Rising Brooklyn emcee Beast 1333 released his latest album, Medusa. The 25-track LP, which serves as his 10th effort, features only one lone guest appearance by his mentor, the iconic KRS-One. Needless to say, if KRS was willing to drop a cosign, it might be worth your time to give it a chance and check . . .
Krs. proves to be a master of both melody and percussion once more on his catchy new remix of Daniel Caesar’s smash single, “Get You.” Krs. has a very distinct formula for his remixes, but I have yet to get tired of them. Stream “Get You” below.
Jamaican producer extraordinaire Krs. has given us another noteworthy remix, this time applying his unique blend of dancehall and future beats influences to TLC’s “No Scrubs.” “No Love” is an infectious listen that puts a refreshing spin on a classic record. If you’re near Toronto, check out Krs.’s Boiler Room set on August 21st. Stream . . .
I know, I know. Alicia Keys “You Don’t Know My Name” and “upbeat” seems like a strange combination. That being said, Krs. definitely knows what he’s doing. The Jamaican producer’s latest remix release on SoundCloud is as catchy as ever, featuring his expected dose of dancehall-inspired instrumentation and futuristic effects. Listen for yourself. Stream Krs.’s . . .
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.
It might not feel like it on the East Coast, but summer is going to come sooner than we think. Jamaica-bred, Toronto-based producer Krs.‘s Soca & Blues Vol. 1 project is the perfect way to feel like you’re already enjoying tank top and basketball shorts weather. Krs. is also a cofounder of Film Noir, so . . .
Film Noir collaborators BNJMN, Krs and Oshi are wasting no time this year, starting 2017 off on a high note with the release of their collaborative single, “Juno.”As we’d expect from a Film Noir release, there’s plenty of futuristic energy to be felt from this bass-heavy cut. Stream “Juno” below.
Toronto-based, Jamaica-bred producer Krs is back with another infectious remix. This time, he decided to put a dancehall spin on Mark Morrison‘s iconic single, “Return Of The Mack.” Rest assured, it’s just as easy to sing along to this joint as the original. Stream Krs’s “Return Of The Mack” remix below, and watch the original . . .
Krs is currently based in Toronto, but it’s hard to ignore his Jamaican roots shining through with every release. His latest drop, a remix of Rihanna’s ANTI single, “Needed Me,” features prime examples of the infectious rhythms and lush melodies that we’ve come to expect. Let’s hope that SoundCloud doesn’t pull this one down any . . .
NOVA, Krs and BNJMN keep the vibes slightly dark and the bass heavy on their new collaborative release, “Jealous.” The Film Noir labelmates join forces to create an infectious, hard-hitting groove that fits in well with the popular R&B aesthetic in this day and age. Film Noir is releasing music every week via their SoundCloud; be . . .
It’s only right that so many Phife Dawg tributes have emerged since his death. The legendary ‘5 Foot Assassin’ of A Tribe Called Quest‘s impact has been well chronicled both before and after his death, and KRS-One is the latest to add his perspective to the table with the releaes of “The Phife Tribute.” The Bronx . . .
Film Noir cofounder Krs revisits the label’s biggest single to date, “Girls That Dance,” with his latest release, “She Nah Play.” “Girls That Dance” was originally featured on Masego and Medasin’s breakout Pink Polo EP, and quickly became a fan favorite. Krs smooths things out and injects his expected dose of tropical vibes into the . . .
Krs has had a very distinct sound for some time now, combining his Jamaican influences with future sounds influences to create an array of catchy tracks. These days, he’s flushing out his sound with additional sampled vocals on tracks such as “Luv Up.” Look for more information on Krs’s Soca refix EP at the top of next . . .
Krs definitely has a signature sound. The Jamaican native and Toronto resident infuses each of his instrumental releases with heavy dancehall vibes and future sounds. With his latest drop, “Monsta Whine,” we feel a stronger dose of energy than we got from previous releases such as “Bend Ova” and “Ever Blessed.” That being said, “Monsta . . .
KRS-One has been in the game for almost thirty years, and he still sounds hungry on his newly released Now Hear This album. The Bronx native uses his music to educate throughout the eighteen-track release. As always, the renowned emcee uses his powerful presence on the mic to great effect. Stream Now Hear This below. . . .