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Photo Credit: Robin Marchant/ Getty Images Just in time for the 2017 inauguration of President-elect Trump this Friday and Martin Luther King Day, comes a new track from J.Cole. The politically charged "High For Hours" has Cole rapping about what it was like meeting President...
There's a lot of talent to be found in the NYC's subways and SoLow RedLine is a product of that but in his hometown of Chicago. The rapper went from the train to notoriety in the city after being discovered on The Redline, the name for the transit system in the city. Now...
After winning Battle Of The Beats last week with his single “Location,” Khalid returns with a brand new single titled “Saved.” The track goes into a story in which he hopes a relationship that ended up broken can be one day put back together again. His debut album is scheduled...
This a surprise. Alicia Keys returns with a brand new track titled “Sweet F***ing Love.” The track is produced by Swizz Beatz. Check it out below.
After some beef with her label TDE, SZA is gearing up for the release of her album CTRL. She performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, and now we finally get to hear some brand new music with “Drew Barrymore.” Check out the Scum and Carter Lang produced track below.
Kehlani returns with a brand new single titled “Do U Dirty.” The track will have you feeling a bit uncomfortable as she speaks says what she wants to do to a certain lucky man. It will live on her album SweetSexySavage . Check it out below.
After releasing his brand new singe and video for a track titled “Drugs,” August Alsina returns with a brand new track. This single it tiled “Wait” and addresses a woman that will hope will wait for him in the future until he gets done doing “a few things in life.” The track...
Coming from Philly, Young G Skyline is looking to make an impact in the rap game. He comes with a brand new track titled “Real” which features Sony Chulo. Check out the track below produced by Stack Beatz.
(Photo Credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images) Wow eight years goes fast doesn't it. Back in 2008, the hip hop community fell behind what will later become the first black president of the United States of America. The former senator from Illinois set the world by storm with his...