VIBE's Daily Additions to the 'Pod
1. Prodigy – "Give Em Hell"
The producer-artist synergy is strong in this one. Definitely don't sleep on Albert Einstein when that drops this year.
2. Boston George (feat. Meek Mill & Kirko Bangz) - "Molly"
It's crazy to think of how far this drug has gone into hip-hop. This track further advocates "Molly-rap" becoming an official music category. Smh.
3. PJ Morton (feat. Stevie Wonder) – "Only One"
When bringing Sir Stevie in the mix, the only way to come is correct. Luckily, "Only One" is a smooth number that puts you in the mind of R&B's heyday. Plus, that classic harmonica breakdown brings everything together perfectly.
4. The Airplane Boys - "Her Fault"
The use of different sounds on "Her Fault" make it obvious that the real magic is happening in the production. Overall, this is an interesting record, sonically.
5. Emilio Rojas - "Nobody Fucking With Me"
While this may be your typical boastful street cut, Emilio's delivery, bar-for-bar, makes it sound pretty dope. Definitely respect-worthy.