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Demond Price, known professionally as Conway The Machine, is an American rapper from Buffalo, New York. He was a member of Griselda Records along with his paternal half-brother Westside Gunn and cousin Benny The Butcher. On February 21, 2022, Price announced his departure from Griselda Records. He recently released the album “Won’t He Do It.”
Singer/songwriter Acantha Lang returns with her new single “Come Back Home.” The song is brilliantly produced with the kind of full-bodied arrangement that recalls classic Stax Records of the 70’s. The song is taken from her forthcoming debut album “Beautiful Dreams”, due out this summer. Enjoy.
Baby Keem and Kendrick Lamar have returned with new music. Yesterday, the duo released a VHS style visual for their latest collaboration, “The Hillbilles”, which shows outtakes from their time on tour together and features a cameo appearance from Tyler, the Creator. Produced by Evilgiane, the West Coast duo perform their best ping-pong impression over the 2020 Bon Iver sampled “PDLIF.” Going back and forth, Keem and Lamar take heavy swings, aiming for pure demolition. Directed by Neal Farmer, Keem and Lamar clown around on a private jet, a shopping mall and later outside Dodger Stadium with Tyler, the Creator. “The Hillbillies” is the latest reunion between Keem and Lamar, who previously joined forces on the singles “Range Brothers” and “Family Ties.” Both tracks appear on Keem’s 2021 effort, “The Melodic Blue.” For Lamar, this is his second verse in the same number of weeks after appearing on Beyonce’s “America Has A Problem (Remix).” The surprise release marked Lamar and Bey’s third collaboration, including Bey’s 2016 single “Freedom” and their 2019 Lion King soundtrack song “Nile.” Aside from flexing his honorary Beyhive status, he also shouted out Billboard magazine for making their Greatest Rappers Of All Time list. Watch the “The Hillbillies” video below.
Singer Maeta has a blossoming career due to the effort she puts into her work. She has been able to land tracks co-written by James Fauntleroy, Lucky Daye, SZA, The Dream and more for her forthcoming album “When I Hear Your Name.” One of the tracks featured on the album, “Through The Night”, a collaboration with Free Nationals, puts her talent on full display. On the song, she shows she’s not too proud to beg for the affection of her potential suitor. Listen to “Through The Night” below.
Lil Durk explored nature over the holiday weekend. Hitting the state of Tennessee, Durkio linked with country star Morgan Wallen to go fishing. Durk and Wallen recently collaborated on the Almost Healed album.
Durk shared an image with Wallen holding freshly caught fish. “Family is family can’t nothing change that p.s I’m done wit fish,” Durk wrote on Instagram.
“Durk done pulled up and taught me how to fish,” Wallen wrote in a separate post.
Lil Durk will fall just short of the No. 1 spot. Almost Healed is projected to bring in between 125,000 and 150,000 first-week units but land at No 2.
HITS Daily Double notes this will be the rapper’s sixth top 10 album and his 11th to hit the Billboard 200. The No. 1 spot goes to Taylor Swift bringing in 225-275K units with the deluxe edition of her Midnights album.
After increasing excitement to a boiling point, Chicago hip-hop trailblazer and multiplatinum superstar Lil Durk unleashed his anxiously awaited eighth full-length offering and one of the year’s most anticipated albums. Stream Almost Healed on all DSPs HERE.
Superstar icon Alicia Keys notably stars in the music video for “Therapy Session/Pelle Coat,” which just premiered. The visual features her in emotionally charged and thought-provoking moments alongside Lil Durk. It marks their first collaboration together.
Tense production underlines his reflective rhymes as the accompanying visual explores his relationship with the streets and faith through a series of arresting vignettes. It instantly captivates—like everything he does.
Almost Healedpops off as his most personal, engaging, and enigmatic project to date. Laced with bold bangers and introspective anthems alike, it highlights his undeniable melodies and incisive bars at the forefront. He not only shines solo on the likes of “Never Again,” but he also distinguishes himself as the rare chameleonic force who can collaborate with country superstar Morgan Wallen on “Stand By Me” or the late Juice WRLD on “Cross The Globe.”
R&B veteran Alexander O’Neal is working on his Farewell Tour, and he’s doing it in style, with the EP “Is This Seat Taken”, which is some of his strongest music in years. A few weeks ago, O’Neal released the title track. Now, he returns with the single “The One For Me”, co-written by Darnell Alexander and Mike Vangen. The song is a dancefloor jam with hooks for days. And O’Neal sounds convincing as he tells his woman he’s giving up all others to focus on her. Listen to “The One For Me” below.