Song of the Day: Who Hurt You (Daniel Caesar Remix) – A1

Before slamming down his latest fiery take on DaBaby’s x Blocboy JB’s joint ‘Mini Van’, New York’s spitter A1 dropped an unusually smooth (but pleasing) freestyle over Daniel Caesar’s after hours number, ‘Who Hurt You’, earning a spot on the blog’s today hotspot.

Check it out below…


New Track: Yao Ming (Gunna Remix) – A1

New York spitter, A1 slams another fiery freestyle, this time over Gunna’s track ‘Yao Ming’ .

The latest freestyle is the first release from his new tape series entitled #TrapTuesdayz – look out for that!

In the meantime, check out this slamming joint below:

Song of the Day: Lifted -LTC

LTC delivers a remake of Kanye West’s track ‘Lift Yourself’.

‘Lifted’ obtains the rich soulful vocals featured in the original, where the Kentucky based spitter adds some extra spice through his impeccable flow, promoting unity and eliminating hate.

Check it below:

New Music Video: Green X Purple (Travis Scott Remix) – A1

A1 performs over Travis Scott’s ‘Green & Purple’ ft Playboi Carti beat. The freestyle is featured on his latest mixtape ‘#A1MONDAYS2’, now available on

For now, check out the visual for the blazing cover.

Song of the Day: Don’t Get Me Wrong (Cover) – Sophia Marshall

SOPHIA MARSHALL’s busy year continues with her latest release, ‘Smells Like Rubber’, a two-track homage to Chrissie Hynde, The Pretenders, living and working in a man’s world, and making no apologies for any of it.

‘Smells Like Rubber’ – who knows where that came from – but whatever the titular inspiration, it’s the songs that matter, and ‘Smells Like Rubber’, contains two classics from The Pretenders’ canon: ‘Don’t Get Me Wrong’ and ‘I Go To Sleep’ (the latter written by Ray Davies, but never recorded by The Kinks), both originally released in the ‘80s, and both utterly timeless.

‘Don’t Get Me Wrong’ make it to today’s Song of the Day spot for its spine tinglingly feather-light and rootsy treatment on a classic that became a top ten hit in the US and UK back in 1986.

Any The Pretenders fans will find this version a delight…go ahead and have a listen…and if you like what you hear, be sure to check out Sophia’s  Kasabian inspired ‘lin-dah’ EP, released last month –  click here.