Lil Wayne is on a roll this month. After making amends with Birdman, the rapper went on to feature on 2 Chainz’s newest mixtape Felt Like Cappin. Now the rap icon is making a comeback with his latest single “Cry Out (Amen).” The track isn’t what you expect from Wayne, he digs into his old flow and lays out meaningful lyrics to a soulful beat. Listen to the song up top. [Miss Info]

Vince Staples hopped on Australian producer Flume’s newest single “Smoke & Retribution.” Vince, being the talented rapper he is, adapted easily to the Popesque track and killed the song. Check out the dope track above featuring vocals from Kučka. [Miss Info]

Keke Palmer is truly having one hell of a year. The singer is not only starring in Grease: Live Sunday on Fox, but she also has an Indie film with John Boyega. In the midst of her busy schedule, the star was still able to hop on a track with Jon Connor to advocate for the water crisis happening in Flint, Michigan right now. Listen to the powerful track “Fresh Water for Flint” above. [Miss Info]

One of Vice’s filmmakers Andy Capper travels the world to create one of the most insightful music documentary series called NOISEY. The series, hosted by correspondent Zach Goldbaum delves into music from all around the world and its influence on present-day culture. Watch the trailer for the new series [Miss Info]

On the Australian-based Triple J podcast, we hear Danny Brown talk about upcoming plans for his new album. Although the artist said he couldn’t say to much about the project, he did say ,”I’m comfortable with the music I’ve been making and what I’ll be releasing. I’m able to sleep good at night right now.” He also mentioned some big name artists he’s been working with. This will be Danny’s follow up to his 2013 album. Listen to the interview above. [Miss Info]

SOURCE: Miss Info