Singer/songwriter and Philly native RoseMary Fiki returns with the high energy A.R.T. produced new single “I Got It”. After hearing this song in studio form, it’s easy to see why Fiki was one of the standout performances at this year’s XPNFest. Listen to “I Got It” below and share your comments and/or ratings.
Fabian Secon and Kevin Clarke collaborate on the Fabian and Lucas Secon produced single “Looking For The Old Me”. Taken from the upcoming debut EP Don’t Disturb, the record is about soul searching for the person he was when he and a lover first met, combating the inevitable complacency in relationships. A mutual appreciation between Secon and Clarke led to the creation of “Looking for The Old Me”, and Fabian’s raw warm tone contrasts well with Kevin’s airy, floaty, delivery. Listen below and share your comments and/or ratings.
One of my personal favorite singer/songwriters Iman Europe returns with the brand new single “the devil be tryin'”. Produced by Tesk, the production alone is enough to make the rewind factor on this one high, however it’s Europe’s lyrics and vocals that carry the vibe of the song to flawlessness. Listen to “the devil be tryin'” below and share your comments and/or ratings.
Mac Miller and the constantly impressive Anderson .Paak connect for the new single “Dang!”. Produced by Pomo, this song is set to appear on Miller’s upcoming project The Divine Feminine. Pomo’s production on this one has such a groove to it that I’m convinced that if you don’t bounce to this you have no soul. Listen below and share your comments and/or ratings. Click here to pre-order The Divine Feminine.
Consequence connects with Ty Dolla Sign and G-Unit’s Tony Yayo for the brand new single “Ask Somebody”. Cons self produced the track, which borrows the “Seven Minutes of Funk” sample previously used by EPMD, Jay-Z and Tha Alkaholiks. “Ask Somebody” follows the release of his project A Good Comeback Story, and he is gearing up for Growing Up In New York, his second EP of the year. Along with Yayo and Ty Growing Up is slated to feature XXL Freshman nominee, his son, Caiden, Royce Da 5’9” and more. Look for Growing Up In New York coming your way on Aug. 19th. Listen below and share your comments and/or ratings.