Raz Simone drops off the visuals today for another track that will live on his upcoming Cognitive Dissonance: Part 2 project. “Let It Go” was produced by Raz and Jake Crocker, while the visuals were directed by Xavier Ruffin.
Rather than release a few singles and then drop the official tape, Raz has decided to use Cognitive Dissonance: Part 2 to create a new album listening experience for his fans. For the next 10 weeks, the Seattle wordsmith will drop a new track every Tuesday – “Let It Go” is the second drop, following the release of “Cheap Money” back in October. The complete Cognitive Dissonance: Part 2 will be available for download on January 28, 2015, once Raz has premiered each song individually.
Be sure to give Cognitive Dissonance: Part 1 a listen if you haven’t already, as the tape is definitely one of my personal favorites from this year. And while you’re at it, check out the other Black Umbrella releases from 2014: Sam Lachow’s Huckleberry and 80 Bars EP.
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The re-release of Beyonce’s self-titled album has official hit stores and this is a stream of the full project, including both old and new tracks. Collaborations on the LP include features by Pharrell, Jay Z, Kanye West, Frank Ocean, Nicki Minaj, Mr. Vegas & more. Cop the album now via iTunes to get the bonus video performance footage from the Queen B’s latest tour.
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