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Album Stream: N.E.R.D Releases ‘No One Ever Really Dies’

posted by Oscar December 15, 2017

The return of N.E.R.D has officially arrived today as the group has released its comeback album, No One Ever Really Dies.

Their first new album since Nothing was released back in 2010 sees Pharrell and crew connect featured acts like Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar (on two tracks — the other also featuring M.I.A.), Future, André 3000, Ed Sheeran, and Gucci Mane with Wale. Frank Ocean earned a writing credit on K. Dot-featuring track “Don’t Do It!”

Stream the new record below. Continue Reading

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Wale – “Groundhog Day” (Prod. by Jake One)

posted by Alberto December 3, 2016

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Wale is back spitting straight bars on a new track that most are taking as a response to J. Cole’s “False Prophets.” It also helps that he makes a few very obvious references about Cole on the song. I don’t see “Groundhog Day” as diss, though. Listen to the track for yourself below.  Continue Reading

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President Obama Shares His 2016 Summer Playlist, feat. Chance The Rapper, Leon Bridges, Courtney Barnett, Nas

posted by Oscar August 11, 2016

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President Obama has shared his summer playlist for 2016. Mr. President took to Twitter to let the world know what he’s jamming to this season, with a playlist dedicated to daytime and another for the nighttime.

The daytime collection includes songs from Leon Bridges, Courtney Barnett, Jay Z, and Aretha Franklin. The nighttime playlist boasts tracks by Chance The Rapper, D’Angelo, and Floetry. Listen to the playlists below. Continue Reading

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Wale Releases Video for “Know Me” + 3 Other New Songs

posted by Alberto October 21, 2015

Today is a very good for all Wale fans out there. Not only did he release 4 new songs, but he also released the official video for one of the tracks. Watch the visuals for “Know Me” featuring Skeme above. You can stream “New Phone,” “Illuminate” and a remix to Tove Lo’s “Not On Drugs” below.  Continue Reading