John Roa, which is known for his heartbreaking songs ‘Oks
Lang Ako’ and ‘Taguan’, is now back with a 5-track EP titled ‘AMGO’!
Filipino singer-songwriter John Roa was a member of Hip hop
collective Ex-Batallion where he was known as JRoa. He reintroduced himself as a solo artist when he left the group in November 2017.
his long-awaited project The Lost Tapes 2, the sequel to his 2002 album.
The collection features 16 previously unreleased tracks with
guest appearances from Al Jarreau, Kenyon Harrold, Swizz Beatz, J Meyers,
RaVaughn and David Ranier. Meanwhile, veteran hitmakers Pharrell, The
Alchemist, Kanye West, Swizz Beatz, RZA, No I.D., Statik Selektah and Hit-Boy
Filipino rapper-songwriter Al James, which is known for his
hits "Pahinga", "Ngayong Gabi", and "Pa-Umaga", just
released his latest single titled ‘Latina’!
No wonder why Al James is one of the biggest names in the
Hip hop scene today, he again shows his unique rapping style through this
Hear it for yourself below.
One day after the 13th anniversary of Port of Miami, Rick
Ross is finally ready to give its long-awaited debut album ‘Port Of Miami 2’ on
“Port of Miami started me on this journey, it’s only right I
bring it back to where it all started,” Rick Ross shared in an official
statement. “For my day ones to the new ones, this album is for you. Tenth
studio album. Get ready. Ride with me. It’s time.”
The cover art features a photo of the MMG boss' deceased
close friend Black Bo. The rapper also releases a trailer for the album. See
them for yourself below.
Finally, Chano is expected to drop his long-awaited debut
The follow-up to the rapper’s 2016 mixtape Coloring Book is
titled ‘The Big Day’, which is set to be released on July 26. The previously
released single "GRoCERIES" with Houston rapper TisaKorean, as well
as tracks inspired by his wedding day is included in the album.
Chance caught up with Jimmy Fallon during his recent visit
to The Tonight Show to spill the details on his next record. Fallon said that
he and Chance made a little bit of a deal backstage and that he wanted the
rapper to reveal the name and the release date. "So, all the people watching
at home," Chance began, "I haven't sold my album before.