Stream and download Future’s new song “When I Was Broke” off his self titled album out now.
New single from his sophomore album, The Incredible True Story. Stream and Download below. DOWNLOAD: Logic ft. Big Lenbo – Young Jesus | Alternate Link | zippyshare
Lil Bibby shares another track from his upcoming debut album called “Ridah”.
CDQ of Monica ft. Missy Elliott & Laiyah – Code Red. Stream below.
Stream or download below. DOWNLOAD: DJ Antoine ft. Akon – Holiday | Alternate Link | zippyshare
Here is the 104 song zip they made all those leaks happen last night! Props @ SB! Download
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Thug isn’t the only artist who is getting leaked tonight, His Bae RHQ got a few floating! Came Back Day 1 Drop Off (feat. Young Dolph) Even (Ruff) Feeling (Ruff) Feet Up (Tags) Flow (feat. Offset) Funny Gorgeous (Ruff) All My Niggas (Ruff) Back Against the Wall Don’t Know Where I’d Be (feat. Lucci)
Stream and download… My Partna No No No (ft. Birdman) Pass Me A Lighter (ft. MPA Duke)
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We love Sia. Julian Casablancas love Sia. Sia rules, and her career has been a testament to true talent having some longevity in a notoriously fickle industry, first as a solo star in her own right, then as a pop writer penning smashes for Bey, Rih, Xtina, Katy, Kylie, and countless others. Her refusal to play […]
Photo courtesy of Marrow There was a pretty cool band that emerged out of the Chicago music scene a few years ago called Kids These Days. Their music wasn’t exactly the most innovative and progressive stuff you’d ever heard (although their debut record Traphouse Rock was produced by Jeff Tweedy), but it was pretty damn […]
Metalheads love a good tribute band. Remember the County Medical Examiners? They ruled the pathologically-obsessed goregrind roost until Carcass themselves awakened from their self-dug dirt nap and got back on the gore horse. Immortal is no more, but Abbath's Motorhead tribute act, Bombers, is in fine fettle; alongside The Iron Maidens and Judas Priestess, they've got the market […]
I wish life was a as simple as this song. This is not a diss. Oakland trio Mall Walk make lo-fi indie rock with just the right amount of reverb, drums that sound like they're rolling down a hill, and the perfect tear in singer Rob's vocal. It's marvelous and uncluttered and which is just how life should be. […]
Photo: Rick Kosick Strung Out have always been able to ride borders between genres, combining the fastest elements of skate punk, metal, and sure, maybe a bit of prog rock. But the long-running Cali band has been relatively silent over the last half-decade or so. Now, they’ve emerged with Transmission.Alpha.Delta, their first new album in […]
Niia’s definitely one to keep an ear out for — her Generation Blue debut EP last year was filled with great tracks, in particular the minimal, hyper-emotional title track. One of her major appeals is her voice, which is buttery smooth and restrained and can make just about anything sound good. Over the weekend, she […]
“Loops” is the third single from Doldrums’ upcoming new album, The Air-Conditioned Nightmare, the Canadian producer’s first foray into big-indie label life at Sub Pop. Like “Hotfoot” and “My Friend Simjen” before it, “Loops” is constructed around a pulsating, subdued backbone. It’s more about the slide than the bounce, and Airick Woodhead takes a handful […]