Released July 31, 2012 via Maybach Music Group
Ricky Rozay’s most anticipated project God Forgives, I Don’t dropped today and I have a feeling sales are going to be enormous. First though, here’s a little something different from the MMG frontman. While i’m not opposed to the dark, aggressive, MMG-affliate packed videos, this is a nice change. The video jumps up and down the timeline of the three artists’ lives. From Dre’s days with Snoop Dogg (now Lion i’m told), Ross in the hood, Jay wearing grills to Monster products and Maybachs.
Directed by Dre Films
Hope everyone enjoyed their Canada weekends. If you’re just getting back in to the swing of things, start your week off with Vol. 29 of Blues & Beats.
The G.O.O.D. Music compilation album is shaping up to be a doozy.
Angus Stone leaves out his sister Julia for some solo work.
Rick Ross drops another single from the highly anticipated God Forgives, I Don’t.
Paul Banks of Interpol just released his second solo project entitled Julian Plenti Lives… via Matador Records.
Wale’s title track to a very successful album “Ambition” video premiered today via BET 106 & Park.
More of the same from Chromatics. Their fourth single “Lady,” from the upcoming LP Kill For Love has similar visuals as their previous videos. I’m sure if you watched them all back-to-back, the collaboration would create a nice short film.
The Gorillaz throw a rager, ending with an eviction notice for their Converse promotional single “DoYaThing.”
Tyga’s blazing single with an even hotter remix found visuals this week.
Jeezy deals with some family drama in “Leave You Alone,” with Ne-Yo on the hook.
Happy Monday to everyone. Shake those cobwebs.
Tanlines released another single this week, they’re gearing up for their debut LP Mixed Emotions coming in just over two weeks.
Maybach Music Group’s explicit version of “Bag Of Money” was finally released this afternoon. Self Made, Vol. 2 on it’s way.
Arcade Fire is joining another super-duper stacked soundtrack for the film The Hunger Games (aka another Twilight soundtrack).
Mac Miller dropped two tracks this week for an upcoming project Macadelic, only one of which was worthy of posting.
Two beauty house remixes this week, one for Wiz Khalifa’s “Get Sum” done by Sound Remedy, and the other Eric Prydz on M83’s addicting “Midnight City.”
A couple bangers from Ace Hood and Bow Wow to throw in the “Workout Mix.”
Founded in 2008, Rick Ross (The Bawse) gives the world Maybach Music Group.
The record label saw it’s first release in 2009 with Deeper Than Rap. Mr. Roberts began signing artists, starting with Gunplay, with the latest being Stalley, a couple cats in between named Wale & Meek. Currently Ross is in conversation with bullrider flow emcee Dom Kennedy.
For today though, with the MMG influx on my Twitter feed, today’s episode is brought to you by Maybach Music
As we all know, the beautiful Lana Del Rey dropped her first LP on the world Tuesday. Despite the less than stellar SNL performance, this record is quite phenomenal. There are a couple non-single tracks in the mix and I would definitely advise you to pick up a copy of Born To Die.
Also joining the mix is a fresh single from WZRD (Kid Cudi & Dot Da Genius).
New material from Beach Fossils and Pretty Lights as well.
With Rich Forever dropping a few days ago, Rozay takes over Vol. 5. Not to be outdone by the latest EP from Memoryhouse, the Toronto Dream Pop group who recently signed with Sub Pop, LP set for February 28th. The blog buzzing Grimes and her new track of looping pianos and synths wandered into the mix. Ryan Leslie dropped another phenomenal single in preparation for Les Is More.
Count a million cash, can you blog that?