The Neighbourhood: Scary Love

The Neighbourhood is back with a self-titled album that shows the band delving deep into their dark pop sound. “Scary Love” is one of the new tracks from the record and has the band exploring the 80’s pop aesthetic. Check it out below.

Anderson. Paak: Till It’s Over

Anderson. Paak dropped “Till It’s Over,” a remarkable song that was used in an Apple Commercial. The track is most eclectic to date with its dreamy sound. Check it out below.

Beach House: Dive

Beach House have returned with their second new single “Dive.” The track has the band going in a more aggressive direction than their previous works. Check it out below.

Special Explosion: Perfect Song

Special Explosion released their debut album To Infinity last year. “Perfect Song” is one of the best songs from the record with its melancholy sound. Check it out below.

RS #496 Bozz Scaggs: I’ll Be Long Gone

I am returning to my goal of last year to listen to all of Rolling Stone’s Greatest Album list and posting my favorite song from each album. Next up is “I’ll Be Long Gone” from Bozz Scaggs self-titled album. The soulful blues song has Bozz singing his heart out. Check it out below.

Offset: Ric Flair Drip

Offset grabs Ric Flair for the trap banger music video “Ric Flair Drip. Check it out below.

PRhyme: Rock It

The stellar duo of Royce da 5’9 and DJ Premier are set to drop their second album soon and have been releasing several singles including “Rock It.” Royce goes in on the Preemo beat and shows why he is a rapper to not be messed with. Check it out below.

Nipsey Hussle: Hussle and Motivate

Nipsey Hussle has been waiting a long time to drop his debut album Victory Lap, and “Hussle and Motivate” shows just how worth the wait is. In the music video, Nipsey rides in a getaway car steered by Lauren London. Check it out below.

Joyner Lucas and Chris Brown: Stranger Things

Last year was a big year for both Joyner Lucas and Chris Brown. Joyner dropped several memorable tracks and remixes, whereas Chris Brown released a new album. On “Stranger Things” the two artists team up and provide a hilarious video to match. Check it out below.

Logic: 44 More

Logic returns with a trap-inspired new single “44 More.” The rapper lets loose with rapid fire bars. Check it out below.