Comeback Season Part 2: More New Music From Artists Whose Careers We Thought Were Over

When we made part one of this list, we had no idea that some of you would have your biggest R&B dream come true this week. Continue »

Comeback Season: New Music From Artists Whose Careers We Could’ve Sworn Were Over

New R&B Music

Over the last couple of weeks, BOSSIP’s email has been flooded with new music by artists whose names we never expected to hear in a sentence involving the words, “Yo, you heard that new…..” ever again. Continue »

The Bossip Boombox: The NBKOTB Edition

Bossip is happy to bring you the latest installment of the ‘New Black Kids On The Block” Boombox. It’s a chance for us to introduce you to a couple of new and/or independent artists that you may not be too familiar with but might want to check out. Make sure you peep the new music and tell us what you think!

The Bossip Boombox: The NBKOTB Edition

Bossip is happy to bring you the tenth installment of the ‘New Black Kids On The Block” Boombox. It’s a chance for us to introduce you to a couple of new and/or independent artists that you may not be too familiar with but might want to check out. Make sure you peep the new music and tell us what you think!

The Bossip Boombox: The NBKOTB Edition

Bossip is happy to bring you the ninth installment of the ‘New Black Kids On The Block” Boombox. It’s a chance for us to introduce you to a couple of new and/or independent artists that you may not be too familiar with but might want to check out. This week we have an all male selection of up and coming hip hop and R&B artists. Make sure you peep the new music and tell us what you think!

The Bossip Boombox: The NBKOTB Edition

Bossip is happy to bring you the eighth installment of the ‘New Black Kids On The Block” Boombox. It’s a chance for us to introduce you to a couple of new and/or independent artists that you may not be too familiar with but might want to check out. This week we have an all male selection of up and coming hip hop and R&B artists. Make sure you peep these guys and tell us what you think!

The Bossip Boombox: The NBKOTB Edition

Bossip is happy to bring you the seventh installment of the ‘New Black Kids On The Block” Boombox. It’s a chance for us to introduce you to a couple of new and/or independent artists that you may not be too familiar with but might want to check out. This week we have an all male selection of up and coming hip hop and R&B artists. Make sure you peep these guys and tell us what you think!

The Bossip Boombox

Robin Thicke – Mission
Slow it down a bit as Robin Thicke lays out his mission on his newest track. Not clear whether this will wind up on his upcoming album, I’m an Animal. This track definitively makes up for the wackness that was featured in yesterday’s Boombox by Mr.Thicke.


Red Cafe Ft. Ryan Leslie & Rick Ross – Fly Together
Red Cafe’s new single from his upcoming album with Bad Boy Records, if Diddy ever releases it. Long live the Bad Boy curse smh.


Phonte Ft. Elzhi – Not Here Anymore
As track after track has proven time and time again, when Phonte and 9th hit the studio together it’s always pure hip hop bliss.


Curren$y – Job
Latest track off the latest, DJ Drama assisted mixtape, Verde Terrace. The Hot Spitta lets it be know… Jets Over Bi*ches.


Lil Wayne Ft. Jadakiss & Drake – It’s Good
Tha Carter IV might actually have some heat on it. Jadakiss drops a really dope verse that doesn’t fit into the other two before Drake raps about Wayne’s prison sentence. Wayne’s verse is a lot of subliminal toward Jay-Z. We won’t comment on that supposed beef.


The Bossip BoomBox: The “Return Of R&B” Edition

Early this morning, R.L. hit us with his new mixtape “The Return II,” which got us thinking about just how much we do love and appreciate R&B Continue »

The Bossip Boombox: The King’s Court Edition Part 2

Every Friday the Bossip Boombox will be bringing you a themed boombox and to kick it off we decided to highlight the frenzy that is Watch The Throne. No we’re not shoving more Yeezy and Hov down your musical mouth, we’re showcasing a couple of new artists signed to The Throne’s recording labels. Since you’re busy watching the throne, shouldn’t you become familiar with who else is sitting in the royal court? Today we chose to spotlight a couple newcomers signed to Kanye’s label, GOOD Music. These are artists who you may not be too familiar with, but live by the motto “Getting Out Our Dreams”… are you?

The Bossip Boombox

We might as well call this The Bossip Boombox: Struggle Edition because even we’re surprised some of these ever so talented artists are actually still making music. Continue »

The Bossip Boombox: The Yeezy Effect

We’re sure you’ve still been busy watching the throne and getting your fill of everything Hova and Kanye related. So we decided to switch it up and take it back, waaaaay back for your listening pleasure. Before Mr.West was the Louis Vitton Don he was making hits for some of your favorite artists and even a movie soundtrack. So sit back and enjoy some GOOD Music produced with that ever so special Yeezy Effect.

Talib Kweli – Good To You
Where do we even start? Talib on a Ye produced track riding an Al Green sample. You’re welcome.


Beanie Sigel – The Truth
One of the first Roc A Fella tracks Kanye ever produced, the heat of this Sigel track translated to minor success for him but cemented Ye as a major problem in the studio.


Mos Def feat. Faith Evans – Brown Sugar (Extra Sweet)
This hot track is off the Brown Sugar soundtrack, marking Kanye’s first time appearing on a movie soundtrack and one of his first times working with Mos Def.


T.I. – Doin’ My Job
Clearly Yeezy was doin his job when he created this hit for Clifford and helped Trap Muzik go platinum, not many people know he produced this joint but now you can say you do.


Jay Z – Girls, Girls, Girls Remix
Even though this classic song was only a bonus track on The Blueprint and was released back in 2001, it showed that even then, between Hov and Kanye the throne has been theirs for the taking.


As a Bossip Boombox Bonus, head to the next page to check out a video of Yeezy’s first feature on a song. Can you guess what it is?