Stream Chocolate Droppa new mixtape “What Now?” on Apple Music below.
Chocolate Droppa, aka Kevin Hart, wasn’t joking this time when he said he would be releasing a new album. Seems film alone can’t hold the comedian so he is venturing into music.
Hart is also releasing a new film “What Now?” in theaters that coincides with the release the mixtape. The movie gives fans a behind the scene look into Kevin Hart’s life in the days leading up to his sold out stand-up comedy show.
Chocolate Droppa is Kevin Hart’s rapper alter-ego and it seems like he is planning to releasing more music in the future. The mixtape features some guest appearances from T.I., Chris Brown, Joe Jonas, Lil Yatchy, Trey Songz, Wale, Migos, 2 Chainz and more. Breezy and TIP is featured on the previously released single “Baller Alert.”
The mixtape is available on iTunes and you can stream it in it’s entirety below.
Photo Courtesy Atlantic RecordsGucci Mane‘s second album since his release from prison, Woptober, has arrived, earlier than his anticipated Oct 17 release — and for free.
Gucci tweeted the news Friday morning, writing “WOPTOBER is out now!!! I jus wanted to show the fans I appreciate them so that’s why I dropped #WOPTOBER for free.”
Woptober, Gucci’s follow up album to the rapper’s previous full-length release, Everybody Looking, features guest vocals from Young Dolph, Rick Ross and Travis Scott, and is available now to stream and download.
Michigan emcee Joose The Conqueror is no stranger to this influence and accepts the weighty responsibility that the comes with being an artist that is saying something worthwhile through his blatant honesty, unmasked emotion and stark, witty, mellowed lyricism. Hailing from Grand Rapids, Michigan’s second largest city only behind the music Mecca Detroit, Joose is the co-founder and member the rising artist collective and digital record label @AGO_music.
Alex Brady, a music producer from Annapolis, MD, is a one-stop shop that’s making a lot noise in the DMV area. After recently competing in Battle the Beat Makers in Toronto, Canada last year. From R&B instrumentals for women vocalist to faster 90s old-school boom-bap hip-hop for real rappers, Alex Brady has it all and more.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis teamed up with Ariana DeBoo on “Drug Dealer,” produced by Budo & Macklemore.
They said it wasn’t a gateway drug My homie was taking subs and he ain’t wake up The whole while, these billionaires, they kicked up Paying out congress so we take their drugs Murderers who will never face the judge And we dancing to a song about our face going numb But I seen homies turn grey, noses draining blood I could’ve been gone, out 30’s, faded in that tub
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis feat. Ariana DeBoo – Drug Dealer Lyrics
Isabelle Rezazadeh, or as most of you know her, Rezz, has accomplished another massive feat. At 12:00am on October the 7th, Rezz’s biggest release to date came out on mau5trap, her fourth EP,Something Wrong Here.
The EP takes after Rezz’s to-be-expected heavy mid tempo sound. Notable tracks off the EP are the dark and creepy “Voice In The Wall”, the industrial sounding “Paranoid”, and the jackhammer of a song, Cryptic.
In the past, one might say this EP takes after one of her larger influences, Gesaffelstein, but with this EP, Rezz sets herself a part from the french producer and stakes her own flag in the ground of electronic music.
This EP is undeniably, unmistakably, unapologetically, Rezz.
Take a listen for yourself below, and if you’re lucky, her Lunatic Tour with Malaa will be coming to a venue near you.
Atlanta singer/rapper Russ released new single “Overdue,” produced by he himself. The track views about 70 to 80k streams in It’s 12 hours released. Go stream below…
I feel like this is long overdue You know me and I’ve known you too This liquor got me talking truth You got it, yeah I feel like this is long overdue You know me and I’ve known you too This liquor got me talking truth You got it, yeah
There are a lot of producers today that don’t get the credit they deserve. To this writer, there’s one name that stands out in that list, his name is Lido. We occasionally hear his name, but compared to his talents, not nearly enough. The Norwegian producer actually started off rapping (has some serious chops btw) and has now transitioned into more production working with artists like Halsey, Diplo, and Chance The Rapper. Today. we get a result of his personal style on his latest album, Everything.
Everything is a serious emotionally driven compilation. If track titles such as: “Crazy”, “Murder”, and “Dye”, aren’t convincing enough, the sound and style of the tracks will. Lido’s hip hop influences can be heard throughout the album especially on tracks like, “Only One” and “Crazy”, which along with hip hop, takes a very R&B/future bass direction. The album is available to stream on multiple platforms, but Lido mentioned something being free, just like the album via Twitter. Perhaps this means free music or maybe it’s something a little more personal. Regardless, you will not be disappointed with his latest work, Everything.
(Verse 1) Yeah, I heard word around town is I’m popping f Bad bitch recline my seat before she top me down Just invested in two choppers and they on me now Bi**h all you hear was grr grr when I’m hoping out Put them bi**hes in a Range Rover Hit a mission with my ni**as then I change clothes Ni**as running for that paper like Usain Bolt You hit my bi**h I f**k your girl, that’s how the game go You know how that saying go, girl you know I’m popping f Give me head and make sure you make that shit sloppy now If you wit it you gon meet me at the lobby now Say you not girl I know that you are probably down Now what you talking bout?
(Bridge) What you talking bout? Never do we get in town but tonight feels right yeah What you talking bout? Never do we get in town but tonight feels
(Chorus) Like the blue jays New Toronto bi**h we balling on your blu-rays I’ve been mobbing round the city for like two days Stashing all this dirty money in a suit case, woah
(Verse 2) Don’t you know that we got plenty choppers Any bi**h inside my kitchen cooking like Betty Crocker Ni**as say that they gon rob me bi**h don’t make me stop you Uncle Speedy, B.M.F., he died don’t let it drive you Hit G Weed on the cellphone Make that call from Compton they’ll be out on Melrose Train shooters and they down to touch the railroad He ain’t down to do you colder than the hail snow, woah That shit tell you that I’m popping f When I pull up in that Wraith, that ain’t no talkingnow Hater ni**as talking payments but I bought it wow Reason why we not pull up them bi**hes hopping out Now what you talking bout?
(Bridge) What you talking bout? Never do we get in town but tonight feels right yeah What you talking bout? Never do we get in town but tonight feels right yeah
(Outro) Never do we ever get the time, never seen again, right Now I want the time, today I got the time, right I’m down south, east Atlanta, Georgia And I’m riding yeah, and I’m rollin’ yeah To the train outside, old balls, strip clubs down dirty C’s yeah And I’m rolling yeah I’m downtown, west Rolling yeah
New track here by Skooly “21 Guns,” feat. 21 Savage.
Ni**a get your funds up, 21, 21, 21 Yeah ni**a get your funds up Yeah better get your funds up, 21, 21, 21 Don’t play around we gon pick them guns up Get your funds up, get your funds up We are not that friendly boy you better not run up Get your funds up, get your funds up Ni**as playing with us, we gon pick them guns up
Spice is not too happy that she cancelled her appearance at the annual International Reggae and World Music Awards, IRAWMA, held in Fort Lauderdale last weekend.
Despite missing the show, Spice won an award for Best Female Artist. Hurricane Matthew threatened Jamaica last weekend, forcing a number events to either canceled or postponed.
Spice decision not to appear at IRAWMA was made by the preconceived notion that hurricane Matthew was indeed a threat to Jamaica. But in the end the storm inched away from the island and wrecked havoc in Haiti and Cuba. “I, myself, stayed home because the hurricane,” Spice said. “I was supposed to go to the IRAWMA, and me kinda disappointed because I won the award for female dancehall artiste the year, and I wasn’t there to collect it.”
Being a mother two, the stage show boss also expressed her concerns about the safety her children. “I had to stock up on things that they like,” she added. “I bought additional games, knowing they would be indoors. I am having a bit mixed feelings right now. Whereas I am extremely happy that Matthew didn’t come to Jamaica, especially hearing what it is doing to Haiti right now, knowing it was a Category 4 hurricane, I am also extremely disappointed that we made so many preparations and it didn’t come.”
Spice is currently in South Florida where the storm is now heading so seems she can’t catch a break.
Unu see how Matthew a follow back a mi and mi no trouble him?. Look how Matthew make the people dem a buy out the supermarket a Fort Lauderdale ?.
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Dennis LeupoldRochester fans may want to get ready for some “superlove” — Tinashe has been tapped by pop rock band Maroon 5 as one the opening acts for the group’s March dates, replacing “Cool Girl” singer-songwriter Tove Lo.
“@Tinashe will be taking @ToveLo’s place on our new dates in March and we’ve added a show in Rochester on March 5,” the band tweeted Thursday.
Tinashe will be joined by fellow supporting act R. City throughout the month. Information on tickets can be found on Maroon 5’s ficial website.
Tinashe’s highly anticipated sophomore album, Joyride, is scheduled to arrive later this fall.