New Music

Alicia Keys gave everyone a nice little give with a brand new single called "28 Thousand Days." The song is meant to inspire you to live every minute of your life to the fullest, and enjoy it while you're still here. Check it out below.
Chinx's team created a perfect concept with two of New York City's most talented artists that sadly left us too soon. Both Chinx and Stack Bundles collaborate on the Queens rappers' celebrating their hood Far Rockaway on the upcoming album Welcome To JFK which is scheduled to be...
Soon after the release of his 10 Summers mixtape, DJ Mustard goes back to the mainstream with his latest single. His new single include Ty Dolla Sign and Makonnen for "Why'd You Call." Check it out below.
Dej Loaf is preparing the release of her upcoming EP #AndSeeThatsTheThing. To prepare us, we get a little teaser with her collaboration with Future called "Back Up." Check it out below.
Kehlani is picking up quite a buzz with herself after releasing her album You Should Be Here in April. She brought on Trey Songz for the remix to her single "The Way." The original version had Chance the Rapper on it, but she wanted a whole other flavor to it. Check it out below.
Kirko Bangz linked up with Fetty Wap for a nice little collaboration. The single has a nice little sample of Ginuwine's class "Pony," and it's called “Worry Bout It,” and it will be included in his upcoming album Bigger Than Me. Check out the single below.
Joe Budden just released the latest single off his upcoming album All Love Lost which is scheduled to be releaed October 9th. He recently sat down with Ebro in the Morning where he detailed some facts about his upcoming project and the the single. Check out "Broke" below.
Vic Mensa continues to change things up with a different sound, and this latest single is now difference. "No Chill" ws produced by Skrillex and Jahlil Beats and will rest on his upcoming album Traffic.
As we all patiently wait for Chinx posthumous album, we get a brand new single from Chinx simply called "YAY." We can imagine this song blaring out of some car speakers before the summer turns down. Welcome To JFK. Album drops August 14.