Nelly hopes to have the clubs jumping with his new Nicki Minaj and Pharrell-featured single Get Like Me. The record is produced by Pharrell and will appear on Nelly’s upcoming album M.O., which is set to drop later this year.
T.I. links up with frequent collaborator and fellow Hustle Gang member Trae Tha Truth for the official Check This, Dig That video. Directed by PhillyFlyBoy. This was one of the Best Buy bonus tracks from Tip’s latest album Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head.
R&B phenom Marques Houston returns to the music scene with a new single entitled Give Your Love A Try featuring Problem. This is the first official release from his upcoming album Famous, which is set to hit stores on August 27th.
After collaborating together on Girls Love Beyonce, Drake and James Fauntleroy are back at it once again. This time they join forces for an unreleased and unfinished track titled On My Way. Nothing Was The Same is on the way.
J. Cole has always been an artist people either love or love to hate. Either way, he’s an artist that everybody brings up at some point when discussing Hip-Hop among friends or on an online community. While his 2011 debut album was great, he did end up receiving a lot of backlash from fans and there were even rumors of Cole getting dropped from Roc Nation for various reasons. With all that behind him in 2013, Jermaine hopes to make his best body of work yet and hopefully outsell Kanye West’s Yeezus album, which was also released today (June 18th). Did J. Cole progress any? Check out our track-by-track analysis below and then our final thoughts/summary below that.
Juicy J grabs Wale for a dope verse and Trey Songz for a typical, catchy hook for his latest single Bounce It. This will appear on his forthcoming album Stay Trippy, which should be dropping in the next few months.
Freddie Gibbs keeps the material coming and today we get a new video for Eastside Moonwalker, which will live on his upcoming project ESGN, dropping July 9th. John Colombo on the cameras.