As he keeps pumping out tracks, Eric Bellinger‘s name continues to spread around the R&B community. For his latest leak, Bellinger is brings back a turn of the millennium beat for to spice things up on “Focused On You” to continue his rise up the ranks.
Sampling the utterly infectious production from Nas and Braveheart’s hit “Oochie Wally”, “Focused On You” has club banger written all over it. And while the track doesn’t highlight all of Bellinger’s vocal talents like many of his previous successes, the combination of his hit making potential and a fitting feature from 2 Chainz, “Focused On You” will surely spread the sounds of Eric B.
In the next few months expect to hear a lot of The Game. With two albums scheduled to drop in the next few months there will be plenty of new material starting with the simply named “Really”.
The first leak off Year Of The Wolf since “Or Nah”, “Really” is just the beginning of a slue of hot collaborations on the way from The Game. Featuring Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, Soulja Boy and T.I., “Really” has all the clout but it is still Game’s finale which takes over with a slue of his signature name drops.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from him. Infact, it’s been four years since Jamie Foxx has flowed through the airwaves. But now that he is back, Foxx is making sure everyone remembers that a “Party Ain’t A Party” unless Jamie is in the building.
In classic Jamie Foxx fashion, the multitalented entertainer had been focusing on his acting since releasing Best Night Of My Life in 2010. Now with more success on the big screen under his belt, Foxx hit the studio with two huge names for his new single. DJ Mustard handles the keys for “Party Ain’t A Party” while 2 Chainz joins Foxx for his triumphant return.
J. Cole spoke. Then it was G-Unit. Now it’s The Game who is making his feelings known about the death of Michael Brown. But he is not alone as Game has brought in a lengthy list of MC’s to raise their hands and say “Don’t Shoot”.
With the impact of the events of Ferguson capturing the nation, it is no wonder the list of rapper on “Don’t Shoot” is prolific. Joining The Game on a track which mixes “Be Free’s” heartfelt emotion and “Ahhh S**t’s” aggressiveness is Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Yo Gotti, Curren$y, Problem, King Pharaoh and TGT who all have their own points-of-view on these trying times.
With all of the success 2 Chainz has been experiencing, it is no wonder that he is really living it up. He has been making some serious upgrades to his living conditions it seems as he can now fit a “Crib In My Closet”.
The most star studded track off 2 Chainz’ newly release EP FreeBase, “Crib In My Closet” is an ode to the sheer size of room housing Tity Boi’s brand name clothes and shoes. A$AP Rocky and Rick Ross share their own stories of their fashion habits on this joint while 2 Chainz makes sure everyone knows just how puny their living situation is.
They have already had the club shaking for months with the original version of “Turn Down For What”. Now Lil Jon and DJ Snake are taking their hit single to a whole other level with the addition of a few top rappers for the official “Turn Down For What (Remix)”.
Prepare to hear this track for the next few months whenever you are at a party or the bar because “Turn Down For What (Remix)” has all the potential to be huge. With the same infectious beat and the addition of verses from Juicy J, 2 Chainz and French Montana, the joint will be blasting through speaker in no time.
Baseball’s opening day is right around the corner and player that won’t be stepping on the field will be Alex Rodriguez. However, 2 Chainz wanted to make sure that “A-Rod” was not completely forgotten despite his year long suspension.
With no word on what project it will land on, “A-Rod” is the first audiences have heard from 2 Chainz in some time. Playing on Rodriguez’s persona and steroid accusations, 2 Chainz and French Montana go back and forth on a track which will certainly satisfy both rappers’ fan bases.