Eric Bellinger Feat. Wale
Last week we heard Eric Bellinger's breezy summer record, "Spare Time," and now with the release of his Eventually EP, he's added a very special feature to the record, adding Wale to the mix. The DC rapper shares a dynamic verse that endorses melody and uses some unconventional flows. Overall, it's a good fit for the track, and could ensure it some radio play. As for the rest of the 12 track EP, you can purchase it on iTunes now.
Eric Bellinger's output is insane. Since November he's dropped four projects, with a fifth one on the way shortly. The last of these was his Eventually EP in February which was a free release-- it looks like he's upping the ante and continuing the theme, with an album that takes the EP and expands on it, also titled Eventually.
Bobby Brackins Feat. Eric Bellinger
Well that was quick. Bobby Brackins leaked new music off his upcoming album yesterday ("Joyride" featuring Austin Mahone), but he's returned today with yet another leak, and it's also another collaboration.
Nef The Pharaoh Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Eric Bellinger
Nef The Pharaoh capped off a breakout 2015 with his Nef The Pharaoh EP, and he's got plans to keep that momentum alive in 2016 with an upcoming EP entirely produced by Cardo, Neffy Got Wings.
For this new track, artist and songwriter Eric Bellinger reverses the Kehlani single that had a lot of people who take things too seriously up in arms. He keeps the melody and structure for the song, but instead of talking about “Niggas,” he talks about the “Bitches” in his life.
Don't Look Down
Eric Bellinger Feat. Tory Lanez
Eric Bellinger & Tory Lanez both ended 2015 on a high note.
Irrelevant / Company
Eric Bellinger Feat. Audio Push & Yoshi
Two weeks after releasing a surprise EP, In the Meantime Part 2, L.A. R&B singer Eric Bellinger has dropped his second album of the year, Cuffing Season Part 2. The album was led by this summer's "Valet" single, featuring Fetty Wap and 2 Chainz, and Cuffing Season Part 2 has another exciting hip-hop collab, "Irrelevant," featuring the duo of Price and Oktane, aka Audio Push. As a two-part suite, "Irrelevant" segues into "Company" just before the 2:45 mark. The latter track features another L.A.
#YAK (You Already Know)
Da Brat Feat. Eric Bellinger & Sage The Gemini
When it comes to making a hit, Sage The Gemini and Eric Bellinger aren't a bad team to enlist. Da Brat has done just that on "#YAK," which is a hefty does of west coast bounce, inflected with plenty of melody from its two features. Meanwhile, Brat comes through with her classic style, bringing plenty of personality and technical skill to her verses. It's definitely a different feel for a Chicago artist, but it works pretty well.
Where Do We Go
Joe Budden Feat. Eric Bellinger
Joe Budden is back with his second single off his upcoming album, All Love Lost. "Slaughtermouse" was a heartfelt tribute to Eminem and the rest of his Slaughterhouse brethren, and though his new single, "Where Do We Go," is dedicated to a woman in his life, it has that same relentless honesty. Budden is definitely bearing his soul for this upcoming record. "Where Do We Go" features L.A. R&B singer Eric Bellinger, who follows Budden's vulnerable but tough lyrics with a climactic hook.
Eric Bellinger Feat. Fetty Wap & 2 Chainz
We only just finished consuming Eric Bellinger's long-awaited Cuffing Season album, but the singer has quickly returned with another new record, "Valet." The radio-friendly record originally appeared on Bellinger's pre-album mixtape, Choose Up Season, which we premiered last October. However for those who didn't catch it the first time around, here's the 2.0 version.
Eric Bellinger Feat. T-Boz
In advance of his forthcoming album Cuffing Season, R&B crooner Eric Bellinger shares single "Creep" feat. T-Boz, a modernized take on the TLC classic. Bellinger explains his thought process behind the song:
Kiss Goodnight (Acoustic Version)
Eric Bellinger's "Kiss Goodnight" is one of the singer's most well-known songs, released as a single from his 2014 album, Rebirth. The record featured a lush, glimmering instrumental, which may have distracted from his very technical vocal performance, but on the singer's brand new acoustic version of the song -- recorded in the HNHH studio -- Bellinger's incredibly strong falsetto and impressive range are on full display.
My Way (Remix)
The 30 or so seconds left at the end of Fetty Wap and Drake's "My Way" remix pretty much guaranteed it would be a popular freestyle record, and while Fetty primarily sings on the track, we haven't heard many R&B singers take on the instrumental.Eric Bellinger has decided to add his pipes to the song, and unlike Drake, he's able to pull off the surprisingly technical vocal run on the hook. The singer's Cuffing Season is on its way, as he hints on his verse, though we're still not sure just how soon it'll arrive. We'll keep you updated.
iPod On Shuffle
"Cuffing Season," at least according to Fabolous, occurs in the colder months of the year, and is usually positioned at odds with summer, a time when the general consensus says being single is the move. That being said, Eric Bellinger's new album, Cuffing Season, will arrive smack-dab in the middle of summer on July 7th. Get the scoop on it here, and listen to the lead single below.
Mally Mall Feat. Eric Bellinger, Chinx & Too Short
Las Vegas artist Mally Mall isn’t one to put out full projects, but that doesn’t stop him from releasing random singles out of the blue. Tonight, he decides to give Young California Radio the green light to premiere his newest single “Freak”, featuring R&B singer Eric Bellinger, Chinx, and Too $hort.
Da Boy Dame Feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Adrian Marcel & Eric Bellinger
Oakland’s Da Boy Dame is making his HNHH debut tonight, and he’s doing so in grand fashion. Calling on R&B heavyweights Ty Dolla $ign, Adrian Marcel, and Eric Bellinger for assistance, here goes Da Boy’s brand new single “Do Ya”.
This week, Eric Bellinger hinted that he'd be releasing his new album, Cuffing Season, on April 1st, and while fans gave him the benefit of the doubt, the announcement turned out to be an elaborate April Fool's joke. Of course, he couldn't just leave his fans hanging, so the singer released a brand new song today as an apology for the joke, as well as to give them an update on the album, which he promises will be "worth the wait".
Trippin' On Me
Tommy Brown Feat. Travis Scott & Eric Bellinger
Tommy Brown has already made his name as a producer working with the likes of Ariana Grande, Chris Brown, and T.I., but today he launches his career as a vocalist, and things are off to a good start. Tommy leads off the track, before passing the hypnotic arpeggios and clean piano chords to Travi$ Scott and Eric Bellinger (who he worked with extensively on the R&B singer's last project).
I Go In
AD Feat. Eric Bellinger
On April 13, AD will be returning with a new, Adrian Swish-hosted tape entitled Blue 89, and today we've gotten the first track from it. "I Go In" features Eric Bellinger and was produced by CBallin. Within seconds, you'll recognize that this sounds almost identical to Chris Brown's "Loyal," but luckily AD and Bellinger put enough of a personal spin on it to separate it from the 2014 hit. Let us know if you're feeling this one. Quotable Lyrics
Focused On You
Eric Bellinger Feat. 2 Chainz
It was only a matter of time before 2 Chainz referenced one of his "Most Expensivest Shit" feats in a verse. The GQ webseries, which features Tity Boi trying out some of the priciest gear in the world, seemed primed for mid-song references to the ATL rapper's love for life's finer things, and now it' happened. On Eric Bellinger's new track "Focused On You," Chainz mentions the episode in which he ate the world's most extravagant burger: "I just ate a 300 dollar hamburger."