Pries Songs

  • I Need That
    I Need That
    Pries is currently gearing up to release the third installment of his No Glue series on September 5th, and having already shared a couple of cuts from it ("Dream About Ya" and "LA LA LA"), as well as an outtake ("Tattoos"), he's droppi
  • LA LA LA
    LA LA LA
    Pries has a new tape called No Glue 3 on its way, and after sharing a few new records to get us warmed up, he's come through with the first official release from the project. "LA LA LA" is definitely a strong showing from the rapper, who's generally pretty consistent as it is. The TroyBoi instrumental features a mash of sampled vocals, an infectiously bouncy groove, as well as some R&B backing vocals, which come together to make something pretty special.
  • Tattoos
    On September 5th, Pries will be dropping off his second mixtape of the year (the first being February's American Fairytale), No Glue 3. Before that, though, he's decided to liberate a track that didn't make the cut for the project. Here's "Tattoos," which was produced by Cheta.
  • Dream About Ya
    Dream About Ya
    Pries' No Glue 2 dropped way back in 2012, but he's looking to revive the series this year, sharing a new record from the upcoming No Glue 3 today. Never being shy to try out new styles, Pries demonstrates his versatility once again on "Dream About Ya," which showcases his earworm-y hooks and charismatic personality, making for a good summer jam.
  • U Make Me
    U Make Me
    Inspired by '90s hip hop & R&B, Pries releases his new radio single "U Make Me" just in time for summer. Props must be given to Pries and crooner Jimmie Murphy for putting in serious work on this Mustard-esque beat in a time when Mustard-style production is starting to grow a bit stale.  "U Make Me" will likely appear on Pries' upcoming tape No Glue 3. The Denver rapper dropped the formidable No Glue 2 back in 2012. "U Make Me" officially has us pumped for NG3. 
  • Kiss Me
    Kiss Me
    Pries is a difficult artist to pin down. The Denver rapper is always experimenting with new sounds, perfecting the art of the R&B-inflected slow jam, the strip club record, and the street anthem. His latest, "Kiss Me," finds him further proving his songwriting abilities, crafting hooks just about everywhere he can fit them. It falls within the same sugary territory as "Trap Queen," which we've seen has a pretty wide reach.
  • Last Forever
    Last Forever
    Pries is celebrating his birthday today, so why not share some new music to bring in the occasion. We already heard the introspective "Stick Up," which covered the sentimental aspect of birthdays, so it's only right that he give us a more upbeat offering with "Last Forever." This one brings forth the triumphant mindset that comes with celebrating your own existence, with the rapper declaring that he wants it all-- including money, power, respect, and luxury for all his friends and family.
  • Stick Up
    Stick Up
    Pries is as versatile as he is consistent. You can never be sure what style he might hit you with, but chances are, it'll be something interesting. We've heard him do twerk anthems, street bangers, and more melodically-inclined crossover records. His latest, "Stick Up," is built off of a swirling, reverse sample, recalling some of 40's more ambitious flips. Dropping the record on his birthday today, "Stick Up" feels like a reflection on years passed, coming together with a sweet RnB hook.
  • That's Whats Up
    That's Whats Up
    After releasing his American Fairytale mixtape in February, Pries is back with a new drop, "That's Whats Up".  His latest finds Pries in his romantic element, admiring his independent queen--from a distance--while Pries stays busy in his own lane. 
  • The Don
    The Don
    On Sunday, Pries will be releasing his (possibly L. Frank Baum-inspired?) mixtape American Fairytale, and after hitting us with "Waves" and "Fuck You And Your Bitch" back in December, is ready to give us one last leak from the project.
  • Fuck You And Your Bitch
    Fuck You And Your Bitch
    We last heard from Pries earlier this month when he dropped "Waves" a record which will be featured on his upcoming album, American Fairy Tale. Today we get an aggressive new cut which may also make the upcoming full length, titled "Fuck You And Your Bitch".
  • Waves
    Pries lays it all out our for us on his latest record, "Waves." The rapper speaks directly to the fans about what's going on his mind, from police brutality and the fear that comes with that, to his relationship with his wife falling apart because of infidelities. It may not be the most uplifting record, but it is definitely honest. Nonetheless Pries says he dropped the cut to celebrate landing on the Billboard Emerging Artists chart (again). Are you feeling it?
  • Thugga
    Pries gave us the varied 24-track project After The Forest Fire in September, and so far it's been given nothing but glowing reception. Meanwhile, the subdued twerk anthem "Shake" has continued to gain momentum, landing Pries on Billboard's emerging artists chart just recently. 
  • Waiting To Exhale
    Waiting To Exhale
    After giving us the uber hard "Rabbit", Pries proves the versatility of his upcoming After The Forest Fire with the relatively mellow, "Waiting To Exhale". While the song could've easily cruised by on it's nostalgic sample, it's loaded with production tricks that make it truly something special, with a sliding mechanical bassline taking center stage.
  • Rabbit
    Pries will be unleashing his free album, After The Forest Fire, later today, but first he's releasing a couple of leaks from the record. The first of which is "Rabbit", which is built off of a hard trap-like instrumental, in which Pries flexes his lyrical ability with some big boasts, and winding flows.
  • No Flex Zone (Remix)
    No Flex Zone (Remix)
    Yet another "No Flex Zone" remix arrives today, just in case you're not sick of them already. Pries is the latest rapper to hop on the trending beat produced by Mike WiLL Made It and popularized by his duo Rae Sremmurd. While the track tends to hype rappers up and bring out their energy, Pries takes a different route offering up a more low-key flow and even a slight melody to his rhymes. What do you think of it? Does it work well?
  • Shake
    Pries released his slow jam, "Shake" on iTunes, and shortly thereafter it started to gain momentum online when a twerk video was made to the track. You wouldn't expect it with the low BPM of the track, but as long as the concept is there, someone will likely twerk to it. The song has an R&B flavor, complimenting its piano line with some booming bass, and snap drum-programming. We'll have to wait and see it'll become a viral hit a la "Gas Pedal" or "My Nigga".
  • Crown Royal Blvd
    Crown Royal Blvd
    Our boy Pries definitely knows how to feed the fans. He's consistent with the leaks these days, following his last one "Freeway" with another new joint today, "Crown Royal Blvd." The jazzy number finds Pries tackling some more serious subject matter, as he talks about police brutality and gang life within his community. This could have very well been inspired by the recent killing of Mike Brown, who died at the hands of police although he was unarmed.
  • Freeway
    Pries woke up in a generous mood today, as he lets go this "Freeway" freebie for his fans. The reason he's feeling so generous, though? His new single "Hide And Seek" made its way onto the Billboard charts, a feat anyone would be proud of. If you missed out on "Hide And Seek" go back and give that a listen here. Back to the song at hand, "Freeway" is a record that won't make it on to the Denver rapper's forthcoming album American Fairytale album.
  • Hide And Seek
    Hide And Seek
    Earlier this month, Pries surprised fans with not one but two remix tracks; one for Kid Ink's "Main Chick" and the second for Nico & Vinz's "Am I Wrong?" It was clear that the rapper was building momentum, but towards what? Well, we finally have our answer.