The first audio preview of ‘Ye’s new album dropping in parallel with his guest appearance on the season premiere of SNL on Saturday. I dig the soulful flavor but not much of anything else (so far.) Wondering if the album will be as contradictory as ‘Ye’s ‘fit. 🤔
The official end of D12 (though they’ve been done for awhile now right?)
Alas, I’m still on the edge of my seat following Eminem reveal the tension between he and his friends first. One of my favorites off Kamikaze.
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**RELEASE DATE OCTOBER 12** #conquer will be available on all digital music platforms. Here’s a clip of a song called ( What’s on your mind )I’m beyond excited for this album along with sooo much more music that i have to share with you and the world! More to come and enjoy🌹
Hip hop heads may know Klever as Yelawolf’s touring DJ, but he’s also a dope beatsmith. This is sounding raw as we await October 12th.
Anybody get the new NBA 2K19?*
Well, every year there are usually multiple songs that I randomly fall in love with on repeat status that puts me in a feel-good mood or on the court itself. Last year it was Shakira singing in Spanish and freaking Pitbull.
This year, it’s this uptempo song by a bunch of artists I’m not familiar with but the hook begins, “Touchdown, Boomshakalaka” and continues to stick with me on many (many) repeat listens. Lol. Enjoy!
*Like me at the midnight release? Smh.
September is full of hot new albums and one not to overlook, especially for a different vibe, is ZHU’s Ringo’s Desert.
It’s not as totally upbeat as ZHU’s early releases, but it still has some of those elements off the top. Great riding music.
A couple of cuts I’ve found myself going back to all month: “Ghost In My Bed” and “Waters of Monaco”. Both kind of take a little bit to get going but once they do… (or after a couple listens at least…)
Needed some new Majid Jordan for the summer and just before it officially wrapped up this month, the OVO duo delivered a couple new singles.
“All Over You” is the more uptempo (and better) of the two and you gotta play this in the car with your lady for some extra feel-good energy.
Naturally, it’s called “Sunsets”. But Pt. 2 is > Pt. 1 and my favorite off the overall solid Dusk EP that SG Lewis dropped earlier this summer. The hook is so well-written. I mean, if you smoothly include the word anecdotes and it fits thematically too, you got something in my book.
And of course, the pulsating synths and sound matches a lonely sunset as we keep the R&B summer vibes going here on Gowhere.