Travis Scott Surprise Drops “CHASE B REMIX” Of “FE!N,” But Fans Are Trashing It

Travis Scott easily had one of the most successful albums of 2023 period last year with his long-awaited fourth studio album UTOPIA. It went on to spawn some incredible and impactful songs that are well on their way to being some of the biggest of his career. “I KNOW ?” “MELTDOWN,” “TELEKENESIS,” and of course, “FE!N,” are among the big ticket cuts. To further establish the latter in his discography Travis Scott is bringing a CHASE B REMIX into the fold.

The remix’s title is a nod to fellow Houston, Texas DJ and producer CHASE B. He has a lot of close ties with Scott, crafting beats for some of his catalog. For this reimagining, the veteran is transforming the rage rap track into a dance record. With a version like this, the lyrics are at a minimum. In fact, Playboi Carti’s verse is totally scrapped in the process. This is not the only major Scott track to receive a dance facelift. His 2016 mega hit “goosebumps” got HVME involved and that became a huge song in its own right.

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Listen To “FE!N (CHASE B REMIX)” By Travis Scott & CHASE B

However, it seems the “FE!N (CHASE B REMIX)” is not going to see the same success. Underneath the YouTube comments have not been glowing to say the least. “This the version Fein that a middle school dance would play,” one person comments. “Tiktok rizz party version,” another adds. “Bro dropped this and now he needs to pick it back up😭🙏🏼” Let us know what you think and check it out above.

What are your thoughts on this brand-new single “FE!N (CHASE B REMIX)” by Travis Scott & CHASE B? Is this his best dance remix ever, why or why not? If not, do you agree that this should have not been remixed at all? We would like to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding Travis Scott and CHASE B. Finally, stay with us for everything else going on around the music world.

Quotable Lyrics:

Just come outside
For the night
Just come outside (Yeah, let’s go)
Oh my God, that b**** bitin’ (That bitch bitin’)
Well, alright (Alright), tryna vibe (I’m tryna vibe this s***)
In the night, come alive

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Stove God Cooks & Stoupe Link For Intimidating “We Ballin Again”

Stove God Cooks is always impressive when he drops a new single or a feature. However, the underground New York rapper from Syracuse is someone we have been waiting on to drop a new album. It has been over four years since we got his debut project Reasonable Drought. Even then, it was not even a solo project. It was a collaboration with fellow underground New Yorker and lyricist Roc Marciano. But there is a ton of optimism that maybe some time this year, the Babygrande Records signee will come through with something truly spectacular. The reason why we think that is because of the steady stream of quality singles.

2024 has already been one of his most productive years since starting out in 2020. Stove God Cooks was essentially ready from the beginning with “Melo Chip and a Brick.” The excellent jazz rap cut with dirty horns courtesy of Conductor Williams, and the hungry rapping from SGC all amounted to something rewarding. Then, he came through with “Carbone,” with production from Stoupe on March 1.

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Listen To “We Ballin Again” By Stove God Cooks & Stoupe

For “We Ballin Again,” Stove God’s latest offering, Stoupe joins him again. For us, we prefer this over “Carbone” because the instrumental is haunting, and Cooks’ bars are intimidating. He also delivers better flows with animated adlibs, and the awkward chorus is not there from “Carbone.” Be sure to run it up with the link above.

What are your thoughts on this brand-new single “We Ballin Again” by Stove God Cooks and Stoupe? Is this his best song as of late, why or why not? Which element of the track did you find to be more enjoyable and why? Do you think he is getting ready for a new album soon? We would like to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding Stove God Cooks and Stoupe. Finally, stay with us for everything else going on around the music world.

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Skilla Baby Ramps Up The Energy & Violence On “Free Big Meech”

I get love in Detroit like Skilla Baby,” is the mood that the rapper should be in because “Free Big Meech” will give him plenty of praise. Skilla is back with a new solo single, which follows up “Plate” from February 2. However, he also been busy with the collaborations as of late too. In 2024, the 25-year-old MC has worked with CRASH RARRI, YN Jay, Sada Baby, Young Ra, Tavo Baby Big6, and Yung Miami. That latter team-up was a successful one for him, as “CFWM (Can’t F*** With Me)” was doing solid numbers when it dropped.

If there is there something to expect going into a Skilla Baby track, it is that you know you are going to get lot of wild energy. That is the case here too on “Free Big Meech.” There is plenty of street talk and violent bars to be had and it is all performed over a chilling trap beat. “Pistol whip a n**** with my blick and leave him cockeyed (Ha) / Put a ten on him, it ain’t s*** to get an opp fried (Ha).”

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Listen To “Free Big Meech” By Skilla Baby

For Skilla, he has some big shoes to fill after an active 2023 campaign. He tied his record for albums released in a year with two with Controversy and We Eat The Most (Reloaded). Pretty soon he will be dropping his first record called THE COLDEST. In fact Genius says it will be dropping next Friday, April 26. Alleged features include Flo Milli, Mozzy, Moneybagg Yo, Rob49, G Herbo, DaBaby, and more.

What are your thoughts on this brand-new single “Free Big Meech” by Skilla Baby? Is this one of his stronger releases as of late, why or why not? Where does he rank among the modern crop of Detroit rappers? Does this get you excited for his upcoming album THE COLDEST? We would like to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding Skilla Baby. Finally, stay with us for everything else going on around the music world.

Quotable Lyrics:

Word on the street, these n****s on my a**, yeah, aight (Yeah, aight)
I ain’t never ducked smoke, I been thuggin’ my whole life (Ha)
I be goin’ through it but I keep it movin’, I’m aight
Hutch and Gary got me right, man, I’m lit up like a light
Rule number one, don’t buy it once if you can’t buy it twice (Phew)
When these n****s see me, they gon’ fight or flight ’cause it’s on sight (Baow)

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Russ Leaves Off Two Pack “That’s My Girl & Tired”

When it comes to new music Fridays, there is an artist that you can almost always count on to drop every week. That would be Secaucus, New Jersey rapper and singer, Russ. The polarizing veteran just continues to churn out song after song and beat after beat. For this latest offering, Russ is actually giving us a two-pack called “That’s My Girl & Tired.”

If you have been keeping your ears to the ground about his recent output, you know that he has been going for more personal tracks. Some have talked about messed up relationships, other have seen Russ speak passionately about not folding and letting the devil take over your life. This time around, the themes are quite different, while also sticking to the formula as of late. “That’s My Girl” is an obvious deviation from what we have heard, as he goes for a raunchy pop rap/R&B crossover.

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Listen To “That’s My Girl & Tired” By Russ

On this cut he is loving the intimacy he is sharing with this woman and it does give us some pretty outlandish bars. “P***y got lips so of course I’m gonna kiss it (Mwah)Is it shallow if I say I love the way you deepthroat me? (Haha) / We can use toys (Yeah), we on some grown s***” Then, on “Tired,” Russ is venting on the mic about things in life he is sick of dealing with or seeing in society. Every bar begins with “Tired of” before going into what he does not like. With this two-pack you are getting tongue in cheek and serious, so each side of Russ’ fan base should be happy with at least one of the two tracks.

What are your thoughts on these brand-new singles “That’s My Girl & Tired” by Russ? Are these some of his stronger releases as of late, why or why not? Which one of the two are you enjoying more? Do you think he is getting ready for a new album soon? We would like to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding Russ. Finally, stay with us for everything else going on around the music world.

Quotable Lyrics From “That’s My Girl”:

I love it when you use your mouth as an alarm clock (Give me)
Doesn’t matter if I’m tired, I’ma see it through
Real men still wear pink and we eat it too
Good girl, look at you, go crazy (Go crazy)
Eyes on my when you swallow my babies (Look, look)
Put your hands behind your back (Back)

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Lucky Daye Is Looking To Go All The Way With A Love Interest On “HERicane”

Lucky Daye, a New Orleans, Louisiana based R&B artist, is someone who really picked up steam later in life. The 38-year-old singer and songwriter began to make a name for himself when he auditioned for the hit music television series American Idol back in 2005. Fast forward about 14 years and that was when he dropped his first album Painted. He would go on to be nominated four times at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards for it for Best R&B Album, Best Traditional R&B Performance, as well as Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance. All of that success has led Lucky Daye to becoming a still underrated, but household name and “HERicane,” his new single, shows why.

This track follows up the incredibly infectious and soulful “That’s You” that dropped back in November. The Bruno Mars and D’Mile produced cut has been on repeat for us since then and we are hoping it is teasing a new album. “HERicane” might be that second offering based on the similar themes of finding true love and wanting to be extremely intimate. On this record, also produced by D’Mile, Lucky Daye is doing what ever he can to draw in this woman with his charm.

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Listen To “HERicane” By Lucky Daye

All of these efforts he hopes will lead him to getting down and freaky with this woman and entering the “HERicane” so to speak. “This ain’t flirtin’, you deserve it, and you’re worth that much / Heart beat racin’, closin’ spaces, bodies touch / So elated, you’re amazin’.” This story is performed over a groovy guitar instrumental that is more upbeat and pop-inspired, compared to the moodier neo-soul “That’s You.”

What are your thoughts on this brand-new single “HERicane” by Lucky Daye? Is this his best release as of late, why or why not? Do you think he has a new album coming soon? Where would you place him amongst the rest of R&B crowd? We would like to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding Lucky Daye. Finally, stay with us for everything else going on around the music world.

Quotable Lyrics:

I’ll take you to the top floor, baby
If you want it, don’t let me go, hold on, just ride
What you wanna do? I’ll drive you through midnight
Let it rain, baby, rain
Till we slide into the eye of a hurricane

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Kota The Friend Pens A Heartwarming Story About Making It Big On “GOOD NUMBERS”

Kota the Friend might be the most consistently solid rapper we have going at the moment. The Brooklyn, New Yorker has always impressed us, mainly because of what seems like effortless storytelling. Words just feel like they flow right of the pen when he writes, and they all just fit seamlessly. That happens on this new track from Kota the Friend called “GOOD NUMBERS.”

This follows up a pretty steady stream of releases from him. The last offering we covered from him was the excellent love story single “PNW” (Pacific Northwest). In between “GOOD NUMBERS” and the former, Kota also put out “Bad 4 U” on March 20, just a day after “PNW.” On this new track below, the veteran rapper is seen writing another feel good song about becoming a successful artist and how that can help his loved ones in the future.

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Listen To “GOOD NUMBERS” By Kota The Friend

My momma got the best of doctors, boy, she doin’ great / My baby’s thrivin’, straight A scholars, college out of state / I’m always workin’, never stressin’ ’bout what’s on my plate / On this mill’, I always pray, everything I want I ate.” This is just one of example of Kota getting across his message of working hard now and reaping the benefits later. Across the entire runtime, you really get the feeling that Kota wants to do and has done what it takes to have everyone he cares for thrive around him.

What are your thoughts on this brand-new single “GOOD NUMBERS” by Kota the Friend? Is he one of the best writers in the rap game right now, why or why not? Is this one of his strongest tracks as of late? Do you think he has another album coming soon? We would like to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding Kota the Friend. Finally, stay with us for everything else going on around the music world.

Quotable Lyrics:

Rent due every week it seem, bills is on your a**
Landlord do not see the dream, haunted by your past
Making you repeat the scheme, you just gotta feed the seed
Water and delete the weeds
Don’t think I don’t think about your pain
I just hit your phone, so I could say

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Chris Brown Gets Personal With New Quavo Diss “Weakest Link”

Chris Brown is done playing around. The R&B singer has spent years throwing subtle shots at Quavo, but the gloves have officially come off. He dropped the song “Weakest Link” on April 19, and it establishes a level of ferocity that the beef previously lacked. Brown not only calls Quavo the worst member of Migos, but he goes after the rapper’s love life. More specifically, he claims to have slept with Quavo’s girlfriend while the couple were still together. Like we said, gloves off.

Brown uploaded “Weakest Link” to YouTube and Instagram. The title refers to the aforementioned criticism the singer made about Quavo’s status within Migos. The verses range in quality, with Brown sometimes dipping into forgettable bars about dropping “facts” and being “dripped in red.” Fortunately, he brings the heat out of the gate. He targets Quavo’s past with violence, specifically the 2021 incident where he fought Saweetie in an elevator. He also talks about running into Quavo at Fashion Week, and resisting the urge to beat the rapper up. “All I kept thinkin’ ’bout was breakin’ yo’ face, but I gave you a pass,” Brown raps. “You lucky I ain’t wanna f**k the money up.”

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All these shots are low caliber in comparison to the girlfriend bombshell, however. Brown and Quavo fell out due to the fact that the former dated Brown’s ex, Karrueche Tran. Brown brings it back to this point and then takes it a step further. “You f**ked my ex-ho, that’s cool, I don’t give no f**k, lil n***a,” he raps. “‘Cause I f**ked yo’ ex when you were still with her, b***h, I’m up.” This piece of information, if true, is a signifier that things were much worse between Brown and Quavo than fans realized. It’s unclear whether the woman Brown is referring to is Saweetie.

What are your thoughts on this brand-new diss, “Weakest Link” by Chris Brown? Does Brown cross the line with his claims? Does this give him the leg up in the feud? Will Quavo be able to deliver a worthwhile response? We want to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news on Chris Brown. Finally, stay with us for the most informative song posts throughout the week.

Quotable Lyrics:

Put you to bed
Night, night, that’s Sudafed
Show me that I’m tender, b***h, time to prove what you just said
R.I.P. Takeoff, he the only real one, I got true respect
Crazy how when he died, everybody really wished it was you instead

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“Illmatic” By Nas Turns 30: Revisiting One Of The Greatest Hip-Hop Songs Ever, “N.Y. State Of Mind”

Nas is one of the names that pops into people’s heads when they are conjuring up their top five rappers of all time. Without a doubt, his sharp pen, incredible storytelling, and ear for production all help make him of one of the treasures of the genre. Today marks the start of his legendary 30-year career, when he dropped almost undoubtedly the greatest debut hip-hop LP, Illmatic. We wanted to go back in time and revisit “N.Y. State of Mind,” which is widely viewed at Nas at his peak.

Famously produced by another fellow icon, DJ Premier, it is viewed as one of the most recognizable beats in rap. The incredible East Coast, boom bap production synchronizes perfectly with the keys used. Nas spoke on the creation of “N.Y. State of Mind” about eight years ago and what it meant to him. “The music just spoke to the people that needed to know what was in my head and what it was like in the minds of everybody in New York at that time—that’s what I thought.”

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Relisten To “N.Y. State Of Mind” By Nas

Besides the song being a face of the over 50-year old genre, it was just an incredible feat period. He was just 20 years old and the first verse was something that just came naturally to him. In an interview with XXL, according to Genius, DJ Premier recalled one of the craziest moments he ever experienced in a recording booth. According to him, when Nas says, “I don’t know how to start this s***,” that was actually true. But Preem just told him to go in after his count. “He did the whole first verse in one take, and I remember when he finished the first verse, he stopped and said, ‘Does that sound cool?’ And we were all like, ‘Oh my God!’ It was like, I don’t even care what else you write,” Premier said.

What are your thoughts on “N.Y. State of Mind” by Nas? Is the greatest rap song in the history of the genre? Or is it the best New York rap track ever? Do you view Illmatic as the cream of the crop when it comes to debut albums? Where does it rank all time in hip-hop? We would like to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding Nas. Finally, stay with us for everything else going on around the music world.

Quotable Lyrics:

Time to start the revolution, catch a body, head for Houston
Once they caught us off-guard, the MAC-10 was in the grass, and
I ran like a cheetah, with thoughts of an assassin
Picked the MAC up, told brothers “Back up!” — the MAC spit
Lead was hittin’ n****s, one ran, I made him back-flip
Heard a few chicks scream, my arm shook, couldn’t look

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