Easily one of the hottest songs of the summer, “Wishing” now has a remix. The original cut from DJ Drama’s recent album featured Chris Brown, Skeme and Lyquin. This time around, Drama recruited Fabolous, Jhene Aiko, Tory Lanez and Trey Songz. Fab is no stranger to killing and R&B feature, Tory and Trey have proven their
Kanye is a production wizard. He has an ear like no other and that’s been echoed for years across the industry. Production new comer, Wondagurl has been making strides with showing off her skills and her recent offering comes in the form of a remix to “Saint Pablo”. The track is an addition to Kanye’s
Last week, Eric Bellinger released “Spare Time” and I KNOW I posted about it. Until I found it in the drafts folder, *shaking my head*. Anyway, he returns with the remix featuring Wale, the “MMGenius”. Luckily, for those that haven’t heard it, Eric didn’t change his verses at all so you get to hear him
We’re low-key praying for new music from SZA, and seeing that A is delayed, something new is appreciated. It’s something about her voice that’s simply undeniable. As we continue to wait for her final installment of her introductory trilogy, TDE’s first lady gives us “twoAM”. The new offering is a cover of PARTYNEXTDOOR’s “Come And
So a few months back I gave you all forewarning that Chris Brown would be releasing three remixes of Royalty‘s standout single “Back To Sleep”. The first of three featured Zayn and Usher, for those that haven’t heard it. The next installment features the likes of August Alsina, Miguel, and Trey Songz. Of the two,
Skrillex directs his first video with his remix of “Show Me Love” by Hundred Waters. The remix features Moses Sumney, Robin Hannibal and Chance The Rapper. This has the making for an awesome summer jam, and the video could easily breathe life into a Pepsi or Coke summer campaign. Enjoy the tunes, Dreamr.
I’m not big on listening to the radio because it’s always the same songs playing. Ironically, one of those songs is “Here” by Alessia Cara. Cara, alongside her fellow Canadians (Drake, Tory Lanez and The Weeknd), has been holding down the radio rotation for a while now. Similar to Yo Gotti’s reign with “Down In
Who would’ve thought this was coming? Last night on OVO Sound Radio, October Firm (Drake and Oliver) released some new music and in that mix we received a “March Madness” track featuring none other than God’s son, Nas. The rap legend reminds the masses that he can convey any message at any time with mixed