New Music: Chris Brown – "Sweet Love"

Chris Brown just released his next single off his Fortune album titled Sweet Love. Very reminiscent of No Bullshit! His next single, Till I Die has yet to be released and will feature Big Sean and Wiz Khalifa. In the mean time, listen to this:

New Music: DJ Khaled ft. Chris Brown, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne – "Take it to the Head"

Here’s DJ Khaled’s next single titled Take it to the Head featuring Chris Brown, Rozay, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne. In it, Chris Brown croons us, while Rozay spits his usual steez – Nicki doesn’t channel any other personalities, and Weezy throws on his cool for his final verse. The Runners’ produced song will be […]

New Music: Nas – "The Don"

Nasir Jones is baaack! Here’s his single for The Don off his 10th album, produced by Salaam Remi, Da Internz, and the late Heavy D. Nas stated: “Heavy D gave this beat to Salaam for me to rap to” That’s love! Check it out after the cut.

New Music: Frank Ocean – "White"

Frank Ocean poured his heart into this unstructured, yet soulful song, titled White off the Odd Future Tape Vol. 2. He’s also featured on two more songs off the tape; this is his only solo. The collective Odd Future album, hits iTunes and Amazon on March 20th. Listen below. Thoughts?

Sway in the Morning presents: The A&R Room Mixtape

If you’re not already familiar with our A&R Room in #SwayInTheMorning, it’s a new music segment brought to you by Rich Nice, who’s worked with people like 50 Cent, Nas, Jay-Z, Luda etc, and Shaheem Reid one of the most reputable journalist from XXL magazine. It’s not just any new music though, our team has […]

New Music: Chris Brown – "F*ck the City Up"

C.Breezy just released this song via twitter for #TeamBreezy. In it he talks about doing the grown-up with a girl or two whenever he’s in her city. No word on if it’s gonna be on his Fortune album. Listen to the Drumma Boy produced song below. What do you think?

New Music: Chris Brown – "How I Feel"

Chris Blonde Brown pens/raps the most honest track we’ve heard from him thus far. No hook, no singing, just realness. “Nineteen, a ni**a went through a tragedy/ Three years, a ni**a just found a better me,” RESPECT. Listen after the cut.