It’s another Wednesday, and once again DimiHub is here to catch you up on the songs you might’ve missed so far this week. On this week’s #WYMY lineup: Nas, Paperwhite, Travis $cott, SNBRN, Jayceeoh, Casey Veggies, T-Pain, Fetty Wap.
So, the music industry had an awesome week. Tons of new music, including Drake and Meek Mill’s most recent battle, so we have some of the tracks that might’ve snuck past you.
What’s better than starting your week with some good ol’ fashioned Nas? NAS REMIXING A SONG BY FUTURE THAT’S WHAT. Nas took Future’s hit single “March Madness” and added his oh so familiar rap voice with some street lyrics and touching upon the recent situations between citizens and law enforcement. Nas does this to us once in a while. It seems like he comes back to drop an addicting single, only to go back into retirement for months at a time. Nonetheless, this remix is at the top of our list for good reason. Enjoy.
The pop duo Paperwhite has been on the rise recently, and they impress the world with yet another great single, this one titled “Unstoppable”. I think pop’s brightest group is here.
Travis $cott is not slowing down after his debut album Rodeo. The rapper that sits near the top of the game has been consistently putting out singles. This time he gives us “Trst”, which exemplifies his distinct style and sound. It’s a must-listen for his die hards.
Possibly the best track released so far this week, SNBRN collabs with fellow DJs Shaun Frank and Dr. Fresch to create the beautiful love child that is “The New Order”. This track combines smooth vocals with a beat that you cant seem to stop bumping. This one is for sure a must-listen.
Keeping the dance theme going, there was a little DJ on DJ remixing happening in the beginning of the week. LA DJ Jayceeoh took Martin Solveig’s “+1”. Click the link below:
Some say traditional West-Coast rap has been dying recently, but don’t tell Cali rappers Casey Veggies and Dom Kennedy that. Their track “Pop Off” will put you in a convertible in Cali on a summer day in the 90’s. Sounds dreamy, right?
Speaking of going back in time, what says early 2000’s better than some T-Pain? A lot has changed over the years but T-Pain’s iconic sound and style stays constant. He brings us a hit titled “Do Dat Shit”.
Fetty Wap snuck into our list with a last minute hit titled “Go Hard Boyz (Banshee)”. Fetty goes from “Yeaa Babbyyyy” to something a little more edgy. He goes hard in this one: