Today’s track of the day is a unique hybrid of rap and rock, and we mean that in the best way possible. Travis Barker’s oft-delayed solo album is finally seeing the light of day in a month or two, and today brought around the release of the first official single off of the album. Featuring an all-star lineup of Lil Wayne, Game, Swizz Beatz, and Rick Ross, “Can The Drummer Get Some?” is a blaring, anthemic track filled with spectacular verses by all, as one might expect. Be looking for this one to be hitting radios everywhere sometime next month, even though this will have fully dissipated through the mass consciousness of the internet approximately 0.263984 seconds after this posting. Not a bad way to start off a weekend, right? Thought so. Enjoy!
Today’s track of the day comes to you from Keri Hilson’s recently-released “No Boys Allowed” album. Possibly the best track on the album, “Buyou” features New York native J. Cole spitting perhaps one of the greatest feature verses of his career. As an ode to people everywhere who can carry their own weight financially, the track will appeal to a wide audience - perhaps even an international one, as many speculate that this will be the next radio single off Miss Keri’s album. Enjoy!
Today’s track of the day comes to you hot off the presses from indie rapper Charles Hamilton, who unleashed this single in honor of his 23rd birthday, which was today. This upbeat track is typical of Hamilton, who’s made his reputation off of…well, quite frankly, genius sampling of tracks for his music that range all the way from Beethoven to Audioslave to Sade. This track is rumored to be appearing on Hamilton’s upcoming album (tentatively titled, “My Heart”), but only time will tell if this ends up being the case or not. Until then, enjoy!
Hope you’re all having a great weekend! For Sunday’s song of the day, we’re bringing you one of the singles off of B.o.B’s breakout album, The Adventures of Bobby Ray, which was released earlier this summer. This airy track, “Don’t Let Me Fall”, sums up the blissful attitude towards summer just perfectly - and with fall right around the corner, we figured this snapshot into our summer was only appropriate. Enjoy!