New Music


Lil’ Kim’s new album, 9, was set to drop next month on May 17th. The Brooklyn rapper’s fifth studio LP and first full-length in 15 years has now been delayed. Taking to social media earlier this week, the Queen Bee announced the album has been pushed back with a new release date to be revealed soon. Not the one to leave her fans empty handed, Kim drops off a new record called “No Auto Blanco.” Running in at a little over two minutes, stream it below.

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Marshmello crashes the party with Tyga and Chris Brown in the video for his new single, “Light It Up.” The DJ/producer enlists T-Raww and Breezy for his latest banger, released on Thursday (Apr. 25). The record comes with an official music video where the trio turn a boring club upside down. As expected, Marshmello, Chris Brown and Tyga become the life of the party, performing in front of a packed crowd of beautiful ladies. Watch the VEVO premiere below.

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Popular HBO fantasy drama series Game of Thrones recently kicked off their eighth season. The new season also comes with an official soundtrack, out everywhere at the stroke of midnight (Apr. 26). Lead by the single “Power Is Power” featuring SZA, The Weeknd & Travis Scott, the compilation LP also boasts appearances from Ty Dolla $ign, Chloe x Halle, Ellie Goulding, Jacob Banks, Joey Bada$$, the late Lil’ Peep, Maren Morris, A. CHAL, and Mumford & Sons.

A$AP Rocky and Joey Bada$$ also deliver a collaboration on the soundtrack, connecting on the mellow “Too Many Gods.” Stream the A$AP x Pro Era connection below as the album is out now in select international markets.

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Its been three years since FKA twigs last put out an official record. After making an announcement just one day ago, the British singer returns with her new song “Cellophane.” The song comes in the form of a show-stopping music video, where FKA shows off her form and acrobatics in the performance clip. The visual later ends with twigs laying in a pit, surrounded by creatures covering her in clay.

When I wrote cellophane over a year ago a visual narrative came to me immediately, I knew I had to learn how to pole-dance to bring it to life, and so that’s what I did,” said FKA. “thank you @Andrew_T_Huang, for elevating my vision beyond words. you are a visionary,” she continued, thanking director Andrew Thomas Huang.

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DJ Snake is known for coming through with a huge single each year featuring some of today’s hottest stars. Last year, the Parisian DJ/producer enlisted Cardi B, Selenz Gomez and Ozuna for the track “Taki Taki.” As the summer season nears, DJ Snake returns with his latest heater with a cast of Hip-Hop’s crop of young faces. On “Enzo,” Snake is joined by the Atlanta all-star trio of Offset, 21 Savage, and Gucci Mane. Completing the lineup is “Mo Bomba” rising talent, Harlem’s Sheck Wes.

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YG is getting set to release his new album, 4Real 4Real, next month on May 3rd. Originally intended to drop on April 12th, the project was put on hold following the death of YG’s good friend and long-time collaborator Nipsey Hussle. Ahead of his new studio LP, the Compton rapper returns with a track for the streets called “Stop Snitchin.” The record was first premiered by YG during his set at Coachella 2019, a performance that included a backdrop of the incarcerated Tekashi 69 when the unreleased song was debuted live.

YG fans can now enjoy the official audio by streaming it below. UPDATE: Official music video added.

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ScHoolboy Q’s long-awaited new album CrasH Talk is now only 3 days away. Ahead of its release, the TDE spitter decides to drop off one final track for fans to take in. Following “Numb Numb Juice” and the Travis Scott-featured “CHopstix,” SBQ returns with the mellow “CrasH.” The introspective track is backed by the hard-hitting production of Grammy-nominated producer Boi-1da.

Due this Friday (Apr. 26), CrasH Talk features appearances by Kid Cudi, YG, 21 Savage, Ty Dolla $ign, 6LACK, and Lil’ Baby. Stream “CrasH” below.

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Shortly after the release of her Homecoming Netflix film and accompanying live album, it was reported that Beyoncé’s Lemonade would be available on Apple Music and Spotify for the first-time. Originally a TIDAL exclusive when it released back in April 2016, the album is now out on both streaming platforms on its three-year anniversary.

As was the case with her Homecoming live album earlier this month, Queen Bey has included a few special additions. Along with a choreography version of her “Formation” music video (a TIDAL exclusive), the iconic entertainer has released a never-before-heard demo of the song “Sorry.” The previously unreleased demo is a more softy, dreamy record compared to the upbeat album cut. Stream it all below.

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Aside from his appearance on T-Pain’s 1UP single “All I Want” last month, we haven’t heard much from Flipp Dinero since late last year. Mostly likely due to the fact that he’s helping his We The Best boss DJ Khaled on his upcoming album Father Of Asahd, it now looks Flipp is ready to once again bless us with new anthems.

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Originally released in 2015 but later removed from streaming services due to clearance issues, “Star Shopping” by Lil Peep has been re-issued on all digital markets. The Kyrptic-produced single samples “Never Mess With Sunday” by Yppah, and is considered a classic cut from Peep’s early discography.
Ms. Womach also revealed a video for “Gym Class” is on the way as well, another record that Peep’s camp recently re-released earlier this month.

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