Weekly Music Round-Up

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​Future Ft. Future

Get your styrofoam’s and perky’s ready. Future dropped his self-titled album on Friday following a lowkey phase where his relationship with his ex caught him more traction than his music. 808 Mafia along with Zaytoven, DJ Spinz (Fuck Up Some Commas) and the ever-present Metro Boomin behind the boards assist Hendrix in his venture to find himself. No features nigga.


Bling Blaow

Private Club’s MadeinTYO links up with Sean Don for the official remix of ‘Skateboard P’ off Thank You, Mr. Tokyo. Expect nothing less than ridiculously clean VVS’s with the swag to match in this summer smash (damn its winter in the US but you nahmean?). Did I mention the Delorian? or the vintage BBC?


2017 is only in the middle of it’s second month and Youngsta Cpt and Maloon The Boom have already released their second joint project of the year. Yes, their second full-length collaborative project of the year. Youngloon Taliboom was arguably one of the very high-ranking anticipated releases, gaining hype over the past couple of months. Between Instagram teases and the build-up, they had us holding our breaths waiting for this epic drop. You can finally breathe because it’s here.

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Rocky Where You Been?

‘s capsule collection with Guess last year had heads turning (jocking Naomi Campbell for some iconic stills didn’t hurt either) and now more pieces have been added. The clean dad hat comes in an array of colours while the crewneck sports the blassik [double peso] $$ repping the Mob, engulfed in pleasant hues.

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Anti-Valentine Visuals

We hope your Valentines Day was great. If it wasn’t filled with cheap stuffed hearts, corny love letters or an abundance of chocolate, that’s still okay. The Revivolution camp gave us some love this week on Valentines Day – or Tuesday, for some of us – with the release of Fusion’s visuals for ‘DOWNTIME’. It’s not often that we get music from Fusion but, when it does happen, it’s an exciting drop. The video has been described it as “anti-Valentine visuals.” The monochrome music video accompanies the smooth production of Swish 8-8 and features appearances from Revivo members Illy Amin, Impropoe and Mr Makonga.

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