To follow-up the audio release of “Appreciation”, Florida artist Villz provides new visuals for the single taken from his upcoming project. The inspiration for the video sprouted from Villz loving his current place in life, being comfortable in his own skin, as well as the experiences that made him the person he is today. The flick was shot in Little Haiti, Miami, where Villz grew up and it gives us a glimpse of who Villz is internally. Till The End of Summer will be released in November. After the break, you can hit play on Villz’s new flick. Enjoy.
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FKAtwigs is definitely a looker, and a great singer/songwriter. Today she releases a pretty dope concept film using Google Glass for her latest visual “#throughglass”. Features brand new versions from her songs “Video Girl” and “Glass & Patron”.
Off her latest album, LP1 which you can grab here.
Unless you completely deconstruct the record and put your own spin on it remixing a massive song from a star never works in my opinion. Thankfully the talented duo of Fortune and DrewsThatDude do exactly that to Bey’s ‘Drunk In Love’ smash. With guest vocals from Kenyon Dixon the two producers totally re-work the single wth some solid drum and synth work. This is nice.
Cuffin’ season is coming so Eric Bellinger remakes ILOVEMAKONNEN’s ‘Tuesday’ to a choosin’ up Wednesday. Some powerful vocals mixed with some encoder is what you can expect here. Eric’s Choose Up Season project drops next Wednesday, Oct. 1st.
You may not be completely familiar with singer-songwriter-producer Velous, but you won’t have a choice before too long. Recently signed to the Coke Boys imprint by French Montan, Velous is well on his way. Information has also been released confirming that Velous is in fact behind the production on Kanye West’s upcoming single “All Day.” For his latest personal release, Velous swipes Eric Bellinger’s “I Don’t Want Her” and puts his official stamp on it. Watch the Exhibition Z-directed flick after the break!
After much anticipation, delays and pushbacks, it seems like Breezy finally has the green light to release his forthcoming album, X. We received the 21 tracklisting featured with A-List artists featuring R. Kelly, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar, Trey Songz, Nicki Minaj, and more. Judging from the tracklisting, the album looks very promising, but can 21 tracks be too much for one album. Album is set to be on September 16th.
Check out the tracklisting after the break.
Okay here’s the dilemma with this. 9th released a couple of vids/snippets on Instagram hinting at a project between the Soul Council’s own Eric G and a unknown singer. Just a few minutes ago, a song appears titled “Know Better”, a very acoustic sound similar to James Faun…nvm we’re not going to speculate. Also judging from the instagram videos, it seems like the project is already finished. A twitter account was made yesterday, which you can follow here.
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Take a listen at the dope jam after the break.