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      News — New Music

      Big Sean Unveils New Single “Overtime”

      Big Sean Unveils New Single “Overtime”

      It's been a little over two years since Big Sean has dropped an album. But the Detroit rapper has been putting in "Overtime." 

      Making a much-needed return, Big Sean links with Hit-Boy, Key Wane and Milo for a new single fittingly tited, "Overtime." Tapping into "Mixtape Sean," the Detroit spitta drops bars on a number of topics such as overcoming obstacles, mental health, Detroit, and even shouting out fellow native, Eminem. 

      "Shit, I didn't take a break, my ni**a, I broke. Broke my heart, broke my soul, don't cry for me though. If you don't break nothing down, then it's no room to grow. One mental block leads to another, shit is dominoes." 

      Additionally, Sean has also teased a new album - which just might be the long-awaited sequel to his 2012 mixtape, "Detroit." 

      BREAKING: LAST DAYS of ODD FUTURE & WU-TANG

      BREAKING: LAST DAYS of ODD FUTURE & WU-TANG

      Odd Future + Wu-Tang

      Brands:
       Wu-TangOdd Future

      Season: Summer 2019

      Key Pieces: The Odd Future Winged Donut is definitely the most striking in the collection, while the Wu-Tang logos are perfect for the true Hip-Hop head.

      Last Day: July 29

      Buy: kingice.com/collections/last-call

      Staff Notes: Wu-Tang and Odd Future has been one of the most popular collabs for King Ice over the last 2.5 years. The collection capture two nostalgic eras of hip-hop that represent timeless music — classics such as C.R.E.A.M by Wu-Tang and Oldie by Odd Future changed hip-hop forever.

      The last-call collection will comprise 19 pendants, chains, and rings that range from $30 to $75.

      The last call collection was first announced earlier this week when King Ice  took to social media to Twitter to share end dates.

       

      Snoop Dogg Celebrates Himself On New Single

      Snoop Dogg Celebrates Himself On New Single

      Last but not least, I wanna thank ME.

      King Ice collaborator and supporter, Snoop Dogg, unveils new visuals for his new single, “I Wanna Thank Me.” The single also serves as the title track from his forthcoming album - set for a release later this year. The single is an ode to himself, after his speech at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in November went viral. The Battlecat production finds Snoop bigging himself up for the “20+ years” he put into his career in entertainment and music.

      “I wanna thank me for believing in me. I wanna thank me for doing all this hard work. I wanna thank me for having no days off.”

      Snoop undeniably has the right to boast about all he has accomplished in his lengthy career. “West Coast king, man, I need a statue. Yeah, I said it, who did it like me? Twenty-plus years, I ain’t even gotta sell it.

      And ofcourse, check Snoop out in all things King Ice below.

      ScHoolboy Q & Kid Cudi Co-Star in "Dangerous" Music Video

      ScHoolboy Q & Kid Cudi Co-Star in "Dangerous" Music Video

      "An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind." 

      The message, in bold yellow font, appears towards the closing scene in ScHoolboy Q's new video for "Dangerous," featuring Kid Cudi

      In the Alexandre Moors directed video clip, we find the duo caught in a tale of revenge - as scenes of Q holding a gun flash the screen. Before you know it, Q and his partner in crime are chasing their victim - shooting him and leaving him for dead. 

      [insert plot twist here]

      Now, as Q and his partner hop back in their getaway car, another car pulls up beside them - unloading bullets of their own. Now the closing message is clear. And undeniably powerful. Watch everything unfold below. 

       

      H.E.R. Links With YBN Cordae on “Racks”

      H.E.R. Links With YBN Cordae on “Racks”

      Fresh off their BET Awards performances, H.E.R. and YBN Cordae, unveil their collaborative single, "Racks." 

      "Money help me get by. It don't matter if I, cop myself expensive things. Buy myself a diamond ring. Married to the moolah. Still got no lover."

      Over a midtempo R&B cut, H.E.R harmonizes about the lust for materialistic things as YBN raps about his own battle with finding love, attachment and happiness. 

      On the single's official cover art, we see a pair of shades on top of a stack of money - symbolic of our materialistic wants.

       If you missed the BET Awards, H.E.R. and YBN came together on stage for a performance of their first collaborative effort, "Lord is Coming."