Without getting too deep or making this entry complicated, without a doubt, 100s is one of the best “pimp rap” leaders to exist in the 21st century.
It’s like a futuristic J Dilla instrumental with an overlay of vocals by kin of Kraftwerk or Daft Punk. With “DNA”, Fly Moon Royalty handsomely mixes the chromosomes of urban contemporary instrumentalism and electronic roots, all stemming from the soul and soil of Detroit City.
Lucy Love is one of the most innovative female entertainers to rap on this planet. Perhaps, it’s because of the title of this song.
You can’t choose which family you’re born into, but if you’re as driven and healthy as G4SHI, you can and will change your ending. But it’s no easy task. G4SHI explains.
Specifically, what drew me to this Nacho Picasso track was its similarities to Crime Mob’s knack for catchy hooks and danceable beats.
If this is your first time hearing any music created by this blossoming soulful singer PARTYNEXTDOOR (born Jahron Anthony Brathwaite), it’s alright. We’ll do the work for you.
Gucci Mane asks all of his trap gods to stand up before delivering a traptastic verse about gun-busting and gun-butting.
The Underachievers bring that chill-out vibe in N.A.S.A. that makes you relax and think about some heavy occult shit that most people aren’t willing to.
“Help Me Loose My Mind” is all about melody. Beautifully blending the sweet synths along side London Grammar’s angelic voice.
Doley Bernays’ ‘Blessed’ gets Song of the Day because of its bouncy, high energy production and simple hook. Easy to learn and enough bump to dance to.