While we don’t yet have a release date, or even a title for Machine Gun Kelly’s upcoming second studio album, we do have a brand new single to play in whatever we play music on.
Instead of the rowdy, bass heavy sound he provided on “Till I Die”, Kells opts for a more mellow, intimate approach with “A Little More”, and it totally works.
If you’ve got $1.29 to blow, make sure you cop this song.
For those of you hoping for that How Fly sequel, you just might be in luck, as the rap game Cheech & Chong, aka Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y announced the release of their new joint project, #2009. Their first single, “Uber Driver”, sounds like vintage Wiz and Spitta, which kind of makes me believe #2009 will be a bunch of tracks that were previously vaulted. Still dope though.
For the latest visual from his Saturday project, Cleveland’s Twenty8 gives us “Entendre”, which is a song that is focal on one’s surroundings, and how a person can be influenced by them, for the better or for the worst.
Chaz Bundick aka Toro y Moi’s fifth studio album, What For? is slated for an April 7th release, but as always, the good people over at NPR have it available right now for our streaming pleasure. I’ve been killing my data, streaming this for most of the day, and I’m definitely gonna cop it. Listen for yourself here.
We are less than a month away from the release of Passion Pit’s new album Kindred (April 21st), and here is the video for “Lifted (1985)”, which is just one of the two singles released from this project.
I really, really hope Young Thug is serious about this Carter 6 business. If he is, here is another supposed leak from the project. Check out “Just Might Be”, down below.