Posts Tagged ‘Hip Hop’

Sam and Mike

Check out this little hit with the collabo of Sam and Mike.

2am clubGotta give it up to one of my friends for showing me this song.  I do hear that 2AM Club and Big Sean had a little twitter beef over who leaked the track.  Well cooler heads have prevailed, whatever that means, but be sure to check out the catchy track and other 2AM Club tracks.

J&TheWeeknd

Yes, The Weeknd can pair with someone besides Drake and I would argue that this is one of his better collaborations.  The vocals of The Weeknd with a Juicy J/Three6Mafia beat work out perfectly.

JamesFauntleroy

Drake performing

Another typical Drake remix featuring James Fauntleroy for the ladies of course!

NickiPharrellNellyCheck out another great song with your typical catchy hook and beat by Pharrell.  Pharrell has that unique style and you can almost always tell when it is a Pharrell beat.  With the additions of great individual artists like Nicki Minaj and Nelly then you have a great catchy song.  I also would like to mention that you have to talk about Pharrell having some of the most swag and style in the game to go along with Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Drake, etc.

Timeflies per

Timeflies has a great way of mixing up Cal’s lyrics and freestyling ability with Rez’ top of the line beats.  Check it and don’t forget to subscribe to them here!

Drake

I don’t know if Drake will ever top his first album/mixtape, So Far Gone, but this new album to be released Sept. 17th titled Nothing Was the Same is shaping out to possibly contend with So Far Gone with tracks like these; Started From the Bottom, All Me (Below), Connect, Hold On We’re Going Home, and Tuscan Leather.

Drake & The Weeknd

For those that still don’t know but when anyone says O.V.O. it is aka Drake and The Weeknd is X.O. and check out their new track.

Drake performing

New Drake!
This song is a little less hard and on the softer side probably to draw more women to pick up his album, Nothing Was The Same, that drops on September, 17th.

Kat Dahlia

Check out this clever Rap/R&B/Hip-Hop song with a combo of a hard core beat with even harder lyrics.  It seems to make you become pumped up in a pissed off  way for no reason.  As you can see from this interview, Kat Dahlia is also a down to earth artist who doesn’t mind being compared to the like of Rihanna or Adele.