You’ve been waiting all day for the chance to be alone, and when you get that moment, the vibe’s got to be right. You want to set the mood and impress your boo. Slow jams are too sedated. You’re not sure if you’re ready for the commitment of a “Love Songs” station. Well, our New Hip Hop station has some joints that are perfect for the occasion if you want to turn up before you cupcake.

1. Dreezy – “See What You On”
ClzqNuEUsAAXyFPThe Princess of Chicago Rap has a voice that bounces from rough to smooth, singing and rapping her way into the bedroom on “See What You On.” Hip hop’s new bae is super savage with her flow, but keeps it low profile.
2. DJ Mustard – “Don’t Hurt Me (feat. Nicki Minaj & Jeremih)” 
ClBogWHWYAA7HOCDJ Mustard drops his token club beats for the mix. Recruiting Nicki Minaj and Jeremih to discuss hotel reservations, get ready to drop your keys with the valet. Add some zeros to your thread count and order room service; you may need a late checkout.
3. Belly – “Exotic (feat. Waka Flaka)”
another-day-in-paradiseSlow it down for a minute and make sure to keep it special. Waka Flaka gets you piped up and lets you know that everything unique should be appreciated: “Can’t function if it’s not exotic.”
4. Joe Budden – “Flex (Feat. Tory Lanez & Fabolous)”
CmQVqqvUMAEuaQwSoftening up their roughneck East Coast flow, Joe and Fab add some flavor to the Harlem sound with T Dot’s Tory Lanez singing a soulful ode to flexing on your ex.
5. Joey Purp – “Girls@ (feat. Chance the Rapper)”
7e340da9Let’s drop something special for the ladies. Joey and Chance give a Windy City shoutout to their favorite girls. Bragging over a beat that sounds like it snuck out of the N.E.R.D. Studio, the new Chicago knows what’s up.

Start New Hip Hop on Pandora to hear all these hits and more!

Musicologist

Eclectic electric - I specialize in hip-hop, R&B, soul, funk, reggae, dance and electronic. First record was Sesame Street Fever. First CD was Herbie Hancock’s Future Shock. My alter ego J Boogie produces music, remixes and DJs in nightclubs from San Francisco to New York.

Comments

  1. Sonny Preslar
    July 21, 2016 at 10:49am
    Not a hip hop fan. Like soft easy listening music or music from 5o's and 60's.
    Reply

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