New Music

Apr
14
New Music: 50 Cent – ‘Hustler’

Hustler

50 Cent proves he’s the ultimate “Hustler” on the latest release in his Animal Ambition series. The rap tycoon gets on his “Muammar Gaddafi shit” and stacks paper like he’s “trying to fix the national debt” on the ballers’ anthem.

The song hits iTunes tomorrow along with a video, while his album is scheduled for a June 3 release.

Listen to Fif get down to business.

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Apr
14
New Music: Kelis – ‘Food’ [Album Stream]

Food

Dig in. On April 22, Kelis will serve up her first album in four years, Food. A week before its release, the singer-turned-Le Cordon Bleu chef has made the album available to stream in its entirety.

The 13 tracks include the singles “Jerk Ribs” and “Rumble,” with food-inspired tracks such as “Cobbler,” “Friday Fish Fry,” and “Biscuits N’ Gravy.”

The follow-up to 2010′s Flesh Tone was produced entirely by TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek, and explores pain, happiness, and everything in between.

Feast on Kelis’ latest offering below.

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Apr
14
New Music: Jennifer Hudson f/ Timbaland – ‘Walk It Out’

Walk It Out

It’s a new day for Jennifer Hudson. The R&B diva switches up her sound on her Timbaland-produced single “Walk It Out,” penned by Lyrica Anderson. Following the T.I.-assisted “I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel),” J-Hud gets on her “‘hood shit” and turns on the charm, even dropping a few expletives.

“I got you hypnotized / I got you staring from the look in your eyes / You wanna walk it out with me,” she sings.

The Oscar winner’s upcoming ’70s-inspired album includes contributions from Pharrell Williams, Babyface, and R. Kelly, who guests on the super-soul jam “It’s Your World.”

Take a walk on the wild side with J-Hud.

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Apr
13
New Music: Future f/ Drake – ‘Never Satisfied’ [Snippet]

Future and Drake

Enough is never enough. Following the Kanye West-assisted “I Won,” Future teams up with Drake on “Never Satisfied” off the Atlanta rapper’s upcoming album Honest.

On the Mike WiLL Made It-produced track, Drake complains about never having enough money, while Future laments about hard-to-please women.

“No matter what you do, it’s never enough / I don’t understand these bitches, Drizzy,” says Future.

Honest arrives April 22 featuring appearances from Pharrell, Wiz Khalifa, and André 3000.

Preview 30 seconds of their collaboration below.

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Apr
11
New Music: August Alsina f/ Fabolous – ‘Get Ya Money’

Fabolous and August Alsina

From Onyx to Magic City, August Alsina salutes the strippers making stacks on “Get Ya Money” featuring Fabolous, one of the cuts off his full-length debut Testimony. The New Orleans crooner dedicates the song to the hard-working women who strip to pay their way through college and support their children.

“Girl, I love seeing your back bend / They cashin’ out and you cash in,” he sings.

A video has already been shot. “See a lot of potential & talent in this young man!” said Fab of the rising star.

Due Tuesday, Testimony also features collaborations with Rick Ross, Pusha T, and Yo Gotti.

Go and get your hustle on to August’s strip club anthem.

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Apr
11
New Music: PARTYNEXTDOOR – ‘West District’

West District

Following Drake’s “Days in the East,” his OVO Sound signee PARTYNEXTDOOR takes it to the “West District” by putting his spin on the song, which he produced with Noah “40″ Shebib. But instead of rapping about Erykah Badu and Rihanna like his mentor, the Mississauga native sings about turning a one-night stand into forever.

“I don’t want it just tonight, I want forever,” he wails over the wavy production.

While we await his new album, you can check out more of his music on his newly-launched website PARTYOMO.com.

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Apr
10
New Music: Miguel f/ Rick Ross – ‘How Many Drinks? (Remix)’

Miguel and Rick Ross

Better late than never. Rick Ross caters to the ladies on his just-released remix to Miguel’s single “How Many Drinks?” off his 2012 album Kaleidoscope Dream. The Salaam Remi-produced song already spawned an official remix from Kendrick Lamar, whose verse is also here.

Listen to the MMG Mix below.

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