You could have told me Oprah was seen hooking up with Ice Cube and I would have believed you before thinking Miley Cyrus would be featured on a track with Juicy J. Look out for this "interesting" collaboration to hit air waves soon.
KENZIE MAY, MUSIC, POP, VIDEOS
British songstress liberates a great set of visuals that go perfect with the vibe of her track "Hide & Seek." While she previously only lended her vocals as a feature artist on on FTSE's "Float" and Sub Focus' "Falling Down", Kenzie holds her own with this solo effort. I'm anxious to hear more from this rising star.
I stumbled across Waldo earlier this week and completely forgot to post up this track. The 21 year old emcee is new on my radar and I wish I was introduced to him a lot sooner. There's a lot of honesty in this track that makes me want to hear more. After vibing to "Finally" for the last few days, I'm anxious to hear his upcoming Forever Humble project.
The Weeknd dropped this a few days ago (sorry Im late to the partty) and is the title track off his upcoming EP Kiss Land. The track runs 8 mins long and is seperated into 2 different parts. Most Weeknd fans will love it, people with a short attention span may not make it past 3 mins. All in all its a dope track.
What happens when two dope emcees, one from North Carolina and the other from Baltimore, come together for a collaborative project? You get a hot ass collection of tracks know as Black Sunday. As you journey through the 11 track mixtape you hear a story of two young men who grew up in the same situation, struggling to turn the negative environment that surrounds them into something positive through music. Don't expect any "bottle popping" or "pole dancing" on this project. Black Sunday is full of thought provoking rhymes and sample heavy production that a lot of folks have been craving in today's hip hop.