Kxng Crooked Speaks For The People On "Flag"

It’s always a good time for a new project by Kxng Crooked. The former Slaughterhouse emcee is one of the most respected lyricists in hip hop and on his latest record, he delivers nine tracks to show any naysayer why they’re wrong about his skills. Crooked I asserts lyrical dominance on Flag, a project where he not only talks about his elevation in the game but weighs in on the political and social justice issues that have plagued America. You’ll find that no one track is like another and with each spin, a new vibe is introduced.

People have already taken to social media to praise Flag, especially due to Crooked paying tribute to those who lost their lives at the hands of the police including Breonna Taylor and Tamir Rice. The only features you’ll find on the album belongs to Kxng Crooked’s Family Bvsiness crew, so stream Flag and let us know what you think.


1. Holy Cloth
2. Flag
3. You Was Supposed To
4. Teenaged Killer (1 John 1:9)
5. OkYouFeelinDat?
6. Still Regulatin’
7. COB Season
8. Hot Sauce ft. Family Bvsiness
9. Wait a Minute

Phora Laments About Love On "Cupid's Curse" Ft. Kehlani

If you’re looking for an R&B track that spins tales of love that jumps from hot to cold and them back to steaming again, then Phora and Kehlani have delivered the single for you. The artists paired on Phora’s latest release “Cupid’s Curse” where they each lamented on the joy of being in love with someone, but how agonizing the pain is when love goes wrong. 

Artists are inspired by their real-life experiences, naturally, and Phora shared on Instagram that he holds “Cupid’s Curse” close to his chest. “So proud of this song!!!” the rapper said. “Wrote this from such a deep and personal place in my heart.” Turn the lights down low, stream “Cupid’s Curse” by Phora featuring Kehlani, and let us know what you think.

Quotable Lyrics

I was lonely on the ground, you were right there
Went from bein’ in my dreams to my nightmares
I’ve been trapped in my thoughts so long, I can’t find love
You know what it’s like, yeah (You know what it’s like, yeah)
Late nights, you stay on my mind, yeah (Stay on my mind, yeah)
Yeah we fight, break up, then we f*ck, make up

Maxwell D delivers an update to his song “SERIOUS 2020” feat CAPO LEE, NOVELIST, SO LARGE, BRUZA & TEMPA T [video]

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Grime veteran emcee Maxwell D comes through with a solid revamp of his 2010 track “Serious,” aptly titled “Serious 2020”, the rapper links up with the best in Grime from the old to the new with features from Capo Lee, Novelist, So Large, Bruza and Tempa T. The track is brazen and packs a lot of punches with its frenzied production and fiery flows from all the emcees.


Directed by the film’s legendary British directors, actors, and Grime pioneers Femi Oyeniran and NickySlimtingWalker, the accompanying music video is a celebration of Black British music heritage with a key focus on the early days of Grime. Tapping into the nostalgic spirit of the film (AGAINST ALL ODDS) and original track, the video brings to life famous images from early grime pioneers like Dizzy Rascal, Wiley, Kano and more.

Maxwell D reshoots scenes from the original video and references two of the most iconic album covers of the time while Capo Lee jumps into Dizzee Rascal’s ‘Boy In Da Corner‘ artwork and So Large portrays Wiley’s ‘Playtimes Over‘. Lastly, Bruza recreates the cover art for Tinchy Stryder’s iconic RWD Magazine cover.

Pre-order AGAINST ALL ODDS soundtrack here.

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Ne-Yo & Jeremih Remix "U 2 Luv" With Lil Durk & Queen Naija

Back in May when the political climate in the world was rising due to increasing civil unrest and global protests, Ne-Yo dropped his R&B track “U 2 Luv” featuring Jeremih. It was a time when everyone was on edge, so the music icon decided to return to the booth to share something that would be a bit of a break from the seriousness that permeated a worldwide culture. Fans get to revisit “U 2 Luv” all these months later because Ne-Yo wasn’t quite done with the record as he added a few more voices to the track’s remix.

The updated version of the song features Queen Naija and Lil Durk who add their spins to the Zapp-sampled single. We’re easing into these colder months, and this remix is one that will make some want to get closer than close to keep warm. Stream Ne-Yo’s sultry “Computer Love”-inspired single “U 2 Luv (Remix)” featuring Jeremih, Lil Durk, and Queen Naija, and let us know what you think.

Quotable Lyrics

If I say I love you, say it back (Say it back)
She keep on playin’ that WAP from Cardi B, I know it’s wet
The way your hmm-hmm grip my hmm-hmm, you know I notice that
She ain’t the type to get revenge and give my homie sex
I told her call my phone when she nasty (When she nasty)

Ceraadi Effortlessly Blends Hip Hop & R&B On "#GRWM" EP Ft. DDG

It’s been a little over a year since Roc Nation duo Ceraadi shared their Ceraadi’s Playlist EPand fans of the sisters—Emaza and Saiyr Gibson—have been pestering them about new releases. They’ve shared singles “Favorite” and most recently “BFF,” but the ladies are ready to have their moment to demand their place in the Hip Hop-R&B scene. On Friday (October 23), Ceraadi shared their seven-track project #GRWM, an acronym that translates to Get Ready With Me. The sisters recently spoke to us about their record, describing #GRWM as a project that has “different messages for women” but also makes room for the fellas to vibe, as well.

“Hip Hop evolved—like it’s literally not like how it used to be anymore—I think people need to do the same for R&B,” said Emaza. “I definitely feel like R&B has a stronger root, though… I think people should be more open to new R&B. R&B [has been] more of a traditional genre [whereas] Hip Hop is more experimental.” Stream #GRWM by Ceraadi and listen to the two artists color outside of the R&B lines.


1. BFF
2. Favorite
3. She’s Ain’t Me ft. DDG
4. On God
5. Out My Face
6. Red Button
7. Secure The Bag

Dynas – “Thai Food” Ft. DJ Jazzy Jeff (Video)

Miami rapper Dynas connects with DJ Jazzy Jeff for the single “Thai Food,” a feel-good, braggadocious banger that today receives a celebratory new video. Director Tommy Nova is behind the lens for the visuals, and he puts the focus squarely on the acclaimed underground emcee. Dynas is front and center for the video, and he uses that to his advantage to showcase his charisma while spitting some wild levels of bravado. And it just feels genuinely uplifting to see Dynas and his homies posted up and chilling in the studio where, in addition to recording this joint, we get to finally see the titular “Thai Food.” Check out the visuals and head over to your preferred digital retailer or streaming platform to support. Stay tuned for more content off Dynas’ forthcoming LP, i LeveL due out early 2021!

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DeJ Loaf Drops Debut "Sell Sole II" Ft. Big Sean, Conway, Benny The Butcher, Rick Ross, Gunna

The title of DeJ Loaf’s debut album Sell Sole II is a nod to her previous mixtape of the same name, and it’s a celebration of how far she’s come since the 2014 project’s release. The Detroit singer-songwriter has been carving out her lane in the industry for years as she’s found her tracks becoming viral hits on social media, and now it’s time to show the world exactly what she has to offer.

“I had to get grounded. Just remembering my purpose and why I initially started doing what I do,” DeJ said in a video she uploaded to Instagram. “I’m walking, not chasing, the fast. I’m letting it build slow. It might not be as easy. It might take us a little longer because we don’t actually sell ourselves. We give it our all. My definition of Sell Sole? To be grounded. Deeply rooted. Don’t sell yourself short.”

Sell Sole II has a handful of blazing features from Big Sean, Gunna, 42 Dugg, Sada Baby, Rick Ross, Benny The Butcher, Conway The Machine, Boldy James, Lil Uzi Vert, and 6LACK. Stream Sell Sole II and let us know what track is your favorite.


1. Bird Call 2
2. Queen
3. Cross That Line
4. Bubbly
5. IDK ft. Big Sean
6. No Passes
7. Obvious
8. Choose
9. No Ceiling ft. Gunna
10. Tap In ft. 42 Dugg & Sada Baby
11. Open Hand ft. Rick Ross
12. Get Money ft. Benny The Butcher, Conway The Machine, Boldy James
13. Just Like Me
14. Simply ft. Lil Uzi Vert
15. Back to My Ways Again
16. Up ft. 6LACK

Cno – “Flyaway” (Video)

Rising London, UK based Hip Hop artist Cno releases his new music video titled “Flyaway” produced by IVN.

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Big Haz teams up with Kozme on “Hip Hop Stand Up”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Big Haz comes through with another solid single titled “Hip Hop Stand Up.”

The track has a crunchy drum and cinematic texture which punctuates the rapper’s smooth flow and bravado lyrics that pay homage to the culture. Joining him on the track is Kozme who helps out on chorus duties.

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer

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Amber Rose Talks "Demise" Of 21 Savage Romance, Says He's "Scared To Be Loved"

She’s enjoying life with her “husband” A.E. Edwards and her growing, blended family, but Amber Rose can’t erase her relationship past. The model mogul has been linked to a number of high-profile entertainers including Kanye West and 21 Savage, and of the latter, Rose explained why their relationship came to a sudden close back in 2018. The launching pad for their breakup, according to Amber Rose, came when the rapper appeared at her SlutWalk holding a sign that read “I’m a hoe, too!” The backlash for 21 Savage was heavy and Rose believes it was the beginning of their end.

Amber Rose, No Jumper, Slut Walk, 21 Savage
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“Actually that’s what he wanted to do and I think that was ultimately the demise of our relationship. I think that he was being very supportive and he was like, ‘Man I should hold a sign that says, ‘I’m a hoe too!’ Rose said. I was like, ‘That would be really great for feminism! SlutWalk, you know you’re a rapper and Black men are always looked at to be very hyper-masculine and I think this would be a great moment.’ He was like, ‘Yo, I’m down!’ I got the sign made and everything and he held it up and then after that, I think the internet just went in on him too much and it just wasn’t good after that.”

Amber Rose also spoke about 21 Savage and how he acts in a relationship. “Obviously I seen a very soft side of him but I think that he’s scared to be loved. I think he has his own trauma, his own sh*t with him. I mean, I wouldn’t have been with him for a year if he was just not loving at all.” Check out her interview below.

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