#MusicStillMatters New Music: Fetty Wap Ft. Monty – Way You Are (King Zoo)

Fetty Wap continues to give the world new music with his new song “Why You Are (King Zoo)” featuring fellow NJ rapper Monty. Zoo Wop sticks to formula on this one, with his auto tuned R&B vocals mixed in with trappy sounding beats. Could this release be a sign of things to come in regards to a new album. We’ll wait and see. For now, listen to the new song below by downloading the DJ Funk Flex App for iOS & Android for free.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: PnB Rock ft. Lil Durk & Lud Foe – 88

PnB Rock is gearing up to drop his debut album “GTTM: Goin Thru The Motions” on January 13th. So far he has dropped 3 singles in support of the project, which includes the lead single “Selfish,” “Playa No More” featuring A Boogie wit da Hoodie & Quavo, and “New Day.” He keeps his momentum going and releases his new track “88” featuring Chicago spitters Lil Durk and Lud Foe. On the song, PnB rock pays homage to 1988 and raps about why he wish he grew up in that time period. It doesn’t look like “88” is going to land on his upcoming album, but it could end up being a bonus track. Listen to the track below.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: Hocus 45th – Dollar Dollar Bill

Hocus 45th is a new spitter coming out of The Bronx, specifically the Castle Hill section. Check out his new record being played on Hot 97, “Dollar Dollar Bill”.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: HoodCelebrityy – Cut Them Off

You may have heard about or seen HoodCelebrityy around with Cardi B. The Bronx native gets in touch with her Caribbean roots in her latest song “Cut Them Off”, in which she touches on steering clear of phony people in her way.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: N.O.R.E. Ft. Young Reallie & City Boy Dee – Issues

N.O.R.E. has been on his media game heavy over the past year, but he still manages to liberate new music every now and then, premiering them on his podcast, Drink Champs. Earlier this year, we heard the Queens rapper come at competitors such as Elliot Wilson and Combat Jack on “Moguls/Petty”. This time around he gathered up the home team for the making of “Issues”, which focuses on the haters mad at N.O.R.E.’s newfound success.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: Jefe (Shy Glizzy) – One

The artist formally known as Washington D.C. rapper Shy Glizzy is changing his rap name to one of his popular nicknames Jefe. He brings in the new year’s name change with a new track produced by Zaytoven called “One.” He’s also dropping a new project at the end of the week. Listen to the new song below by downloading the DJ Funk Flex App for iOS & Android for free.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: Duke Ft. Wiz Khalifa & Dave East – Billboard

YSL’s own Duke connects with Wiz Khalifa & Harlem’s Dave East for his new record “Billboard.” This record pays tribute to the hilarious “Hollyweed” prank on the famous LA sign the other day. Listen to the new track below by downloading the DJ Funk Flex App for iOS & Android for free.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: Chris Brown Ft. Young Lo & Young Blacc – 500 Wayz

Last week we heard Chris Brown get to some bars along with Trey Songz and Young Thug on “Dat Night”. The R&B singer continues rapping, this time a bit more aggressive, on “500 Wayz”. The song consists of a west coast-style beat and features Young Lo and Young Blacc.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: Wale Ft. Phil Ade – Smile

Wale is always showing love to his hometown of DC, therefore it’s only right for him to kick off the year collaborating with an artist from the DMV. Listen to Wale and Phil Ade start 2017 on a positive vibe in their latest release, “Smile”.


#MusicStillMatters New Music: Jim Jones Ft. Jaquae & Fred The Godson – Mirror Mirror

Lately we’ve been seeing Juelz Santana make a comeback, releasing new music every week. Looks like Jim Jones is prepping to start making similar moves. The Harlem rapper got the ball rolling some weeks ago when he dropped “Gigabytes”. Today Jones follows up with “Mirror Mirror”, keeping it very New York with Jaquae and Fred The Godson on the track.


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