New year, new music of course. The staff at First Klass stays on top of our new music, and we’re always excited to share what we’re listening to. We keep our ears open for new music, but we also still listen to our fair share of oldies. Take a look at what we’re currently listening to below, and feel free to share what you’re listening to.

Reggie: Founder and Editor-in-Chief of FKBonline


There’s so much music coming out these days, but it’s been making me go back to listen to the oldies for some reason. I like to keep that kind of balance.

Gucci Mane: The Return of East Atlanta Santa

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Gucci released 3 albums last year. The Return of East Atlanta Santa may be my favorite from the bunch, and he keeps showing that he’s just getting better. And that “Drove U Crazy” track with Bryson Tiller is gonna heat up the winter with no problem.

Big Sean: “Moves”

This track is everything to me. I kind of hate how short it is, but that also gives it the replay value. Not to mention the video’s creative level is off the charts. Mike Carson killed that.

Taana Gardner: “Heartbeat”

And here’s that old school I was talking about. I find myself waking up and needing to hear this song every other morning to get the day right. It’s 10 minutes of bliss. DMX also happened to flip it in an incredible way.

Big Daddy Kane: “Young Gifted And Black”

Big Daddy Kane recently did a show, and he couldn’t understand why people had their phones out recording the experience, instead of actually experiencing the moment. He decided to focus his phone on himself as he performed his classic  “Young Gifted And Black,” and I loved the moment so much I went back to the song. It’s been inescapable all week for me.

Migos feat. Lil Uzi Vert: “Bad and Boujee”

After Donald Glover shouted them out yesterday at The Golden Globes, word is The Migos racked in another 67 million plays on Spotify of their current hit. I already had it in rotation, but this is a special moment. The song has a whole new energy.