Listen to LeToya Luckett’s “Blessed”

Listen to LeToya Luckett’s “Blessed”

by

I was not expecting this from Miss LeToya Luckett.

Song of the Day: “Can I Live (Livin To Die)” by SmiffnWe$

Song of the Day: “Can I Live (Livin To Die)” by SmiffnWe$

by

Hear the emotional and powerful sounds of a young rapper named SmiffnWe$, who represents East Atlanta to the fullest.

Listen: “Money Do” by Jeremih featuring Gucci Mane

Listen: “Money Do” by Jeremih featuring Gucci Mane

by

Jeremih holds his own with the sorcerer of Rap, Gucci Mane.

Review: A$AP Rocky’s Experimental Sophomore Effort, “ALLA (At.Long.Last.A$AP)”

Review: A$AP Rocky’s Experimental Sophomore Effort, “ALLA (At.Long.Last.A$AP)”

by

A$AP Rocky’s ALLA album review, the superfan edition.

Listen: “The End Of The Beginning” by Elle Varner

Listen: “The End Of The Beginning” by Elle Varner

by

Listening to Elle Varner always gives me some type of clarity and keeps me balanced.

Listen: “No Sleep 4 The Youth” by Metro Boomin

Listen: “No Sleep 4 The Youth” by Metro Boomin

by

“No Sleep 4 The Youth” has a ghostly-creepy sound with a bounce, adding danceable movement to the beat.

Listen: “KILLAfornia” by A.E featuring Mila J & YG

Listen: “KILLAfornia” by A.E featuring Mila J & YG

by

I think if A.E’s music quality continues to sound this awesome and it gets the apt rollout it needs, he’ll be next up on our American award show stages.

Listen to débruit’s “Separated Together” & “Shock,” set to release Outside The Lines LP

Listen to débruit’s “Separated Together” & “Shock,” set to release Outside The Lines LP

by

Since 2013, I’ve secretly been at the helm of the débruit fan club.

Drique London’s “Sound of the Rising Sun,” Honestly Reviewed

Drique London’s “Sound of the Rising Sun,” Honestly Reviewed

by

Drique London is an MC representing Raleigh, North Carolina. He’s built a following throughout the years from blogs, magazines and radio shows, becoming well known in his home state.

Listen: “A Bag” by K Camp featuring Sauce Walka

Listen: “A Bag” by K Camp featuring Sauce Walka

by

To be rather honest, if this is truly K Camp’s song for his album, it doesn’t sound like it.