Songs of the Week featuring Chance the Rapper, The Weeknd, Tyga & More !!!

BY TER STAFF

Photo by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration

Photo by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration

The best and brightest of this past week in music, as well as a throwback track! Hopefully you can bump these on the way to work to brighten up your Monday mornings! Make sure to check out our SoundCloud page where we post all the songs of the week.

‘No Better Blues’ is Chance the Rapper’s new collaboration with The Social Experiment (a producer group comprised of Nico Segal, Nate Fox, and Peter CottonTale) and showcases Chance’s more dark and cynical side, but a quality track none-the-less.

Here The Weeknd took his track ‘Often‘, and recruited SchoolBoy Q and Rick Ross to hop on the remix. The features definitely add to an already great song.

Last week we posted about how Tyga may be leaving YMCMB, and days later they released his next single released on iTunes. This one is produced by Kanye West and the legendary Mike Dead.

Jessie Ware shared this unreleased track with fan just days ago. ’12’, produced by Salva, is one of the songs that did not make the final cut for the singers upcoming sophmore album.

Jaden Smith has bars, and the world is quickly taking notice. Fast is one of the recent tracks Jaden shared with everyone to showcase just that. If you haven’t already, take a listen, and get ready to be impressed.

Martin Garrix and MOTi released their collaborative track Virus, about a month ago. Now it is really starting to gain steam, and don’t expect it to slow down, especially since Garrix just ranked 4th (jumping 36 spots from last year) on the DJ Mag Top 100 list.

 

THROWBACK

With fall getting colder and winter already approaching in some areas, why not remind us of that with a classic Ludacris track. Cold Outside, easily has to go down as one of Ludacris’ best B-side tracks that is truly under appreciate. Ever since his guest verse on Justin Bieber’s ‘Baby’ we may never get back the old Ludacris, but we still have a catalog of classic albums to play every now and then.

 

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