Justin Timberlake “Can’t Stop The Feeling!,” Kaytranada & Skepta Drop Albums, & More | Wired Tracks 5.6.16
This edition of Wired Tracks is jam packed with quality music releases from a superstar artist, a few rising talents, and more.
Today’s edition of Wired Tracks is a Harlem thing, as Hip-Hop Wired highlights a pair of newly releases heaters from a few of Uptown Manhattan’s finest rappers.
Chicago’s own Lil Durk debuts his new track “Trap House,” featuring Young Thug and Young Dolph.
“You ever wanted something so bad, like so bad, like so bad, that you went and got it?” Fueled by that question, Big K.R.I.T. celebrates the five-year anniversary of his beloved mixtape Return of 4Eva with a track titled “So Bad.”
Toronto-based Electronic duo Zeds Dead is readying a new album, due to release later this year via their new Deadbeats label. Today (Mar. 1), they return with “Back Home,” a song featuring Freddie Gibbs.
Nicki Minaj‘s viral single “Anaconda” didn’t have to be the obnoxiously poppy tune that appeared on The Pinkprint. Today, the song’s producer AnonXmous released an alternate version of the track.
Run The Jewels Drop Deep Vid For “Close Your Eyes (And Count To F*ck)” | 3.26.15 Daily Visuals [VIDEO]
Run The Jewels examine race relations between Blacks and whites, Blacks and police, and deliver an ill visual in one fell swoop.
Representing Brownsville, rising wordsmith KA will deliver more intricate couplets in the near future on a mysterious project titled Days With Dr. Yen Lo.
JMSN has been a problem on the singing, songwriting, and producing front for some time now. So much so that fans have anxiously awaited his new release, The Blue Album, which he’s currently streaming guilt-free.
The JMSN wave is one that we suggest music lovers embrace. The Michigan-born singer-songwriter and producer will deliver his Blue Album on December 9, but before then he debuts the Freddie Gibbs-assisted “Street Sweeper (Remix).”
The first offering off of TDE’s Ab-Soul and Detroit singer/songwriter JMSN is here off of their upcoming joint album, Unit 6.
Even though Ab-Soul swears he’s “not eating,” he is looking to change that in 2013 by getting off on the right foot with a new project.