Zac Brown, Ben Simonetti and Niko Moon have come together to release the debut self-titled album from Sir Rosevelt. Sir Rosevelt is a new addition to Brown’s musical world, a natural progression of his musical palate as an artist. Fans are not losing Zac Brown Band, they’re gaining Sir Rosevelt. Combining the talents of Brown, Moon and Simonetti, their new self-titled album is a mix of pop, dance, acoustic instrumentation and southern sensibility. “To me, that’s what makes a real artist – It’s natural to want to create music that’s similar to what we like to listen to,” Brown says. “[Sir Rosevelt] has become the outlet we have for everything outside of the homegrown roots of ZBB. I have no plan to abandon everything that we’ve ever done, but there are literally millions of different sounds out there, it’s like different colors to paint with.”
Following the release of fan favorite mixtapes Out My Feelings In My Past, Thug Talk, and Bleek Mode (Thug In Piece Lil Bleek), he builds his biggest, brashest, and boldest statement to date and first double-disc, Boopac. With the 25-track opus, he doesn’t just walk again; he runs towards a throne that’s been waiting for him all along over the past two decades. “Once again, Boopac is another story,” he exclaims. “It’s my crazy life and what I’ve been going through the past couple of years with everything and cancer. I felt like I could fight the system, and I could fight this. I did it because of God. My auntie had just died from cancer. My uncle had died from cancer too. I wasn’t going to. I grabbed my realest and deepest songs. It’s one of those records, you listen to and let roll. You don’t have to press fast forward once. By me saying Boopac, that’s some cocky ass shit,” he laughs. “It’s going to open up people’s eyes. This is going to solidify greatness. I promise you…Motherfuckers who doubted me will see.”
For 24 years, two letters say it all, “Wu.” The nine-man outfit of the Wu-Tang Clan has paved a way for literally hundreds of artists in Hip Hop. There have been classic and platinum albums like the group’s 1993 debut, or Ghostface Killah's Supreme Clientele, and there have been quieter releases that flew under the radar of even the most core fans. The Wu-Tang Clan is an American hip hop group from Staten Island, New York City, originally composed of East Coast rappers RZA, GZA, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God and Masta Killa. The Clan, has reunited for an early October album release this year, titled “Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues” via eOne Entertainment. The single titled, “People Say” feat Red Man, will blow fans away. This all new collection will bring excitement to true Hip Hop fans and potential fans. It will take them on a true Wu expedition.
BEACH HOUSE 3 has been featured in several fall previews including Entertainment Weekly, Billboard and The Los Angeles Times, who credited Ty for helping "redefine L.A. radio with melodic hooks and his lush, hedonistic blend of R&B and rap."
BEACH HOUSE 3 is the follow-up to the California bred superstar's critically acclaimed debut album FREE TC.
GEMINI marks Macklemore’s first solo project in 12 years, following two releases with producer Ryan Lewis including the multiple-GRAMMY award winning album The Heist and 2016 release This Unruly Mess I’ve Made (featuring Platinum-certified single "Downtown"). Collectively Macklemore’s music videos have been viewed over 2 billion times and he is one of only two rappers to have a Diamond-certified single. The viral video for current hit single “Glorious” feat. Skylar Grey starring Macklemore’s 100 year old grandmother garnered over 30 million views in less than a month, while the video for “Marmalade” feat. Lil Yachty starring a Mini Macklemore and a Lil Lil Yachty was viewed over 11 million times in less than a week. “Glorious” continues to climb the charts, Top 40 radio, Billboard’s Hot 100, Spotify’s Global Top 50, racking up 2 million streams a day. In the past year, the Seattle rapper released two solo songs “Wednesday Morning” and “Drug Dealer,” performed on Ellen and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, was featured in an MTV special with President Obama about the opioid epidemic in America and was the first US citizen ever to participate in the Presidential Weekly Address.
Newest installment in the popular Tech N9ne Collabos series, Strange Reign is also the name of his upcoming tour so all eyes will be on Tech N9ne. Featuring your favorite Strange artists - including Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, Rittz, Stevie Stone, ¡Mayday!, Ces Cru, MURS, Mackenzie Nicole, Above Waves, JL, Darrein Safron, Prozak - Strange Reign proves that the kingdom of Tech N9ne and Strange Music is THE dominate ruling force in music. Deluxe Edition is a 2CD set with five extra bonus tracks on second disc.
All Things Work Together is the new and highly anticipated album from Lecrae. The 14 track album balances profound introspection with cunning social critique. Lecrae's affecting reconciliation towards hope rises to the height of his verbal gifts on All Things Work Together. This is an artist in command of both firepower and nuance, fearlessly transforming his message into an uplifting soundtrack of healing-through-pain.
The album includes the previously released hits "Blessings" featuring Ty Dolla $ign, and the powerful "I'll Find You" featuring Tori Kelly. Other tracks include the album's insightful opener "Always Knew," the prophetic "8:28", and "Watchu Mean" featuring Reach Records protégé Aha Gazelle.
On All Things Work Together, Lecrae also enlisted a cast of multiple award winning producers, acclaimed guest artists, and impressive up-and-comers for the diverse effort, including Metro Boomin', who produced the single "Hammer Time" featuring 1K Phew.
In describing his vision for All Things Work Together, Lecrae explains: "It's a journey through chaos and hope and brokenness and blessing. When you're in the middle of the chaos, you can come to realize that it is shaping you, creating endurance. It's knowing that the struggle can bring about a richness in character beyond all wealth. Part of the DNA of this album is the realization that all things do work together to make you into the person that you need to be."
The legendary Wu-Tang Clan is among the most successful and influential groups in hip-hop history. As one of the nine original members, Masta Killa has been an important part of the Wu-Tang legacy since the group's debut in 1993. He's contributed verses to countless Wu classics ("Glaciers Of Ice", "Winter Warz", "Triumph", "Duel Of The Iron Mic", "Wu Banga 101"), released three critically acclaimed solo albums, and always remained true to the core Clan aesthetic: razor-sharp wisdom over dusty, soulful production. Now, Masta Killa is back with Loyalty Is Royalty. The highly-anticipated project boasts an impressive list of guest appearances, including Method Man, Redman, KXNG Crooked, Sean Price, RZA, GZA, Prodigy, Inspectah Deck, Cappadonna, and others. As fate would have it, two of those MCs have since passed away, making their contributions particularly special. "All praises due to the memories of Sean Price and Prodigy of Mobb Deep," says MK. "Two hip hop legends." With production handled by the likes of 9th Wonder, Illmind, P.F. Cuttin, RZA, True Master, and Dame Grease, Loyalty Is Royalty delivers the kind of classic hip-hop experience fans have come to expect from Masta Killa.
2017 release. After the untimely passing of his partner Sean Price in 2015, Rock, of legendary Brooklyn hip-hop duo Heltah Skeltah, releases his first ever solo album, Rockness A.P. (After Price). Featuring appearances from fellow Boot Camp Clik alums, Buckshot, Tek & Steele (Smif-n-Wessun) Wu-tang Clans's Raekwon, Method Man and Inspectah Deck, Kuniva (D12), Young Noble (The Outlawz), Ras Kass, Ron Browz and M.O.P.
Cunninlynguists are back with their first studio album since 2011's Oneirology & first release since 2014's Strange Journey Volume Three. Deacon The Villain, Natti & Kno are pleased to announce "Rose Azura Nijano". The 12 song album is predominantly produced by Kno with all additional production by Deacon The Villain.