Get based and familiar with Beau Young (formally known as Young Prince). This eerie and bass heavy track reminds me of Tyler from Odd Future’s work, yet it’s created by Beau himself. This guy does it all and it’s apparent in this track considering he wrote the verses, made the beat, and rapped over it. Beau is now in the process of putting together a mini college tour and mastering 3 different mixtapes! So listen up an download because this is not the last you will be seeing from Beau Young on Suburban 17. Keep up by liking him on Facebook and following him on Twitter.
Eddy B & Tim Gunter have complete Insomniac Dreams which is set to release October 17th. “All Alone” is the second single for this upcoming mixtape. Tim took on the production sampling “Push” by Milosh and Edrick spit some heat about his story rising to the top as a rapper. So listen, download, and be sure to check out Insomniac Dreams October 17th!
Visuals for lead single “Headlines” off sophomore album, Take Care, are here. This LP will be released on Drizzy’s golden birthday, the 24th of October. Sidenote: Maybe that’s the reason Drake is decked out and surrounded by gold for the cover art. In this video Drake takes viewers on a journey through his hometown of Toronto, Canada and shows how the OVOXO crew is taking the city back. These dope visuals were directed by Lamar Taylor & Hyghly Alleyne.
Sperry Gang’s back. I don’t know about y’all but I’ve missed Split Second in my Itunes. Dougie P samples “Love Deluxe” by the Cinnamon Clusters for the production of this track. While J Jaxx and Xcel spit some verses about life in the summer, girls, and good times. My only question is why is this being released at the beginning of Fall? This should have been a Summer anthem! Good thing I live in far enough South where the season of Fall doesn’t exist. You will find me blasting this track poolside with a drink in hand come Friday. All you northerners feel free to join.
First listening to this remix, I was at a loss for words. I didn’t know whether Abel (also known as The Weeknd) included his own vocals or not. After light research, I found The Weeknd just produced this strong anthem into a downbeat, dark, and crawling tune. With that being said, it’s pretty genius that Abel was able to make Florence & The Machine’s vocals sound somewhat like his own. Grab this bonus track on Florence & The Machines new album Ceremonials expected out October 2nd or the radio rip is located below.
Finally! A single for B.o.B’s sophomore album that I have yet to hear a title or date on. B.o.B is one of my favorite rappers taking on this pop/rocker phase to make hits. So it only makes sense that Bobby Ray collaborates with Lil Wayne after his pop/rock inspired hit single “How To Love”. Dr. Luke, who also made “Airplanes” and “Nothin’ On You”, cooked up this dark yet catchy beat for Mr. Bobby Ray. Cop this track if you know what’s good for you!