I heard an interview with Ne-Yo the other day where he implied his skepticism about R&B being on the rise again. It may not be where it was in the 90′s, but the genre is definitely in good hands with up and coming stars like Jake&Papa at the helm. This new banger is…well, a banger. Go ahead and hit that play button below.
It’s not easy loving guys like us.” Jake&Papa say. “Any woman seeing this lifestyle can feel discouraged if she’s not confident in her position. Gotta let her know that the world & everything in it, including my love, is All For You.
Peace to the God. Hollygrove Mikey of rap group 0017th joins up with YMCMB artist Gudda Gudda and producer/Lil Waynes cousin C8kes to drop a brand new record for the fans.
New heat from that BK/Tampa fellow Donnie Benz. Expects some new fire from the homie, but enjoy his newest release below produced by Sounds-By-Coop.
Hoody Alan breaks out the camera while Famey’s up in the Penthouse at Platinum Sounds to bring to life his quick freestyle produced by the great Jerry Wonda. 90′s babies all day, ju heardd. In-studio performance right after the jump for you suckass.
Yes Badazz from Badazz Ent., don’t be fooled by the Donkey feature as this record is anything from jackass material. Rayski Baby brings us all back to the trap for his brand new visual directed by Stack Moses for the official remix to his tough record. I’m rockin’ with the boyz, go ahead and check out the part 1 of their remix after the break.
No matter what the outcome is, Young Haze doesn’t sound like he is going to be stopping his grind for no one. Coming with a solid new track, his first appearance here on the NQM comes with some cool production from 2 Deep. Let’s see how you guys are feeling about this and if some push comes from behind it.
I’ll let the International folks tell it…
After her first European tour in 2013 and the release of her 2012 album Significant Wizdom II: Atypical, Signif is back with new music titled “The L Word (LikeLustLove)” produced by London’s Moteleola.
This new joint is the first off his Friction album slated to drop this summer.
I guess if we’re name dropping, you might recognize Stephen Michael’s on the credits of songs from T-Pain, Bobby V, Snoop Dogg, Mario Winans, Jadakiss & Uncle Murda. For the summer, he now returns with some product of his own and he is getting to the point. He just wanna get down with the shorties. You already know the deal, check in after the break for the full drop.