Snoop Dogg fans can rejoice, as the legend debuts his COOLAID album a few days ahead of its July 1 release.
Music fans spent the past two weeks encapsulated by Drake’s VIEWS, an aural testimonial dedicated to his hometown of Toronto. But there’s more to the 6’s music scene than the OVO commander-in-chief and his constituents, thus proven by rising singer and producer River Tiber.
2015 was a great time to be a rap artist from the UK, as fans stateside gained a newfound appreciation for the Grime sound and how rising MCs from across the pond approach emceeing. Representing her country and ridiculously talented women spitters, Little Simz closes her already stellar year by releasing a surprise EP titled Age 101: Drop X.
Anyone screaming cockamamie claims of R&B music being a dead art have a limited scope of today’s cast of rising artists. The talent is out there, you just aren’t woke to it. And that’s where Kehlani comes into the picture.
Another day, another Young Thug track hits the Internets. Like previous releases, this ChopSquaddJ and Metro Boomin-produced heater bangs.
Today’s Wired Tracks highlights two songs of polar opposite varieties: Jhené Aiko’s “In a World of My Own/Very Good Advice” and Migos’ “Pipe It Up (Remix).”
Now that SXSW is over, artists are back to their usual routines. This includes respected newcomers Rome Fortune and Tunji Ige, who connect on a new track titled “Spotlite.”
Last year was good to Rome Fortune and 2015 looks to be a continuation in the making, as he and OG Maco connected on the Yep EP. Unfortunately, the Atlanta rapper will be stagnant for a little more than a month while he serves a jail sentence.
Rome Fortune and OG Maco, two top of the tier artists in Atlanta’s ever-budding music scene, form a dynamic duo on a free EP affectionately titled Yep.
The musical hotbed that is Atlanta is amid a movement that’s yet to truly peak. Rome Fortune, a power player in this new generation of hometown artists, keeps on pushing with his new EP Small VVorld.
The player gene is one that typically develops with age and life experience, but Rome Fortune, a 22-year-old Atlanta rapper, has managed to channel that spirit early in life. Today, the newcomer debuted his Drives, Thighs, & Lies EP, which comes with two parts game and a dose of braggadocio.