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Emerging hip-hop star Joey Bada$$ has been doing his thing recently, after dominating the stage at Coachella and touring cross country in music festivals, Joey has been spreading positivity to his fans worldwide. In spite of his busy schedule Bada$$ still finds time to crank out new music, his latest single is called “Devestated”, and it’s way more uplifting and fun than the title suggests.

“I use to feel so devastated/ At times I thought we’d never make it / But now we on our way to greatness.”

The rapper sings between verses that are sure to set the radio/internet on fire this summer. With smooth instrumentals the production is booth groovy and uplifting, showcasing a more pop-oriented direction that Bada$$ can certainly build on with his next record.

Listen to “Devastated” below and as always…

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Today we have a special treat for you, the R&B sensation Anderson. Paak is back with three electric visuals for “The Season”, “Carry Me”, and “The Waters” each off his most recent album “Malibu”. Paak extends his creativity to the screen turning his words into visual art. If you have the opportunity do your self a favor and see this singing sensation live on his Malibu Tour this summer. He arguably was the livest’ performer of Coachella and SXSW this year don’t miss the magic. Stream the videos below and as always…

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Anderson .Paak| Malibu

“Music is not music without soul” and the 29 year old Oakland native Anderson .Paak is the definition of soul. Following his debut album Venice .Paak delivers yet another masterpiece with Malibu. The 16-track project is full of energy thanks to his funky beats, witty wordplay, and a charisma that the music industry has been lacking for a while now. You definitely can see the fruits of his labor from Dr. Dre’s Grammy nominated Compton album as he scored features from BJ The Chicago Kid, Rhapsody, and hip-hop legend Talib Kweli to name a few. .Paak shows his versatility as an artist as well as he not only sings but displays his rapping ability. The album doesn’t just sound good though, his music has a message highlighting the real life situations and perspectives many artists of his stature seem to either conveniently forget or consciously neglect for financial gain. .Paak is gearing up for a huge 2016 with his band The FREE NATIONALS as they are set to tour Europe in February and to perform at Coachella this upcoming April. Malibu is available for purchase on iTunes and Google Play.

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