The title is appropriate for two veteran artists that are certified "Bad Men." But TQ takes it a step further declaring himself a triple OG.
Maejor Ali (formerly Bei Maejor) taps Juicy J and Justin Bieber for his first independent offering since parting ways with his record label, Sony Music.
One listen to Ben Stevenson's new release "Falling Off," and you will float into a world of dreamy thoughts and placid memories.
Bay Area crooner 1-O.A.K. (temporarily) separates himself from his fellow Honor Roll Crew members with “Me & You,” the first single from the re-release of his solo debut project Special Request.
Shelea's premieres "Love The Way You Love Me" while resisting the temptation to sex herself up.
We don't need to win an award for everything, but being acknowledged for our efforts every once in a while rejuvenates the heart. Mishon's "Overtyme" is a recognition that your action has not gone unnoticed.
The drowse piano keys are cut short in the funk of Baiyu's love drunk "Morning Hangover." Producer KQuick slurs the sounds to reflect the dizziness that too many glasses of liquor is equal to the disorientation of an unsettled heart.
Stacy Barthe hooks up with Ricky “Rozay” Ross for this smooth, rock-away cut “Hell Yeah,” a relatable observation of personal adversity and social inequalities.
That awkward moment on a date when the person your with is paying more attention to their phone than you. This is when you think "Technology" is the enemy.
The trippy and chopped N screwed production by FKI is composed with subtle seductive elements that loops a reel of lustful thoughts.
Bridget Kelly continues her rise into stardom, teaming with Maybach Music's Meek Mill for her latest offering "In The Morning."
The latest offering from Dawn Richard's much-received debut album, Goldenheart, is the airy, mid-tempo tune "NLX," a remix to her song "Northern Lights."
Daydreaming about "The Weekend" is necessary to get through a day's work, but knowing your baby will be in town only makes you wish there was a fast forward button.
Andy Allo’s “Yellow Gold” is the cut you turn on when you just feel like jamming. It’s the song you can dance to while cooking a nice dinner for your boo or the song you can listen to when you’re just preparing to do something for you.
Luvaboy TJ has a solid headbanger on his hands with “Jumping Out the Plane.” He seems to know it too if you listen in on the lyrics.
Jose James has transported his listeners back in time with the sultry sound he brings to his song “Heaven on the Ground” featuring the lovely Emily King.
Cee-Lo continues to deliver hot records since demanding our attention with Gnarls Barkley. His new lead single, "Only You," is a genre bending song wrapped around love that can only be found in the rearview mirror.
Goin up! Next stop, the floor of “supersonic sex.” Texan singer-songwriter Dallas Blocker doesn’t seem to be blocking anything in “Elevator,” the latest cut from his upcoming, yet-to-be-titled album.
Eric Bellinger has been keeping very busy, continuously pumping out music for his #InTheMeantime series, the latest of the series to hit is “Sophisticated Lady.”
As we bide the time in anticipation for Jhene Aiko’s big Def Jam album debut she continues to tease us with some more music, this time a part two to her last release titled “2 Seconds pt. 2.”