Get into this hard-hitting track titled “We Don’t Want” by Harlem emcee King Jabbar. Featuring rapper-in-drag Miss Teary, this street anthem brings out Jabbar’s North Carolina swag with his confrontational lyrics letting his naysayers that he does “not want to hear that weak sh*t.”
There’s nothing weak about this hit. Press play and check out this street banger below.
Doug The Savage
No, you are not listening to Lil’ Wayne. You are listening to the new single (and watching the new music video) titled “#TurnUp” by bisexual emcee Doug Thee Savage. The heavily auto-tuned single is catchy enough to be hit radio single or a hood club favorite. Doug has a lot of potential going on here because this style has worked for Lil’ Wayne and a few other hip-hop hit-makers.
The single comes from Doug’s LP “Savage Memoirz: Survival Of The Trillest.” Check out its hotel party style music video below.
Get into this new track by one of our favorite genre-bending musicians Damien Nova titled “Under The Moon.” This uptempo jazzy number is a promotional single, so make sure you go to his website to get your free copy because the song is hot.
Press play below to see what we mean.
Good news! Chicago rapper Scandocious JR created another good song. The controversial emcee whose discography makes his talents evenly a hit-or-miss debate. JR’s latest single “Secret Belief” finds him reminiscing the gushy feelings he has over his new love interest who arrived as a surprise in his life.
Forgive JR’s “singing” in this track because his lyrics are very heartfelt and relatable. Many of us can attest to that one love who has crept into our hearts.
Press play to check to Scandocious JR’s new single below.
“Snapshots” by Tim’m West
The G-List Society’s creator Waddie G. makes his album on debut on one of his long-time favorite rapper’s album, and he is more excited than ever. On veteran emcee Tim’m West’s Snapshots album, Waddie G. can be heard gushing over his support for LGBT musicians especially his favorites including West. Waddie is featured on two interludes where the second takes clips from Tim’m giving a introspective take on his place in hip-hop and LGBT cultures as an icon, a renaissance man and trendsetter.
The G-List Society keep things real when we speak our mind on others, and that means our very own Waddie G. He almost missed the deadline of getting his shine on West’s album. He was too slow to comprehend the awesomely generous opportunity that Tim’m presented to him. Fortunately, he barely beat the deadline, and history was created.
What did Waddie G. sound like on the album? Check out the two interludes below. The interludes took us back to the 1990′s when the hip-hop and modern R&B artists included drops and shout outs from famous radio DJs onto their album.
Hurry up and press play below.
Get into the steamy third single from Damien Crawford’s Champion album titled “Sexplosion.” This very racy bedroom number unleashes the sexual beast out of this R&B crooner who happened to release a steamy music video to compliment recently.
Check out this musical stunner by pressing play below.
In celebration of 4/20, the unofficial holiday for people who enjoy marijuana, The G-List Society dedicates a song to those who enjoy that “good green.” Atlanta rapper Ramaj released an ode to marijuana smoking last year titled “Roll One Up.” Though the chorus is a main reference to rolling up a good joint, Ramaj packs a couple of hard-hitting verses about the everyday stress of a gay man from homophobia to fitting in the community.
We normally post only new music up from LGBT artists, but could not pass this one up.
Press play to enjoy the tune below.
What do you get when you watch a wack song with an even more wack and cheap music video? That would be gay rapper Lil’ B’s “Red Light Fashion.” Don’t blame us for wasting a few minutes of your life for watching the train wreck below..
While keeping busy filming his starring role in the hot new web series “No Shade” and “2 Much 4 Brunch,” Donnie DuRight surprised fans with a snippet of his dance club single “Killin’ This.”
Be prepared to dance, sashay or bop your head to this bass-bangin’ snippet below.
“Radio-Friendly Pop Song” lyrical video
Pop singer Matt Fishel amassed a huge loyal fan base in the past few years with hit singles “Testament” “The First Time” and “Football Song.” However, it will be his recently released single “Radio-Friendly Pop Song” that should become his most buzz-worthy song of his discography.
This catchy tune serves as a confrontational truth to mainstream music industry’s hesitation to allow same-sex love songs to be promoted to the masses. The lyrics blasting status-quo are genius and the choruses are spot on.
We have lived to hear many hit singles pushing the buttons of controversy; yet, we have never heard a delectable tune challenging the seemingly homophobic practices of the music industry.
Take a listen to our favorite track of 2013 so far by pressing play below.
KIN4LIFE – “Take Your Clothes Off” music video
Hip-hop duo Kin4Life kicked off this weekend in a majorly sexy way with their new music video “Take Your Clothes Off.” Shot in the beautiful resort town of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, Nor & IQ summoned their fly girlfriends to join them in a party vibe that turned into a steamy hot music video.
I must say that I was surprised to know that they shot a music video in Dominican Republic because that is where I met the lovely Nor & IQ during Inferno DR weekend. I had no clue about a music video. I applaud them for taking advantage of such opportunity which turned out to be a hot project. We had a blast hanging out over the few days spent during those festivities.
If you have never been to Inferno DR weekend or Punta Cana, Kin4Life gives you a nice glimpse of the beauty and the sexy the destination provides with “Take Your Clothes Off.” Trust me, the video is more tasteful than the title suggests. LOL
Don’t hesitate. Press play and get into this hot video below.
Memorial Day weekend is coming up in a few months. It is the beginning of what could be your most memorable summer if you travel to the Caribbean island of St. Maarten with me and my friends at Rubaiyat-SXM (also known as sanjuanbrothas).
sanjuanbrothas (now Rubaiyat-SXM) was the first annual summer destination for gay men of color that took revelers outside of the United States to the lovely island of Puerto Rico. Instead of bringing you back to the island you have become familiar with, the men of Rubaiyat-SXM now takes us to the blissful island of St. Maarten and its neighbors Anguilla and St. Barths.
You are probably thinking that this trip will be very expensive. Comparing the total costs of airfare, hotel, land transportation, parties, events, shopping, excursions, food and drinks, you will discover that this Rubaiyat-SXM travel destination is competitive and, in most cases, cheaper than the other popular Memorial weekend destinations for gay men of color.
Check out the flyer and details below. Read more