Jagged Edge already dropped off a remix of "Getting Over You" with New York veteran Styles P, but now they've recruited a different New York staple to hop on the record, Ghostface Killah. The old school record appeared on Jagged Edge's recent album J.E. Heartbreak II, which is currently available on iTunes.
T-Pain has been on a roll when it comes to singles in anticipation of his long-delayed Stoicville album. The singles have been a marked difference from the auto-tuned enthusiast we know and love, but still, it's a refreshing side of rapper/singer T-Pain we don't often hear.
DeJ Loaf got quite the look when Eminem called upon the recent star to handle the hook on his Detroit anthem "Detroit Vs. Everybody," which took its name from the clothing line founded by Detroit native Tommy Walker.
Tinashe's romantic Aquarius cut "Pretend" originally featured A$AP Rocky in the "not dating you, but I want to be" role, but now he's been replaced by another, substantially different, rapper on the remix. Jeezy's hopped on the track.
Tomorrow, Jordin Sparks will be releasing a new tape entitled #BYEFELICIA (just the latest use of that phrase from the film "Friday" that seems to be taking on a new life in 2014). Today, she's teamed up with the L.A.
Kehlani recently debuted a new single "Get Away," and now the song receives new life with a remix from Bay Area rapper G-Eazy. The new song comes on the heels of a tour announcement, for which Kehlani is set to be an opener, so it only makes sense that they lock in a song together.
Yesterday Hudson Mohawke's remix of his fan-favorite record, "Chimes," leaked on to the net thanks to a radio rip. Today Hudson is ready to unveil the CDQ and official version of the record's remix, which features an all-star line-up consisting of fellow G.O.O.D.
Havoc just dropped off his new album 13 Reloaded earlier this week, and we were able to provide you with an exclusive album stream a day before it hit the web. The stream is still live if you want to check it out before copping it on iTunes.
"Only That Real" was a stand-out cut from Iamsu!'s debut album Sincerely Yours. The album itself received mixed reviews, but "Only That Real" finds Suzy 6 Speed in his element, with a nice hook and a hyphy-inspired instrumental.
We are seeing no lack of Big Sean features these days. The rapper has been on a roll ever since he dropped those four songs. As the rapper prepares a new album, he's popping up just about everywhere, reminding us why we liked him so much in the first place, with a surge of passion in his bars.
Shortly after getting a new Ghostface Killah single, "Love Don't Live Here No More," a cut off his newly-announced 36 Seasons album, the rapper returns alongside Raekwon for a remix of "All About The Money." Rae recently capped off his TBT series with his We Wanna Thank You mixtape you can grab here.
What's this? A rapper *actually* remixing a track, rather than hastily spouting a 16 over an existing hit and calling it a "remix"? I'm here for that. Tunji Ige is too, as he goes behind the boards for a slick remix of Migos' "Handsome And Wealthy."
DJ Mustard is experimenting with some new sounds on this one. Remixing Clean Bandit's smash hit single "Rather Be" (if you listen to the radio, you know it), 2014's producer of the hour takes the song's original instrumental and amplifies it with some of his signature west coast bounce.