With the current year more than halfway over, Hip-Hop music has been privy to plenty of incredible releases from engaged and invigorated artists. Since one can’t have too much of a good thing, production duo MEMBA are utilizing their instrumentation skills to give a couple of existing hits a creative upgrade.
The summer is almost over but Rae Sremmurd look to extend the life of their “No Flex Zone” hit with an official remix featuring Nicki Minaj and Pusha T.
The video treatment for “Booty” has yet to fully debut, but that hasn’t stopped Jennifer Lopez from dropping a remix to her Diplo-produced single.
Drake gave the look, the verse, and even the hook to a list of up and comping rappers since he’s reached superstar status. Not to say that the Toronto rapper has birthed any artist’s career per se, but he’s undoubtedly created a platform and heightened the fan bases of a lucky few.
Everyone and their mothers have taken a stab at remaking Bobby Shmurda’s now-famous and tuneful “Hot Ni**a” song. It was only a matter of time before the Internet sensation himself got around to a proper remix.
While talking to Rap-Up after his listening party in Atlanta for Based On A T.R.U. Story, the messiah, 2 Chainz chopped it up on a myriad of topics. One of the key things he touched on is the subject of remixes. “I think we should just make more original compositions so we can keep music moving forward. When […]