French Montana’s “Don’t Panic” Gets The Remix Treatment
French Montana’s DJ Mustardproduced “Don’t Panic” single is picking up a significant buzz. Its bouncy and something that is perfect for the clubs, no matter what coast you’re on. The New York rapper takes it up a notch and give it a push with the release of the official remix featuring fellow Coke BoyChinx. The single powers Montana’s upcoming album, Mac & Cheese 4, which will feature guest appearances from super heavyweights Kanye West and Rick Ross.
Sam Smith Enlists A$AP Rocky For The Official “I’m Not The Only One” Remix
British soul singer Sam Smith has made quite a name for himself in recent years. Ever since his infamous feature on Disclosure’s smash single “Latch”, Smith has taken advantage of the exposure and his recently released album In The Lonely Hour has been widely applauded. The official remix to his latest single “I’m Not The Only One” (a fitting title) is out and it features none other than Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky. Although it is a somewhat unexpected collaboration, Rocky adds a nice touch to the track as he uses a Kanye inspired flow to rap about life’s ills ranging from issues with women to his drug habits. The combination of Smith’s voice and Rocky’s smooth delivery on the slowed down version of the original beat proves to be quite effective.
Rick Ross Enlists Stalley, Gunplay, and Killer Mike For The “Black & White” Remix
Rick Ross has called on some of his MMG partners for the remix of “Black & White”. Originally appearing on Ross’s latest album Mastermind, the track is enhanced with verses from Stalley, Gunplay, as well as Atlanta rapper Killer Mike. While the MMG artists offer solid contributions, it is Killer Mike who really shines as he speaks on current racial issues that directly relate to the theme of the track. Sometimes Rozay can be hit or miss when it comes to his remixes, but this one makes total sense. Whether you were a fan of Mastermind or not, we advise that you check out this out.
Jeezy Recruits Kendrick Lamar To Catch “The Holy Ghost” On His Latest Remix
Kendrick Lamar seems to catch the holy ghost every time he features on a track. Therefore, it is fitting that Jeezy has recruited K Dot to appear on the remix of his song aptly titled “Holy Ghost”. The original track is included on Jeezy’s newest album Seen It All and while the project is full of gems, there is no denying that Kendrick’s verse on this remix levitates it to another level. The Compton emcee expertly uses his fiery flow per usual, and Kendrick fans can rejoice in hearing the second superb verse we’ve heard from him within the last 48 hours. It seems like ages ago since Jeezy and Kendrick first linked up on “Westside, Right On Time”, but we’re glad these two are continuing to work together. Continue Reading →
Kevin Gates & Rich Homie Quan Join Young Scooter For “Drugs (Remix)”
Young Scooter enlists Kevin Gates and Rich Homie Quan for the “Drugs (Remix),” produced by HITP favorites Chophouze. The original version, lifted off the excellent 80s Babyfeatures Young Thug.
On the revamped version, the talented duo of Gates and Quan provide to be more than a substitute for Thugger Thugger. After Scooter opens the track up with a new and refreshing verse, Gates kicks in with yet another standout performance. He continues to reveal personal details such as being locked up when his daughter learned to walk. Unfortunately, we don’t get a verse from Quan, but he does his thing on the hook, adding some sing-songish lyrics and backing up Scooter’s already catchy hook work.