Big Sean just signed with Roc Nation management (Jay Z's company) last night and today kicks off the announcement with a brand new 4 song EP.
The 4 songs include a a standout track "I Don't Fuck With You" featuring E-40 produced by Kanye West, DJ Mustard and DJ Dahi which sounds like an instant hit. The other tracks include "4th Quarter" produced by Key Wane, "Paradise" produced by MikeWillMadeIt, and "Jit / Juke" produced by Nate Fox / The Internz / L&F. Sean offers some solid verses throughout the 4 tracks and gets extremely excited on what we can expect from his third studio album that he is currently working on. Listen below and enjoy!
It took a few minutes to pick my jaw off the ground after first listening through iconic rap heavyweight Jay-Z and Yung Jeezy's newest collaboration. The release "Seen It All" is a full bodied track with both Jeezy and HOVA spitting a fierce round of verses on top of a robust beat produced by Cardo. This heater had the makings of being featured on Jay-Z's best-selling album Magna Carta Holy Grail, but now will be listed on Jeezy's upcoming album dropping September 2nd. The potential to cause club and festival crowds to go wild when this is played live is quite strong. Enjoy
Jeezy ft. Jay Z – Seen It All (Prod. by Cardo) | Stream Only
House duo Disclosure are known to have a strong hip-hop and r&b influence from their shocking essential mix to bringing out Mary J. Blige on the official remix of "F For You". Well the boys have done it yet again re-working Pharrell's classic track Frontin' featuring Jay-Z giving it their infectious house flavor. The result sounds so natural you'd think this was the result of a studio session between all the artists. Listen below and the boys have let it be known they might give it out as a free download when they break 1m facebook fans. Enjoy!
Frontin' – Pharrell ft. Jay Z (Disclosure Re-Work)
Coachella weekend has been filled with surprises thus far and legendary rapper Nas not only delivered an energized set, but possibly the biggest guest appearance of the weekend. Nas celebrated the occasion with a special tribute to one of the most iconic albums in hip-hop, playing his Illmatic album in full for it's 20th year anniversary.
If that wasn't enough on it's own, he participated in Coachella's spirit by bringing out a very very special surprise guest, fellow New York hip-hop icon Jay-Z (who he once had a huge feud with), to perform "Dead Presidents" and "Where I'm From". Nas snuck in a few other hits including "One Mic" and "Made You Look". To help end the set, he brought Diddy out for "Hate Me Now". All together it was easily one of the most entertaining hip-hop sets we have ever seen. Stream the entire performance below and enjoy!
Nas – Coachella 2014 Live Set
Right when you thought "We Made It" had been laid to rest, Jay Electronica is back from a long absence alongside original label signer Jay-Z to lay out the best version of the song to date.Electronica's verse is solid and proves critics wrong by managing to slip in an apology for taking such a long time to release anything. Jay-Z closes out the track with such effortless confidence adding the perfect co-sign for Jay Electronica's revival. Stream and enjoy replaying until we hear any more news.
Jay Electronica x Jay-Z – We Made It (Remix) | Stream Only
There's no denying the international star power between electronic music pioneers Daft Punk and hip-hops great Jay-Z, but unbeknownst to many of us untill today the iconic artists came together to collaborate on a track during a supposed studio session with Kanye West producing for the Tron Soundtrack. "Computerized" is every bit as awesome as you'd expect, with Daft Punk turning back time to lay down a classic electro funk beat similar to pre-Random Access Memories days with splashes of catchy synth patterns and keyboard samples galore while Jay-Z lays down verse after verse with flawless ease.
This potential blockbuster has every media source searching for the factual nature of this track since it surfaced over the weekend, but unlike most bootlegs previously touted as Daft Punk originals, this sounds extremely legitimate and also raises the question of why this was track was scraped from a release. Stream the track below and stay on the look for more info as soon it becomes available. Enjoy
Daft Punk – Computerized (Feat. Jay Z) | Stream Only
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