Plies ft. Luke – Thick

July 8th, 2014 | Hip-Hop
Plies ft. Luke - Thick

    Plies and [Uncle] Luke rap about how they like their women “thick” on their new Rico Love-produced party anthem. And, from the looks of the album art, it must be time for another round of “Knees or Butts?” – America’s fastest spreading game show.   It’s just strange that it airs on the Weather Channel…  … Read more

Jeezy & Jay Z – Seen It All

July 7th, 2014 | Hip-Hop
Jeezy & Jay Z - Seen It All

  “Seen It All” is the second single off of Jeezy’s upcoming album by the same name. The track, produced by Cardo, was originally slated for Magna Carter Holy Grail, but for whatever reason, didn’t make the cut. (Dropped the ball there, J.)   Are these two a cuter couple than Jay and Kanye? At the… Read more

Wiz Khalifa ft. Project Pat & Juicy J – KK

June 25th, 2014 | Hip-Hop
Wiz Khalifa ft. Project Pat & Juicy J - KK

  Wiz Khalifa’s latest song is an homage to his own strain of weed, Khalifa Kush or KK, and features verse by Three 6 Mafia members, Project Pat and Juicy J.   Far be it from to tell these guys how to do their jobs, but not having a line like “I’m blowin KK, while a… Read more

Jazmine Sullivan ft. Meek Mill – Dumb

June 25th, 2014 | Hip-Hop
Jazmine Sullivan ft. Meek Mill - Dumb

  Jazmine Sullivan’s latest single features Philly rapper Meek Mill. The song is told from a woman’s point of view who knows her man is cheating on her — she’s not “dumb.”   Your man cheating on you doesn’t mean you’re dumb. Trying to run a 5K after all-you-can-drink margaritas means you’re dumb.   …not… Read more

Mike WiLL Made-It ft. Future, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar – Buy the World

June 23rd, 2014 | Hip-Hop
Mike WiLL Made-It ft. Future, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar - Buy the World

  For his second single, Mike Will Made-It called upon his talented group of friends: Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne and Future. K. Dot and Weezy each contribute rap verses while Future (the original) sings on the hook about hustling to make enough money to “Buy The World.”   I know it sounds fancy, but I would… Read more

G-Eazy ft. A$AP Ferg & Danny Seth – Lotta That

June 19th, 2014 | Hip-Hop
G-Eazy ft. A$AP Ferg & Danny Seth - Lotta That

  G-Eazy is releasing new music in preparation of his upcoming album, These Things Happen, dropping June 23rd. The new single, “Lotta That” features A$AP Ferg and Danny Seth rapping over a trap beat.   Throughout the song, G-Eazy raps about how he gets a lotta checks and has a lotta sex — I’m surprised a rapper… Read more

2014 Summer Playlist

June 17th, 2014 | Playlist, Theme Playlist
Playlist_summer2014

  Summer has finally arrived! And because I love summer, every year I make a playlist perfect for all summer activities: parties, barbecues, pregaming, going to the beach, day drinking, sitting on decks, on rafts, whatever! It’s hard to anticipate what songs people won’t hate in a week, let alone 3 months. So here it is, the… Read more

T.I. ft. Iggy Azalea – No Mediocre

June 17th, 2014 | Hip-Hop
T.I. ft. Iggy Azalea - No Mediocre

  T.I. drops new music in preparation of the release of his upcoming album, Paperwork. Produced by DJ Mustard, “No Mediocre” also features T.I.’s Grand Hustle label mate, Iggy Azalea.   Throughout the chorus, T.I. states that he only wants the best, “Bad bitches only, Ain’t no mediocre, Don’t want no mediocre, I won’t hit no mediocre.” I guess… Read more

Psy & Snoop Dogg – Hangover

June 16th, 2014 | Hip-Hop
Psy & Snoop Dogg - Hangover

  Psy and Snoop Dogg’s new single is about something everyone always gets really excited about having – a hangover. The video shows the two of them partying like Koreans: singing karaoke, hanging out at a bathhouse, taking soju shots and (my favorite) throwing up.   When I say, “partying like Koreans,” I mean South Koreans, a… Read more

Jeremih ft. YG – Don’t Tell ‘Em

June 10th, 2014 | Hip-Hop
Jeremih ft. YG - Don't Tell 'Em

  In anticipation of his upcoming album, Jeremih has dropped new music featuring rapper YG. The DJ Mustard produced beat samples the 1992 song, “Rhythm is a Dancer” by SNAP! which contains what one critic described as the worst lyric of all time, with the line “I’m as serious as cancer when I say rhythm is… Read more