Not one to be put in a box and defined by one specific sound, Denzel Woods returns with arguably his best release thus far. “Back To Regular Scheduled Programmin”—Woods’ new Ghost-produced single—provides us with another facet of Denzel’s uncanny ability to peal back the layers of his identity as he continues to effortlessly connect with the listener.
It’s that time again! The 2017 Grammy nominations were announced this morning, and Beyonce leads the nominations with 9. Drake, Rihanna, and Kanye West follow behind her with 8 nominations each. Artists new to the prestigious awards nominations are Bryson Tiller (S/O to my home state!), D.R.A.M, and Desiigner. Below is the list of the nominees from the rap and R&B genres. Ya’ll know how I do.
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Young Maryland rapper DC 410 releases his debut music video for his street single “Right Now”. This will appear on his forthcoming ‘Gettin Money Niggas’ the mixtape.
Atlanta artist Ben Al offers up a new vibe in Sushi Ceej assisted track Dealin. Ceej provides the perfect back drop for an honest and inspiring song. With a variety of melodies and top notch world play this is a must listen. Dealin is the first single from Ben Al’s Well Spent album due out early 2017.
Dj Fresh has a new challenge, let’s see how fresh you can get. Follow him on his social media so you can tag him #SuperFreshChallenge with your pictures and videos of you being fresh!
After releasing the TeamBackPack-premiered video “Tropicana” last month, Immerze picks up right where he left off with his latest single, “Ying Ying.” Set to appear on his 2017 project, Ying Ying describes a feeling, a sound and a unique energy.
Cash Money’s Turk is back with a new single called “Dam Rite”, produced by Poston Beats. This one I kinda like, it jams a little. Take a listen below.
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