Despo - Homebody (Remix)

“Come be my Rihanna or my Thotiana, either way” spits Despo to that special person.

Despo gives us a little something by remixing Lil Durk’s “Homebody” to slide some clever bars for his shawty.
Good joint to warm us up until the next drop!

Enjoy!
-Louie

Drake - The Best In The World (EP)

Drake always talks a big game and he tends to deliver.

The Toronto Raptors’ ambassador lets off a small EP to celebrate the NBA team winning the title on Thursday night. Seems like even the Drake Sports Curse couldn’t hold them back on their road to their first championship. The reward: new music.

Drake strings along the mob ties role by releasing “Omerta” (a code of silence) & “Money in the Grave” with Rick Ross. Both songs being streams of raps from Drake as he writes checks that his mouth can cash.

Enjoy!
-Louie

Latrell James - One Call

As elusive as he’s been, Latrell James is always one phone call away.

Slowly, but surely, Latrell has been letting off singles to get us ready for a new project. The phone theme seems to be most prevalent and it’s working.
He continues to showcase his strong songwriting skills with an infectious hook and strong verses to accompany it.

“One Call is a reminder that mortality is real. My hope is that when people hear this song, they go check in on their loved ones.” -Latrell James
Stay noted for more.
-Louie

Lily Rayne - FEMME (EP)

“Sometimes I think you don’t want my love” softly sings an honest Lily Rayne to start her newest project, “FEMME”.

Lily Rayne has a knack for bringing us into her realm through her lens and she makes it seem effortless. Each song pairs with the other well to take us on a balanced ride for 20 minutes. For every emotional “How Do You Feel” there is a more confident “I Might” to go with it.

Stream the cohesive “FEMME” on all streaming services!
-Louie

GoldLink - U Say (Feat. Tyler, The Creator & Jay Prince)

*Big sigh* Ahhh, summer tunes are beginning to surface and this one right here is probably my favorite one released so far!

GoldLink teams up with Tyler, The Creator and Jay prince to create a very chill, bouncy record you can dance to, drive to, drink to, or really whatever you please. Jay prince applies beautiful vocals for the chorus that sooth your mind and soul. GoldLink uses his rhythmic flows to completely float over the afro-drum heavy beat. Tyler gives us his classic rap style while giving us his thoughts on a girl he’s trying to run off with.

GoldLink will be on tour with Tyler, Tix on sale Friday!

Let us know how y’all feel about this one!

- Foolish Heart

Lucky Daye - Painted (Album)

As the summer comes closer and the albums start dropping, roll some mo’.

Luck Daye slides through with a “Painted” after a couple of EP’s to keep us entertained.
Leading with some stand outs like “Roll Some Mo”, “Karma”, and “Misunderstood” he adds on to his impressive work. Very excited to listen to more from him!

Enjoy!
-Louie

Steve Lacy - Apollo XXI (Album)

After a handful of successful outings the past few years, Steve Lacy drops another project with “Apollo XXI”.

12 songs full of Steve’s patented bass-line grooves and soft serenades. Always excited when The Internet drops, even more-so when the members drop solo projects. Dive into the vibes as he lets this one go at a great time of the year.

-Louie

Pink Sweat$ - I Know

Admitting you don’t know everything is one of the first steps to learning everything; some things you know for sure though.

Pink Sweat$ lightly levitates over some brazenly strum guitar chords as he lays a tale of where emotions can end up going. Some times you feel you just know someone is for you and those thoughts have you sticking around through a lot.
Side note: the cover art and mood of the song has me feeling like this could be in a random scene of some show or movie.

Either way, hopefully this is a sign that another project is on the horizon.
-Louie

Ceez & Pyrex Lex - Iceberg (Album)

That’s quite a chill for a day in March.

Ceez & Pyrex Lex have both been in the hyperbolic chamber for quite a while working on this one and the final product was worth the wait.
They had the family touching this one too as ClarkWork produced every joint (with additional production from Danny Keyz) and a sole feature from Lily Rayne.

Each joint on the top half has them bodying beats with well-fitting hooks that keep the songs together tastefully. Once we hit the interlude we get even more variety as they close the project with some smoother melodies. All great songs, top to bottom, to chill to full of moments for all kinds of listeners.

Enjoy!
-Louie

DaBaby - Baby On Baby (Album)

Zero to one hundred, real quick.

From the first 20 seconds you’ll know if DaBaby is for you ‘cus he’ll already have spit about 100 words, probably.
I’ll say it now: he’s dope.

The combination of steez, bars, cadences, and overall tasteful braggadocio adds up into unavoidable head knocking and face scrunching.
”Suge” is definitely a stand-out joint as well as “Baby Sitter”, which also holds a potent feature from Offset.

Enjoy!
-Louie

2 Chainz - Rap Or Go To The League (Album)

After some dope promotion and great peeks into this joint, 2 Chainz posts up hard with “Rap or Go to the League”.

As someone who was looking forward to 2 Chainz having a great 2018 (and was disappointed) he comes out swinging with his 5th studio album.
Besides a couple tracks that feels like wasted opportunities this has the potential to be his best drop yet.

Enjoy!
-Louie