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dark sky paradise

The buzz for Big Sean’s third album Dark Sky Paradise is skyrocketing. After releasing ‘Blessings‘ featuring Drake and then another version featuring both Drizzy and Kanye, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper has unveiled the official artwork and track list for the album. There are 12 songs on the standard edition while the deluxe gets 3 extra tracks.

Interestingly, as per the iTunes pre-order, Kanye appears on two new tracks titled ‘All Your Fault’ and ‘One Man Can Change the World’ which also has John Legend, while ‘Blessings’ only features Drake. Other guests include E-40, Chris Brown, Ty Dolla Sign, Jhene Aiko, PARTYNEXTDOOR and Ariana Grande. In stores February 24.



Mack Maine isn’t going to let the current fued between Lil Wayne and Cash Money stop him from doing his own thing. He’s back today with Skip and Holly from his own Hollygrove for ‘P*ssy Whipped’. Stay tuned for Food 4 Thought.

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French Montana’s The Appetizer EP still has us a little hungry for Mac & Cheese 4 but here’s a little more with the video for track 2, ‘Poison.’ Rockstar lifestyle and nope, this is NSFW. Watch below.

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Ne-Yo celebrates the release of Non-Fiction with a big remix to ‘She Knows‘ which originally featured just Juicy J. He grabs Trey Songz, The-Dream and even uses the verse from T-Pain’s version which he dropped in November. Listen to the revamped record below and a couple of bonus songs from the LP here.


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Ne-Yo’s new album Non-Fiction is in stores now and going by the early spins for me, I think this might be one of his best ones yet. The LP, which is on course to sell 35-40k copies (Sales Plus Streams) in the first week comes with a Target Special edition which features two bonus songs — ‘Worth It’ and ‘Body On You’. Add them into your playlist right now.


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Chance The Rapper and his band The Social Experiment are gracing the cover of The FADER’s 96th issue. For the cover story, writer Andrew Nosnitsky traveled to Chance The Rapper’s rented home in L.A. to know why the 21 year old has given up solo fame to collaborate with The Social Experiment so early in his career. Read the full story here.

On Chance’s mysterious role on Surf:
If they only wanna listen to the songs with Chance The Rapper, they’re gonna have to listen to the whole project cover-to-cover because I’m not gonna tell them which songs [he’s on]. The important thing is just to listen. Listen to the music, then send it to your grandma. – Donnie Trumpet, The Social Experiment

On Chance’s rumored collaboration with James Blake:
In late 2013, the pair announced plans to move into a house and record a collaborative album, though Chance admits the idea fizzled out at the last moment for reasons he himself seems unclear about.

On what it’s like to be in a band with Chance:
The most incredible thing is that Chance is so open to whatever everyone else thinks. He’s willing to put in all of his resources, all of his cards, everything on the table to make it work. – Nate Fox, The Social Experiment