British Ghanaian Eugy links up with Nigeria’s Mr. Eazi on “Dance For Me“, our #FGF record of the week. Hit “play” up top and let the infectious joint carry you into the weekend. Happy Friday, World, and have a great weekend!
I’m sure by now you’ve heard Em’s “Campaign Speech“. To mark the legendary rapper’s return to the music scene, here’s one of his earlier records (and a personal favourite). “Role Model” served as the third single from his classic “The Slim Shady LP” and was released back in May 1999.
By now, I’m sure you’ll have heard Jords’ latest project, “Means To An Ends“. To continue his promotional run, he’ll be performing the project in its entirety, unplugged. This is definitely an event you won’t want to miss, so grab your tickets while they’re still available. Just click here, and we’ll see you on the night!
Clocking in at just under 8 minutes, Eminem is back with a brand new record. Spitting over minimal production, check out the politically charged “Campaign Speech” up top. There’s also a new album in the works, so stay tuned for that!
Some Deep House to kickstart your weekend, courtesy of Maceo Plex and Gabriel Ananda. If you like what you hear, grab your copy of “Solitary Daze” here. Happy Friday, World, and have a great weekend!
We haven’t heard much from Bryson Tiller since he dropped his “T R A P S O U L” album. “Let Me Explain” sees the R&B singer’s return to the music scene. With this release, hopefully we can expect a new project in the not-so-distant future.
As promised, Abel delivers the visuals to his second single off “Starboy“. Check out “False Alarm” up top, and be sure to get the album when it drops on November 25th.
This weeks #TBT record comes courtesy of Troup County’s Bubba Sparxxx. “Ugly” served as his lead single from his debut project “Dark Days, Bright Nights” and was released back in August 2001.
After sharing a still at the end of September, Cudder’s visuals to “Frequency” are now available in their entirety. The track serves as the lead single off his upcoming “Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’” project. No word on how he’s doing, but with the visuals dropping, hopefully he’s doing well.
It’s been a long minute since we got some new music from Alabama spitter Yelawolf. Out of nowhere, he drops a surprise EP. “Hotel” comes as Yela launches his own label’s (Slumerican) new website, and has only one guest spot; fellow Slumerican and (in my opinion) one of Southern Rap’s pioneers, Bubba Sparxxx. Peep the tracklist down below and grab your copy here.
- Supersonic Alley Cat
- You Should Have Known
- In Love Tonight
- Be Yourself (feat. Bubba Sparxxx)
- Good Love