Young Money artist Jay Sean is back with a nice R&B track to get your Wednesday going. On a side note Fat Joe released his first single featuring Chris Brown and I repeat he is still awful, no post for you, slightly less Fat Joe.
Producers Urban Noize just released their Adele / Jay mashup album. Hailing from Miami, these two have combined to blend vocals from each artist, to make cohesive songs as if they were recorded together in the first place. “Won’t go,” combines “Wishing on a Star,” and “He Won’t Go.”. Download the full album at http://urbannoize2010.tumblr.com/.
Are you an up and coming rapper who needs a smash hit? There’s a very short list of people you can call for a feature to make sure of it, but I would include Ricky Rozay in that category. Here he’s featured on Stalley’s “Lincoln Way Nights,” the title track to his upcoming album dropping November 8th. Stalley has been gaining more recognition since his cypher on the BET awards with the likes of Wale, Meek Mill, and even the bawse himself. I still think he should cut that stupid f*%&ing beard.
Stalley ft. Rick Ross- Lincoln Way NIghts (Shop Remix)
“Ticket to the Sky” was actually posted to Fadi’s Soundcloud close to a year ago, however the track actually just started picking up traction on the Hype Machine within the past few days. In trying to research this guy, there’s not really a whole lot to go off of online except for the fact that he’s from Budapest, Hungary… pretty bad ass if you ask me. In checking out his page, I’ve found a whole boat load of stuff that is ready for to make its way to the club. Check it out
No denying the Roots are one of the most original creative groups in music. Whether it be their own albums, backing up other artists with their live band, or delivering great music Monday through Friday on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. “Make My,” is their first single off their new album, and features one of the best from the new class of Hip Hop, Big K.R.I.T. Check it out,
The newcomer from Wichita, Kansas keeps putting out song after song, and is one of hip hop’s best rising stars. His Zero Heroes mixtape put him on the map, and with the help of GLC and others he brings us another smash. So “Blame Yourself” if you don’t press play on this one.