Cocaine 80s Dropping New Album This Year?
Well look what we have here. The Cocaine 80s, who consist of Common, Jhene Aiko, James Fauntleroy, and its leader No I.D., appear to have a new album coming out later this year. Taking to twitter this week, Def Jam posted a cryptic release date with the collective’s name above the mysterious date, leaving us to only presume the inevitable. Unfortunately, no other information was revealed, but it’s safe to say that No I.D. will be at the helm of the project, considering he’s EVP of A&R at Def Jam and all.
Jhene Aiko Previews New Song "To Love And Die," Reveals Art
Jhene Aiko is readying her debut album Souled Out, hopefully for sooner rather than later. Last we heard concerning Souled Out, Jhene was aiming to drop the project in May, which has come and gone. Although the singer debuted new music off the album while at Coachella, since then, we haven't really heard much on the LP.