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New Banger and Video: Fat Joe & Dre - 'Pick It Up'

Posted On: January 20, 2018

Since his inception in 1993 with his debut album "Represent," Fat Joe continues to create music for the streets and club scene. In his latest banger, Fat Joe connects with producer Dre on a track titled 'Pick It Up.'

The production of the song is composed of the legendary Tupac's 'Ambitionz Az A Ridah' instrumentals. Setting off the track with "F*ck Trump," Joey Crack maintains the catchy hook of the beat and raised its vibration. From Pac's original gangsta (OG) theme to lacing it with mafioso thug, slashed mack daddy lyrical themes.

Stream it below.

And check out the visuals for Fat Joe's new banger exclusively on Tidal below.

Fat Joe is currently working on his 11th album "The Book of Joe" slated to be released later this year.


New Music: Remy Ma feat. Chris Brown - 'Melanin Magic (Pretty Brown)'

Posted On: January 19, 2018

Remy Ma is bringing that #BlackGirlMagic with a new song called, 'Melanin Magic' featuring Chris Brown.

After inking a deal with Columbia Records, Remy Ma is hitting the studio to work on her upcoming album "7 Winters & 6 Summers." The title of the album pertains to Remy's testimony of being locked up and never giving up on her self, to find the road to freedom. In an effort to market her upcoming sophomore album, Reminisce linked up with Lil Kim in November of 2017 to release the single 'Wake Me Up.'

Since then, the alarm clock has been buzzing and Remy is not sleeping on her grind. In her latest joint with Breezy, Rem blesses the track to inspire, empower and; motivate melanin women (Black women of all skin tones) to accept and love themselves more. That's that divine feminine energy, get your Goddess glow up and shine in your brilliance!

Flowing over the classic tune 'Pretty Brown Eyes' by Mint Condition, Remy soulfully lays her bars over the instrumentals. Not missing a beat, Remy Ma is feeling herself.

"Body lookin’ like cinnamon."

And Papoose is licking all the icing off that bun.

Uh, huh.

7 Winters & 6 Summers is due out earlier this year, no information is available on a release date.

Until then, hit that play button and get in a vibe with her new joint below.


#MusicMondays: New Heat: YFN Lucci feat. Meek Mill - 'Street Kings'

Posted On: January 15, 2018

Prepping listeners for his upcoming album,YFN Lucci enlists Meek Mill for his new joint, 'Street Kings.' Although Meek is locked up, the business of music continues while he stacks it up behind bars.

The track opens up with some keyboard instrumentals and what sounds like the violin or cello in the background, YFN Lucci goes in about the dope boy motivation of being a street n*gga with ambitions to make millions. And even though his fans hear him, YFN Lucci wants to give them that feeling of what he's rapping about. Making it out the slum, YFN Lucci finds the king within him and crowns himself.

Meek Mill comes on the song reminiscing on his Midas touch of turning dollars into thousands, being a Houdini with the money and alchemizing it to millions. Staying on his king sh*t, Meek rhymes about moving his mom out the hood into a mansion. And with all of his achievements, Meek reflects on his trials and tribulations.

Street Kings is slated to appear on YFN Lucci's forthcoming album, "Ray Ray from Summerhill."

Until then, well y'all know the drill.

Blaze it below!


#MusicMondays: Lloyd Bank$ Blazes the Mic with "Mighty Healthy' Freestyle

Posted On: January 15, 2018

With the continuation of his "At Your Request Series" project, Lloyd Bank$ torches the mic once again with 'Mighty Healthy' freestyle.

Flexin' his lyrical skills over Ghostface Killah’s 'Mighty Healthy' instrumentals, PLK (Punchline King) brings the calisthenics to his bars and strong-arms the beat. The freestyle is definitely a street joint with Bank$ gutter and gritty flow.

Blaze it below.


#MusicMondays: Wale Remixes SZA's 'The Weekend'

Posted On: January 15, 2018

Starting his year off with a remix, Wale modifies SZA's hit song 'The Weekend' and poetically illustrates the male version of it.

Wale paints the story of an unfaithful man on a quest, trying to find something that can awaken his spirit and a vibe he can resonate with.

"But truthfully shorty we didn't even find the real vibe yet," Wale rhymes.

Folarin continues on the track expressing, how monogamy is not for the weak hearted and maybe cheaters are sociopaths. He gets into some Netflix and chill with a quickie, but yet still craves a quality relationship to make an honest man out of him.


Grab your earphones and plug to it below.