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 . . .
This is one of the best things I’ve seen on a Tuesday morning in a considerable amount of time. Guest feature Kendrick Lamar is back in the building, and this time he hopped on the remix to Future‘s “Mask Off.” The flutes are having a good run right now. This track was originally premiered on . . .
If you don’t have a 9 to 5 dead end career by now don’t let your puritanical baby boomer relatives or sycophant gen-xers know you’re eating avacado toast. Chasing passions outside the corporate structure is a balancing act between thrill and security, passion and obligation. In the end everything is work, the denominator is whether . . .
Regardless of whether you enjoyed Broccoli City Festival 2017, or felt like you were missing out the fun, it’s great to hear that the Broccoli City family will be back in action with the Smile Project Carnival and Concert! This is a family friendly event with Universal Fairs at RFK Festival Grounds in Washington D.C. It’s a . . .