and with may out the window, the summer months are here. enjoy our latest mix.
1. Acceptance – Take You Away
2. August Burns Red – Identity
3. Bad Rabbits – Way With Words
4. Disclosure – Holding On (feat. Gregory Porter)
5. Fat Tony – H-Town to L.A. (feat. LA$W & JO$E)
6. Hit-Boy – Go All Night (feat. Travis Scott)
7. Mark Drew – Paid Forever
8. Matt Skiba & The Sekrets – Krazy
9. mewithoutYou – D-Minor
10. Mick Jenkins – Ps & Qs
11. Remy Boyz – My Way (Remix feat. Drake)
12. Rihanna – Bitch Better Have My Money (Diplo & Grandtheft Remix)
13. Ty Dolla Sign – L.A. (feat. Kendrick Lamar & D&D)
drizzy season. out of fucking nowhere, we have a new drake album. 17 songs, features from PND, travis scott, weezy f. 6 years removed from the release of so far gone, with a friday the 13th release date.
what the hell are we gonna do this year? we’re due for a yeezy season, a kendrick season AND a drizzy season? in the words of a starbucks patron, “i can’t even.” drake builds anticipation for views from the 6 with a 14-minute short film, titled jungle, featuring some new music and everything.
in very typical weworemasks fashion, i realized we started february yesterday, with no mix in sight. ah well, a very boozy superbowl party took place in lieu of this mix, but better late than never.
1. ASAP Rocky – Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye II
2. Big Sean – Blessings (feat. Drake and Kanye West)
3. Jeremih – Planes (feat. J. Cole)
4. Kaytranada – Drive Me Crazy (feat. Vic Mensa)
5. Marriages – Skin
6. Purity Ring – Begin Again
7. Roosh Williams – Deep End (feat. Scarface)
8. The-Dream – That’s My Shit (feat. T.I.)
9. Torche – Annihilation Affair
10. Toro Y Moi – Empty Nesters
11. Ty Dolla Sign – Stand For (DJ Mustard Remix)
12. You Blew It! – Bedside Manor
We may not have covered as many shows for weworemasks, but I’m positive that I attended more shows in 2014 than any year since I graduated college. And that’s a-ok with me. So below the jump, you’ll find my first year-end list of 2014 – with only a few more to come.
you know the drill with these collaborations. this song belongs to OB obrien, but drake handles the lead verse and the hook (so it’s drake feat. drake) and some other verses. when the clubs play it, it’ll play drake’s verse and move on.
drake takes over the most minimal of hook duties in this family affair of a collaboration. juvenile made amends with birdman and brings cash money back, while thugga and quan remain the backbone of this project. and of course, london on the track.
you know how i know drake directed this video? because the skits are cheeseball as fuck. but the song’s still pretty catchy and although future doesn’t make an appearance (for his one line on repeat), drake and p reign have a good time with some bad ones down on some extravagant resort.