Desiigner returns with his “Tiimmy Turner (Remix),” featuring Kanye West in CDQ.
Marathon Mondays continues as Nipsey Hussle liberates a new track titled “Mark My Words,” featuring Rick Ross.
With The Healing Component releasing on Friday (Sept. 23), Mick Jenkins provides a sample of what’s to come with “Fall Through.”
Representing Brownsville, Brooklyn, Ka returns with a gift in tow. Particularly his fourth studio album Honor Killed the Samurai.
We are witnessing the maturation of Chicago’s SAVE MONEY collective in 2016. Today, Vic Mensa and Joey Purp, two of their most compelling members, team up on a new track titled “773 Freestyle.”
With the help of Nas as an executive producer, Netflix promises that their forthcoming series The Get Down will be an authentic depiction of Hip-Hop’s inception in The Bronx during the late 70s. Today, Miguel’s contribution to the soundtrack arrives on the Internets.
Ahead of releasing his Cool Aid album on July 1, Snoop Dogg delivers a new song titled with “Kush Ups,” featuring longtime collaborator Wiz Khalifa.
Producer Streetrunner opened the archives to some of his past work with rapper Lil Wayne much to the delight of fans.