Jermaine Dupri & Da Brat
In support of New York Fashion Week taking place this week, Jermaine Dupri & Da Brat decided to release a fitting new song today called “Alessandro Michele,” which is named after Gucci’s creative director. Trading bars over production from Timbaland, Da Brat brags about her big bank account, while JD boasts about his and her yachts with Mariah Carey in this LA Leakers-premiere. No word yet as for where this will end up, but who really cares, everything is “Gucci.” Hit play and let us know what you think.
Circle The Block
Aside from a couple random records, Tink has been relatively quiet since she last dropped off her Winter Diary 3 project back in the Summer, but today she looks to change all that. Linking back up with mentor Timbaland, the Chicago female spitter decides to come through and share a new song for the fans called “Circle The Block.”
You may recognize Tdot illdude's name from his recent collaborations with Meek Mill. Both "Problem," and "Fa Sho" proved to be gritty street records, in which Tdot kept up with Meek's energy magnificently. Today, he's released his debut project.
Timbaland Feat. Aaliyah & Strado
Few were more crushed than Timbaland when his creative partner Aaliyah met her tragic demise in 2001. In August, Timbo alerted fans that he was sitting on unreleased Baby Girl music.
The Force (Turn Up)
Timbaland & !llmind
With today marking the release of the highly-anticipated new Star Wars movie, super producer Timbaland decided to celebrate by releasing a new instrumental with fellow beatmaker, !llmind, called “The Force (Turn Up).”
Hailing from North Side Las Vegas, JR Castro is making waves across the R&B landscape and he hasn't even dropped a project yet. After dropping tracks with Quavo, Kid Ink, YG, and Sevyn Streeter, and Pusha T in the last four months, Castro shares possibly his best track yet, "FMN", featuring some elite beatsmithery from Timbaland, who is executive producing Castro's debut EP You.
We just put up a news article for Pusha T's (crazzyyy) new single "Untouchable," however to make everyone's lives easier we're adding it to the song's list since a stream is now available. You can also hear it on the G.O.O.D. Music website.
Trust No One
Here's Tink and Timbaland's second new track of the day: "Trust No One." Whereas "Dinero" was a smooth and sexy club track, "Trust No One" is much darker, with an ominous Timbo beat perfect for Halloween. If you've been keeping up with the 2015 XXL Freshman, you know she can sing sweet laments just as well as she can rap in the gritty style inspired by her city's drill movement.
It's been a little while since we've heard from Tink, the last time being a dope rework of "Jupiter" with the help of K Camp. She's returned tonight, on Halloween, with an excellent new track, "Dinero," produced by Timbaland, who's back with his main prodigy after a recent collab with Migos.
Timbaland Feat. Migos
It is immediately clear within the first half-second that Timbaland's new single "These Jeans" feat. Migos is prime party cut. It sounds like Timbaland sampled the bass line from Rich Homie Quan's ultra-infectious smash "Flex," a Nitti Beatz production. Put this on at your next function and its guaranteed to have the ladies flocking to the dance floor.
Timbaland Feat. Tink & Future
Depending who you talk to, Timbaland can be seen as Tink's perfect collaborative partner, or the dude who's cramping her style. We'll just have to see if the latest collaboration changes anyone's mind -- a track with Timbo billed as the lead artist, while Tink and -- the man who can do no wrong -- Future Hendrix, are featured.
Timbaland Feat. V. Bozeman
It's been a while since Timbaland's dropped solo material, with his focus being more on developing the career of his most recent signee, Tink. But after appearing on her recent tape Winter's Diary 3, Timbo is finally getting to releasing the first music from his upcoming album Opera Noir, announced over a year ago. Here's "Smile," featuring "Empire" actress V. Bozeman.
As expected, Tink came through today and released the third installment in her Winter’s Diary mixtape series. Laced with the 10 tracks, the follow up to last year’s Vol. 2 project comes with no features and production credits from the likes of Timbaland, C-Sick, Cookin Soul, Chef Byer, and more.
Gunplay Feat. Rick Ross
Here goes another Rick Ross/Timbaland leak.
Tell The Children
Anyone who's been following Tink's career knows that she was destined to be a star, but since linking with Timbaland, the process has been jump-started.
Around The Clock
Tink Feat. Charlamagne Tha God
Tink became a trending topic on twitter yesterday when veteran producer Timbaland was on The Breakfast Club big upping her music, for good reason too. After previewing some of the records he has in store with the young Chicago rapper/singer for Power 105.1, there was no denying her talent.
Movin' Bass (Original Version)
Rick Ross Feat. Jay Z & Tink
Timbaland was a guest on The Breakfast Club this morning, and after a discussion about the Aaliyah movie, which was slammed across the web, Timbo discusses Rick Ross' new single
Rick Ross Feat. Jay Z
Well here ya go. After much anticipation, Ricky Rozay delivers on his word and releases his new Jay Z-featured record “Movin Bass”.
Sock It 2 Me
Missy Elliott Feat. Da Brat
I just recently got into a Missy Elliott binge, which consists of listening to every single Missy album. Missy was is so dope, and she was so far ahead of her time sonically. So for Throwback Thursday today we're featuring one of Missy's singles from her debut album Supa Dupa Fly, and perhaps this will incite you to go on a Missy binge too. "Sock It 2 Me" featuring Da Brat was released in 1997 as the album's second single, and of course, it was produced by Timbaland.
Jo'zzy Feat. Timbaland & Mase
Having worked with Beyonce, Missy Elliott, Teyana Taylor among others, Memphis singer Jo’zzy gets some more help from veterans Timbaland and Ma$e on her newest single “Tryna Wife”. The self-proclaimed “singer disguised as a rapper," crafts a new anthem for all the independent women out there who don't need a man. Produced by Wizz Dumb, the ’90s throwback joint features adlibs from Timbo and a verse from the Harlem Bad Boy. The song will hit iTunes on June 23, but until then, stream the new release below. Thoughts?