SiR‘s new album “Summer In November” has arrived and brings fresh sounds and vibes throughout.
Outside of two guest appearances from Etta Bonds and TDE label mate ScHoolboy Q, the 11-song project is guided by the Inglewood singer’s vocals over mellow musical accompaniment from producers like Andre Harris,DJ Khalil, DK The Punisher, Mndsgn, and J.LBS.
Watch the music video for the title track and stream the album below:
It’s been a long time in the making, but Houston native Maxo Kream has finally released his long-awaited debut album, “Punken”; an album shows that serious versatility in both style and subject matter.
After releasing a series of mixtapes, with the last coming in 2016, the H-Town rapper’s debut clocks in at 14 tracks with guest appearances from Trippie Redd, D. Flowers and 03 Greedo + production from Sonny Digital, Honorable C.N.O.T.E., Suicide Christ of $uicideBoy$, Teddy Walton, WOLFE de MÇHLS, and more.
Check out the video for “Grannies”, which gives you a pretty good idea of what you should expect, and stream the entire album here:
After much wait and anticipation, and even a name change (a month before release, they axed “Freddy Vs. Jason” for “Friday On Elm Street”), NY spitters Fabolous and Jadakissfinally dropped their collaborative album on Black Friday (Nov. 24).
The Alchemist is hands-down one of the hardest working producers ever!
After releasing a couple of beat tapes and collabo projects with Budgie or Jay Worthy (just to name a few) in 2017, Al has joined forces with Lunice for a new EP called “Moving Parts”. It was made specifically for the annual Red Bull BC One World Finals b-boy competition that took place in Amsterdam on November 4.
Just a few days into the New Year and we already have a serious contender for the “Album of the Year” title!
Meet Miami lyricist Sylvan LaCue (fka QuESt).
Previously signed to Logic‘s Visionary Music Group, the rapper parted ways with the label due to differences with the management, before forming his own collective, WiseUp & Co..
Ever since his first mixtape back in 2009, the Florida MC has delivered countless projects filled with real-life experiences you can’t help but relate to. And with “Apologies In Advance”, he’s taken it to a whole nother level.
Sylvan about the album:
“‘Apologies in Advance’ is a concept album surrounded around the idea of an AA meeting but for emotions. Each song on the album represents an emotion to confront. My goal for this album is to get as many of us to start opening up and talking about some of the issues that we deal with on a day to day basis in an effort to heal.”
Before listening to the album and/or watching the video for “5:55” below, Sylvan recommends to run through the accompanying short-film first:
“Please take the time to watch this short film all the way through. Its a crucial part of this album experience, & it will help you further be prepared for the albumexperience later on. Thank you guys so much for your genuine love & support. We did it y’all! WiseUp.”
So take at least one and a half hours off and prepare yourself for an emotional journey…