PNB Rock gets with Lil Durk and Lud Foe For for his latest release 88. On the track these three the new school artists pay homage to the year 1988, before “the game done changed”. One of the realest lines I’ve heard in a while, “Everybody got them a tool and everybody think sh*t a game, bullets ain’t got no name, n*ggas ain’t got no aim”.
To kick off the new year right, the Migos drop the visual aid to their latest single Call Casting. The Kee Motion filmed video was shot while in Nigeria a few weeks ago. Be on the look out for their upcoming album Culture, due out later this year.
Canadian lyricist Madchild returns with the visual to his latest single Write It Down. The video comes just in time for the kick off of his tour. Be on the look out for the March 10th release of the upcoming album The Darkest Hour.
Although the Chance The Rapper and Jeremih assisted track originally leaked back in July, Big Sean has now liberated the full version. No word if this song will be placed on the upcoming LP from Big Sean.
Chance the Rapper literally made history with his latest project Coloring Book, while helping to revitalize my love for dope music. Finding myself lost in all of the tracks at different times, choosing a favorite isn’t an option. The production on this album is pure genius. So many different instruments infused together to make some of the most infectious tunes.