Earlier this week, Romeo Miller took a break from his handful of other projects to release his album Hidden Treasure. The 12-track offering is a good mix of songs for his eclectic audience, and while there were plenty of artists featured on the album, none were more important than Romeo’s father, Master P.
Hidden Treasure is released via No Limit Forever Records, a label founded by Romeo, himself. It’s an obvious nod to his father’s empire No Limit Records and its clear that the younger Miller is hoping to create a legacy much like his dad’s while maintaining his own sound. The father-son duo trade verses on their Hidden Treasure track “The Tank” as generations collide, so give it few spins and let us know what you think.
Never a the club I’m at the bank boy
No more chasin’ love that sh*t’s a decoy
Suck it like an Altoid
I had to take it back for ’em
Put my mothaf*ckin’ city on a map for ’em
Kamaiyah has seen steady growth in her career since 2015. In the past four years, she’s definitely become one of the most promising artists from the West Coast. Collaborating with Drake, ScHoolboy Q, Tyga, YG, and many more, she’s continued to show and prove every time she steps to her plate. Although it feels like it’s been a while since we’ve heard any new music from her, she came through this week with a BOP. Bringing straight Bay Area vibes, she dropped off “Still I Am” earlier this week, reminding everyone that she’s still that chick. As she flexes across the track about her luxury vehicles, she also reflects on the things it took for her to get to the point she is today.
Even it’s been two years since she dropped her last project, we’re eager to see what she has in store in 2020.
Bullshit, I been in
Weak contracts where they label’s not spendin’
Now I’m startin’ up engines
And blacked out Wraiths with the windows all tinted
Chronixx has been buzzing throughout the decade. Although he’s been in the game since his teens, in the last few years, he’s truly become an international sensation working with everyone from Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber to Little Simz, Berner, Mr. Eazi, Major Lazer and more. 2017 was the year he blessed fans with his album, Chronology which was later nominated for a Grammy.
This week, he came through with a remix of one of the tracks off of Chronology to cap off the year on a strong note. Teaming up with Sampa The Great, Chronixx comes through with the official remix to his song, “Black Is Beautiful.” The two are an incredible pairing together, taking the Chronology track and bringing to new heights with Sampa’s contributions.
Understand the plight of my people
Now we looking way past equal
March on the steps to feel
This is a real song. It only took Ja Rule a few years to officially respond to the Fyre Festival fiasco with a new song but, hey, it’s here and we’re definitely entertained. If you purchased a ticket to the first-ever Fyre Festival, you definitely played yourself. Hopefully, you didn’t get a first-hand account of how things went down. If you were lucky enough to witness the mess from the comfort of your own home, Ja Rule is here to explain just what happened straight from the horse’s mouth.
Ja Rule had a strong hand in the inception of Fyre Festival and, even though it ended up being a major failure, he’s still planning on another festival that will be “iconic.” Releasing a new song titled “FYRE,” the rapper asks who wants to party with the Kardashians and Jenners on a luxurious beach before claiming that “false advertising ain’t fraud.” Uhhhh… okay there. One of the funniest parts of the entire track is when he speaks about Andy King, who earned global notoriety because of his cameo in the Netflix documentary about the disaster. “What the fuck is going on/You ’bout to give this man fellatio for Evian/C’mon that’s way beyond the job description/That’s an addiction to sucking dick,” he sings.
Listen to the song below and… enjoy it.
Hotter than the sun
But it wasn’t that
How ’bout a show of hands if you got your money back!
I’m just playing, I got a suit for that
$100 mil to be exact
Though it’s not entirely uncommon to hear new music from Lil Wayne, his arrival always feels like a rare occurrence. Today, Complex has premiered a brand new track from Weezy F. stemming from this year’s edition of Ethika’s RGB3 tape, following “Vizine” from last year’s edition. This time around, Weezy tackles an instrumental from WZRD BLD, once again flexing his storytelling chops like only he can.
Stylistically, his cadence is drenched with autotune, though his keen eye for imagery elevates the lyricism of the melodic moments. “Angels and witches,” he croons, in a falsetto. “Bengals and kittens, swingers and hitters, singles and sinners.” It’s relatively experimental for the New Orleans legend, whose voice malleates as his doomed romance unfolds. “Got me sleepless, sleepless in Miami,” laments Wayne. “You got me deep in thought when I’m deep inside of you.”
Check out the new single now, as shared by Complex. Look for that new Ethika RGB3 tape to drop on December 18th, right here. What do you think of Wayne’s contribution to the synesthetic cause?
Ted Park is out here with the gang and he’d like you to know that on his latest track, “Friend Of Mine.” The Wisconsin-born rapper has been steadily putting in work throughout the year with the release of his latest project, They Don’t Know, and the several singles he unleashed throughout the year. His new single is a slapper to conclude his productive year. The rapper teamed up with producer Danny Bobby who brings a rambunctious beat for Ted Park to go off on. As Ted Park flexes throughout the track with a trap-esque flow on the hook, he showcases his speedy delivery and charisma throughout the track with a few outrageous punchlines.
Peep his new track below and keep your eyes peeled for more new music from Ted Park.
Everything that they said I couldn’t, I do it
Came from a city so small that I flew it
She was fallin’ apart so you know that I screwed
Put in my years, I got so much to prove
From Wisconsin but my pocket filled with big cheese
Pull up in a six speed, she like that I’m risky
Burna Boy’s had a successful year. Not only with the release of African Giant but also with the string of impressive collaborations he did. He worked with Jidenna, Beyonce, and DJ Snake, among others but he also did some work with fellow African artists. Most recently, he teamed up with Nappy for their brand new single, “Aye.” The two artists latest track is based in afrobeats but even Nappy’s cadence, adlibs, and delivery have a hip-hop feel to it. Flexing money and their drip, the two deliver an equally lavish music video that brings vibrant choreography, loads of cash, beautiful women, and icy jewelry.
Although Nappy is only getting started, it looks like 2020 could be the year he has a major breakout. Check his new song below.
Puttin’ in the Ms in the bank
Put a bit of drip ah weh
Yes, I pull up with the bands
And I got my goons on deck
It’s the beef nobody thought they needed, but lo and behold, it’s been a source of late-year entertainment for us all. Though it’s been a minute since Shady Records waged war against Murder Inc back in 2003, it feels as if history is repeating itself in a varied state, albeit against a different challenger. This time, it was Nick Cannon who stepped to Em, hitting him with back to back diss tracks and drawing out two former Shady generals into the fray. Though 50 Cent kept his responses reserved for the Gram, Obie Trice wasted little time in hitting the booth to retaliate.
Not far removed from “SpankyHayes,” Obie Trice has officially delivered the sequel, this time allowing himself more breathing room. “Planned Parenthood, apparently she thought her heir was good,” raps Obie, “but your parent didn’t process it like she should.” He proceeds to recommend that Cannon stick to his lane, as beefing with Detroit rappers can have unexpected side-effects. “These ain’t bout slave masters or nothin’ that’s white and black but if you fuckin’ over my family I’m putting you all in caskets,” he raps, his flow picking up steam. “After the Aftermath, they asked him what in the fuck happened Nicholas?”
I’m coming to California, me and a bunch of crackers
And they gon’ ask, who is that n***a that’s up there naggin’
This ain’t bout slave masters or nothin’ that’s white and black
But if you fuckin’ over my family I’m putting you all in caskets
Looking back at the decade, there’s one person who doesn’t appear to get the credit they deserve for their impact. Of course, that is Chief Keef as well as the other rappers who emerged alongside him when drill music first emerged. Although they might not be at the height of their careers as they once were, they’ve continued to keep the streets flooded with new music on a constant basis.
Tadoe is now back with his latest single, “One Mo” with Chief Keef. The two rappers continue to show that they have undeniable chemistry on wax over the heavy drill production. Along with a catchy hook, the two detail the lavish life as well as their own experiences dealing with the streets and the law.
Did an interview and I don’t like no more cameras
Threw enough cash in, I don’t like no more dances
SWAT done knocked my gate down, I need one more mansion
Money, want more engine, my shit throw tantrums
Sada Baby is one of the hottest artists out of Detroit right now. As he’s continued to develop a strong buzz both regionally and nationally, all eyes have been on him. He’s already influenced the game in his own ways and has a bunch of high-profile rappers as fans such as Danny Brown. ScHoolboy Q, and Chris Brown.
Over the weekend, Sada Baby delivered another new cut titled, “Casada.” With Ashley Sorrell providing additional vocals, Sada Baby delivers a motivational anthem of sorts on the record. Pulling back on the humor, the rapper details his come-up in Detroit while making it abundantly clear that he doesn’t know Eminem. “All I know is Eastside, ain’t no switch places/ I grew up by 8 mile, I don’t know Slim Shady/ I grew up on 7 mile, get your shit split,” he raps viciously.
Chains on me, off of trappin’ rappin’, I’mma kill for ’em
N***as out here lyin’ on my name, say I steal for ’em
Only thing Skuba ever was was too real for ’em
Breakin’ my neck to do deals and get meals for ’em
It’s been a hot minute since we last heard from Amir Obe. With exception to a collab with K. Roosevelt, the last time the Michigan rapper impacted our site was last year with the song “Famous,” but thankfully that drought ends here today. With little warning, the artist formerly knows as Phreshy Duzit decides to return to the scene and share his new song “Silver Lining.”
The song surfaces following a recent breakup from his girlfriend. “My girl cut me off today so I felt the need to share this. :)” Amir wrote along with the release.
Take a listen to the J.LBS & Nylz-produced record and let us know what you think.
Scrollin’ through the phone, keepin’ tabs on you
Kill ’em with success, make a bag for you
Losin’ all the feelings that I had for you
Losin’ all the feelings that I had for you
Whole crowd calling ’bout the break up
Wifisfuneral has always operated within an interesting realm of the SoundCloud landscape. Though many of his musical qualities lent themselves well to the lo-fi, minimalist songwriting style, his lyricism remained a sharp tool in his arsenal. Now, the Floridian rapper has returned with another new drop, this time finding him paired up with former XXL Freshman classmate YBN Nahmir. Opting to take things back to basics, Wifi sets off “Peace Sign” with a slick verse, whipping up a focused flow over dynamic percussion.
Though Nahmir’s flow isn’t quite as polished as his collaborator, he makes up for it in charisma. Jamming each bar with some notable Bay Area influence, the YBN rapper makes it clear that if you do happen to catch him outside the house, the strap isn’t far behind. While “Peace Sign” is hardly cutting edge in the songwriting department, it remains an enjoyable duet from two exciting young voices. What do you think of this one?
Scrapin so they gave me a “Welcome to the static”
Sliding in the street, is you scared that we gon’ go to the trap?
Before I had to rap, I was that young n***a with cash