Brasstracks is becoming prolific in their ability to add soulful horns to songs in their remixes. This song, originally from Gallant, is a great example of their ability to lift up your day. Bump this one in your dorm room if you’re feeling down and it’s guaranteed to have you grinning.
Mos Def, who recently changed his performance name to Yasiin Bey, revives his old moniker for this track alongside Ski Beatz. The man can spit, no two ways about it. Bump this track and listen to the lyrics of one of hip-hop’s greatest, but least appreciated talents.
Jay Rock’s album “90059” will be hitting the internet on September 4th. The Watts, CA native dropped a single off the album “Easy Bake” to give listeners a taste of what “90059” will entail. Featuring Kendrick Lamar and SZA the track features a new style from Jay Rock, perhaps more in the Future-esque trap direction. The hook is catchy regardless and Jay Rock is not straying far from his hood-rap roots with the song’s content.
This track is classic form from Odesza, an electronic duo consisting of Catacombkid and BeachesBeaches. The tune is set to be released along with their album “In Return (Deluxe Edition)” on September 4th. Enjoy the wavy sounds in this newest Odesza tune.
GoldLink teams up with producer Louie Lastic on this synthy track. The rapper throws down a couple of classic GoldLink verses onto the synthy Louie Lastic beat. Some of GoldLink’s best work to date. For more on the young Washington, D.C. rapper check out his interview on Real Late w/ Rosenberg.
GRiZ has been known for his blend of funky sax lines and bass music in the past. On this new track he tones it down a notch for a low-key banger. GRiZ will be coming on September 4th to the world-famous Red Rocks Amphitheater for his first-ever headlining show at the legendary venue.
Chet Faker’s unique brand of airy vocals and downtempo electronic love songs is quickly finding its niche in a crowded electronic music landscape. This emotional tune was originally released in 2014 on the Japanese release of his debut album Built on Glass. Keep your eye out for new music from Faker in the near future. Also, check out Faker’s Boiler Room set if you’re craving a live look at his music.
Jean Leloup (translates from French to “Jean the Wolf”) is an artist out of Quebec with a funky, African-inspired rhythm. This track is off of Leloup’s latest album, released in 2015. If you can’t speak French you can’t understand the words, but the groovy beat knows no linguistic boundaries.
This new tune from The Cairo Gang is a great way to kick off the weekend! The song gives a summery vibe, with its retro sounds. Definitely worth a listen!
#TBT with a tune to mellow you out as the weekend approaches. This one comes from an up and coming producer named Lanier.
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