AbJo is no rookie in the remix game, but the West Coast producer continues to find ways to keep things fresh on his latest project, The Art Of Refixing V.4. He uses his unique vision and polished skillset to make all ten of the remixes on this project pop. Kanye West, Jay Z, Migos, Outkast, . . .
JR Jarris, Saturday Night, Haan808, and AbJo have joined forces, and the resulting remix speaks for itself. Taking us back to Kanye West‘s classic College Dropout debut, the four producers saw fit to remix “Get Em High” for the culture. The result is a bass-heavy, head nodding production that carries just as much energy as the O.G. . . .
“Who the hell is this? Emailin’ me at 11:26?” AbJo is back. AbJo is always welcome back. This time, the West Coast-based producer has taken his vision and skillset to work with a remix of Kanye West’s College Standout track, “Get Em High.” Stream AbJo’s “Get Em High” remix below, and check out his remix . . .
Bring the horns in. Kanye West and Mary J. Blige‘s new collaborative record, “Love Yourself.” The record, which will feature on Mary’s forthcoming Strength Of A Woman album, carries some of the romantic angst that we’ve come to expect from Mary. The song will be available tonight on iTunes. Stream “Love Yourself” below.
Kanye West had a huge audience tuned in to his YEEZY Season 5 fashion show during NYFW earlier this month. A good portion of the discussion centered around the fact that Kanye chose to use a remix of J. Holiday‘s “Bed,” featuring vocals by The-Dream, for the soundtrack to the entire show. I’m not sure . . .
Elle, Getty You could easily say that 2016 was one of the best years for hip-hop in recent memory, but who had the BEST year? The contributors at Artistic Manifesto submitted their pick of which artist had the biggest 2016, and wrote a speech from that artist’s perspective. Now it’s up to you, the reader, . . .
Seoul-based producer BRLLNT dropped a gem on us over the weekend in the form of his “Flashing Lights” remix. The Graduation era Kanye West record was superb in its original form, but I’m not mad at the way this remix came out at all. Stream BRLLNT’s “Flashing Lights” remix below.
Kanye West beats will hold a special place in the hearts of many for years to come. It’s not hard to understand why. Essnse, the homie from the West Coast, saw fit to bless the world with another edition of Produced by K. West for Very Good Beats that’s full of classic Kanye West instrumentals . . .
It’s the last day of 2016, but there’s still time left. Tyga and Kanye West let off one more single to close the year out. It’s called “Feel Me,” and it features upbeat production along with a Kardashian reference from each of them. This song has a definitively ominous vibe to it, which just might . . .
Holiday season is in full swing, but Audio Push isn’t necessarily taking time off. The West Coast duo recently rleased a remix of Kanye West’s “Fade,” following up their remix of Amine’s “Caroline.” Stream Audio Push’s “Fade” remix below, and look for their My Turn 3 project to release in the near future.
After recently dropping the Kodak Black-featuring “Weatherman”, Yo Gotti is back with the star studded “Castro.” It’s a GOOD Music posse track as it features Kanye West, Big Sean, Quavo, and 2 Chainz. (*The song is only available in select markets. US listeners will have to wait until midnight) Listen to “Castro” below and be . . .
“Couldn’t afford a car, so she named her daughter Alexis.” Monte Booker brings forth an intricate take of Kanye West‘s “All Falls Down” in “Alexis.” Prominent jazz chord progressions and ricocheting percussion create the main groove of the song. The incorporation of upbeat trap elements with lush layers of instrumentation are essential to Booker’s bouncy sound. In . . .
It’s crazy how many different phases we’ve seen Kanye West go through as an artist and person since his emergence with College Dropout. Let’s not make the mistake of assuming that ‘Ye was relaxing before that project dropped. Thanks to the power of Reddit, we can now hear a pre-College Dropout, less polished version of . . .
Many people take inspiration from Kanye West. Who can blame them? Bronx native Black Dave is one of them, and he delivers with “Aløne,” a new anthem inspired by Kanye. The record sees Dave take a trip down memory lane and speak on the state of NYC right now. He also gives us some more . . .
It’s always fun to watch Kanye West’s most bold exclamations, but Ras Kass makes it clear that everyone has a “Kanye Moment” sometimes. The West Coast veteran uses his newly released video to poke fun at Mr. West in a lighthearted way, while also delving into societal issues that he finds important at the moment. The . . .