South Korean superstar Jay Park debuts his new U.S. single from his forthcoming joint venture album with Roc Nation. As a certified superstar overseas, Jay has established two successful labels of his own — AOMG and H1gher — but now wants to conquer the market Stateside. Today he debuts “Soju” with 2 Chainz. Soju is South Korea’s most popular spirit — a rice based liquor that is readily at any local conveniant store in S.K.

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Jorja Smith debuts a new track from her upcoming debut album Lost & Found which is slated for release on June 8th. Listen to “February 3rd” below.

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Taz Arnold is the stylish leading member of the alternative hip-hop group Sa-Ra and creator of the brand TI$A (Taz Is So Arnold). Aside from his work with Sa-Ra and affiliation to Kanye West during his rise in the mid-2000s, the South L.A. creative was a major contributor to Kendrick Lamar’s critically-acclaimed To Pimp A Butterfly LP. Taz now steps into the limelight with a new solo track called “Hella.” Featuring fellow L.A. natives Anderson. Paak and Ty Dolla $ign, the song is out now on iTunes, released independently via TI$A Studios/EMPIRE.

Hear the uptempo record below.

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YG’s third studio album Stay Dangerous is slated to drop on June 22 via Def Jam Records. The Compton rapper has recently being collaborating with the likes of Cardi B, 2 Chainz, Post Malone and Belly. Speaking of the 2 Chainz, YG pulls in his “Proud” collaborator for a second time, this go around on his new single “Big Bank.” Produced by DJ Mustard, the summer banger also features guest verses from Nicki Minaj and Big Sean.

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Along with Nas, Kid Cudi, and Teyana Taylor, G.O.O.D. Music President Pusha T escaped to Kanye West’s Wyoming studio getaway to lock in and work on music. For Pusha T, the end result was his third solo LP, DAYTONA. The first of five albums to come this summer executive produced by Kanye West, DAYTONA serves as a follow-up to 2015’s King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude. Coming in at seven tracks, the project features guest appearances by Kanye West (“What Would Meek Do?”) and Rick Ross (“Hard Piano”).

The sampled-heavy album features artwork that cost $85,000 to use, a photograph of the late Whitney Houston’s drug-covered bathroom. In celebration of the album’s release, Apple Music have announces the first episode of Pusha T’s newly launched King Push Radio show on Beats 1 starting on Friday at 1 p.m. EST. Out now on iTunes, stream DAYTONA below.

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After a long roll-out and much anticipation, A$AP Rocky’s new album has finally arrived. TESTING serves as the Harlem artist/designer’s third studio LP and first since 2015’s AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP. Coming in at 15 songs, TESTING includes the singles “ASAP Forever” and “Distorted Records.” Frank Ocean, Moby, Lauryn Hill, Diddy, Kid Cudi, Skepta, FKA Twigs, Kodak Black, Playboi Carti, Dev Hynes, French Montana, Juicy J and Snoop Dogg make guest appearances.

The A$AP Mob leader taps Boys Noize, Boi-1da, Jim Jonsin, Clams Casino, Hector Delgado, FNZ, Rico Love and Dean Blunt on the production side. Out now on iTunes, stream TESTING in its entirety below.

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Casanova recently announced he’s joining Def Jam Records, remaining at Roc Nation for management purposes. The Brooklyn rapper’s street anthem “Set Trippin” is one of this year’s hardest songs out, and now Casanova is back with its follow-up. On “Go BestFriend 2.0,” Nova 2x recruits G-Eazy and Rich the Kid on the strip club ready song sure to do some damage in the clubs this summer. Get it on iTunes and listen below.

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Zaytoven has been one of the leaders in creating Atlanta’s sound, delivering hits for many stars. The hitmaking producer calls on some of his well-known collaborators for his Trap Holizay debut album. Released via a newly signed deal with Motown Records, Trap Holizay is lead by the singles a href=”http://www.missinfo.tv/index.php/zaytoven-what-you-think-video-feat-ty-dolla-sign-jeremih-oj-da-juiceman/” rel=”noopener” target=”_blank”>“What You Think” featuring Ty Dolla Sign, Jeremih and OJ Da Juiceman, and “Go Get the Money” with T.I., Rick Ross, Yo Gotti and Pusha T.

Gucci Mane, Future, Trey Songz, Offset, Lil’ Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Kodak Black and more make guest appearances on the album, out now on iTunes. Stream it in full below.

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In anticipation of his new album Daytona releasing in a few hours, Pusha T is busy on a promo run in New York City. After sitting down with Angie Martinez, The Clipse member made stops to HOT 97’s morning show and Genius’ For the Record with Rob Markman. Throughout both conversations, Pusha T speaks on his new album, the decision to make it seven songs only, the heavy sample use on Daytona, his role as an activist, Kanye West’s political views and support of Trump, the reason Pusha T stood by Hilary Clinton, his relationship with Rick Ross, wanting Meek Mill for the song “What Would Meek Do?,” his thoughts on the current state of Hip-Hop, Lil’ Baby and Gunna being his favorite artists right now, and more.

The most intriguing subject during both discussions was Drake, a person Pusha T has directed subliminal verses at in past years. The President of G.O.O.D. Music decided to speak in-depth on his issues with the Canadian superstar.

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Smoke DZA’s Not for Sale album came out last month, and included “The Hook Up.” On that song, The Kush God brought in some west coast flavor by bringing in DOM Kennedy and Cozz to join the action. The Harlem spitter now heads to the left coast in the song’s official video, breezing through sunny Los Angeles with DOM Kennedy. The duo later link up with Cozz, as the trio enjoy the sights, sounds and women California has to offer.

Watch below.

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