By Jake Miosge
Do not disturb. Chris Brown asks for “Privacy” on the sex-drenched single off his upcoming album Heartbreak on a Full Moon. The R-rated bedroom banger, produced by d.a. doman, finds Breezy back in baby-making mode, seducing his girl with all the right moves and unapologetically raunchy lines, which are not for the faint of heart.
“Ain’t nobody here but you and me / Lickin’ your private parts / And I know you love your privacy,” he sings before boasting, “Ain’t gotta pay for that pu**y / My d**k can change your life.”
Brown, who will guest star on “Black-ish” next month, is gearing up to release his eighth album Heartbreak on a Full Moon later this year. The project has already spawned the singles “Grass Ain’t Greener” and “Party” featuring Gucci Mane and Usher.
Work up a sweat to Breezy’s sex jam.
Petersburg, Virginia rapper Blue Store Chucky is still riding high on his latest release, the video for “Juice.” Check it out.
As he preps the video to his buzz worthy single “New Diddy,” 5am releases the official small screen interruption for Euphoria standout “Rose Gold.” With the ATL natives vocals fully on display, thanks to slow-winding, meandering production, the optics mesh seamlessly with the woozy ode to provide an equally ominous setting.
Check out the clip below, compliments of RESPECT, and purchase “New Diddy” via iTunes here.
…It’s Indie Wednesday! Time to share your music!
If you’re new to this hip hop blog, check out the rules below and post your music.
1. Everyone is limited to one music post per week. Spammers will be banned.
2. You can post the same song if you posted it the previous week but keep that practice in moderation
3. Converse and dialogue with each other as much as you like. In fact, I encourage it.
Here is the suggested format:
1. Name of the artist:
2. Location (where are you from)
3. Couple of your social links (Twitter and or Facebook)
4. Say something about yourself, hip hop, or anything interesting. It can also be totally unrelated to music. Show us you have a personality.
Post music or videos that can play in the thread please. No download links to your mixtape.
Feel free to post any PICS and GIFs.
Check this: Hip Hop Artists: Post Your Music! (3-22-17) –
G4SHi has announced shows in Zurich and Washington DC. His single “Disrespectful” has gone viral in a little over a week, reaching over 1Million plays on Spotify and Soundcloud. If you haven’t already take a listen to the new single and also check out new performance footage and his video teaser. If you could share that would be amazing.
Brockton, Massachusetts Independent rap renegade Yee Cardosa is building a movement one fan at a time. He is a magnetic artist who exudes confidence and has the skills to back it up. His flow, delivery and cadence are all top notch. Using his conceptual word play Yee Cardosa is changing the game and paving the way for a new era of Hip-Hop artists.
As an artist, he is daring, direct and real. His music is like a movie but through words. His latest effort is a dynamic visual for his song “Trap Phone Jumpin.” The video is bright, colorful and top notch. The song itself is a certified street anthem. Yee Cardosa delivers an effortless flow and vocal performance.
Chicago rapper Xclusiv Tone makes his presence felt in his new video for “Out The Way,” which features the rising artist posted up in his hometown and displaying his seemingly innate onscreen charisma.
Tone hails from Chicago’s infamous Holy City neighborhood, where he spent his formative years causing trouble like any teenager (smoking weed and the like) before starting his rap career. He was inspired to take his art more seriously after winning a poetry slam competition, and has recently found success with “Out The Way” as a single.
And with the release of the track’s video, Tone is clearly poised to take his career to the next level. His newest
banger is also now a cinematic, no-bullsh*t rap anthem thanks to the slick visuals from director LVTRKEVIN. His vision provides a glimpse into the life of Tone, who spends a majority of his days stunting with his crew and traversing the streets of Chicago. He’s also gearing up for the release of his new project, Set The Tone, that’s destined to make huge noise based off “Out The Way” alone, never mind the other material Tone’s got waiting for us.
Ish Williams returns to our airwaves today with a brand new record, giving influencer Savannah Britt the go to premiere his latest “Pull Up.” This song chronicles the atypical “pull up” type of episode. From pulling up to the crib, to rollin’ up the green, to making a behind-closed-doors scene, Ish paints a vivid picture of what he means by “pull up.” Listen to the Army Zenn & Matty Moonshine-produced effort here.
As Pelle Pelle continues to embrace its hip-hop culture and heritage, they are linking up with various different influencers this season for up-close and intimate conversations about their journeys through their craft. Pelle Pelle recently caught up with G Herbo. The Chicago rapper talks his unique beginning, rapping as a kid, and making music into a passion. Check it out! #TellYourStory
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