C.O.B.’s Horseshoe G.A.N.G. showcases their new single “Take It Off” which is featured on the groups new album Top Ramen. Singer and label mate, K-Young, takes over the first half of the slow jam as he serenades his love interest and keeps it straight explicit as he shares his intimate fantasies. Take a listen as Crooked I and Horseshoe G.A.N.G. back up Young over the smooth instrumental with their respective verses.
Trademark Da Skydiver is finally back with some new music and today unveils his new single “Rite Nah” featuring Funk Volume emcee Dizzy Wright. Produced by Ti’Khari, Trade laces the hypnotizing instrumental with his signature slow flow about his hustle, real friends and of course love for the finest greenery. Recently, Jet Life founder Curren$y officially addressed rumors that Trademark had split from the crew, however, the New Orleans spitta clarified Mingo was busy in a cave writing raps and putting together the final touches on his upcoming Flamingo Barnes 2: Mingo Royale. Take a listen as Trademark opens up his verse with kicking rhymes about getting paid with or without phony homies and continues to drop lines throughout his verse about standing alone. It’s anyone’s guess at this point to really know if Trademark is still about that Jet Life, only time will tell.
Curren$y releases his latest single titled “442” featuring his former Cash Money bosses Lil Wayne and Birdman. The New Orleans rapper effortlessly laces the song’s infectious and soulful instrumental which is provided courtesy of Jet Life affiliates Monsta Beatz. Listen as Spitta gives the track a muscle car theme by dropping rhymes about Oldsmobile’s classic 442 model. Weezy and Birdman also deliver their respective verses but do little to outshine Curren$y on his turf.
Young Jeezy keeps it straight street with his new single that surfaced today titled “In My Head.” Originally debuted by Sway Calloway on Shade 45 earlier today with Don Cannon in attendance, the host explained he was able to obtain the song exclusively from DJ Drama. Listen as the Atlanta rapper shares his struggle with leaving his trapping ways behind him and admits that regardless of his success his trap-like mentality refuses to change. Producer Childish major does the honors on the track’s heavy synthy and bouncy instrumental.
Nelly drops a new song today called “Ciroc & Simply Lemonade” which will be featured on the St. Louis native’s upcoming M.O. LP. The track finds Nelly having some fun in club while he lays down mellow pimp raps and entices the ladies with Ciroc Vodka and Simply Lemonade. Nelly’s latest offering definitely plays out like the perfect night life jam and radio smash.
Fresh off the success of “U.O.E.N.O,” Atlanta’s Rocko drops off a new street anthem titled “NunnaYu” which finds the rapper surrounded by only a chosen few as he makes it clear he doesn’t really trust anyone. Listen as Rocko breaks down his dislike for groupies, disloyal individuals, fake rappers and much more on his latest offering.
Jennifer Hudson drops a new catchy and upbeat single titled “I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel)” featuring rapper T.I.. Equipped with an infectious baseline that’ll have listeners two-stepping in no time, Hudson serves up her latest single with help from Pharrell. Listen as Hudson effortlessly singers her heart out and lets her love interest know that she’s so blown away its hard for her to describe exactly how she feels.
Ja Rule serves up another new song this time titled “Eerrthang.” Over heavy synth work and pounding drums, Rule smooths things out a bit on his flow and reaches for a street club banger. The Queens native uses his latest creative direction to share his opinion on what a good friend is, women, jewelry and his lavish lifestyle because to him its everything.
Nelly steps back out into the spotlight with his new single “100K” featuring G.O.O.D. Music artist 2 Chainz. The track finds the St. Louis native experimenting for a new sound as he switches up his flow by rapping with a slurred and lazy delivery. In the spirit of reinvention, Nelly sets the stage for a fitting 2 Chainz feature that finds the artist right at home over the track’s slappin’ bass and haunting synth work.
Philadelphia artist Theodore Grams combines forces with Danny Brown on his latest single titled “I Understand.” Produced by Xaphoon Jones, the upbeat song comes equipped with bangin’ bass, catchy horns and a gritty vibe that compliments Theodore and Danny’s style perfectly. Fans can look forward to hearing “I Understand” on Grams’ upcoming Sixtus mixtape which is set to release soon.