Wavvy Wednesdays Vol. 1

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Welcome to the first edition of Wavvy Wednesdays. This is were we will take a look at some of the hottest new music that has been released within the past week. This even includes (but is not limited to) artists that I have previously interviewed. Let's see what tracks have been bangin' this week: Third World Release New Album

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Reggae legends and our dear friends Third World are back with a new release, Under the Magic Sun. The album features an array of different sounds, including covers of classic rock songs, along with re-recordings of the group's hit records. This marks the first album recorded by the group since the tragic passing of lead singer Bunny Rugs earlier this year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c689a2aFlW4

Under the Magic Sun is available for purchase here.

G-Eazy Collaborates with A$AP Ferg

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When I interviewed the Bay-area rapper in winter, he stated that his album would feature Jay Ant, E-40 and A$AP Ferg among others. Months later, his debut is nearing its release date, the Jay Ant/E-40 collaboration is blowing up and yesterday, Eazy finally liberated the highly anticipated Fergenstien collabo.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZorJUXaCvAY

Listen to Lotta That here.

Ab-Soul Delivers on Hunnid Stax

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The TDE train is not slowing down any time soon. After successful releases from both Schoolboy Q and SZA earlier in the year, the label is gearing up to drop Ab-Soul's These Days later this month. The latest release off of the album is Hunnid Stax, which features fellow Black Hippy member Schoolboy Q, along with uncredited vocals from Mac Miller and production from LOUDPVCK's Kenny Beats (Kenny spoke of working on new music with Ab when we interviewed him last year).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ba8AzNbHOY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9DOsN38mVQ

Peep the track here.

The Orwells Astound Letterman

Last night's episode of The Late Show was certainly one for the books. Aside from a rare appearance from the legendary Dave Chappelle, indie-rockers The Orwells rocked the Ed Sullivan Theatre with an outstanding performance. Letterman and his sidekick Paul seemed to be stunned by it, to the point that they asked for an encore as the credits role. After seeing this, we will definitely try and organize an interview with the group next time they visit our city!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prlVtauCl2w