H.E.R. flips Lauryn Hills’s “Lost Ones” on new track “Lost Souls“. Both songs delve into topics including feminism, materialism, and legacy, with H.E.R.’s verses expanding on ideas Hill laid down on her track. Of course, Ms. Hill is credited on the DJ Scratch-featured track.”Lost Souls” is included on “I Used to Know Her: The Prelude“ a project that serves as a clear lead up to an dope album.
1017’s newest signee Asian Doll drops her newest visual for “Southside”. ATL producer & 808 mafia’s own Southside handles the production duties, check it out below!
Check out the new single “Imagine” from his new project “Karma 2“. The new project is scheduled to drop this week , but East has not confirmed yet. The new project has production handled by Murda Beatz, Weezy and The Beat Menace, and many more. Some guest on the project is Jadakiss, BlocBoy JB, Lil Durk, Fabolous, Trouble and Don Q.
Team 600’s own Edai returns with his latest visual for “Front Door” shot by Solo Vision.
Check out the new music video “FEFE” with 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj letting us know they “Don’t really want no friends“.
Check out Mack 11’s latest visual for”Fast Car“. Joint produced by Z the Savage and shot by Otto The Director.
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Even though Chance The Rapper was scheduled to release an album this week , he let fans know via Twitter ” Sorry no album this week, def been in the stu tho. ?” . He gifted us with four amazing songs “I Might Need Security”, “Work Out”, “Wala Cam”, and “65th and Ingleside”. “I Might Need Security“, is sampled from the catchy line in the Jamie Foxx stand-up comedy special in 2002. He shuts down the Chicago Sun-Times for calling him ” a deadbeat daddy” referring to his child support court proceedings last year. He called out Mayor Rahm Emanuel for giving “ paid vacations to murderers”, in that the city has shown interest in the police shootings of young African-Americans in Chicago.”Work Out” is his piece which shows his faithfulness to his first love which is music. The care-free fun song “Wala Cam“, gives highlight about the Chicago online platform for on the rise singers, rappers , and primarily dancers at an event called the “War Zone“. “65th and Ingleside” reflects on where Chance and his fiance, Kristen Carley, grew up and became a wonderful family. We are not clear if these four songs will be on the album , but these will hold us over until he decides to release it. Check out all four songs above.