Record Of The Week

Two Music Titans Release their First Collabo and Its Now Our Record of the Week

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Riding the overwhelming success that his recent body of work ‘DAMN’ has so far garnered, Kendrick Lamar practically owned radio airwaves around the world with his track ‘HUMBLE’ and he’s looking to do the same
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More on HBR’s Record of the Week ‘F With You’

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Returning onto the scene with a banger worthy of being named HBR’s Record of the Week, Kid Ink most definitely does not disappoint on the single ‘F With You’. Sampling the classic single that is
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What Will This Week’s Record-of-The-Week Be?

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HBR’s Record-of-the-Week is normally the freshest banger out there. It represents the very urban and new-school sound that is the heart beat of this generation.¬† We’ve featured some of the world’s greatest emcees, singers and
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More About The New Record Of The Week, ‘Selfish’ by PnB Rock

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Hot on the heels of Drake’s ‘Madiba Riddim’, we officially have named a new Record of the Week and it is PnB Rock’s ‘Selfish’. Released in December of 2016, PnB said the song came about
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HBR Record of the Week: Drake ‘Madiba Riddim’

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It’s the 6th jam off of Drake’s latest and highly talked about body of work ‘More Life’ and it’s affectionately been titled after South African icon Nelson Mandela (known to many as Madiba). In this
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‘Atiyo-Matek’ By Oksyde & Khaligraph Jones

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This week’s record of the week features two former Jump Off freshmen Oksyde and Khaligraph Jones. It’s the jam called ‘Atiyo Matek’ which is enjoying plenty of airplay and whose video was brought to you
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This Week’s Record of the Week Unveiled!

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It was a great one week of enjoying Calvin Harris’s ‘SLIDE’ as record of the week but this week, it’s Muthoni Drummer Queen’s turn to sit on the throne as HBR’s top track of the
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Calvin Harris – ‘Slide’

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RECORD OF THE WEEK || ‘SLIDE’ BY CALVIN HARRIS¬†   It’s the jam that debuted at number 4! And why? Well what else could have been the outcome if you put Frank Ocean, Migos and
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