– For the 2017 installment of the Adult Swim Singles Program, the network has announced their plan to release 52 new tracks over the next 52 weeks.

For the past 7 years, Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim has stockpiled an impressive collection of various musicians, producers, and rappers for their Singles Program. However, this year, Adult Swim has set an ambitious goal for themselves that will surely be a pleasure to witness. They intend to stack the 2017 Singles Program track listing with 52 original songs every week for the next year.

The roster for the upcoming year include Oddisee, Waka Flocka Flame, Run the Jewels, Migos, Jay Electronica, Flying Lotus, DOOM, Thundercat, Knxwledge, Shabazz Palaces, G Perico, Nef the Pharoah, Jay IDK, Maxo Kream, and more.

The 2017 Singles Program has been kicked off with “Post To”, produced by Zaytoven featuring Twista, Yung LA, and the late Bankroll Fresh.

Keep track of the weekly releases at the Adult Swim Singles Program site and check out the full roster of contributing artists below.

Anna Meredith
Big Freedia
Brian Eno
Code Orange
Colin Stetson
Dinosaur Jr.
DOOM ft. Jay Electronica
Downtown Boys
Flying Lotus
G Perico
Helado Negro
Jacques Greene
Julia Holter
Julian Casablancas + The Voidz
Juliana Barwick
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
Low End Theory (Daddy Kev, Nobody, The Gaslamp Killer & D-Styles)
Maxo Kream
Moor Mother
Nef the Pharaoh
Nick Hook
Run The Jewels
SAD13 [Sadie Dupuis] Sevdaliza
Shabazz Palaces

Spark Master Tape
Tanya Tagaq
The JuJu Exchange
Tim Hecker
Venetian Snares
Waka Flocka Flame
Washed Out
Witch Mountain
Wolves in the Throne Room
YFN Lucci
Your Old Droog
Zaytoven ft. Yung La, Bankroll Fresh, and Twista
Zeal & Ardor
Zola Jesus

Written by DJ Robinson

With the hottest song in the country and their Culture album finally arriving, Migos have been hitting the scene hard. Just last week the trio performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live where they received recognition from the host for having a stronger weed scent than any other guest on his show – most notably, Willie Nelson and Snoop Dogg. However, who would have ever expected Migos to take their Culture campaign to a university lecture hall?

Colleges and universities have been more and more liberal about offering courses of study centered on hip-hop culture. I mean, it’s going to become pretty hard not to seeing that the genre has already spread across every continent with no slowdown in sight. In fact, Philly just recently had The Institute of Hip-Hop Entrepreneurship open its doors.

300 Entertainment, Quality Control, Nue Agency, and the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music are listed as the hosts of the event while Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset will be filling in the “professor” role. The intimate discussion will be held in NYU’s Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Film Center and will include a breakdown of Migos’ impact on music, fashion, pop culture, and more.

Culture was released today, but, if you need another preview into the project, check out its latest single, “What The Price”, below.

Written by Devin Robinson Jr.

Bryzone_YBP douces the Migos latest flamer “Bad and Boujee” like none other. With flavor fueled by jazzy samples of Michael Jackson‘s “Lady In My Life“, his rendition of the rap-trio’s hit gives it a bit more distinguished, suave component.

Both semi-nostalgic and fresh, the budding producer even took his time to diligently better the timing of Lil Uzi’s Vert tremendously unappealing verse. Meshing two bangers stretched decades apart, BryZone‘s remix is definitely worthy of being played at high volumes. Its impossible for anyone not to dig this shit – unless you just hate life. Same steez as always, if you dig the vibe, pass it around. Ain’t no fun ‘les the homies get some..

Written by Rod McCoy