Philadelphia producer BLÜD releases OMB, a 12-track beat tape. The tape starts off with its “Intro,” a soulful gospel theme but segues into a wide-ranging soundscape of various melodies. From synthpop records like “Neon” to tranquil R&B laden sounds like “Dice,” BLÜD displays his sound capability summed in a full length project. The project makes evident that BLÜD stands alone as a one-man-band/producer. Although it’s a solo effort, the project is sure to jump-start the ignition to making hits with everyone’s favorite artists.
With Rewind just a couple months away from being released, DMV based collective 8 Track returns with their “Childs Play” follow up “Circles.” Once again blending multiple genres, the group’s resident emcee Darius Wolley sets the tone of the Recinotes composed cut by harmonizing the hook, while guitarist Dag’ Nabbit (who spits the first verse) and producer J Rob handle the song’s instrumentation.
Give the bachelor themed ballot a listen after the jump and purchase “Child’s Play” via iTuneshere.
Aiming to make a name for his self and put Burn Money Music on the map, RC $pitta unloads his 7 track debut, The Definition of Versatility. The appropriately titled body of work highlights the rising emcee’s journey from boy to man and features production from Bentley Hvze, Posse, Floornug and more. Originally from Texas, the Portland transplant holds nothing backing revealing some of his most trying trials and tribulations.
Stream the cohesive body of work after the jump and purchase it via iTuneshere.
Laced with some hard hitting production from in-house producer DJ SwanQo and Sean Allen, Sean Scott heats things up with his amped up banger “Bizerk.” Showcasing the Hell’s Kitchen native’s versatility, the track comes just in time for Summer and is perfect for the club or cruising through the city. Serving as the latest leak off ScottSZN , the track follows his N.O.R.E. approved “Banned From TV” re-work “Been Waiting.”
Stream the Cash Money founding member inspired cut below and purchase it via iTuneshere.
Up and coming independent hip hop artist Young DrA is soon releasing his new single, “Pickin Me”, produced by Xcel Beats this summer. What makes this release more interesting is that Young DrA is also launching a weekly animated series that will follow him on his journey and feature music from his soon to be released album. The title of the series will be called Real DrAma and it’s a shining example of one of the many ways independent artists are creatively finding new ways to distribute their music and grow their brand. Check out the trailer below.
Surprise! With very little warning, Future and Chris Brown “turn a sidepiece to a nine piece” on their new collaboration, “PIE,” produced by Detail and d.a. doman.
The video, directed by Nick Walker, starts off at a party filled with “side pieces.” HNDRXX promises that it “should be a good night,” while inviting Breezy to join him at his pad.
True to his word, several women show up to the house. One delivers food. Another joins shortly after and heads to the bathtub. Before long, a few more gorgeous girls arrive while Brown and Pluto sing about how sharing is caring.
“She don’t wanna go,” sings Future. “I roll 100 deep, we like sharing hoes.” Breezy adds: “It’s your birthday, go ahead and put that cake on me / Commas and zeros, I’ll be your hero with no cape on me.”
Although they manage to keep the ladies in different rooms at first, the women eventually realize what’s happening. Though Brown and Future have worried looks on their faces, it turns out the girls don’t mind at all, and the party resumes.
Speaking to BET, Future explained that the video has been waiting for its release. “We’ve had this video for a second,” he said. “We’ve been working on it for a second and we feel real good about this song. I asked Chris, ‘Is it a hit?’ He said, ‘For sure. We got one.’”
Earlier in the evening, Brown and Future both took the stage for separate sets at the BET Awards. Breezy performed “Privacy” and “Party” with Gucci Mane, while HNDRXX was joined by Kendrick Lamar for the “Mask Off (Remix).”
ATL based singer/songwriter, Chrystel wasted no time following the release of “Disciples” , already back today with the BigPapito aka Papa Fall-produced cut “Dangerous” via Rated RnB.
Throughout the song, the Salt Lake City transplant toys with the idea of knowing that any and everything can go wrong in this risky relationship but still proceeding.
Chrystel says of the song, “I freestyled the whole song the first time I heard the beat in the studio and ironically it’s my favorite out of all the records I’ve released. The song reminds me of all of the African music I heard growing up. It has a very nostalgic bass line.”
After kicking the door open with the ColdBold-produced jam “Swing Low,” Texas native and BMBG (Be Motivated By Greatness) frontman, Dali Voodoo has been turning heads while turning up for the past year. Today, the talented vocalist makes his return after a 6-month hiatus and quiches his fans thirst for new music in the form of “Rainwater.”
Give the radio-ready single a listen after the break and be sure to catch the colorful crooner live alongside Gucci Mane, Young Thug, and Sonny Digital at The Bomb Factory on July 30th!
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