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JT is having a hell of a year and it’s seems like he wants to finish the year with a bang by recruiting J. Cole, A$AP Rocky & Pusha T for the official remix of his radio hit TKO. Seems like J.Cole has some things to get off his chest, TKO Remix, The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2) out now.
Big Sean recruits The Bawse Rick Ross and Travi$ Scott for the official remix of the stand out track 10210, Hall of Fame in stores now.
Kaytranada takes a trip down memory lane and visits one of Common’s tracks off his now considered classic Finding Forever. I Want You features a whole new sound with the same dope hook and Common’s verses, very nice work from Kaytranada and fits perfect with how music sounds today.
Everything Rozay touches these days is hot, this time he fittingly jumps on Lorde’s hit single Royals and drops a few dope bars. Mastermind in stores December 17th. Continue reading “Lorde Feat. Rick Ross – Royals [Rozay Remix]” »
It’s been awhile since French previewed this remix in a studio session and today we finally get to hear the final version of the remix of Ain’t Worried About Nothin’ featuring a verse from Miley Cyrus. Let the internet go crazy, Excuse My French in stores now.
Drake and Rick Ross team up once again, this time for Drake’s hit single Hold On We’re Going Home off his latest album Nothing Was The Same. Rick Ross is scheduled to release his upcoming album Mastermind December 17.
To celebrate the announcement of Wiley’s first ever show in NYC at Santos on September 25th, Alex and Closed Sessions let loose a remix of Jersey & Loafers with Vic Mensa on it and Force One Seven on the beat. Take a listen below and give it a download. Tickets for the NYC show on-sale now, grab them here: tktwb.tw/15Tlzlc.
Producer Exile flips Kanye’s I Am God to create MPC God as he smacks the MPC on this new remix. Exile will be releasing a new beat tape Zip Disks and Floppies on August 20th, be on the lookout.
Hit-Boy is on a roll this Monday, fresh off releasing his New Chains video he releases a remix to Hova’s SomeWhereInAmerica which he produced and adds a verse from Chicago’s own Rockie Fresh.
Mano continues his series of remixes and this time he decides to put his touch on Kanye’s Hold My Liquor track off his latest album Yeezus.