West Coast emcee Kendrick Lamar drops the retail album titled “Damn”. This release contains 14-tracks with features by U2, Zacari, and Rihanna. Head on over to the site and check out all of the Kendrick Lamar mixtapes that can be found in our product catalog. You can easily find them by using our site’s search engine here.
G-Unit boss 50 Cent has released a retail version of his greatest hits over the past 10 years. You will find tracks on this title from his debut album and probably his best ever, “Get Rich Or Die Trying” up until his 2009 release of “Before I Self Destruct”. 50 Cent got his start by releasing street projects and this ended up with him signing a major record deal with Shady Records/Aftermath. If you haven’t already, check out our collection of official 50 cent music downloads that began his recording career and brought him into the spotlight.
Kodak Black drops his retail album labeled “Painting Pictures”. This 18-track effort contains guest slots by Bun-B, Future, Jeezy, Young Thug, and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. Stream it free below through Apple Music. Be sure to head on over to our site and check out all of the Kodak Black free mp3 downloads.
The harsh winter is finally over for most and spring is finally here. Mardi Gras was only a few weeks ago and that means that Easter is right around the corner. It has been a while since we have posted a blog reviewing the latest releases, but rest assured the latest and greatest website is back to let you know about the hottest titles currently out there.
Rick Ross just released his 9th retail album titled “Rather Me Than You” on St. Patrick’s Day this year, which was March 17th, 2017. His first week sales for the project are already at 100,000+ copies. Those numbers are much better than his previous release labeled “Black Market”, which sold 65,000 copies in it’s first week. Mr. Crack dropped a project featuring some of the best records out by the Maybach Music Group boss called “My Beautiful Empire”. This 21 song playlist contains appearances by Wale, Ty Dolla $ign, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Future, French Montana, Meek Mill, Nipsey Hu$$le, Tracy T, Big K.R.I.T., Lupe Fiacso, Ace Hood, Smoke DZA, Project Pat, Scrilla, Sam Sneak, and much more. Use the search feature on the site to check out all of the Rick Ross mixtapes. Stream his new retail album “Rather Me Than You” through Apple Music below:
Next, DJ Iceberg and DJ Reddy Rell are back in the game with part 90 of the franchise titled “Hip Hop TXL”. These releases always give you a huge compilation of the hottest music currently being played on the streets. On this installment, we have new songs by G Herbo, Future, Jeezy, Yo Gotti, Chris Rock, 24hrs, Drake, Nicki Minaj, 2 Chainz, Dave East, Raekwon, Bankroll Fresh, QuickTrip, Ghostface Killah, Young Thug, Remy Ma, A Boogie Wit Da Hood, 21 Savage, and a gang of other popular industry performers.
DJ New Era brings out a joint that showcases some of the best hits from the early years of hip hop. Volume 5 of the “Crate Music” series contains 62 vintage hits from back in the day. Artists making the cut for this edition include Run DMC, Shyne, Black Rob, G Dep, Beanie Sigel, M.O.P., Busta Rhymes, Digital Underground, Naughty By Nature, EPMD, De La Soul, Redman, Goodie Mob, Beatnuts, Heavy D, Tony Toni Tone, The Sugar Hill Gang, and many others. Some of the older heads will want to check this one out.
DJ Smoke brings out number 49 of the franchise titled “Smoked Out Radio”. The “Trap Edition” gives you tracks by Future, Koly P, Zoey Dollaz, Rich The Kid, MadeinTYO, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Dolph, Lil Yachty, Gucci Mane, Migos, O.T. Genasis, Kodak Black, A$AP Ferg, Kevin Gates, Ugly God, Kodak Black, Psychosis Slim, Villz, Casino, Zed Zilla, and others. Check out all of DJ Smoke’s releases by using the suggested products feature.
Finally, DJ Racks and DJ Dirtte Dave bring the streets another edition of the “Westcoast Countdown” music sessions. This drop is 21 tracks with funk by E-40, Berner, Too $hort, Mozzy, G Perico, Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih, Jojo, Young Meezy, G-Eazy, YG, Lil Wayne, Young Chop, Molly G, D.R.A.M., French Montana, and other hip hop emcees. Fans of the west coast bop need to give this one a listen.
Love is in the air as the most romantic day of the year is right around the corner. Many people look forward to Valentine’s Day as a time to show that special someone how much they care about them. For that reason, this edition of blog post reviews showcases some of the latest r&b releases containing the newest music in the r&b world to aid you in creating that lovely evening you have planned for you and your significant other.
First up is DJ Jerzeyboy who always manages to have some of the nicest cover artwork on his titles. Start off your Valentine’s celebrations with his latest release labeled “Rhythm & Affection”. Popular main stream music artists making the cut for this product include Chris Brown, Usher, Nitason, Trey Songz, Alicia Keys, Jason Daxon, Young Mont, Rick Ross, Kodie Shane, Rihanna, Fetty Wap, James Fautleroy, T.I., Kehlani, Charlie Wilson, Gucci Mane, Natasha Mosley, Hi-Five, and other recording acts on this 23-track drop.
Next, on this posting of music for February 14th is a release from The Empire’s franchise called “R&B Addiction Radio”. These products always give you the hottest tracks currently out, so you always have the hottest playlists at your fingertips. Number 24 contains new songs by Beyonce, Khaled, PARTYNEXTDOOR, August Alsina, Polow Da Don, Summerella, Jacquees, Tinashe, Bibi Bourelly, Dreezy, Jacquees, Swift, John Legend, Chance The Rapper, The Weeknd, Usher, Chocolate Droppa, Young Thug, and much more.
DJ Scratchez, who hails from Canada, brings the internet part 8 of the “Triple X RNB” series. Sub-titled “Classics Diamond Cuttz”, this is a throwback edition of the collection. Anyone looking for r&b from the 90’s, this is what you would want to check out. Industry artists appearing on this release include Mya, 112, Tevin Campbell, Nelly, Boyz II Men, Janet Jackson, Fabolous, Total, Soul For Real, Mase, Ginuwine, H-Town, Babyface, Dru Hill, D’Angelo, Keith Sweat, Jodeci, Sisqo, LSG, Shai, and the list of vintage hit artists goes on.
DJ Triple Exe returns to the scene with #117 in the long running series called “The Passion Of R&B”. He has lately been sub-titling these releases with romance movie names from the 90’s and this one is given the “Jungle Fever” film title. Look for tracks on this installment by Ashanti, DJ Luke Nasty, 2 Chainz, Kiiara, Lil Wayne, PnB Rock, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Teyana Taylor, Tink, Robin Thicke, Juicy J, Drake, Tory Lanez, Static Major, Papoose, Twelve, Keke Palmer, Remy Ma, Ray J, John Legend, and others on this all-star lineup of current musical acts.
Finally, DJ Cortez and DJ S.R. collaborate on #5 of the “Love and RnB” collection. Singer-songwriter’s making the cut for this volume are Wizkid, YFN Lucci, TeeFlii, Nicki Minaj, Sevyn Streeter, Jacob Latimore, Sammie, Devon, Bryson Tiller, Bobby V, Lloyd, Kevin McCall, MikeAngel, Siya, Lyrica Anderson, and others. Check out the other volumes in this series by using the suggested function while browsing that page.
That does it for this review of just a few r&b products to keep an out eye for on the site. When you are picking up those roses and chocolates, please keep us in mind to help set the mood for this special occasion. The site is mobile compatible, so you can load it up and plug in your portable device wherever you see fit to start the night off.
It is the 3rd week of the 2017 new year and there are some major events happening in the United States. One of the most talked about situations going on right now is the Presidential Inauguration of Donald Trump. Many protests are happening around major cities of the US. You have to give him some credit though because who on this planet could take as much hate from people as him and still not back down? Most people wanna commit suicide when a couple of individuals bully them. Whatever the case may be, we have some new music for you to check out in this blog post review.
First up, is Cardi B-GBMV2 Gangsta Bitch Music Volume 2. This is an official release by the Bronx rapper. Most people have probably heard of her already and know that she is a stripper. This product is a 10-track effort by the New York emcee with guest appearances from DJ Hardwerk, Justvlad, Konshens, Hoodcelebrityy, Josh X, and Casanova. Many people have given positive reviews on this product, so be sure to check out the free stream.
Traps N Trunks are back in it with volume 112 of the southern franchise called “Strictly 4 Traps N Trunks”. This installment contains 29 new songs with music by emcees such as Dollasign Dee, YFN Lucci, Bank Boy, 21 Savage, Sancho Saucy, Moneybagg Yo, Trey Spencer, Tha Captin, Block 125, Lil Bibby, Kevin Gates, OJ Da Juiceman, Randy Bee, Bambino Gold, Bankroll Fresh, G Herbo, and much more. Traps N Trunks is a long running franchise, so make it a point to browse all of their drops.
DJ Tom Cruise gives the streets the 3rd installment of the series titled “Hot This Winter”. This release will give you all of the freshest hit music currently in rotation. Look for tracks on this volume by Famous Dex, Rich The Kid, PnB Rock, Lil Yachty, Migos, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, 1000, Travi$ Scott, StreetMoney Cowboy, Chief Keef, Jose Guapo, Bally, Soulja Boy, Pay Denrio, Young Chino, DoubleFScooT, KevinWhoSane, and other hip hop lyricists.
DJ Smooth Montana brings you the 14th installment of the collection labeled “Back On My Shit”. Check out tracks on this volume from Papoose, Juelz Santana, Lloyd Banks, Axel Leon, Tru Life, Troy Ave, Ali Vegas, Fabolous, Dave East, St. Laz, DMX, Ron Browz, Rampage, Blayne, Jadakiss, Nino Man, Maino, Tory Lanez, Vado, and more. This presentation is brought to you exclusively by Stack Or Stave DJs.
Finally, DJ Ron Viper releases the drop called ‘Litty’ which features the newest songs to hit the airwaves. This product packs a track listing of 47 new songs. Check out new funk by G Herbo, 21 Savage, Travi$ Scott, Young Thug, Offset, Young Scooter, Playboi Carti, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Migos, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, 247Hefe, Chief Keef, Boosie Badazz, Soulja Boy, Spitta, Blvd Marc, Fredo Santana, Fetty Wap, and other street emcees.
That wraps up another edition of blog post reviews. With all the protests going on about the new POTUS, be careful out there and stay out of harm’s way. Many people are very unhappy with the Trump presidency and media outlets are filled with articles about every single second of his life, so it looks like they will jobs for a while publishing monotonous articles.
There is only a few days left until it is time to unwrap those Christmas presents. The same also goes for other religions that observe their own version of the holiday season. We have a few selections for you to check out while you are enjoying the spirit of the holidays with your families.
First, The Empire brings you a collection of some of the hottest new songs in the r&b and hip hop genres. Part 38 of the franchise plays you music by popular artists such as Future, French Montana, Juicy J, Pitbull, Robin Thicke, Kid Ink, Verse Simmonds, Fat Joe, Post Malone, E-40, Gucci Mane, Camron, Big $ean, 2 Chainz, G-Eazy, Keke Palmer, Lil Wayne, Rihanna, and many more of the industry’s current hitmakerss. These DJs always have some of the nicest artwork on their releases done by Kid Eight.
Next, in this blog post is a selection from the DJ Cortez and DJ Mellz r&b mixtapes. These guys bring you another release for the holidays with the 30th edition of the “Futuristic R&B” music library and fellas you might wanna peep the cover artwork. Singer-songwriters making the cut for this volume include Porta Boy, Jacquees, Tink, Eric Bellinger, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Adam G Soul, Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, Tyree, Keke Palmer, TeeFlii, Tory Lanez, Kevin McCall, Ty Dolla $ign, Omarion, Devon, Ray J, Jacob Latimore, and a list of other popular music artists.
Finally, the #1 in r&b free mp3 download sites brings you another product from DJ M.Z.I. and DJ Amanda Blaze. These two drop off the “Holiday Edition” in their collection labeled “RNB Season”. Number 39 contains a playlist with music from Mario, Fetty Wap, Derek Pope, Xavier, The Dream, Natasha Mosley, Amber Mark, Dutch Boy, The Love, Mishon, Gloria Prince, 24hrs, Melody Rayne, Breenah, Mario, Sage The Gemini, and others including some hip hop emcees.
This is the time of year for sharing, giving, and receiving. It is also when people get together and enjoy some great food. If you are traveling or going out for the holiday weekend, make sure to stay safe and drive carefully.
Many people are probably going through a post-election hangover. We have a few titles that will help you ease any bad feelings you might have about the new president when he starts his 4 year term in the white house beginning January 2017. This post contains an r&b drop and a hip hop selection.
The king of r&b releases, DJ Finesse, is back on the scene with #60 of the franchise labeled “Xclusive R&B”. On this edition, we have new songs from Verse Simmonds, Tory Lanez, Chris Brown, Kevin McCall, Ty Dolla $ign, Bryson Tiller, T-Pain, R. Kelly, Nicole Scherzinger, Jacquees, Tink, Craig David, Ne-Yo, Erykah Badu, John Legend, Eric Bellinger, Trey Songz, Robin Thicke, and more on this 22-track playlist. Check out all of DJ Finesse’s releases easily by browsing through the suggested mixtapes feature.
Next, DJs S.R., 837, and Eddie Gramz come together on another volume in the “Heavy Wrist Activity” music library. Part 5 of the collection contains tracks by Dae Dae, Future, Peewee Longway, Starlito, Curren$y, B.o.B., T.I., Spodee, Gucci Mane, Ca$h Out, Lil Yachty, Cool Amerika, 50 Cent, Sonny Digital, Jaydot Rain, Scotty ATL, Meek Mill, Lil Tae, Phat Talk, T Hood, Fabolous, Wale, and a gang of other hip hop lyricists. You can find more releases by these DJs by simply choosing the ‘Search’ menu option and typing in one of their names as the keyword.
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Last night, Trump pulled off the biggest upset of the century by winning the presidential election. Many people were stunned at the results as Hillary Clinton was defeated. Some would say that Clinton supporters did not do their part by going out to vote. There is also talk of people leaving the country. If people are too lazy to go out and cast a simple vote, then they would be even more lazy about leaving the country. You might think that your vote may not have mattered, but in the image posted after this paragraph you will see just how close the results in some states can be. This just shows that every vote does matter. The difference between Trump and Clinton in New Hampshire was just 307 votes. Maybe with Trump coming into the presidency people can get some kind of relief with healthcare as many have expressed their frustration with the high cost of health insurance. In any case, we have more titles for you to check out while you are busy being lazy.
First, DJ Murph and DJ Situation team up to bring the streets part 3 in the “Boyz On Da Block” collection. This release plays you 20 tracks by emcees such as NBA YoungBoy, Lil Lonnie, Money Man, Jeezy, Lotto Savage, Moneybagg Yo, Dae Dae, Tracy T, Drake, Future, Meek Mill, Lit BlueBlack, Payroll Giovanni, Austin Rogerz, Supa Mike, and many more. If you are looking for more music by any of the artists on this playlist, you can use the search engine on our site here.
In September, French Montana’s “MC4” was leaked early due to a mishap at Target stores putting it on sale before it was supposed to be released. The date was then pushed back to sometime in October. Although many have already heard the leak, on November 5th, “Mac and Cheese 4” was released as a free download. Guest features on this drop by Drake, Jeezy, A$AP Rocky, Max B, the late Chinx, Kodak Black, Miguel, Kanye West, Nas, Styles P, Jadakiss, and Beanie Sigel. Production credits on this official product include Harry Fraud, The Mekanics, Murda Beatz, DJ Khaled, Earl and E, Maaly Raw, Swift, Ben Billions, Danny Boy, The ANMLS, Rick Steel, DJ Khalil, and iLLA.
That does it for this blog post informing you about some of the best titles to look out for. At least since the election is over people can stop bickering back and forth about who is better. Hopefully Trump will stand by his word and make this country great again.
We are half-way through the 2016 presidential election and by the current updates on CNN.com, Trump has a lead over Clinton of 139 to 104 electoral votes. The tension is building, although one of the updates said that Trump and his campaign managers were smiling. We have two more titles for you to have a look while you wait for the election results.
The first review is a release for anyone looking for the edited version of popular songs. DJ Envy and Tapemasters Inc bring your ears the 4th edition in the “Purple Codeine Radio” collection. Music on this installment from T.I., Young Thug, Travi$ Scott, Quavo, Kodak Black, Gucci Mane, D.R.A.M., Lil Yachty, Blac Youngsta, Rich Homie Quan, French Montana, Rick Ross, Jeezy, Lloyd, Russ, MadeinTYO, Usher, A$AP Ferg, and many other top acts. If you are a club DJ and are tired of only finding music with swear words, then this product is for you.
Next, DJs Mondo, B-Ski, and Big Mane bring out volume 8 of the franchise called “Taking Over The Streets”. Emcees to look for on this playlist of 22 new songs include Slixm Jxmmi, Cook LaFlare, Deezy, Quicktrip, Coca Vango, Moneybagg Yo, Highway Heavy, Lucky Nick, Narcotic Prince, Byg Enoff, Key!, GUN, Parlae, Big Bank Black, 21 Savage, and a list of other up and coming lyricists.
The election results are starting to come in and everyone is watching in anticipation of who the next president will be. Kanye West announced at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards that he would be running for president in 2020, so as that saying goes, anyone can run for president. Friday, November 11th is Veteran’s Day, so please remember to honor those who served and fought for the United States of America.