DJ Khaled links up with Drake, Rick Ross and Lil’ Wayne for “No New Friends,” the lead songle off Khaled’s upcoming album, Suffering From Success. Labeled the “Started From The Bottom remix” the production from Boi-1da and Noah “40″ Shebib is evident throughout. Drake delivers a right hook to the face of his competition, Ross plays it a bit safe and Weezy. well he proves he’s not back, but displays subtle aspects of the old Lil’ Wayne.
Tyga and Tunechi go bar for bar as the tandem set the scene ablaze with their fiery collaboration, “500 Degrees,” the rattling intro cut which will find its way onto the former’s forthcoming LP, Hotel California, impacting stores and online outlets this Tuesday, April 9th.
Weezy sure knows how to sweet talk the ladies, or in this case, amphibians. I digress—but seeing as Tunechi won’t be considered a “human” on his next project (I Am Not A Human Being II), he does his best to actually find a few un-humanlike gals from God knows where and gets quite cozy with them for his Cupid Day visual. As usual, Future tacks on his bread-and-butter Auto-Tune (like or hate it T-Pain) and Drake plays the modest and low-key cooler-than-a-fan lover boy, who’s not giving a flying you know what about those lame haters.
Timbaland keeps the festive nature of New Years going with this new track featuring Lil Wayne, Missy Elliott and T-Pain. Don’t sleep on Missy on this track.
After seeing the charted success of “No Worries,” Lil Wayne is harnessing the momentum with the release of “Good Kush & Alcohol.” The track, produced by Mike Will Made It, features Drake and Future (only on the hooks) and is set to be a featured on I Am Not A Human Being II in stores February 19th. Despite all the talk of critics, Wayne lets us know he can still put out hits.
Jesus Piece hits shelves in exactly one week! Check out another preview of the album as Game connects with a star-studded lineup of features over a dope D’Angelo sample courtesy of Cool & Dre.
Produced by Mike Will
Check out the feature-heavy second single from French Montana’s debut LP Excuse My French . While the track is solid the question of whether or not French can release a hit featuring solely himself is being raised in conversation more and more.
Tunechi takes to Sin City for the bright lights and fun in this Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas inspired visual, off of his upcoming project I Am Not A Human Being II now arriving in stores on February 19th. Directed by Colin Tilley. Feels like a “Lollipop” part deuce though…