Happy Monday to all of you, and unless you happen to be somewhere toasty, I hope you are all enjoying the brisk weather. Do you all remember a man by the name of Justin Timberlake? Well he’s back! Also included; a collaborative banger from G.O.O.D./MMG, a voluptuous remix from Zeds Dead, and did Outkast reformulate?
When the video of JT claiming “i’m ready” surfaced earlier this week, I didn’t think that meant a brand new single a few days later. A comeback of this stature should obviously include a feature from Jay-Z right? These two slick gentlemen are rightful owners of a track called “Suit & Tie.” We can’t forget about this silky smooth production from Timbaland, who could use a comeback of his own. Justin, the music industry missed you and we’re incredibly happy to have you back. Download the single on
The Toronto duo has wooed us with another gorgeous remix. This time taking the Welsh singer/songwriter is the recipient of a well-orchestrated renovation.
Yes, it’s true; André 3000 and Big Boi are on a track together. The cinematic “Pink Matter” from Ocean’s Channel Orange is responsible for this reunion.
Here’s a single off their upcoming album Heza, which hits stores April 2. This is their third record, and the first one under Polyvinyl Records.
GOOD Music’s Pusha T collaborates with the MMG boss for a fire banger. This is off the long awaited mixtape Wrath of Caine which still doesn’t have a release date. Produced by Southside and Rico Beats.
This is the second single off Ryan Tedder and company’s upcoming third LP Native, set for March 26.
The London electronic duo has made quite the name for themselves lately. They were just shortlisted for the 2013 BRIT Awards of Critics’ Choice. Their debut full-length Body Music is said to be released this June.
The peculiar Hip Hop group has just released another free project called The Flower of Life. You can download the FreEP HERE
A Mike Will produced banger off Future’s upcoming project The Movie.
Ace dropped his Starvation 2 mixtape this week, and while I thought it was better then the first, this was my favourite joint from it. Produced by Jahlil Beats.