He has already released a handful of tracks from his upcoming album Hood Billionaire. But today Rick Ross has given his fans what they have truly been waiting for since he announced the project. Here comes “Movin’ Bass”.
With an unconventional beat provided by Timbaland for Rozay to work with, “Movin’ Bass” is a nice departure from the norm for Ross. But he doesn’t go too far as he brings in longtime collaborator Jay-Z for a verse and spits about how he is still that guy “Movin’ Bass” despite his celebrity status.
Listen to “Movin’ Bass” below.
Were you wondering what the next big rap track of the summer was going to be? Well, it may have just arrived as Young Jeezy returns to Musical Breakdown with what could be his biggest hit in a few years while he recounts his crazy life on “Seen It All”.
The title track off his upcoming album which is scheduled to arrive in September, “Seen It All” boast some serious credentials. Not only does it prosper from creative production but with the addition of Jay-Z to the track, “Seen It All” has arguably two of the best verses of thus far in 2014.
Listen to “Seen It All” below.
From working on some of the biggest albums of the year, dropping his first solo project in eight years, and having having a huge hit with “Happy”, Pharrell is having quite the year. Now even his old music is getting the remix treatment as Disclosure takes on the “Frontin (Remix)”.
The first solo single ever released by Pharrell and featuring Jay-Z, “Frontin” never made an official album after being released in 2002 but Disclosure was obviously still feeling the track’s vibe. For this UK duo, the “Frontin (Remix)” should open some more door for them as this track will surely connect them to a bigger hip-hop audience.
Listen to “Frontin (Remix)” below.
Cars, clothes and cribs are all things of which DJ Khaled has plenty. However, it is his flaky following which he seems to have issues with as he divulges in his latest single “They Don’t Love You No More”.
The first release of yet another upcoming alum from Khaled, “They Don’t Love You No More” follows the same formula which has made Khaled so successful. The production is hot and the features are plentiful with verses from Jay-Z, Meek Mill, and Rick Ross along with a French Montana hook, “They Don’t Love You No More” should start a slue of new music from Khaled really soon.
Listen to “They Don’t Love You No More” below.
With football in the offseason and the NCAA basketball season winding down, many young men’s dreams are going to come true very soon as they make the professional ranks. Drake may be giving two of them a shout out on his latest leak, “Draft Day”, but there is much more going on within this track than the title divulges.
While giving praise to Johnny Manziel and Andrew Wiggens, Drizzy lays down some serious bars on “Draft Day”. Most notably Drake responds to Jay-Z’s most recent diss which will surly get the pot stirring even more but Drake does not stop there with the name drops and shots fired. It seems nobody is safe on this “Draft Day”.
Listen to “Draft Day” below.
Presently Daft Punk is riding high. They dominated at the Grammys and have everyone hoping to “Get Lucky” to their award-winning album. However, today people are focusing on the group’s past as an unreleased track, “Computerized”, leaked with a fellow superstar.
There are rumors circulating that “Computerized” may be a fake but none the less when Daft Punk and Jay-Z hookup people will listen. Most likely this track was recorded around the time Hov dropped the Blueprint III, and certainly raises questions why “Computerized” was never officially released.
Listen to “Computerized” below.
It is no surprise that the duet of Beyonce and Jay-Z on “Drunk In Love” has become the standout track from Queen Bey’s self-titled album. Now usually the top track from a rap or R&B album like this will get the remix treatment and who better to do that for this joint than Yonce and Hov’s good friend Kanye West.
With a revamped beat which somehow Kanye made better than the original, “Drunk In Love (Remix)” will pound speakers and have people pressing repeat over and over again. While Beyonce and Jay’s parts both remain the same, Yeezy contributes brand new material which is dedicated to his love, Kim Kardashian.
Listen to “Drunk In Love (Remix)” below.