ab-soul’s these days was — uh, pretty bad, pretty boring. but “hunnid stax” remains a pretty good single, despite the lazy hook from mac. the verses are solid and the video’s even better. they even got puff daddy to leave a voicemail at the end.
damnit, i never wanted to like mac miller songs. but his last album (watching movies…) is a year old and letting loose of his archives. listen to “melt,” with schoolboy quincy and a syrupy pete rock beat.
i’m pretty disappointed in schoolboy q’s oxymoron, and i went ahead and told friends of mine that there’s about an EP’s worth of good songs. lucky for me, one of those tracks was “studio,” the collab with bj the chicago kid. glad schoolboy opted to perform a strong album cut instead of one of the singles.
looks like oxymoron is actually happening folks. schoolboy q’s major label debut will be with us in a few weeks on february 25th. below is the tracklisting, and under the jump, you can peep the deluxe album art, as well as a snippet for ”
2. “Los Awesome” (f. Jay Rock)
3. “Collard Greens” (f. Kendrick Lamar)
4. “What They Want” (f. 2 Chainz)
5. “Hoover Street”
6. “Studio” (f. BJ the Chicago Kid)
8. “The Purge” (f. Tyler, the Creator & Kurupt)
9. “Blind Threats” (f. Raekwon)
10. “Hell of a Night”
11. “Break the Bank”
12. “Man of the Year”
13. “His & Her Friend” (f. SZA)
14 “Grooveline Pt. 2″ (f. Suga Free)
15. “F**k LA”