[R&B] The Weeknd – Live For (Feat. Drake)

The Weeknd
Live For (feat. Drake)

Do you “Live For” new music from The Weeknd? No? Well then, you have some time to sort out your priorities as you listen to his latest single, featuring Toronto cohort, Drake. Over some cascading percussion and gossamery strings, the pair describe exactly what it is that keeps them breathing (hint: if you’ve listened to any Drake song in the past, you should pretty much know the standard answers already). This may not be our favorite single off of Kiss Land, but we’re still looking forward to the album’s release on September 10th.

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Can you believe it’s already been three years since Curren$y released Pilot Talk? That’s right around the time we heard the first single in the “Continue reading »

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[Hip-Hop] Chiddy Bang – Breathe (Prod. Yuri Beat$)

Chiddy Bang
Breathe (Prod. by Yuri Beat$)

Where was this one when we put together our recent Mega Summer Hip-Hop Playlist? After taking some time to “Breathe,” Chiddy Bang returns to the scene with this airy new feel-good single, just in time for the end of summer. Despite its laidback vibes, “Breathe” is meant to appeal to the working man, who among all the stresses that can consume him at anytime just needs to step back at some point, take a deep breath and reflect. This is just the first of what we presume to be many other excellent offerings from Chiddy Bang’s upcoming mixtape, Baggage Claim, out later this year.

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With summer starting to wind down, we felt we would try to squeeze out the most we could from what days we have left remaining. As a tribute to our absolute favorite season of the year, we have assembled four Mega Summer Playlists for your listening enjoyment. Last week we introduced you to our series with an amazing Indie Rock/Fock playlist. The second playlist in our series, premiering today, features both Hip-Hop and R&B. In the next two weeks, we’ll be bring you two more exciting playlists as well. One contains a broad spectrum of Alternative tracks, while the final edition will be a massive EDM playlist meant to close out your summer with a bang.

We hope this makes the last moments of your summer that much more enjoyable. So press play, fire up your grill, throw on those Wayfarers, turn your speakers on to full blast and get ready to release your “Inner Ninja” as you enjoy some amazing tunes.

- TMN Staff

Ten Thousand Hours
Sammy Adams
LA Story (feat. Mike Posner)
Mike Stud
Big Boi
Shoes For Running (Feat. B.o.B. & Wavves)
Clinton Sparks
Gold Rush (ft. Macklemore, 2 Chainz & D.A.)
Mikky Ekko
Big Sean
All Ive Ever Dreamed Of (feat. Hit Boy, Audio Push, K. Roosevelt & Robin Thicke)
Childish Gambino
Smokey Robotic
Unlike Anyone
Inner Ninja w/ David Myles
Chance The Rapper
NaNa (ft. Action Bronson)
Vic Mensa
Orange Soda
Charlie Brown feat. Blu
SLik d
Jah is Good & Great
Chanda Mbao
Summer in Brazil (ft. Celeste)
Denitia & Sene
casanova. (knxwledge remix.)
Maybe Thats Why (ft. ADOMS)
DJ Sidereal
All I Need Is Sunshine (Feat. Finding Novyon & D.Glove)
Akono Miles
Get Inspired
Tim James x Rayne Myers
Summertime Vibes
Hipster Girls
Carpe Diem
Vic Mensa
Hollywood LA
Martin $ky
Sterling Hayes
Retrospect ft. D2G x Kembe X
Dally Auston x Joey Purp
Do Ya Thang
Bishop Nehru
Light Leak$
Joey Bada$$
Death Of YOLO (Feat. Smoke DZA)
Show Me Love
Na$im Williams
61 Lilies (feat. Scheme, Doc, & Sulaiman)
Devin Miles
Jon Waltz
Bang (Left My Home)
Domo Genesis
Drugs Got Me Spiritual (Ft. Remy Banks)
Flatbush ZOMBiES
Palm Trees
Dom Kennedy
Killer$ (Feat. Trinidad Jame$)
Clams Casino
Bookfiend ft. DOOM
Jetskiz ft. Uness
Coleman Hell
Beer Cans
Time To Set Sail
The Neighbourhood
West Coast
Radical Something
Cheap Drink
Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg
Nuthin but a G Thang (Metics Summertime Bootleg)
Kendrick Lamar
Bitch, Dont Kill My Vibe (Remix) ft. Jay Z
50 Cent
We Up Feat. Kendrick Lamar & Kidd Kidd
Frank Ocean
Pink Matter (Remix) feat. André 3000 & Big Boi
The Internet
Give It Time
Hiatus Kaiyote
Nakamarra feat. Q Tip
Brice Fox
Sweet Serenity (feat. Matty Rico)
J. Cole
Cole Summer
Gullible feat. Cee Lo Green
Theophilus London
Rio ft. The Menahan Street Band
J. Cole
Forbidden Fruit (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)
Somewhere in America
MeLo X
Kid Cudi
Brothers (Ft. King Chip & A$AP Rocky)

Action Bronson
Strictly 4 My Jeeps (Queens Day Remix) f LL Cool J x Lloyd Banks

Run The Jewels
Run The Jewels
Tyler, the Creator
Jamba (Feat. Hodgy Beats)
Earl Sweatshirt
Whoa (feat. Tyler, The Creator)
Earl Sweatshirt
Hive (feat. Vince Staples and Casey Veggies)
Captain Murphy
Gone Fishing Ft. Jeremiah Jae
Mac Miller
Matches ft (Ab Soul)
ScHoolboy Q
Collard Greens feat. Kendrick Lamar

Mayer Hawthorne
Crime (featuring Kendrick Lamar)

How Many Drinks Remix (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
Lit feat. J. Cole and KQuick
MeLo X
Natural Vibez
Micah Freeman
The Now
Jarred A.G.
TiRon & Ayomari
No Filter
Chance The Rapper
Favorite Song (ft. Childish Gambino)
Hoodie Allen
Long Night (feat. Chance The Rapper)
Brothers From Another
Groov Feat. Asher Roth
Chuck Inglish
For The Love (Feat. Asher Roth)
Jez Dior
West Coast
Fuck For The Road ft. Chris Brown
Body Party (Remix) ft. Future and B.o.B
Kelly Rowland
Kisses Down Low
Mariah Carey
#Beautiful (Remix) ft Miguel & A$AP Rocky
Ariana Grande
The Way feat. Mac Miller
Ariana Grande
Right There (Feat. Big Sean)
Robin Thicke
Blurred Lines Feat. T.I. & Pharrell
Mayer Hawthorne
Her Favorite Song (Feat. Jessie Ware)
Do It
Bruno Mars
Drop City Yacht Club
Crickets ft. Jeremih & T.I.
Justin Timberlake
Take Back The Night
Chris Brown
Fine China
Adorn Feat Jessie Ware
Take It Back
Maya Symone
Summertime Chi feat. Kembe X
2AM Club
Miley Cyrus
LSD ft. Chance The Rapper
Gettin High
Square Off
24k feat. A$AP Rocky
Marc Goone
Yung Walter White
Javelin x The Hood Internet
G Unit Spinner Chain feat. Alex Wiley
Hail Mary (ft. Danny Brown)
A.J. Crew
Black Hippy
U.O.E.N.O. Remix
Started From The Bottom
Kid Ink
Bad Ass (LA Remix) Feat. YG & Problem
Lil Wayne
Rich As Fuck (Feat. 2 Chainz)
Chuck Inglish
Swervin (Feat. Sir Michael Rocks)
Trinidad Jame$
All Gold Everything (Remix) feat. T.I., Young Jeezy & 2 Chainz
Young Jeezy
RIP Remix feat YG, Kendrick Lamar & Chris Brown
Without Me ft. Kelly Rowland & Missy Elliott
Pour It Up (Remix) feat. Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Juicy J & T.I.
A$AP Ferg
Work (Remix) ft. A$AP Rocky, French Montana, ScHoolBoy Q & Trinidad Jame$
DJ Khaled
No New Friends (SFTB Remix) Feat. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne
PMW (All I Really Need) Feat. ScHoolboy Q
Ace Hood
Bugatti (Remix) (Feat. Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Meek Mill, French Montana, 2 Chainz, DJ Khaled & Birdman)
Audio Push
Space Jam ft. Lil Wayne
ScHoolboy Q
Hell Of A Night
A$AP Rocky
Fuckin Problems Feat. 2 Chainz, Drake, & Kendrick Lamar
Pusha T
Numbers On The Boards
Big Sean
Control (HOF) (Feat. Kendrick Lamar & Jay Electronica)
Kanye West
Black Skinhead
DJ Katch  
Up All Night feat Shane Eli
Feel The Love (Woz Remix) feat. Childish Gambino

Blackbear x Touch Sensitive
Just Friends? ft NYLO

Jez Dior
Kings Dead
Shooting Star Ft. Alexus Lee
Sean Dee
Bow and Arrows feat. Anna Yvette
Travi$ Scott
Dance On The Moon ft. Theophilus London & Paul Wall
Leaving You

Hoodie Allen
Make It Home (feat. Kina Grannis)

Hold On, Were Going Home feat. Majid Jordan
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[Hip-Hop] Earl Sweatshirt – Sunday (Feat. Frank Ocean)

Earl Sweatshirt
Sunday (Feat. Frank Ocean)

The Earl Sweatshirt leaks continue to pour in as we ready ourselves for the release of his debut album, Doris, early next week. I had to blink twice as I wrote that last sentence, because it seems like Earl’s been a staple in our rotation for awhile now. That tells you just about everything you need to know about how talented he really is. Joining him on his latest effort is Odd Future running mate, Frank Ocean. While we all know and love Frank for his pristine vocal chords, he seizes this opportunity to get a few thoughts off his chest. Perfect for a “Sunday,” right?

What I appreciate about Frank is that while he does have bars, he doesn’t take every opportunity to try and shove his rap skills down our throats (unlike certain other artists who he may or may not be taking shots at during his verse); his entire process feels organic, and perhaps even a little cathartic. At the end of the day though, he knows when to stick to his strengths, which is why he’s such a brilliant artist. All that aside, “Sunday” is yet another stellar number to add to Earl’s collection. The anticipation is nearly suffocating us at this point, but with Doris right around the corner (August 20th), it looks like our patience will finally pay off. 

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[NEW] Eminem – Survival (Feat. Liz Rodrigues)

Eminem - Survival

It has been a minute since we were last graced with some new words from the Detroit spitter, Eminem. Although there has been a feature here and there, Em has not dropped any new solo material-until today. After teasing a new track via a commercial for the upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts video game earlier today, a full version of his latest cut, “Survival,” was released shortly after. The DJ Khalil produced single finds the legend dropping some aggressive rhymes over a heavy guitar-ripped beat. Complete with Liz Rodrigues on vocals and the hook, this rock anthem about fighting back compliments the gritty vibe of the highly-anticipated game. The track is not an official single from Em’s upcoming full length, dropping later this year.

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[Hip-Hop] Lupe Fiasco – #DopeFrancis (American Trap)

Lupe Fiasco
#DopeFrancis (American Trap)

We knew it was only a matter of time before Kendrick Lamar‘s verse from “Control” elicited some responses. After calling out just about every emcee in the game, it made sense that other rappers would take offense to Kendrick’s words. One such artist who wasn’t mentioned, garnered some attention late last night through his Twitter account. That artist would be Lupe Fiasco (his tweets have become private, but the backlash is just as widespread as before). After going on quite the tirade, and impersonating a few rappers by ghostwriting their responses along the way, fans were clamoring for Lupe to pen a comeback of his own. Finally, it seems as if he listened…well, sort of.

While “#DopeFrancis” (seriously, hashtagged song titles need to die) isn’t exactly a direct response, it does allow Lupe to put his skills on display. If we’re assuming this was conceived over the past 24 hours, then it’s a pretty impressive track, coupling themes of drug abuse with religion almost seamlessly. The song does sound fairly raw overall however, and I think it’s safe to say this is just a throwaway meant to prove that Lupe isn’t one to be slept on in the rap game.

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