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Theophilus London – “Stay”

Theophilus London has been out of the limelight since 2014’s Vibes dropped, but his behind-the-scenes work on Kanye West‘s “All Day” has helped rapidly spread his name among Hip Hop aficionados.  His latest song, “Stay” is contagious and synth-laced with an upbeat tempo that juxtaposes his longing for isolation.  Listen below on Soundcloud.

Kanye West feat. Travi$ Scott – “All Day” (CDQ Version)

Update: Stream the CDQ version of “All Day” just released today below.  The track will be on his new album called So Help Me God.

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Listen to the extended leak of the Kanye West track featuring Travi$ Scott, Theophilus London and Allan Kingdom called “All Day.”

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Top 10 Favorite Albums of 2014 List

It’s that time again.  The following list includes my personal favorite Hip Hop & R&B albums of 2014.

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Schoolboy Q – Oxymoron – Representing Hoover Street, Q brings West Coast Gangsta Rap on his first major label project with catchy, chant-like hooks and A-list guests. [My Review]

<Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Piñata – Gangsta Gibbs’ gritty lyrics sound exceptional over the raw and standout production Madlib is famous for.

Theophilus London – Vibes – Listen to a melodic and electronic alternative R&B album that boasts executive production from Kanye West and an appearance from Leon Ware.

Run the Jewels – Run the Jewels 2 – Rapper Killer Mike and producer El-P solidify their impressive chemistry as a duo on their hard-hitting sequel with unorthodox, but satiating beats.

D’Angelo and The Vanguard – Black Messiah – D’Angelo’s much-needed album feasibly addresses political issues and meshes various eras of R&B over upbeat instrumentation.

Big K.R.I.T. – Cadillactica – The self-proclaimed King of the South spits transparent rhymes, and his production manages to surprisingly resemble beats from Outkast’s classic, Aquemini at times.

PRhyme – PRhyme Royce da 5’9″’s raw lyrics over DJ Premier’s exquisite beats create an exceptional 9-track album you’ll need to play multiple times to truly appreciate all of its clever wordplay.

Flying Lotus – You’re Dead! – Experience a Jazz infused death trip accompanied by Kendrick Lamar, Snoop, and Thundercat interspersed among  psychedelic, funky and divine instrumentals.

YG – My Krazy Life – Take a trip  through Bompton with beats that embody the traditional West Coast sound reminiscent of classic acts like early N.W.A. and Tha Dogg Pound.

Pharrell Williams  –  G  I  R  L – Enjoy a feel-good, uplifting album rejoicing femininity from the legendary Pharrell Williams featuring everyone from Daft Punk to Alicia Keys. [My Review]