Finally B.Slade has published some of his current music on Youtube, and here is just a glimpse of his masterpiece. BSlade is such a genius when it comes to his vocals arrangement and melodies, in this song he brings us cool sophisticated Jazz, which is just 1/8 of what he can do amongst Gospel, R&B, Pop, Soul and so much more.
In this song and in every song he has ever done BSlade paints your ears with his vocal abilities, range, skill and uniqueness. He sang all the parts on this (and every) track from top soprano to low bass. His talent is too much to keep to oneself.
This song comes from his current LP ‘Brilliant Catastrophe Beta’ which is a masterpiece work from a genius displaying so much of his work! Listen to him and all his work you won’t be let down!
Building up to the release of Wale’s album Ambition people have been building the hype about the album for a while now and this song has been on everyone’s lips, especially their Twitter Timeline.
This track right here is a great song showing the classic Wale as well as his new style of rapping and content. Miguel also did well with vocals, as per usual. I love the ‘ah ah ah eh eh eh eh ah’ harmony in the background and Wales word play!
Hopefully this album does well and gives Wale the recognition and success he deserves because he has tried!
Talk about Summer Hip Hop vibes….This is a good track to release to start the summer and ones debut album! This track allows Cole to have some mainstream and commercial success as well as allow him to be himself and original as a Hip Hop artist!
Bringing 90s Hip Hop party feeling with a twist, allowing it be mainstream! Sampling Kanye West’s New Workout Plan and Paula Abdul’s Straight Up allowing their blends to be able to twist with his rap voice and singing vocals!
I’m sure this guy isn’t a one hit wonder and will be here for a while, so hopefully he can bring Hip Hop back to the place it should be at!
This is Drakes new tune for his new album Take Care, possibly the first single.
The song, as per usual for Drake tunes, has a simple deep, yet it’s still effective and hard hitting, and will get anyone move to it.
His lyrics create the story of him calling a girl and confessing his love for her! =D! As @coleridgeandchanel (Jasmine) said ‘I never knew guys made these calls’ I like the fact he did that because it just creates the realistic side of men, that real men can confess their emotions, but it was just weird coming from Drake…. Trey Songz yes.
The song to me has the good blend of R&B and Hip Hop, with the vocals as well as the hard bars. If Drakes’ next album comes with songs like this then we might be getting the Drake we knew before his debut.