New Music

Oct
18
New Music: Diggy Simmons – ‘Honestly’

Diggy Simmons

Diggy Simmons pours his heart out on his sentimental new song “Honestly.” The 19-year-old heartthrob shows his vulnerability and his vocal chops as he sings about needing his girl.

“Sometimes I need you, honestly / I ain’t talkin’ 24/7 / Just when a ni**a start itchin’ and only when I want to feel better,” he croons.

He promised more new music is on the way as he gears up for the release of his sophomore album. Earlier this year, Diggy teamed with Trevor Jackson on “My Girl.”

He can also be seen alongside Teyana Taylor in BET’s upcoming scripted series “The Start Up.”

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Oct
18
New Music: Project Pat f/ Juicy J & Rick Ross – ‘Imma Get Me Sum’

Cheez N Dope 3

Project Pat rounds up his Three 6 Mafia affiliate Juicy J and “Elvis Presley Blvd” collaborator Rick Ross for “Imma Get Me Sum.” The Memphis rapper stacks his paper on the southern-fried banger (think old Three 6 Mafia), produced by Juicy, Lil Awree, and CrazyMike. Look for it on Pat’s upcoming mixtape Cheez N Dope 3.

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Oct
17
New Music: Lupe Fiasco f/ Sirah – ‘Lilies’

Lilies

Now that his album has a release date, Lupe Fiasco thanks his fans for their support by releasing a free song. The Chicago MC teams with rapper Sirah on “Lilies,” which boasts horn-heavy production from The Buchanans. Lu rhymes Ricola with ebola, while Sirah lays down the hook.

He still plans to release his mixtape Lost in the Atlantic leading up to his fifth album Testuo & Youth on January 20.

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Oct
16
New Music: Chance the Rapper – ‘No Better Blues’

Chance the Rapper

It don’t get no better, according to Chance the Rapper. The Chicago MC gets pessimistic on his depressing new song “No Better Blues,” produced by The Social Experiment. Chance vents about his hate for pretty much everything—from his bed to vegetables to racists—on the three-minute track, which he claims is intended to “make you smile.” We beg to differ.

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Oct
16
New Music: Nicole Scherzinger f/ T.I. – ‘Electric Blue’

Nicole Scherzinger and T.I.

Seven years after their last collaboration “Whatever U Like,” Nicole Scherzinger reunites with T.I. on “Electric Blue.” The leader of the Pussycat Dolls evokes ’90s Janet Jackson on the slinky track, which features vocals from The-Dream.

“T.I.’s throwing down on the album, OG style,” Nicole told Rap-Up TV.

Tip is the only featured guest on her album Big Fat Lie, which hits the U.K. on October 20. Nicole has also recorded another collaboration with the Hustle Gang chief, which may appear on the U.S. version of her album.

Rock steady to their new jam and stream snippets of the entire album here.

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Oct
16
New Music: Young Thug & Lil Wayne – ‘Take Kare’

Take Kare

It’s Young Mula, baby. Lil Wayne joins forces with Young Thug on “Take Kare,” which marks their first collaboration. The Rich Gang affiliates put their women first on the London on Da Track production.

“I ain’t Ray J, but you can be my Kim K,” croons Weezy over the piano-driven beat. He also defends his woman (“They be hatin’ on my girl though, and they wish they was the bitch they’re hating”).

Their sweet serenade is set to appear on the upcoming Rich Gang 2 compilation, due later this year.

Hear them cater to the ladies.

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Oct
15
New Music: Mike WiLL Made-It f/ Riff Raff & ILoveMakonnen – ‘Syrup in My Soda’

Syrup in My Soda

After causing a stir with Future and Wiz Khalifa’s “Pu**y Overrated,” Mike WiLL Made-It brings together the odd pairing of Riff Raff and ILoveMakonnen for “Syrup in My Soda.” The lean sippers’ anthem finds the Neon Icon and OVO signee bonding over their favorite beverage.

“I keep syrup in my soda like Jody HighRoller,” they sing on the repetitive hook.

The track will not appear on Mike WiLL’s upcoming mixtape Ransom, due before the end of the year. He plans to drop a new song every week leading up to the release.

Pour up their woozy collabo below.

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