Juicy J teams up with next big R&B artist, The Weeknd, for “One of those Nights.” I have to say I am liking Juicy J as a solo artist. He did a great collabo with Wiz and now follows Khalifa’s lead and grabs the Canadian singer for a great feature. Definitely check this out.
Curtis continues on his path to reclaiming his music status by teaming up with his record family member and hottest new artist to come out of the West, Kendrick Lamar. He unfortunately also features the next G-Unit artist on deck, Kidd Kidd. “New Day,” was alright, “My Life,” I feel could have had a cleaner sounding beat, But “We Up,” I believe he has something here. Street King Immortal is heating up to be something special, check out the unofficial video below.
Unfortunately Quentin stole Frank’s Oscar right from his hands by not including this on the Django Unchained soundtrack. Ocean shows off his songwriting skills while delivering a powerful ballad. One that Adele’s “Skyfall,” would have had no chance were it up against for the best song from a motion picture category. Here is “Wiseman,” with some nice drums added.
Having the most famous R&B singer for a sister can’t be that awful, but when you are in the same business, I can how that can overshadow your own career. Solange has been at it for awhile now, and she seems to steer clear of regular pop and r&b and make her own imprint with her music. Cyril Hahn takes her current hit “Losing You,” turns the vocals monotone and puts an eerie electric feel to it. The result: something you should listen to immediately.