Ludacris has been on a roll lately, dropping many hot freestyles. First it was the deliverance of the unexpected, renegading Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a”, followed by Makonnen’s “Tuesday”, then he snapped on Pusha T’s “Numbers on the Board”. Most recently he hit up Jay Z’s “Tom Ford” and now he’s finally sharing some original content with “Good Lovin'” featuring contemporary R&B crooner, Miguel. The new track will serve as the first single off Luda’s forthcoming Burning Bridges EP dropping in December. Listen after the jump.
Big Sean drops the official visual for “Ashley,” his collaboration with Miguel off Hall of Fame.
In the category of Awwww Reasons Why J. Cole Is Adorable and nothing more, this little girl livens up his performance by zoning out dancing. If only this kind of magic could happen every time he picked up a mic.
we had high hopes for jermaine. his mixtape “the warm up” was a needed shot of vigor in a slumping independent scene, wanting for a sellable, sobering presence. his college kid pluckiness and tupac-nas derivative flows were respectful without mimicking. his collegiality was light-hearted, but not obnoxious. then, he got signed to a record deal, and it all unraveled.
Jermaine gives us the fifth installment in his Born Sinner vlog series. This episode features Miguel giving his own personal thoughts on the music industry and the art of sinning.
MTV premieres Talib Kweli’s official visual for his “Come Here” collab with Miguel off Prisoner Of Conscious.