New Music

Oct
21
New Music: The Chemical Brothers f/ Miguel & Lorde – ‘This Is Not a Game’

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Pt. 1

The odds are in Lorde’s favor. The “Royals” singer unites with The Chemical Brothers and Miguel for “This Is Not a Game” for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Pt. 1 soundtrack. The R&B crooner starts a revolution on the dark and industrial track, which boasts additional vocals from Lorde and production from the British electro duo.

Lorde curated the entire soundtrack, which also features appearances from Tinashe, Pusha T, Grace Jones, and Charli XCX.

The soundtrack arrives November 17, while the movie hits theaters on November 21.

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Oct
20
New Music: DeJ Loaf f/ Remy Ma & Ty Dolla $ign – ‘Try Me (Remix)’

Ty Dolla $ign, DeJ Loaf, and Remy Ma

Fresh off her signing to Columbia Records, Detroit newcomer DeJ Loaf links with Remy Ma and Ty Dolla $ign for the official remix to her underground hit “Try Me,” which has already spawned unofficial remixes from Wiz Khalifa, Lil Mama, and Lil Durk. The Bronx bombshell plays no games on her vicious verse.

“If one of these chicks ever try to try me, I’ma hit a whole motherfu**in’ body,” warns Rem.

A video for the remix has already been shot. “It came out real nice and I’d like to work with her again,” DeJ told VIBE of Remy.

Earlier tonight, T.I. welcomed the 23-year-old to the Columbia family during his listening party in New York. He has also recorded a remix to the song.

DeJ’s mixtape Sell Sole will be available tomorrow. Stream the “Try Me” remix below.

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Oct
20
New Music: The Weeknd f/ Ty Dolla $ign & Belly – ‘King of the Fall (Remix)’

King of the Fall (Remix)

Hot on the heels of his “Often (Remix)” with ScHoolboy Q and Rick Ross, The Weeknd keeps the panties dropping with his raunchy remix to “King of the Fall” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and his XO signee Belly. Ty raps about a threesome on his sex-drenched verse, while Abel gets on his young Quincy Jones ish. Commence foreplay below.

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Oct
20
New Music: Joe Budden – ‘OLS4′

Ordinary Love Shit, Pt. 4

In between working on the new Slaughterhouse album, Joe Budden will drop his digital EP Some Love Lost. Due November 4, the project features seven tracks including the fourth installment in his “Ordinary Love Shit” series.

The “Love & Hip Hop” alum picks up where he left off in 2011, venting about his turbulent relationship with former girlfriend Esther Baxter. “I want to spend the rest of my life with you, make a wife of you,” he tells her, while calling her a bitch the next second.

Joe will release his album All Love Lost next spring and can also be heard alongside his fellow Slaughterhouse members on the upcoming ShadyXV compilation, due November 24.

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Oct
20
New Music: Paloma Ford f/ Meek Mill – ‘Let Me See’

Meek Mill and Paloma Ford

Meek Mill may be behind bars, but he joins Paloma Ford on her new single “Let Me See.” The two previously worked together on Meek’s Dreams Worth More Than Money single “I Don’t Know.” On the D&D-produced banger (think Chris Brown’s “Loyal”), the West Coast singer turns up, while Meek unleashes some spitfire rhymes.

Over the summer, Paloma released her Snoop Dogg and Iamsu!-assisted single “Summer in California,” and is readying her EP Nearly Civilized, which may be released on Meek’s Dreamchasers label.

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Oct
19
New Music: Chief Keef f/ Tyga – ‘Now & Later’

Now & Later

Fresh off his Kanye West-produced single “40 Mill,” Tyga links with Chief Keef for the latter’s “Now & Later.” The Chicago MC parades his paper and player ways on the wavy track, while T-Raww name checks Pinky and the Brain and boasts about getting rich without a college degree.

Chief Keef is readying his mixtape Thot Breaker for a Valentine’s Day release.

He can also be heard on Young Chop’s new single “Valley” off the “I Don’t Like” producer’s upcoming compilation Still.

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Oct
18
New Music: Gwen Stefani – ‘Baby Don’t Lie’

Baby Don't Lie

Gwen Stefani is back. Eight years after releasing her last album The Sweet Escape, the “Hollaback Girl” returns to solo territory with her new single “Baby Don’t Lie,” and she proves it was worth the wait. Over the pounding production, written and produced by Gwen, Benny Blanco, Ryan Tedder, and Noel Zancanella, she demands that her lover look her in the eye.

“Baby don’t lie / I’ma need a love that’s stronger,” sings the No Doubt frontwoman.

Last month, she shot a video for the song with director Sophie Muller, who’s directed many of Gwen and No Doubt’s videos.

In between her stint on “The Voice,” she has been in the studio with Pharrell Williams working on her third solo album.

In August, Interscope chairman John Janick told Billboard that it was targeted for a December release. Blanco will executive produce, and it will be released on his label Mad Love Records/Interscope.

Hear Gwen’s comeback record below.

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