Sheek Louch

Chris Brown clearly has his ears open to what’s happening in music culture abroad. Today, the crooner, amid more controversy, drops a new track titled “Shabba,” featuring Nigerian sensation WizKid, London Grime collective Section Boyz and Dallas native Hoody Baby.

This edition of Wired Tracks is jam packed with quality music releases from a superstar artist, a few rising talents, and more.

Chris Brown makes due on his promise to debut “Grass Ain’t Greener,” the lead single from his upcoming album Heartbreak On A Full Moon.

UK’s Grime scene is finally getting traction on this side of the pond. Among the artist on frontline of the Grime movement is veteran wordsmith Skepta, whose long-awaited album, Konnichiwa, will finally release on May 6.

Yams Day united a bevy of rap’s most notable rising talent, and one week later, A$AP Rocky provides some more quality vibes via a handful of free releases.

With the new year underway, Mike WiLL Made-It releases Rae Sremmurd’s new track “By Chance,” the first single from his upcoming Ransom 2 mixtape.

Rick Ross is firing on all cylinders, and today releases a new track titled “Crocodile Python” from his upcoming album Black Market (due in stores Dec. 4).

Ty Dolla $ign flexes rhythmic double-time flow on “Sitting Pretty,” the latest track from his long, long-awaited debut album Free TC.

Run The Jewels treats fans to the Just Blaze-produced remix of “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry.”

Thanks to the exploits of Jadakiss and Style P, their LOX co-d Sheek Louch doesn’t get the props he deserves. Nevertheless, the Yonkers native adds another hard body verse to the discography and brings along Pusha T to the lyrical workout on “Bang Bang.” 

This edition of Wired Tracks highlights two adversely different, but albeit dope songs: YG, Blanco, and DB’s “G Thang,” featuring Fiend, and Money Making Jam Boys’ (Black Thought, STS and Truck North) “Mad Men Jam Boys.”

While speaking exclusively with Hip-Hop Wired, Sheek Louch foreshadowed a bevy of major projects that he and his LOX partners in rhyme were planning to drop. Now confirmed is the sequel to he and Ghostface Killah’s 2012 collab album Wu-Block.