New Music from P-Lo with E-40, David Banner and More

Just because you blinked while you were thumbing through your apps doesn’t mean you should miss one of the many musical gems that come out every single day. We’re here to make your life a little easier and to make it sound a whole lot better with The Listening Room, our daily roundup of the new songs you need to hear.

“Put Me on Somethin” f. E-40
Producer: P-Lo


This video is mad fun. It starts with the squad being bored in line at the DMV, the goes to driving crazy during a driver’s license test, and onto ballin’ with E-40 in the car. It’s also got a lot of dancers in it, who at one point turn into crash test dummies. The beat has got that trademark Bay Area bounce, and P-Lo’s got the slo-mo delivery to match. All around a lot of good stuff here. Mike Steyels

“Must Be Nice” f. Fetty Wap

Slounds like Fetty Wap has made a good find with his new Zoo Gang artist, FVRTHR. It kinda makes sense that he’s an R&B artist, since Fetty has always leaned in that direction. Though FVRTHR has got a voice that shines without technological tricks, as much as we love ’em. His flow is pretty interesting, as he speeds up and stutters in unexpected ways. Looking forward to learning more about him. Mike Steyels

David Banner
“Who Want It” f. Black Thought & What the Duck
Producer: THX

David Banner’s forthcoming album The God Box, drops on May 19, and while it’s been seven years since we’ve been graced with a proper album from the Mississippi rapper, the latest offering from his forthcoming project dropped today.  Banner linked up with Black Thought to exchange verses on current affairs, touching on the surveillance state and the alarming trend of police shootings, all the while scoring some additional vocals from WTD. –Kyle Petreycik


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