Rozwell is truly a guy with a unique vision for his music. His latest drop, “Block Game,” is a great example of why he’s such a special talent. The Virginia native uses both sound and silence to great effect. He handles writing, vocals, and production all on his own. With autotune-assisted singing, he makes it clear . . .
Shlohmo is probably most known for his work with Jeremih, but he’s been in the game for years, crafting syrupy concoctions and dropping attention grabbing remixes. He makes his mark once more with Vol. XXVII of his “For Tha Summer” mix, which features remixes of everything from Mobb Deep‘s “Shook Ones, Pt. II” to Soulja . . .
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 . . .
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard Metro Boomin‘s distinct production on “Mask Off.”Jamaica bred, Toronto-based producer Krs took things into his own hands with his latest edit, lacing the catchy single with future bounce and dancehall influences to give us a fresh new feel. Stream Krs’s “Mask Off” edit below.
Scottish producer Calvin Harris recruits Atlanta superstar Future and El Paso rising star Khalid for his funky, catchy new single, “Rollin.” The three display solid chemistry, as Future and Khalid take turns handling vocals over Harris’s layered production. Harris’s forthcoming project,, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, will feature guest appearances from the likes of ScHoolboy . . .
Danish producer Vera is probably a new name to many, but songs like “In And Out Of Love” are certainly worth spreading the word about. With the help of melancholy vocals from an unnamed friend, he crafts a sonically adventurous, melodically complex number that draws from jazz and electronic influences. Stream “In And Out Of Love” . . .
Maroon 5 dropped the “Cold” single featuring Future in February. It’s time unleash a remix for the track including another ATLien, Gucci Mane. Stream below.
I think my ultimate goal is to find music that make me scrunch up my face when it drops. West1ne made me do that with his frenetic, swirling instrumental release, “Kondo.” It’s fast paced, full of bass, and full of unpredictable twists and turns to keep you guessing as your head continues to bob in . . .
Lido is primarily known as a producer, but he’s been flexing his expanded skillset as of late on records such as “Solsbury Hill.” This is a futuristic pop song, full of relatable lyricism and polished vocals, all over top of the syrupy, melody-driven brand of production that made Lido pop in the first place. I . . .
Mike WiLL Made It‘s Ransom 2 project drops on March 24th, and “Razzle Dazzle” just might be an indication of what to expect. Featuring a guest appearance from Future, this one is a percussion-heavy banger with some verses that toe the line between vulnerable introspection and cocky boasts. Stream “Razzle Dazzle” below.
“A little stronger, a little wiser. Maybe a little more violent. Blame it on America.” Rick Ross‘s Rather You Than Me is only days away from releasing, and he seems to be on the way to another successful release, especially with the premiere of “Dead Presidents,” featuring Future, Jeezy and Yo Gotti. This is the . . .
After two successful back to back albums, Future‘s having a great start to 2017. He keeps the buzz going with a new video for “Use Me” today. The Atlanta-based superstar takes us back to the heartfelt HNDRXX highlight with a dramatic video that matches the song’s subject matter. There are a lot of new Future . . .
Disclaimer: I am a fan of Future’s music and have been longer than most people that will be upset by this article. If you’re the type of person that believes most things are never “that deep”, or the kind of person that enjoys using phrases like “fake outrage,” you might want to stop reading here. . . .
Ariana Grande released her Dangerous Woman album in May of 2016. Now we get the video for the Future featuring single, “Everyday.” This video is awesome in that it seems like they put caution to the wind by delivering some “hot and heavy” takes that managed to include a comical factor as well. Ariana’s team has gradually . . .
How appropriate that Kaelin Ellis referse to himself as not only a producer, but a “sound designer.” His latest release, “Unsung,” is equal parts soothing jazz and subtle futurism. This song would be welcome as an Adult Swim bump, or a Kendrick Lamar album interlude. Stream “Unsung” below.