Flatbush Zombies share a new track “Bounce” off their forthcoming album 3001: A Laced Odyssey in stores March 11.
Trae Tha Truth completes his two album Tha Truth cypher today with the release of the second installment. The 17 track offering includes guest features from Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Young Thug, Audio Push, B.o.B, Quentin Miller, Yo Gotti, Ty Dolla $ign and others. Stream in full above, and head over to iTunes to pick up a copy for your archives.
Today, Jhené Aiko and Gallant release their joint single “Skipping Stones,” produced by Adrian Younge and Stint. It’s a match made in modern r&b heaven, with Aiko’s whispery vox and Gallant’s soaring howl playing perfectly off one another as Younge’s crisp and cool arrangement sweeps you up into its rhodes-y groove. Here’s hoping the duo cross paths again.
It’s been a minute since we got some new sounds form OVO affiliate, Eric Dingus. Today, he gets his 2016 moving with a new instrumental track, “Toxic.” Dingus comes through with an ambient sound that is anything but toxic to your ear drums. Listen to the latest from Dingus above, and let’s hope we won’t have too wait long for the next drop.
After staying on the quiet side the last few months, Casey Veggies blesses fans for their patience. Casey drops “Pop Off”, produced by Radio, featuring fellow L.A. emcee Dom Kennedy. The song was recorded awhile back, but I don’t think anyone’s complaining. Let’s hope Casey drops the next project in 2016.
Rapper-producer Vice Souletric returns today with “Return Of The Black Man,” a call-to-arms banger from the proud Ohioan and his guests Talib Kweli, crooner Will Blaze, and frequent collaborator, G. Huff. The powerful single is also his first offering from the soon coming ‘Vice for President 2,’ a full length project set to drop on February 26. The track serves as a booming reminder what this month commemorates; the endless struggle against racist systemic forces and a people’s impenetrable resilience against them. Stream Vice Souletric’s “Return Of The Black Man” above, and pre-order your copy of his Vice For President LP on iTunes today.
On April 29th, Katy B will unveil the massive collaborative project Honey, featuring a star studded cast of producers and vocalists from around the globe. Today, the UK songbird is teasing what’s to come with the release of the album’s seductive and sweet title track, produced by Kaytranada. It’s a dissertation in the ways of Kaytra, minimal, yet funky r&b, spruced up with touches of warm, fuzzed out synths and Katy B’s breathy croon. Listen above and let us know what you think of the track.
Miguel provides a little audible invigoration, releasing a remix of the album cut “Waves” with GOOD Music rapper Travi$ Scott in tow. It marks the first time Scott and Miguel have connected on record. Hear the remix for “Waves” above, and if you’ve yet to cop Miguel’s Wildheart, we implore you to do so on iTunes today.
Sene drops some heat that not only has him back to rhyming, but coming through with a sound we haven’t heard from him. We go from BK to LA to Atlanta on “Okie Dokie” with a feature from Blu as well as Awful Records’ Keithcharles Spacebar. Geek Session handles the production while the three emcees take turns rippin’ this laid back jam. Hopefully more new sene music is on the way.