With the KXNG Crooked and Statik Selektah collaborative album Statik KXNG due in exactly two weeks, the pair share the gritty Termanology assisted “Let’s Go.”
Miguel provides a little audible invigoration, releasing a remix of the album cut “Waves” with GOOD Music rapper Travi$ Scott in tow. It marks the first time Scott and Miguel have connected on record. Hear the remix for “Waves” above, and if you’ve yet to cop Miguel’s Wildheart, we implore you to do so on iTunes today.
Sene drops some heat that not only has him back to rhyming, but coming through with a sound we haven’t heard from him. We go from BK to LA to Atlanta on “Okie Dokie” with a feature from Blu as well as Awful Records’ Keithcharles Spacebar. Geek Session handles the production while the three emcees take turns rippin’ this laid back jam. Hopefully more new sene music is on the way.
Last night, the Harlem rhymer dropped off a brand new single featuring Pharrell. Grab a copy of his At.Long.Last.A$AP LP on iTunes today.
Anderson Paak and Ty Dolla $ign have joined forces to bring an extra level of feels to BJ The Chicago Kid‘s “Church.” The remix finds the trio bringing the slow knock of the cut to a crawl, lacing it with syrupy vocal slides and a piercing snare. Hear the full-bodied rework of “Church” above, and pre-order BJ The Chicago Kid’s In My Mind on iTunes today ahead of its February 19th release.
From February 5th to 7th, J Dilla’s mother, Maureen “Ma Dukes” Yancey will be presenting the second annual J Dilla Weekend festival in Miami, FL, celebrating the life and legacy of the legendary artist. In anticipation of the event, we present a mix in promotion of Dilla’s latest posthumous release, Dillatronic, by one of the finest DJ’s out there, J. Rocc. You can grab your ticket by hitting the link.
For Most People in New York, Park Avenue is a wide New York City boulevard which carries north and southbound traffic in the borough of Manhattan. For AG DA CORONER “Park Avenue” is a long time coming, the first single off his debut album that has been a life time in the making. It only made sense that the single be co-produced by his Manager, Polo Pirate (1/2 of Rolodex Propaganda) as well as feature his long time collaborator Action Bronson and the man who signed him to Man Bites Dog Records, Roc Marciano. Let this aperitif cleanse your pallet, for the main course “Sip The Nectar” will be served shortly.
While you lay your head to rest last night, young Sweat took to his Soundcloud page to share some new sounds. The evening began with the release of “Wind In My Sails”; a chipmunk soul slathered production from Madlib & Flying Lotus, featuring a few diabolical bars from the former Odd Future cohort. After a few hours passed, Earl dropped off a pair of dissonant self produced instrumentals for the beat junkies of the world. “Bary” finds Earl chopping and screwing Kanye West‘s “Barry Bonds,” while “SKRT SKRT” seems to be a more tranquil offering from the typically brooding rapper. Hear three new joints from Earl Sweatshirt above. Hold tight for his next transmission.
The weekend blizzard hit the East Coast hard. In fact, it was so bad, the streets in New York City were shut down, but it didn’t stop these Youtubers from taking to the streets and snowboarding. Over the weekend, Casey Neistat and Jesse Wellens took a Jeep Wrangler out in the streets, pulling a snowboard and a skier behind them and filming this epic video.
Soulection’s new show on Beats 1 is proving to be one of the hottest in all of Internet radio. On January 23rd, the show’s hosts, label A&R and DJ Joe Kay and producer Sango, unveiled a brand new record from Jhené Aiko titled “B’s & H’s.” “B’s & H’s” is Aiko’s first new music since she covered a couple of Disney songs in September. The song is produced by L.A. duo Fisticuffs, who have worked extensively on each of Aiko’s three albums, the most recent being Souled Out, released in September 2014.
Today, we’re graced with the premiere of a fresh new take on “All My Friends,” remixed by Soulection‘s own Jarreau Vandal. Vandal makes the cut his own, alchemizing a cerebral sonic suite out of grand piano chords, punctuating percussion and pulsing synthesizers. Stream Jarreau Vandal’s glitched out and gorgeous flip of Snakehips, Chance The Rapper and Tinashe’s colossally dope collaboration “All My Friends” above, and let us know your thoughts on the remix.
Wiz lets go of the long anticipated “Bake Sale” with Travis Scott. The track is produced by TM88, Juicy J, Lex Luger, DJ Spinz & Crazy Mike. KHALIFA drops February 5th. You can pre-order it here.
Today, the duo have released for free download a new track, technically a sequel to the 2005 release, “White Privilege.” Musically, the song is actually a grand and impressive composition, recruiting the likes of Jamila Woods, Nikkita Oliver, Hollis Wong-Wear, Georgia Roberts, Evan Flory-Barnes, Ahamefule J. Oluo and more for a lush, orchestrally led near 9 minute piece. Listen above and let us know what you think of the track.
Mick Jenkins returns with yet another freebie, reworking TheSenseiBlue‘s space-age love song, “On The Map” with a little help from BADBADNOTGOOD. Together they strip down the cut with Jenkins stretching out as a vocalist, crooning and rapping a bit. This’ll certainly hold us over until either of these entities hit us with a new project.
Today, a remix of “Black Skinhead” has found its way to the internet, featuring heavy contributions from Miley Cyrus and Travi$ Scott, transforming the savagery of “Black Skinhead” into something more pristine altogether. Sonically, you have Miley belting the the hook to Tears For Fears’ classic “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” interspersed with some assists from Scott, all over a production that marries The Neptunes sound with Lonerism era Tame Impala. It’s a fresh take of a Yeezus standout, and it’s available for you to hear above.
DJ Rahdu commemorates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with the Mental Evolution Three mix featuring tracks from Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment, Kendrick Lamar, Farnell Newton, Tall Black Guy, DJ Jazzy Jeff, D’Angelo & The Vanguard, Jose James, Oddisee and more. The latest installment in the Mental Evolution series, this mix is a carefully selected compilation of tracks that speak to the continued struggle for civil rights and equality for all people.