Kid Ink Delivers Inspirational Anthem “One Day” [New Music]

Kid Ink chooses to inspire on his latest release “One Day.”

The D.A. Doman produced track is off his new mixtape Rocketshipshawty 2. On the record Ink takes the time to reflect on the current trajectory of his life.

“This life ain’t ever gonna go the way you planned it / Sometimes you gotta take a seat just so you could stand it / And everybody ain’t gon’ understand it.”

With an infectious and aspirational chorus, Ink’s latest is definitely worth adding to your motivational playlists.

Listen to “One Day” below. Rocketshipshawty 2 is due out Sept. 20.

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Kid Ink Wants To “Die In It” [New Music]

With his signature delivery complimented by trap-like production, the Batgang boss dropped all mics as he raps about Aaliyah and Michael Jackson.

“Watch them bitches catch that ‘4 Page Letter’ love / Feeling like MJ with the glitter glove / Pimp slap a ni**a with it.”

“Die in It” is the latest release off Rocketshipshawty 2 and also the last. RSS 2 is the sequel to the 2012 original. The mixtape, that also features “GoldenEye” and “Lamborghini Dreamin’”.


Ayo Jay Premieres Video For Chart-Topping Hit “Your Number”, Set To Perform at Essence’s ‘Street Style Block Party’ [New Video]

RCA Records/One Nation Records emerging singer Ayo Jay releases today the video for his single “Your Number.” The fun and energetic video, which mirrors the viral sensation of the song, was directed by Ben Griffin (Chris Brown, Snoop Dogg, T.I.). The video features a comedic appearance from “The African King of Comedy” Michael Blackson.

The singer will be the solo performer at Essence’s upcoming Street Style Block Party in honor of New York Fashion Week on Saturday, September 10th. Ayo Jay is set to perform his infectious single “Your Number” as well as other music.

“Your Number” is currently #24 on Billboard’s Hot R&B Songs chart and has received over 12.1 million streams on Spotify worldwide. A remix to the song released last week, with features from Chris Brown and Kid Ink.

Listen to “Your Number (Remix)” below:

“Your Number” available on iTunes HERE.


Fetty Wap Connects With Kid Ink On “Roll Some Up” [New Music]

After linking on DJ Mustard‘s “Promise,” Fetty Wap and Kid Ink join forces once more for “Roll Some Up.”

The breezy track of course features Wap’s signature sound and has him singing the hook in the way only the New Jersey artist can. Ink comes in near the end of the song with a verse that compliments Wap’s breathy vocals.

It isn’t clear whether “Roll Some Up” will be on Ink’s upcoming release Summer in the Winter or on Fetty’s follow-up due out in the Fall. Listen to the latest from these two below.

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Lil Durk feat. Kid Ink – “Good Good”

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Teaming up for that “Good Good” comes Lil Durk featuring Kid Ink on an infectious tune just for the ladies.

Scheduled to drop May 1st, Lil Durk will be releasing his project LilDurk2x.

Take a listen to “Good Good” above.

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Fly Visual: Kid Ink feat. Omarion – “Summer In The Winter”


Kid Ink reprises his hit tune “Summer In The Winter” with a dope visual featuring Love & Hip Hop Hollywood’s Omarion.

In the video, the two L.A. cohorts chill beachside, Malibu style and on a yacht with a few beautiful  ladies in tow and some bubbly, while donned in a few winter pieces under the sun. Through their wardrobe, they took the meaning of the song bringing to an eye-catching perspective.

You can cop Kid’s new surprise album [dropped on Christmas Day 2015] Summer In The Winter HERE.

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SFPL Music: Kid Ink Releases New Album ‘Summer In The Winter’, Premieres Video “Blowin Swishers Pt. 2”


In the spirit of Christmas giving, L.A. native Kid Ink releases his brand new album Summer In The Winter.

The project featured artists: Bia, Omarion, Fetty Wap, Akon and Starrah.

Fans, of course are hyped about the new project:

Check out the new video below:

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SFPL Music: Lil Kim – “That B*tch” (Remix)


Lil Kim jumps out the gate with a new remix entitled “That B*tch Remix” over Omarion original track “I’m Up” featuring French Montana and Kid Ink, produced by Nic Nac.

“If I could, i’d get the keys to the jail to free Bobby — we need the real n****s back”, the female vet rapper says about Bobby Shmurda, who recently was denied bail for the second time.

Kim also reunited with Mary J. Blige on Dec. 5th, as they hit the stage at Hot 97 & Footaction‘s Hot 4 The Holidays Concert featuring Busta Rhymes & Friends. The duo performed their classic hit “I Can Love You” at New Jersey’s Prudential Center.

Take a listen to the Queen Bee’s new remix below:

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Fly News: Waka Flocka Flame Release Free Album ‘Flockaveli 1.5’ Today


Today, rapper and LHHATL star Waka Flocka Flame released Flockaveli 1.5 as a completely free download!

The album, executive produced by Southside and featuring production by hit-makers Southside & Metro Boomin (808 Mafia), Terantino, TM88, YK, Black Metaphor, Fuse, B Wheezy and DJ Spinz, is a free 15-song gift to fans that have been patiently waiting for Flockaveli 2.

Producers Southside and Metro Boomin are among the industry’s finest hit-makers of now contributing the biggest smash records of the year including production on Future and Drake’s chart-topping collaborative mixtape “What a Time to be Alive.”

Southside’s latest hits also include Future’s “Fuck Up Some Commas,” “Blow A Bag,” “Slave Master,” and “Rich $ex.” And, Metro Boomin’s most recent hits are courtesy of Kid Ink’s, “Like A Hot Boyy,” and Travis $cott’s “3500.”

Last week, Waka Flocka Flame previewed ‘Flockaveli 1.5’ with releasing “Blue or Red,” a booming street anthem.

As has been reported by several sources, Waka Flocka Flame has made multiple demands to be relieved of his contract with Atlantic Records. He has gone as far as releasing the label’s phone number over his social media channels and asking his fans to call the label and demand his release. Not one to sit idly by, Waka rewards fans that have been patiently waiting for a new album, after significant delays, with 12 brand new records. The artist is referring to this album as ‘Flockaveli 1.5’ hinting to his fans that ‘Flockaveli 2’ is indeed still forthcoming, pending resolution to his dispute with Atlantic Records.

Brick Bronson, President of 36BRICKHOUSE says:

“Waka Flocka Flame and 36BRICKHOUSE are constantly progressing forward. The fans have been waiting for new music from Waka Flocka Flame long enough and we’re going to give it to them.”

And the General, Waka Flocka Flame says to his fans:

“Flockaveli 2 is coming. At every show, my fans ask me for new music so I’m not going to have them wait any longer. Despite whatever issues I have with my label, you’re getting what is basically a whole album as a free download. Introducing Flockaveli 1.5. This is how I say thank you to my fans who’ve been patient and supportive all this time.”

Waka has been touring non-stop for the past few years, most recently with DJ Whoo Kid on the party tour of the year, the Turn Up Godz Tour.

Earlier this year, Waka Flocka Flame delivered “Game On,” featuring Good Charlotte; the theme song for the feature film, Pixels. The record was used by the ABC network during the 2015 NBA Finals.

Take a listen below:


Fly Interview: Singer JR Castro Talks Timbaland, New Music & Performs “Love You Down” for SFPL TV


Singer/Songwriter JR Castro has been creating quite a buzz for himself with his new single/visual “Get Home” featuring Kid Ink & Quavo (of Migos). The official video to the hit song is not only climbing the music charts, but has now reached over 1 million views on Vevo in a matter of 3 weeks. The song was inspired by Faith Evans‘ 1995 cut “Soon As I Get Home”, which you can hear the classic lyrics written by Sean “Puffy” Combs, Carl Thomas and Faith herself, throughout the chorus of the song. Castro also currently has a collaborative tune with Sevyn Streeter & YG entitled “That Shit Go (Up-Down), produced by Polow Da Don.

Recently, the up and coming Las Vegas talent stopped by Stuff Fly People Like‘s very own, SFPL TV to talk about his upcoming debut EP You Executive Produced by Timbaland, his forthcoming mixtape Songs You Were Made To, wanting to work with Quincy Jones, Kehlani and Meelah (formally of 702) and also speaks on the phrase “R&B is dead,” which seems to be a verbal term that is used due to the disappointment of Soul music. In the midst of the interview, Castro also performed the Ready For The World classic, “Love You Down” LIVE.

About Timbaland he says: 

Ah man, it was an outer-earth experience man…he’s an alien! That’s what I call him! He’s great, he’s inspiring, and he just really knows how to really elevate one’s prospective, especially on their approach to music.

About the term “R&B Is Dead”:

I think R&B is confused. I don’t think it’s dead, I just think it’s confused. I think that because Hip-Hop is so dominant that the R&B guys are trying to figure out a way…(as he pause, sighs and thinks of the right words to say)…….It’s like this, I feel like R&B now is “Rap-Melod'” — it’s rap lyrics sung over R&B melodies. You know what I mean? Which, takes away from the essence of R&B. The true core of R&B. That’s what I feel about it — I just think it’s confused.

Check out the FULL interview below and the LIVE performance:

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“Love You Down” (Ready For The World Cover)

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Thanks to JR Castro for stopping by SFPL TV!

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