HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! to these records that have made a major mark in the history of music. 1991 gave birth to a plethora of amazing records that have had, even today, a large impact on how we function today as music-heads. From the fashion to the melodies; the 90's will always have a special place in our hearts. Below is the list of the records in this weeks music mix; if you feel the need to look at your cultural beginnings, lol. [you know you want too!] ENJOY!!

oh P.S. - In case you didn't know these records are 26 years old... im going to let that sink in lol

- luv joi

Chris Brown - "Privacy"

CB wastes no time getting to the point on the sultry single produced by D.A. Doman, and it’s all about getting the apple of his eye home for some alone time. The R-rated bedroom banger finds Breezy back in baby-making mode, seducing his girl with all the right moves and unapologetically raunchy lines

The singer gave the world a preview on Instagram when he released visuals of him and Brooklyn rapper Casanova in the studio performing the record.

Stream it here below.. 

Drake - "More Life"

It was back in October on his 30th birthday is when Drake first announced More Life,

“I’m off like mixtapes, I want to do a playlist. I want to give you a collection of songs that become the soundtrack to your life, so this More Life: The Playlist…All original music from me. You might hear some tunes from the family on there. Just really excited…And most people would like go probably take a break, but for me I just want to get right back to it. Be with the people again.”

6 months and numerous album release date changes later, Drake’s “More Life” has come to fruition. Premiering on episode 39 of OVO Sound Radio via Apple Music, Drake offers up 17 records for us to enjoy all year long. He’s not by himself though. Drizzy recruited the likes of Black CoffeeJorja SmithGiggsSamphaQuavoTravis ScottKanye West, 2 ChainzYoung Thug, and PartyNextDoor for this “Playlist”.

You can stream “More Life” below via Apple Music, or purchase on iTunes here.

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Nick Minaj Ft. Drake, Lil Wayne - "No Frauds"

Nicki Minaj, currently in the City of Lights for Paris Fashion Week releases 3 new tracks "No Frauds", "Changed It", and "Regret In Your Tears" under the hashtag #3PackFromPARIS. Nicki reunites with longtime associates and label mates Drake and Lil Wayne.

It’s unclear whether the tracks are part of a larger project, though Minaj has mentioned plans to release a new album later this year, or if its shots at Bronx female MC Remy Ma.

You be the judge, stream a preview of "No Frauds" below.. 

Remy Ma - "Shether" (Nicki Minaj Diss)

Get ready to rumble! Remy Ma has kicked off the weekend by lyrically obliterating Nicki Minaj with “SHETHER” over the instrumental to Nas’ 2001 Jay Z diss, “Ether.”

The new record came immediately after Nicki Minaj seemingly dissed Remy Ma on her latest song with Gucci Mane called “Make Love” where she compared the Bronx rap star to a Nokia phone, calls her jealous, a bum and a flop and questions her royalty in Hip Hop.

The Bronx female MC claps back though! Check it out below.. 

Gucci Mane Ft. Nicki Minaj - "Make Love"

Gucci Mane's prolific post-prison output continued last night with the release of his new single, “Make Love". The new joint reunites Guwop with Nick Minaj; Gucci notably appeared on her breakthrough 2009 mixtape Beam Me Up Scotty

Guwop and Nicki reunite on record for the first time in seven years with "Make Love," the first single from Gucci Mane's upcoming Droptop Wop project.

Minaj appears on the second half of "Make Love" to deliver a feisty verse that takes aim at an unnamed challenger to her throne, rumored to be Bronx native Remy Ma. Stream what Nicki had to say below.. 

Future - "Hndrxx"

Just seven days removed from the release of his self-titled album, Future decides to pull the unthinkable & drop off a second project in as many weeks called HNDRXX. 

HNDRXX is more personal,” he said in the interview with Zane Lowe. “This is the ‘Honest’ album I was supposed to be honest about.” “This is me, this is me opening up.”

Available on iTunes, fans can now stream Future’s second album in the past seven days via Spotify right now. What's your favorite track?

Jacquees & Dej Loaf - Fuck a Friend Zone

Dej Loaf and Atlanta producer/singer Jacquees have just dropped their first joint mixtape, "Fuck a Friend Zone." The 12-track collection is led by the single, "Deeper" which adequately expresses the vibe of the entire project.

"It was real dope working with DeJ on this project. I ain't never went in the studio with nobody and created a vibe like this... The music we created is that real feel good music . I couldn't wait for the fans to hear and feel like it's another level for me in my career and a sound people not expecting from her. I hope everybody enjoys it as much as we do", said the Cash Money singer about Dej Loaf

Stream "Fuck a Friend Zone" below..

Kehlani - "SweetSexySavage"

This week, Kehlani looks to solidify her place in the industry with the Jan. 27 release of her highly anticipated debut studio LP, SweetSexySavage. It’s been a long journey met with some bumps in the road, but the 21-year-old has proved that she’s more than capable of handling the challenge. 

On SweetSexySavageKehlani explores the guilt and shamelessness in dealing with ephemeral relationships and the shifty decisions that lead to them end prematurely. Whether its the jarringly frank come-ons of “Distraction” or the internal frustrations of “Advice” in which she muses in detail on her failings as a person, she manages to come across as wise and self-aware beyond her years

Wale & Lil Wayne - "Running Back"

Wale and Lil Wayne have teamed up to collaborate on a new single entitled, "Running Back". To promote the football metaphoric song, the two artists performed the single on ESPN's First Take, where the artists teased fans with the unreleased futuristic single through a colorful performance. Years ago, Wayne remixed Wale's "Nike Boots," but the two have never officially worked together in this capacity. After much anticipation for the song's official release, the song is now available to listeners on all streaming platforms. "Running Back" is slated to appear on the D.C. rapper's fifth studio album, S.H.I.N.E., expected to drop sometime this year. Confirmed tracks on the album include "Running Back" and "My PYT"

Fabolous & Trey Songz - "Trappy New Years"

Fabolous and Trey Songz are wishing their fans a “Trappy New Years” with the release of a new mixtape.

The six-song EP features the duo’s versions of some of 2016’s biggest songs including’s Migos’ “Bad and Boujee,” Future and Drake’s “Used To This” and Travis Scott’s “Pick Up The Phone.”

Check out the "Trappy New Years stream", tracklist and cover art below.