Valentines Day and Ash Wednesday

Fat Tuesday was just a few days ago where people go out and celebrate Mardi Gras style.  The following day was Ash Wednesday for those that are of the Catholic Religion and also Valentine’s Day.  Those celebrations can only mean that Easter is right around the corner and occurs on April 1st this year.  That is the same day as April Fool’s, so there should be plenty of jokes and pranks to be made during that occasion.  Right now, we are just gonna give our readers a little run down of some music to check out as spring is almost here.

First, comes a release that contains a playlist perfect for February 14th.  DJ J-Boogie releases volume 35 of the “RnB Talk” collection.  On this drop, you will find songs by music artists such as Chris Brown, Sza, Aaliyah, Justin Timberlake, Tinashe, Jhene Aiko, T-Pain, Bruno Mars, Ne-Yo, Tony Braxton, Keith Sweat, K-Ci, Llando, Mary J Blige, Eric Bellinger, Remy Ma, Antonio Lamar, The Weeknd, Missy Elliot, Kelly Rowland, Cardi B, Busta Rhymes, and many more popular industry acts of this day and age.

Next, DJ Rally brings along DJ Black on his latest product for the streets.  These guys team up on the “Slappin Bacon Edition” of the franchise labeled “Trap House Radio”.  Emcees making the cut for this installment of the series include Troy Ave, Key Glock, Kenwood Kendall, Yo Gotti, Tay-K, YBN Nahmir, Lil Dude, Young Greatness, Eldorado Red, Mob Boss, Waka Flocka, Migos, 21 Savage, Doe Boy, YFN Lucci, Pacman TrapMania, Kollision, Blacc Zacc, Trouble, Lil Baby, Drake, and other block lyricists.

You will also find Kodak Black on this drop, who recently just dropped an album on 02-14-18 titled “Heart Break Kodak”.  This 17-track release contains guest features by Lil Wayne and Tory Lanez.  Check out the preview below through Spotify:

Third, Mr. Crack gives his fans another playlist containing the latest tracks from one of the game’s hottest emcees.  Meek Mill is the headliner on the product labeled “Philadelphia Eagles”.  Guest features on this 16-track playlist by Young Thug, Spade-O, Lil Wayne, Tyga, Tracy T, Fat Trel, Rick Ross, Lil Durk, Yo Gotti, Just Ivy, Trae Tha Truth, Maine Man, Rich Homie Quan, Spenzo, Nicki Minaj, YG, Troy Ave, Maino, Fabolous, Future, Mike Davis, and French Montana.  Recently, the Philly rapper was sentenced to 2-4 years jails for probation violations.  Although, headlines from Tuesday, Febraury 14th, state the ruling could be overturned as police corruption may have been involved.

DJ B-Eazy returns to the scene with another edition of the “Trap Talk” music catalog.  Hip hop lyricists to look for on the 30th installment of the franchise such as Lil Malik, Tee Grizzley, Gunna, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, FBG Duck, XXXTentacion, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Uzi Vert, Secrete The Boss, Trouble, God Kain, Fastlife Juke, Southside, John Wick, Jackboy, Playboi Carti, Pablo Cinco, CFN TrapGod, Ace Bunkin, Izzy, 301 Jah, Coogi Keith, T. Walk, Lotto Savage, SetItOff83, and others.  Check out all of DJ  B-Eazy release’s on the site as well as future drops to come.

Valentine’s Day Next Month

February is right around the corner and this is just a heads up for you lovers out there that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.  Women are probably already out shopping and the fellas should get on it before it’s too late and there are no roses left to buy.  We have a few r&b releases to review this time around, but as the date approaches there will definitely be more to choose from.  One thing is for certain, this site will never run out of music for you to play for your significant other, we have you covered on all of that.

DJ Triple Exe is back on the scene with another usual two releases of hip hop and r&b.  The next installment of the music catalog titled “The Passion Of R&B” is up to number 124.  This edition contains a playlist of new songs by musical artists such as Drake, Rotimi, Ty Dolla $ign, Trey Songz, T-Pain, Chris Brown, G-Eazy, Kehlani, Chloe, Halle, R. Kelly, Brandy, Usher, Mila J, Cassie, Bobby V, Omarion, Angel, Tyga, Lucille, Bruno Mars, August Alsina, Justine Skye, and many more top recordings acts.

R&B singer Oshea hosts part 21 of DJ Billy Ho’s next product labeled “R&B Takover”.  Check out tracks on this volume from the host, A$AP Rocky, 24Hrs, PnB Rock, MadeinTYO, Stan Sono, Jason Daxon, Blackbear, Tory Lanez, Verse Simmonds, Malachiae, Travis Garland, Roy Woods, Elliot Trent, Solo Lucci, Damani, Jermaine Elliot, Rocky Diamonds, Marc E Bassy, and much more on this 27 song track listing.  If you like the cover artwork and want to contact the designer, make sure to hit up Skrilla.  He has very reasonable rates and his graphics are outstanding.

DJ Tom Cruise is set to fire up the streets with his next drop.  Karmen Roze host’s volume 5 of the “Heat In The City” collection.  Artists to check for on this title include the host, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Gunna, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, Snypa, Lil Pump, Meek Mill, Famous Dex, Jody Lamak, Young M.A., Gualla Gotti, Lil Wayne, Kodak Black, Hot Boy Turk, K. Camp, Cartier Cam, God Among Zombies, Ralo, Trouble, Young Dolph, and others.  You can also find two new freestyles by Lloyd Banks on this product.  If you can’t wait to check them out after the jump, play the tracks below through youtube.

DJ B-Eazy is back on it with #29 of the “Trap Talk” series.  Emcees to listen for on this drop are Lil Baby, BlackBoy JB, FBG Woogie, Future, Lil Malik, Tee Grizzley, Don Q, Lil Malik, Slugz, Omeretta, King Sean, Offset, Dave East, NBA Thr33, Floss Ru, Money Man, Pablo Cinco, Yung Mal, Nino Buxx, CFN TrapGod, Lil Quill, Sahbabii, Fastlife Juke, Canonball Mack, King VMA, and other hip hop lyricists.  This DJ is dropping all the time, so keep an eye out for his releases.

Finally, DJ E-Dub releases a title with well-known rap emcees and some that are on the come up.  Number 6 of the franchise labeled “Street Network” gives you a sample of what’s to come in the hip hop game.  This 34 track playlist contains lyrics by JayDaYoungan, Drizzle Dollar, Nipsey Hu$$le, Plies, Bambino Gold, Dniro Loots, Suny Redd, Seanie Boy, Strap, Starlito, Young Dro, Block, Lotto Savage, TK Kravitz, L Roy, Young Buck, 28 Drizzle Dollar, Lamar Love, and others.