PnB Rock has risen through Philly’s underground scene and is getting ready to release his debut album “GTTM (Going Thru The Motions)” on January 13th.
Zara Larsson is one of the breakout artists of 2016, and it’s only right that one of her songs of the year, “I Would Like,” gets remixed by R3hab. The remix does a great job of playing to the strengths of the original joint while still throwing in some modern EDM flair on it.
International hit-marker DJ Snake linked with Justin Bieber in what seems like a lifetime ago for smash record “Let Me Love You.” Peaking at the 4 spot on the Top 100 wasn’t good enough for Snake so he added R&B legend R. Kelly to watch it reach new heights.
Although Quavo has been in the news for beef it doesn’t take away from his relentless work ethic. He recently dropped records with Post Malone, Lil Yachty, Gucci Mane and more. This time he links with fan favorite PartyNextDoor for “More” heat.
KAYTRANADA takes his talents to Afrika Bambaataa’s groundbreaking 1982 classic “Planet Rock.” The track is for the upcoming documentary “808,” about the iconic drum machine that has changed music.
Elhae is an Atlanta artist that stands out from the pack because of his aptitude for high level bars.
PnB Rock brings together two of hip-hop’s hottest acts for his newest track. The Philly native links up with the Quavo of The Migos and up and coming star A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie on this new joint titled “Playa No More.”
Wale responds quickly to being called a “false prophet” in J. Cole’s recent documentary. About 24 hours after the release of Cole’s track “False Prophets,” Wale releases “Groundhog’s Day” to address J.Cole and any other detractors.
The highly anticipated RTJ3 album is arriving on January 13. The new joint features the likes of Danny Brown, Kamasi Washington, Trina, and Tunde Adebimpe from TV on the Radio, an eclectic bunch for a one-of-a-kind act.
Mad Decent’s A Very Decent Christmas 4 compilation has come to be something we wait around hype for. Combining the usual EDM sounds with Christmas motifs, the EP contains some of the most creative joints of the year.