New Music

Oct
22
New Music: DeJ Loaf f/ T.I., Trae Tha Truth, & Troy Ave – ‘Try Me (Hustle Gang Remix)’

Try Me (Remix)

Hot on the heels of Remy Ma and Ty Dolla $ign’s remix, T.I. assembles the troops for the Hustle Gang remix to DeJ Loaf’s hit “Try Me.” Over the DDS production, the King goes Kamikaze, while Brooklyn’s own Troy Ave spits a verse, fueling rumors that he may have signed with Grand Hustle.

Hear Tip and his clique body the beat.

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Oct
22
New Music: Jessie Ware f/ J. Cole – ‘Kind of…Sometimes…Maybe (Remix)’

Kind of…Sometimes…Maybe (Remix)

Following his remix to Maroon 5’s “Animals,” J. Cole puts his stamp on British songstress Jessie Ware’s single “Kind of…Sometimes…Maybe.” The Dreamville captain blesses the soulful track with a slick verse and blasts the fakes (titties and ass included).

The original song, co-written by Miguel and BenZel (Benny Blanco and Two Inch Punch), can be found on Jessie’s album Tough Love, available now.

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Oct
22
New Music: Mystery Skulls f/ Brandy & Nile Rodgers – ‘Number 1’

Mystery Skulls and Brandy

While Brandy readies her next album, the R&B diva pops up on a pair of songs for Mystery Skulls. Frontman Luis Dubuc calls upon the singer and guitar legend Nile Rodgers for the disco-infused “Number 1″ and “Magic” off their upcoming debut Forever.

“I think I found my number 1 / You can never be a one-hit winder,” sings Brandy on the blissful track.

“I wrote the song with [Brandy] in mind,” Dubuc told The FADER of “Number 1.” “Then one day she heard it through someone we both knew, and she said yes. We were in the studio like a week later. When she showed up, she asked to sing on my other track, ‘Magic,’ as well. Brandy’s voice is stunning!”

Forever is due October 27. Stream “Number 1″ below.

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Oct
21
New Music: Meek Mill f/ Boosie – ‘F**k You Mean?’

Fuck You Mean?

Meek Mill is putting in work from behind bars. The Philly rapper, who was sent to jail in July for a parole violation, reminds hip-hop what it’s been missing on his explosive collaboration with Lil Boosie.

Over a menacing beat, the Dreamchasers boss spits flames, while Boosie boasts about his jeans costing us much as a Range Rover.

Meek has been serving his three-to-six-month jail sentence, but it’s unknown exactly when he will be released. His sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money has been delayed while he completes his bid.

If you’re craving more music from Meek, he can also be heard on Paloma Ford’s new single “Let Me See.” August Alsina recently shared a phone call he received from his incarcerated friend.

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Oct
21
New Mixtape: DeJ Loaf – ‘Sell Sole’

Sell Sole

While the ink dries on her contract with Columbia Records, hip-hop’s newest sensation DeJ Loaf shows out on her mixtape Sell Sole, the follow-up to 2012′s Just Do It. The 13 tracks include the Birdman and Young Thug-assisted “Blood” and the DDS-produced remix to “Try Me” featuring Remy Ma and Ty Dolla $ign.

The Detroit rapper is enjoying her newfound fame, and she plans to be around for a long time. “My range is ridiculous, man. I know what the people want to hear, and I’ve got it all,” she told Noisey.

Last night, T.I. welcomed his Columbia labelmate onstage during his Hot 97 listening party in New York. He’s also recorded his own remix to “Try Me.”

Stream Sell Sole below.

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Oct
21
New Music: Danity Kane – ‘All in a Day’s Work’

DK3

In less than a week, Danity Kane will release their bittersweet post-breakup album DK3. Dawn, Aubrey, and Shannon take charge on the studio version of “All in a Day’s Work,” which is now available as an instant-grat track on iTunes.

The ladies handle their business like bosses on the undeniable banger, which they debuted at their reunion show at the House of Blues in L.A. in December 2013.

Aubrey summed up the fierce anthem: “It’s about bitches that make it look easy.”

Listen to DK3 put in work.

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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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