August Alsina Songs

  • Song Cry
    Song Cry
    Yesterday, August Alsina previewed "Song Cry" with the most depressing video of all time. Now he shares the single in all its glory.
  • Gold Slugs
    Gold Slugs
    DJ Khaled just announced that his album I Changed A Lot will drop on October 23rd, and that two huge singles would be on the way soon. Indeed, they both have already hit the web and are well on their way to the top of the charts
  • Mrs Mary Mack
    Mrs Mary Mack
    Juicy J just dropped his new mixtape, 100% Juice, after formally announcing the mixtape just yesterday. The tracklist leaked yesterday as well, and fans got even more excited when seeing the names attached to it-- strong producers all around (as well as features), with Sonny Digital, 808 Mafia, Mike WiLL Made It, Crazy Mike and Lex Luger touching the boards. One of the more anticipated records was the Mike WiLL-produced "Mrs. Mary Mack" featuring Weezy and August Alsina, which has been rumored about for a minute.
  • She Wanna Fuck
    She Wanna Fuck
    Rick Ross continues to roll out new music leading up to tomorrow’s Black Dollar release. Yesterday he dropped off The Dream-featured track “Money Dance,” and today he’s back with two more for us, the previously heard “Turn Ya Back,” & now “She Wanna Fuck” featuring August Alsina.
  • Bottom Of The Bottle
    Bottom Of The Bottle
    Well here’s a nice little surprise. Currensy, who just dropped off the tape Cathedral recently, decides to come out of nowhere tonight and release his "debut single" titled “Bottom Of The Bottle” featuring fellow N.O.
  • Why I Do It
    Why I Do It
    Two New Orleans natives come through today with a smooth ass collaboration.
  • Planes (Remix)
    Planes (Remix)
    On the heels of a possible release date for Jeremih's long-awaited/delayed Late Nights: The Album, we get another remix of the singer's single, with the addition of another singer, August Alsina. We first premiered a version of "Planes" that featured J.
  • Shut It Down
    Shut It Down
    There are plenty of rappers singing out in Atlanta, but we haven't seen too many breakout RnB acts over the last few years. K-Major is happy to occupy that currently vacant lane, getting some of the city's most sought-after producers to work at slower tempos and building a sound that's as fresh as it is familiar.
  • Right There (Remix)
    Right There (Remix)
    It's been a while since we've gotten new material from August Alsina, so a remix of one of his Testimony tracks will have to hold us over for now. Lucky for us, this new version of "Right There" features a new verse from Meek Mill. Produced by Knucklehead and Cassius Jay, the hazy, languid track is given a jolt of energy by Meek's verse. He begins it with a stop and start flow that matches up nicely with the beat, and then switches to a more motormouthed flow as the beat transitions. Let us know what you think of this new remix.
  • Hip-Hop
    August Alsina is quickly becoming one of the hottest names in R&B, though his latest single, "Hip-Hop", is named after the genre he was raised on and the spirit that drives him to this day. He was one of a couple of non-rappers on last year's XXL Freshmen cover, and rappers like Young Jeezy, Kevin Gates, and Kirko Bangz were all smart to hit him for features. His last album, Testimony, was one of our favorite R&B projects of 2014, and his latest single has given us early anticipation for his next album, whenever it may come.
  • Kissin On My Tattoos (Remix)
    Kissin On My Tattoos (Remix)
    Its a New Orleans affair as Lil Wayne and August Alsina link up for the remix to "Kissin On My Tattoos".
  • I Don't Get Tired
    I Don't Get Tired
    Kevin Gates has been pushing the #IDGT hashtag and concept for a minute now, and now he's come through with a single with the title. Teaming with August Alsina -- who's becoming the go-to R&B hookman after Ty Dolla $ign -- Gates dances over the tweaked out synth beat, supplying exasperated flows, melodic backing vocals, and punchy exclamations.
  • One More Shot
    One More Shot
    Just when it seemed Stalley was going to have to wait forever to put out his MMG debut, the rollout for his album jumped to hyper speed. Ohio is slated to drop October 27th, and just a few days after linking up with label boss Rick Ross for "Everything A Dope Boy Ever Wanted", Stalley has joined forces with the fellow beard enthusiast once again.
  • She's A Keeper
    She's A Keeper
    Snootie Wild has found plenty of success with his hyped up banger "Yayo", but today he proves he can do more than just that, with a smooth, r'n'b-like record that serenades the ladies. August Alsina helps on that front, as the singer takes care of the hook, and Yo Gotti also provides a verse on "She's A Keeper." Snootie adds some melody to his rap verse, using a slight sing-song voice on his flow.
  • Hold You Down
    Hold You Down
    Just a few hours after announcing the latest mega-collaboration from his I Changed A Lot LP, DJ Khaled has unleashed the single to the interwebs. Check out "Hold You Down" and let us know what you think about the record in our comments section.
  • No Love (Remix)
    No Love (Remix)
    Over the weekend we heard a short 15-second snippet of August Alsina's official remix to "No Love" featuring Nicki Minaj, and today he's decided to unleash the full mix. Nicki Minaj starts off her verse with a bit of singing to match August's (she seems to be doing that more frequently these days), and spends the second half rapping. 
  • No Love (Remix)
    No Love (Remix)
    August Alsina has had a pretty big year, being one of the two first R&B artists to grace the cover of the XXL Freshmen Class issue (alongside Ty Dolla $ign), and releasing his debut album, Testimony.
  • Diamonds
    Just yesterday Que connected with Trae Tha Truth for a new leak titled "I See Why" off the mixtape compilation '86-'87, and today he keeps things going with a new leak off his own upcoming project Can U Digg It?
  • Rich
    Kirko Bangz has been teasing this new single off his upcoming debut album, Bigger Than Me, and finally he's ready to let the fans hear it this Monday morning. Not a bad way to start the week.
  • Right Now
    Right Now
    The XXL Freshmen 2014 mixtape has arrived, and it does not disappoint with 21 new offerings from the eleven rappers on the rise (Chance The Rapper was the only one who didn't contribute to the tape). Alsina and Ty Dolla $ign both made waves this year as they were the first r'n'b singers to be included on the XXL Freshmen cover since its inception. For the mixtape, August collaborated with Tity Boi on "Right Now" and also delivered a solo joint, "Cool On You."