The Review (6/4-6/10)


We all have a little bit of the devil in us, but those eyes lead me to believe I have a bit more than most. Another week filled with some great new music, here you go:

Three new tracks from or featuring Drake, including “4PM in Calabasas”

Last Saturday, Drake hosted a show on his OVO Sound radio and let loose three new tracks. The best one is his latest installment in the “AM/PM in…” series. He takes some shots at Diddy and Joe Budden while creating another smooth jam. The other two songs were a Justin Bieber remix of “One Dance” and a Gucci Mane track featuring Drake on the hook called “Back on Road.”

DMX and Styles P team up and destroy this new track

DMX gave it to us again with this new hard track called “Still Scratching.” Both artists bring their A game here. WARNING: don’t listen to this if you can’t handle hardcore music…bitch.

Another fire Nipsey Hussle track hits the net

Nipsey Hussle has been releasing new music weekly since May and thus, has seen many features on this list. Another one this week as he teams up with Kirko Bangz for this g-funk esque song about being great. Keep the good music coming, Nipsey.

Dizzy Wright keeps up his strong 2016 with lead single off “The 702 EP”

Dizzy Wright has had a great year so far, releasing one of the best bodies of work this year in his “Wisdom and Good Vibes EP.” Now, he is prepping another EP and gave us the lead single, an anthem for his city, this week. Love this guy’s music and look forward to more to come.

Snoop Dogg drops off his second single before new album

Teaming up with frequent collaborator Wiz Khalifa, Snoop released “Kush Ups” this week in preparation for his album, which drops July 1. As you can expect, the two drop verses centered around smoking dope over a beat that sounds influenced by music from India.

It’s the 4th quarter and Ace Hood delivers

“Starvation V” is on the way and Ace is back with that ridiculous flow of his. “4th Quarter” features a stoopid beat and some more clever wordplay form the underrated Ace Hood.

MMG’s “Self Made Vol. 4” is on the way

The fourth installment of MMG’s “Self Made” album series is coming soon and head honcho Rick Ross dropped off the lead single featuring himself, Meek Mill, and Wale. “Make it Work” is a decent song, but ultimately nothing special. It’s what we’ve come to expect from Ross and his crew. That said, I’m sure this album will have a few really good songs on it, seeing as how the last three did.

Speaking of MMG, artist Wale drops “Her Wave”

Wale keeps it smooth and simple with his latest track. “Her Wave” is a soft, melancholic love song in which he expresses his desire to get with this IG model, but he won’t give her his love, cuz that ain’t for free. New album SHINE on the way.

Lil Wayne provides some inspiration for the Cavs

Lil Wayne is an avid sports fan and often displays this in his music. He’s made songs about Kobe, Michael Phelps, and the Green Bay Packers just to name a few. Now, he has given the 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers a new anthem for their championship quest entitled “Off Off Off.” Whether you’re rooting for the Cavs or Warriors, this is still a good song from a legendary artist.

Usher is back with two new songs this week

Usher dropped two songs this week, one on TIDAL and one on Spotify. So, I give you “Crash” (the Spotify one). Classic Usher killing it again. I dig this song a lot. The other song is called “No Limit” and features Young Thug if you’d like to check that one out as well.

That about does it for me. G-Eazy and Jeremih also dropped a new record called “Saw it Coming” off the upcoming Ghostbusters soundtrack, Nick Jonas released his new album “Last Year Was Complicated,” and Teej already covered Jon Bellion’s “The Human Condition.” Please, make sure you give that a listen. It is very good. Have a great week people. I’ll be back whit more jams next week.

G Baby


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