Day: November 19, 2021

Kaytranada Delivers “Intimidated” EP With H.E.R., Thundercat & Mach-Hommy

Kaytranada’s “Intimidated” EP brings the best out of his collaborators. This year, Kaytranada scored himself two well-deserved Grammys for his exceptional work on his sophomore studio album Bubba, and although his output has been frustratingly limited in 2021, the Canadian artist returns today with a brief, yet infectious new EP. Serving as his only other solo release this year

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Isaiah Rashad Adds 4 New Bonus Tracks To “The House Is Burning [Homies Begged]”

The TDE spitter added a couple songs to his critically-acclaimed album. As TDE‘s Tennessee star Isaiah Rashad followed up his critically-acclaimed record, The House Is Burning, with a sold out nationwide tour, the “Find A Topic” rapper was met with fans begging for more new music. Rashad, who took five years between The Sun’s Tirade and The House Is Burning, is not one to drop

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New & Hottest Songs – November 2021 – Pt.45

Leon Bridges & Jazmine Sullivan Link Up For R&B Love Song, “Summer Rain” Leon Bridges/Spotify Bridges recently shared the deluxe version of his album, “Gold-Diggers Sound.” Earlier this year, Leon Bridges dropped off his soulful R&B album, Gold-Diggers Sound. On November 17th, the 32-year-old returned with a deluxe edition, complete with a gorgeous duet – “Summer Rain” featuring

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Big Sean & Hit-Boy Perform “What A Life” On “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

The “What You Expect” collaborators hit the Fallon stage to perform one of their newest records. Big Sean and Hit-Boy have a strong working relationship. After dropping their collaboration, “What A Life” and its bee-covered music video, Sean and Hit-Boy announced that a joint tape called What You Expect was on the way. Araya Doheny/Getty Images What You Expect turned out to be a five-song, hard-hitting EP

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Young Dolph Was One Of A Kind

 Prince Williams/Wireimage/Getty Images Rest in peace to a Memphis legend. There is something about the way Young Dolph put on for Memphis that has always felt more passionate, more thoughtful, and more urgent than his fellow rap comrades. Perhaps this was due to the fact that, at least during Dolph’s heyday, Memphis had not yet really established itself

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