Bay Area rapper G-Eazy is prepping the release of his sophomore album, When It’s Dark Out, which is due out December 4th via RCA Records. And having already shared “Random,” Me, Myself & I,” “Order More” and “You Got Me” already, Eazy is returning with “Drifting” featuring R&B crooners Chris Brown and Tory Lanez. Listen after the jump.
In Big Sean’s latest visual treatment for a Dark Sky Paradise cut, “Play No Games,” he’s joined by hook heavyweights Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign. The cool thing about this video isn’t that it’s a song by Sean or that Brown and Ty$ were guests — that is almost strictly reserved for the inspiration for the video, which is the Martin Lawrence starring hit show “Martin.” Peep the colorful video filled with stars and cameos (Can you find ’em all?) Check out “Play No Games” after the jump.
Meek Mill’s sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, will be arriving Monday June 29th and with the track listing now live (check it here) fans are anticipating some tracks. One particular track fans have been waiting for is “All Eyes On You” featuring Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj. The reason everyone is anxiously awaiting this song is because of its romantic song title and Nicki feature. Meek and Nicki have been seeing each other for a while — this comes after teasing their relationship for equally as long. Anyway, it’s now here: Check out Meek Mill’s “All Eyes On You” after the jump.
Meek Mill should be dropping his highly-anticipated long-gestating Dreams Worth More Than Money album this year but he’s sharing a track that’s going to be, well, poppin’ in the clubs this summer. Meek is sharing his Rico Richie produced cut “Poppin'” featuring French Montana and Chris Brown. Check it out after the jump.
Summer is here and DJ Khaled is up and running, assembling a heavyweight feature list for his new (potential) anthem “How Many Times.” Here Khaled recruits Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Big Sean for “How Many Times” a track Khaled is surely proud of and feels its up there with previous hits “I’m on One” and “No New Friends.” Thing is, Drake is missing in action. Check out DJ Khaled’s “How Many Times” after the jump.