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There’s no denying that Juicy J has been having a good deal of success recently. The latest proof for this comes in the shape of Ke$ha’s “Crazy Kids.” While the original version featured will.i.am you can now listen to a new verse from the Memphis rapper on the refix which officially hits airwaves on Tuesday, May 21.
Chris Brown has unveiled a two-minute preview of his upcoming single “They Don’t Know,” which features previously unreleased vocals from the late and great Aaliyah. The song, which is set to be featured on Breezy’s upcoming X LP, will certainly draw a comparison or two with Drake’s duet with the R&B icon “Enough Said.” Listen above.
Statik Selektah gets the assist from Sean Price & Mac Miller for the latest track off his upcoming Extended Play album due out June 18 via Showoff Records/Duck Down Music. Boom-bap rhymes and production intertwined with rhymes contrasting from the new and oldschool of hip-hop. Stream above and support the cause if you like what you hear through iTunes.
Jay Sean wants to take you to another plant on this new sensual release, which is to featured on the crooner’s forthcoming LP. “Mars” notes the British singer-songwriter speaking directly to the ladies, showcasing his falsetto, as MMG frontman Rick Ross then adds a verse for the hip-hop heads. Again, the joint effort will be featured on Sean’s new Neon project, coming in June. Enjoy the slow jam now below.
Today we receive another drop-off from LA Leakers’ upcoming Leaks of the Industry compilation. This time around, we note goodness from Joey Fatts and A$ton Matthews on “The Code.” The tag team effort accounts for the second delivery from the aforementioned project, which is expected to arrive next month. So while we wait for the next leak, enjoy “The Code” below. You guys into this one?
Ciara unveils the official remix of her current hit single “Body Party.” The original version was backed up by some great chorus work by Future, but his contribution has been expanded to the upbeat refix. In addition, B.o.B has been added to the mix in order to provide some matching lyrics for the cut. Expect Ciara’s self-titled album to hit shelves on July 9.
Former member of The Cool Kids (sigh), Chuck Inglish drops off a new delivery, featuring Aston Matthews and Kashflow. The joint effort is an undeniably funky affair, which sees each artist spitting their respective bars over-top the infectious instrumental. Chuck is currently working on his upcoming Droptops EP, which is expected to arrive in the near future. For now, enjoy “Tangerine” below.
In support of his impressive single featuring Common, today crooner Elijah Blake drops off the coinciding visual for “X.O.X.” As the song deals with Blake being stuck on a past relationship, which of course hinders his current one, the clip then notes the Roc Nation signee alongside a certain female, as we also see an appearance from Common as well. Blake is currently working on his debut album.
In Nike’s latest promotional ad, titled, “Fly Swatter”, tennis legend Roger Federer is put to the test against a familiar foe. No it’s not Rafa, or Djokovic, but the common housefly. Like Federer, we’ve all used whatever’s at arm’s reach or at our disposable to get rid of the annoying insect. Unlike Federer, many of us haven’t been in this situation with the extremely flexible Nike Free Trainer 5.0 as a weapon of choice. Check out the video as Federer puts his familiar tennis moves on display in his bid to rid his domicile of this nuisance. Bzzzzz! Bzzzzzz!
While it has almost been a year since A$AP Ferg dropped the stellar hit “Work” via A$AP Mob’s mixtape Lords Never Worry, the track recently resurfaced due to its music video drop. Now we get treated to visuals to the remix, which comes less than 24 hours after the official audio track release. Joining Ferg is fellow comrade A$AP Rocky along with French Montana, ScHoolboy Q and Trinidad Jame$, all throwing down their own distinctive flair on the bass-heavy trap anthem. Shot at the legendary Rucker Park in Manhattan, New York, the video shows Ferg and his team cavorting around the legendary basketball court before moving to a discreet warehouse where he’s joined by the rest of the group.