New Music

Sep
17
New Music: Lupe Fiasco – ‘Pu$$y’

Pu$$y

While we wait on his album Tetsuo & Youth, Lupe Fiasco continues to feed the streets with new music. On the MoeZ’art-produced “Pu$$y” featuring Billy Blue, the Chi-town lyricist spins circles with his mind-boggling rhymes.

“Always been a winner, ever since beginner / I’ll wait to the end, but never ever been a pu$$y ni**a,” he spits.

Hear Lupe’s sophisticated flow below.

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Sep
17
Chris Brown Freestyles Over ScHoolboy Q’s ‘Studio’

Chris Brown

With his sixth album X in stores, Chris Brown stopped by Power 106′s “Liftoff” show on Tuesday. The R&B crooner showed off his freestyle skills, rapping about booty, his red bandana, and his three Lambos over ScHoolboy Q’s “Studio.”

“Chillin’ in the south of France / St. Tropez, Nice, Monaco / But nothing compares to what’s in my pants,” boasts Breezy.

X is vying for No. 1 against Barbra Streisand on next week’s chart. According to HITS, the album is on track to sell 120,000 copies in its first week.

Trey Songz hit up Walmart to support his tourmate, purchasing all the remaining copies of his album.

Hear Breezy beast it out on the mic.

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Sep
16
Stream Luke James’ Debut Album

Luke James

A week before its release, Luke James has made his entire album available to stream on YouTube. The self-titled LP features the Rick Ross-assisted single “Options” and “Dancing in the Dark,” with production from Danja, Salaam Remi, The Alliance, Kadis & Sean, and Luke himself.

The New Orleans crooner caps off the deluxe set with his stripped-down cover of Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me.”

The album is now available for pre-order on iTunes.

Soak up the soulful sounds below.

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Sep
16
New Mixtape: Big K.R.I.T. – ‘See Me on Top 4’

See Me on Top 4

Big K.R.I.T. is back on his country sh*t. Nine years since the release of See Me on Top, Vol. 1, the Mississippi MC surprises his fans by dropping the fourth installment in his mixtape series.

The 22 tracks, produced mostly by K.R.I.T., feature appearances from Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, Juicy J, Lloyd, and A$AP Ferg.

He is gearing up to release his sophomore album Cadillactica in November featuring the Rico Love-assisted single “Pay Attention.”

On October 2, he will launch his 31-date “Pay Attention” tour with special guest Two-9.

Hear what K.R.I.T. has cooked up.

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Sep
16
Stream Jennifer Hudson’s Album ‘JHUD’

JHUD

A week before its release, Jennifer Hudson has teamed up with VH1 to stream her third album JHUD in its entirety.

The 10 tracks include the Pharrell-produced single “I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel)” featuring T.I. and the Timbaland-produced “Walk It Out,” plus appearances from Iggy Azalea and R. Kelly.

“With this album, I feel as though you get a sense of my energy and that’s why we named it JHUD because you’re getting to know the girl and not just the public persona of Jennifer Hudson,” said Hudson of the follow-up to 2011′s I Remember Me. “I want you to know the person.”

JHUD is now available for pre-order on iTunes and Amazon.

Get a first listen below.

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Sep
16
New Music: Trina f/ Tory Lanez – ‘F**k Love’

Fuck Love

Middle fingers up. Trina slams her ex on her fiery kiss-off anthem “Fuck Love” featuring R&B crooner Tory Lanez. The Miami rapstress trades in the rings and purses for the single life on the Ricky Remedy production.

“You can have that bitch / You’ll never find another 10 caramel skin with the right tan,” declares the Baddest Bitch.

While it sounds as though she is taking shots at her ex French Montana and Khloe Kardashian, Trina says otherwise.

“This record is NOT an attack just speaking on behalf of everyone who is on #FUCKLOVE getting money and living their life! Rockstarr Ish,” tweeted Trina, who’s working on a new album.

Judge for yourself by listening below.

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Sep
16
New Music: Eric Bellinger f/ The Game – ‘Awkward’

Awkward

On October 1, Eric Bellinger will release his mixtape Choose Up Season. The nine tracks were inspired by the single life and include “Awkward” featuring The Game, on which he explores the uncomfortable post break-up feelings of his previous relationships.

“Eric is definitely one of the hottest young talents in R&B,” said Game. “We’ve done a few records already, including my current single ‘Or Nah.’ Don’t sleep on this guy.”

The L.A. singer-songwriter has also contributed to five songs off Chris Brown’s new album X.

Stream “Awkward” and watch the Choose Up Season trailer below.

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