This summer saw the comeback of a few early 00’s R&B stars. We saw a new single from Mario and Rick Ross a few weeks ago, now we have Tweet. Tweet blessed us with songs such as “Oops” in 2002. (ft. Missy Elliot.) Also, the song “Take Away”, which was a tribute to the late Aaliyah. This time around she’s signed to E-one music and is releasing her new single ,”Wont Hurt Me.” Her new album , “Charlene” (her first name) is coming soon.
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Fetty Wap has released a new single featuring his Remy Boy compadre Monty. As part of his #FettyWeek series, we see him releasing new songs until his album drops this Friday.
A year ago Rae Sremmurd, was signed to Mike Will Made-It’s, Ear Drummer’s records. Now, they are releasing their fifth single “Come Get Her.” The video is an alternative to an actual strip club, as the duo are seen performing in a country club. Their album SremmLife is available now.
After much speculation, it’s finally here. Drake and Future’s mysterious mixtape, “What A Time To Be Alive” was released on iTunes. With “Views On The 6″ on the horizon, Drake dropped the album “If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late.” Over the summer, future surprised his fans with “Dirty Sprite 2.” It featured “Where Ya At”, where both of the rappers were featured on. Now, with a FULL album together with production from Metro Boomin, and TM88 you can’t go wrong.
As part of a weekly series that Jeezy has created called #SundayService, which is a new weekly song with a message attached. So this Sunday, Pastor Young drops “Church In The Streets”, produced by Zaytoven. His next album is due Nov. 13th.
Young Scooter releases the visuals for his track, “Hit It Raw,” ft Future, from his Juggathon mixtape. Available Now.
Rich Homie Quan surprised his fans today with an exclusive mixtape, produced by his in-house producer DTSpacely. The mixtape has only one feature, and it’s the incarcerated Offset from The Migos. This is the second mixtape he dropped this year, the first was “If You Ever Think I Will Stop Goin In Ask RR” in April.
These two New Orleans natives have collaborated quite a bit in the past year. They teamed up with Juicy J on “100% Juice”, for the track, “Miss Mary Mack.” They both collaborated with Curren$y for his latest single, “Bottom Of The Bottle.”
August’s sophomore album , “This Thing Called Life” is set to drop later this year.