[AUDIO] Dubb- My Day

‘The stars aligned last night as we crossed the newest track from California emcee, Dubb, as well also catch news of  welcoming his first born child into the world. “My Day” is a smooth track that begins with a contemporary hip hop beat filled with horns, which was produced by B HamTrumpet Dude, and CY Fyre. To recognize and celebrate the many successes that he has recently come across, Dubb goes bar for bar reminding himself of the hard times he faced as one of many artists in the world simply trying to “make it.” Showcasing constant progression since the past project, Never Content, Dubb has continued to stay hungry, grounded, and focused. Fast-forwarding to the now ‘happenings’ of the Av8ers camp, Dubb has been welcomed into the Blood Money camp by The Game.

Be sure to look out for Dubb to appear on The Game’s upcoming “Year of the Wolf” release as well as a new project “Perfect Timing” which has no release date at the moment.  Check out “My Day” below.

[VIDEO] Villz- 420am (prod. by Mike Ewing)

Quietly creeping his way into the music scene singer/songwriter, Villz, introduces his newest video entitled “420am.” The Florida native relocated to Nashville, TN to embark on a new journey and work on new music for the masses as a part of the Gold House regime. Seemingly hitting the jackpot once he relocated, Villz formed a relationship with producer Mike Ewing and the two have been creating greatness ever since.

420am, which was produced by Ewing, is a track that showcases the vocal talents of Villz in various ways. Tethering the subtle approach of the production with his melodic vocals, Villz creates a moody track that immediately draws the ear once his voice is heard. As if the sensual track isn’t enough, Villz works with the talented TMETRVLR SAO to create a neon-lit, silhouette stemmed visual treatment that is nothing short of perfection. Villz draws the connection in the 2009 film, Enter the Void, which dipicts the life of a drug dealer amongst the bright lights and city dreams of Tokyo but takes a dramatic turn. Once you’ve seen the movie (as suggested by Villz), 420am is that much more intriguing to watch. With the support of GH87, the production of Mike Ewing, and the visual bliss from SAO, what more can one ask for? We’ll answer that with the hopes of more music and visuals to ready our audience for the crazy ride we’re all about to take with the release of Til the End of Summer.

420am has been circulating throughout the blogosphere the past few days at a rapid pace as it has already been featured on the front page of Complex Mag, Hip Hop DX, Thisis50, and YouHeardThatNew amongst other well-respected websites.

[VIDEO] @ScottyAtl- Mo Money Mo Prollem$

Southern bred Atlanta emcee, Scotty, travels to the New York streets in his newest visual for Mo Money Mo Prollem$. Scotty hits various subways, urban neighborhoods, and more throughout the video (which is a dope ass track with or without a visual attached).

[AUDIO] Terrace Martin & Kendrick Lamar- Poetic Justice (Live In NYC)

Terrace Martin and Kendrick Lamar performed “Poetic Justice” back in January of 2013 on Saturday Night Live. The live version grabbed placement on Martin’s most recent 3ChordFold Pulse LP (which dropped today) and the track sounds even better on audio stream. Check it out below and be sure to gram 3ChordFold Pulse LP.

[AUDIO] Stream Mariah Carey’s New album “Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse”

On May 27, Mariah Carey‘s newest album “Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse” will be available for purchase but you can now stream the album in full via iTunes Radio First Play. Mariah’s 14th album includes appearances from Nas, Wale, Miguel, and Fabolous. R. Kelly and Mary J. Blige show up on the extra tracks featured in the Deluxe edition.

From first listen, the album is a major step up from 2009′s “Memoir of an Impect Angel” which became her worst selling record. The new music was long-delayed but totally worth it. Carey is back to her grand ballads but the R&B vibe is still very alive. It is clear that she has gone all in on this album.
1. Cry
2. Faded
3. Dedicated (feat. Nas)
4. #Beautiful (feat. Miguel)
5. Thirsty
6. Make It Look Good
7. You’re Mine (Eternal)
8. You Don’t Know What To Do (feat. Wale)
9. Supernatural
10. Meteorite
11. Camouflage
12. Money (feat. Fabolous)
13. One More Try
14. Heavenly (No Ways Tired/Can’t Give Up Now)
15. Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse
16. It’s a Wrap (feat. Mary J. Blige)
17. Betcha Gon’ Know (feat. R. Kelly)
18. The Art of Letting Go

[EVENT] Ledisi Takes To The Balcony in Nashville, Tn (Show Recap)

Ledisi performed at War Memorial Auditorium this past Sunday night in Nashville, TN. She is currently out on tour promoting her record, The Truth.

Singer songwriter Ledisi breaks away from her usual ballads on the newest project and speeds things up a bit. The show starts off with Ledisi, joined by two dancers, strutting her stuff to “That Good Good” (my personal favorite off of The Truth). She made it known at the beginning of the show that the majority of the songs that night would be newer material. However, she did kick it old school for a portion of the show. During “Pieces of Me”, she walked out into the crowd and sang to all of her female fans. She even made her way up the stairs because “the balcony never gets any love.” The night ended with her latest single, “I Blame you”, complete with a chair dance routine.  Bad relationships may not be ideal but Ledisi’s new record proves that good can come from the bad. There are still a few more stops left on her tour.

May 16 – Houston, TX – Bayou Music Center

May 17 – Austin, TX – ACL Live

May 21 – San Francisco, CA – Warfield Theatre

May 22 – Los Angeles, CA – Club Nokia

May 23 – Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues

May 24 – San Diego, CA – San Diego Jazz Festival

May 25 – Sacramento, CA – Woodlake Inn

Download Ledisi’s record The Truth and check out her live performance of “I Blame You” on David Letterman.

[AUDIO] Danity Kane-Lemonade

Danity Kane is BACK!! The reformed girl group dropped their latest single “Lemonade” late last night. Dawn Richards “Partition” inspired intro is everything. Set to the strong beat people will be wondering “who the hell is her” after hearing this song.


The cover art for the track has people wondering why there are only 3 girls. It’s known that D.Woods is no longer a part of the group but it looks like another one may have called it quits. O’Day, Bex, and Richard have all promoted the new track but Fimbres has been a little quite.

The girls are about to head out for their #DKNOFILTERTOUR which kicks off tomorrow and travels to San Francisco, Anaheim, Chicago, Saint Louis, Cincinnati, Detroit, Cleveland, Charlotte, Boston, Silver Spring, Philadelphia, New York, and San Diego. You can grab tickets HERE.


[EVENT] Waka Flocka Flame To Perform In Nashville, May 30

Nashville picks up another show as March One Music announces that Waka Flocka Flame will be performing in Nashville, TN on May 30th at Anthem Nightclub.

Waka Flocka has been on a steady high as he has been touring with fellow music head and new found friend, Steve Aoki. The Bricksquad member is known for various singles including “O Lets Do It,” “Hard In Da Paint,” and “No Hands.” Waka Flocka has also recently joined the cast of VH1 reality show, Love & Hip Hop (Atlanta).

If you plan to attend this show, and know the venue, the smartest thing to do is to grab tickets once they go sale Friday 5/2 11:00am CT

[AUDIO] Tanya Ali ft. Ro Marquez- Multiplying Genesis

Nashville’s Tanya Ali and Ro Marquez link for a new track entitled Multiplying Genesis. While these two are newer names to the scene, they are no stranger to the booth as they both relay quality bars over a DG producced beat. The two collaborate well and come out with a pretty interesting track. We are excited to see what they each have to offer to the city. Check out Multiplying Genesis below.

[MIXTAPE] @le1fny-HEY Ep


New York rapper Le1f dropped the follow up to last year’s Tree House earlier this week. Hey, released under Terrible/XL Recordings, really shows off Le1f’s skilled wordplay. The EP features 4 new songs and a “cleaned up” version of his hit “Wut.”

Le1f also made his television debut this week on the Late Show with David Letterman, making it the first time an openly gay rapper has performed on a major network’s late night show.

Le1f is set to hit the stage at Moogfest and Hangout Music Festival this summer. Make sure to check out his previous mixtapes.