Kendrick Lamar‘s “Sing About Me” was one of the most intimate, personal songs on good kid, m.A.A.d city. Kendrick told several powerful narratives in gripping fashion, assisted by Skhye Hutch and Sounwave‘s emotive production. Brooklyn-based producer Soft Glas switched things up beautifully, remixing the song with beautiful instrumentation that might be echoing through your head . . .
I’ve really started to look forward to Dave East‘s remixes, which is not something I can say for a lot of emcees these days. He really sounds hungry on every single verse. For his latest takeover, he grabs the beat to Kodak Black‘s “Skrilla” and turns it into “Deposits.” The results? Fire. Watch the video . . .
“You’ve never heard anything like this.” “Truly unique.” “One of a kind.” …what is this, Michell, a subpar PR interview? No, this is actually how I feel about this Sir Hiss record. “Grand Bazaar” sounds like how I imagine it would feel to chug a Four Loko, sprint through a market in a Saudi Arabian . . .
I heard of Shady for the first time today, as I was scrolling through my feed today. He’s based in Switzerland, and he has a style of production that is worth stopping to talk about. He has a playlist of five instrumentals, released anywhere from a month to two years ago, with influences that include . . .
Out now, stream Cyhi The Prynce’s debut album ‘No Dope On Sundays’ After earning years of credits riddled through GOOD Music, it’s time for CyHi the Prynce‘s solo debut. He drops the 15-track No Dope On Sundays album. Features include Pusha T, ScHoolboy Q, 2 Chainz, Estelle, Kanye West, Travis Scott and more. Stream below.