Set to appear on Afrojack’s upcoming album, Forget The World, this week the renowned DJ/producer has delivered a fresh collab with West Coast spitter, Snoop Dogg.
While the album has been made available for stream and thus leaked subsequently, one-and-a-half songs were left off of the forthcoming Honest project from Future. We have yet to hear the entire collab with Drake and until now, André 3000’s contribution on “Benz Friends (Watchutola).”
While you may think this is a pretty interrupting collaboration, don’t forget, Steve Aoki and Waka Flocka have worked together previously, and Flocka has also been featured on a number of EDM tracks.
Before releasing their upcoming album, QUACK, on April 15, A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, together as Duck Sauce, have here let loose of a string of remixes of their “NRG” track.
While slowing down significantly on the releases over the past several months, Young Money Queen, Nicki Minaj, is finally back to release a new tune, here alongside Chi-Town rapper, Lil Herb.
Here with a visual to coincide with their recent banger, Skrillex and the Ragga Twins drop off an entertaining clip for “Ragga Bomb.”
As a nod to his new-found BFF and former Texas A&M Quarterback, Johnny Manziel, Drake this week dropped off a new track dedicated to the future pro football player, aptly-dubbed “Draft Day.”
With the soundtrack coming on April 22 and the movie then hitting theaters on May 2, the powers that be look to kick off the Spiderman 2 promo by dropping off one of the key audio entries from the work, “It’s On Again,” from Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar and Pharrell.
Well, we know that LeBron James is quite tight with rap mogul, Jay Z, but we would really like to know what Hov thinks about this, as the NBA superstar has chosen to go in on Jay and Rick Ross’ collaborative track, “FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt.” And no, this is no April Fool’s joke.
To be showcased on his anticipated X album, this week Chris Brown has released his set of aesthetics for hit track, “Loyal.” With multiple versions out there, for the official video Breezy welcomes Young Money rappers, Lil Wayne and Tyga, to make guest appearances.