Rapsody announces Sophomore Album "Laila's Wisdom"

Roc Nation and Jamla Queen Rapsody joins forces with Busta Rhymes on her lead single, "You Should Know" from her upcoming album, Laila's Wisdom.

Her highly anticipated sophomore album is a follow-up from her 10-track EP, Crown, which she dropped last year. Rapsody teased her fans few days ago about the featuring artists on her upcoming project. As usual Rapsody does not play. Her new album features an array of talented heroes such as Anderson .Paak, Moonchild, Black Thought and Kendrick Lamar just to name a few.

While we wait for the most highly anticipated Hip Hop album of the year, check out "You Should Know" below for a taste...Laila's Wisdom drops on Sept. 22.




Future Soul Queen Wallace Drops Hauntingly Beautiful Love Song 'Black Lake'

New Zealand born, Sydney based Wallace is back with another gem in "Black Lake". Co-written with Joel Quartermain (Eskimo Joe), the track is a love song laced with melancholy, which pushes the future-soul singer far out of her thematic comfort zone.

""Black Lake" attempts to capture the thoughts of someone who is in love and ready to commit to a person who isn't. After finishing the tune, I was re-watching one of my favourite comedies, The Mighty Boosh, and realised with all the water imagery we'd weaved into our story, we'd accidentally written the song from the point of view of Old Gregg. We hadn't landed on a title at this point so I suggested Black Lake, the home of the Baileys drinking, watercolour painting man himself." - Wallace


Ko-Bena Celebrates Women with his latest release 'Her Appreciation'


MC Ben Iota releases 'Jazz' Album (produced by Dan The Underdog)

Darwin MC Ben Iota and Dan the Underdog have created an album inspired by precarious times. Think music made to say something that means something, but also for the joy of creating.

On the album, Ben said "It comes out of a love for the craft and for connecting with community. ’Jazz’ is our musical contribution to culture,"

The collection of songs on ‘Jazz’ cover much ground, from the political, to the personal, to feats of verbal gymnastics, and then some. The beats are a nod to the golden era of Jazz Hip Hop, with a generous peppering of synth and vocal grabs all throughout. Sonic warmth ties it all together.


Stop what you're doing and listen to SYD's New EP 'Always Never Home'

If you're a big fan of The Internet then you'd be familiar with SYD. She's flying solo and has just dropped a 3-track EP dubbed 'Always Never Home.'

We'll let the music do all the talking as usual but expect some delicious soulful, R&B tones over some electro beats.