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The R&B crooner takes it to the 90s on his latest single.
Introduce yourself to the masked individual.
Featuring Meek Mill and production from Salaam Remi, DJ Dahi, Key Wane, and more.
Watch the action-packed clip off the super-producer's GRAMMY nominated LP.
The legendary producer - who has worked with the likes of Nas, Lauryn Hill, Amy Winehouse, TLC, Miguel, and a host of other acclaimed artists - releases his own solo effort, a compilation featuring the likes of Akon, Corrine Bailey Rae, Ne-Yo, Estelle, Stephen Marley, and many more. Check out the stream down bottom, and
This is hella dope. Easily my pick for the best song to come out today. This track will find life on Salaaam's project One: In The Chamber, which drops September 30th.
With Salaam Remi on the production tip, Diddy and Loso assist Ne-Yo on the latest cut from his upcoming album, R.E.D., due out November 6th. Shouts to Lowkey. PREVIOUS: Ne-Yo – Forever Now
Nothing like some previously unreleased music from Ms. Sullivan to keep the Monday rolling.
A brand new Amy Winehouse track cracks the surface. Making this the third posthumous release from the late UK R&B sensation's catalogue of unreleased material. In comparison to her other previous posthumous releases, this is the definition of a stand out piece of recording history. SHAKE UPDATE: For those that aren't aware, Lioness: Hidden Treasures
Director Jason Goldwatch gives us a glimpse of some BTS footage of Nas' latest return-of-the-boom-bap joint, Nasty while out in Queensbridge. Word on the curb is the video will be premiered this week. Support and cop it on iTunes. Was that Biz Markie I spotted? PREVIOUS: Nas - Nasty BTS (Pictures)
Amy Winehouse shares the cover of VIBE's Aug/Sept issue alongside Kelly Rowland; and long time friend/producer Salaam Remi shares his final days with the lost songstress. Check an excerpt below then be sure to pick up the issue on August 16th. I’m in London now. I’m out here because [Amy and I] were supposed to go
Photo: Salaam Remi Here's a few selections of what I consider my favorite productions by Salaam Remi, spanning from '91 - '95, in consecutive order.