For me and you, I remain true. Ty Kidd Previously: The Main Attraction
DJ Haze is rounding up quite a few for his next project, The Color Purple on March 26. But for the time being, he takes us across the regions for his new offering. 57
If you haven’t been keepin tabs on Cham’s music, in the words of Kevin Hart, you gon learn today. So now get familiar with his latest featuring Saigon. Cop his Ammunition EP here. hhnm
Run’s baby boy hosted the Highline Ballroom last night in NYC. During his set, he brought out Jeremih for his hit, “Do It Like You.” Can’t front, kinda like this tune. Digster’s debut, Unexpected Arrival is available today. christina
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Ironically, this is actually appealing. For the first single off their upcoming mixtape, Dirty Slum with Mick Boogie, Slum Village and De La takes turns respectively for their collabo.
Time waits for no man. And Trouble takes advantage of that with his new video in support of his upcoming mixtape, 431. The Devil is a liar, but this clip’s the truth.
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