Check out another new Chicago artist lookin' to make his name heard - Dave Pracyse shows off a couple different styles on "How I Feel" featuring the singer/producer Kajun (produced Ludacris & Trey Songz "Sex Room") and a more upbeat record called "Party Wit Me". "How I Feel" is my favorite of the two - a rap/R&B record that is addicting and relatable. Dave P. does an awesome job of tellin' his story in his couple of verses, which contrast well with the singing and a really dope beat by Kajun. "Party Wit Me" is a little bit misleading from the title; I was expecting somethin' obnoxious, but it's actually a fresh 80s-sounding record that gets ya in the mood to go out. It's a little bit on the materialistic side, which I have grown to dislike in general, but the clever wordplay in the verses keep the record lively and unique. And the references to NBA players and Michael J. Fox were all pretty dope, and sometimes funny. Love when a song gets a couple chuckles out in me. Keep your eyes peeled on Dave Pracyse as you'll be sure to see more from him here at GWHH.
Down below, enjoy a large batch of downloads featuring predominantly R&B from big names like Usher, Mariah Carey, Jamie Foxx, Kelly Rowland, and more. The two Usher jams were real nice; "Stranger" being a midtempo, Drumma Boy produced record that shines lyrically and vocally. I think that one coulda easily stood out on Raymond vs. Raymond. Also browse the new videos featuring Drake, premieres from Lloyd Banks and Curren$y, and some high quality live footage of up and comer Erik Flowchild, who previews his upcoming collab w/ Big Sean around the 7 minute mark. Enjoy!