This week started off with some #Fire for your playlists by plenty of big-names — both figuratively and literally. To make sure you caught all the new releases, here's a quick recap.
Big Sean releases a new song off Hall Of Fame called "Fire" (click here for the CDQ/dirty). This sounds like a fitting intro track and is the one *Tibs Fav. of the bunch.
DJ Khaled's proposal publicity stunt comes full circle with the release of his new single "I Wanna Be With You" featuring the fiance he was fiending for, Nicki Minaj, along with Future & Rick Ross. Ms. Minaj does her thing.
Rick Ross drops a new solo track himself "I Wonder Why", sampling testimonial from Rachel Jeantiel in the Trayvon Martin trial.
And rounding out the fun today was R. Kelly & 2 Chainz, who as you'd might expect, have some fun on this new Kellz single "My Story".
Be sure not to sleep on all of today's new releases and browse our category pages above. As with everyday here on Gowhere, there's plenty of dope new Chicago, independent, and user-submitted music that you may like as much as the big new singles above.
So this is what the proposal was about apparently... lame. But it is DJ Khaled's new star-laden single "I Wanna Be With You" that Nicki shines on with a flow you gotta hand her is pretty dope. Off Suffering From Success, out September 24th.
I was reeled in from the intro where Rozay clearly states he's all about the money in favor of Instagram selfies. All jokes aside, Ross brings the intensity over an ominous Beat Billionaire-produced track that samples testimonial from Rachel Jeantiel, Trayvon Martin's friend who last saw him. The Trayvon sentiment makes this an intriguing listen, even for the non-Ross fan. What do you all think?
DJ Khaled "No New Friends" f/ Drake, Rick Ross, & Lil Wayne [Music Video]
off the upcoming album, 'Suffering From Success'
The "No New Friends" video has hit the interwebs after premiering on the MTV networks this morning. The big question: how does Drake's DaDa fashion come across in the video? Does the "May 15 1996" VHS style overlay make a difference? (Naw.) It's kind of odd how scenes were both current and from 1996 (when none of them knew each other). I get what they were trying to do, but I think it falls a little short. What do you think of the Colin Tilley-directed visual?