New Yorker L.Atasha A.lcindor shows off her eclectic style with her latest single, “The Island.” The Brooklyn rapper brings her free spirit to life, oozing self-confidence over the island-inspired track produced by Sam Katz. Like what you hear? Download the single for keeps via Miss A.lcindor’s Bandcamp. Watch the video for “The Island” below.
UK artist Alfa Mist uses the summer to release his new EP, Nocturne. The multi-talented producer goes for a vast array of genres for the project, from jazz to neo-soul and hip-hop, as he displays his musical skills to the world. The 11-track long EP features vocals from Tom Misch, frequent collaborator Emmavie, Carmody and . . .
Good news. Producer Oshi has reached over 50k followers on Soundcloud. Better news. He has gifted the interwbes with new music “Heal.” The young future sounds maker put his spacey chords and heavy bass staple on London singer Jamal Woon‘s “Heal.” Stream Oshi’s “Heal” remix below.
Brooklyn native Solo Woods impresses online with a new single called “Powers.” The all-around musician sings the heartfelt lyrics written by Daniel Woods with his sonorous voice along with the guitar led track to create a simply divine and touching single. Stream “Powers” below.
Washington, DC singer and DJ Royal collects a few remixes to create the Cycles Remix EP. The singer’s music gets a hint of dance, trap and electro vibes for the four track project – including sounds from dance production duo Hotel Gardua and Jai Wolf. Stream the Cycles Remix EP below.
Fortune has turned 20 years old and has chosen the best way to celebrate, with a remix of D.R.A.M‘s “Cha Cha.” We’re introduced to the summer hit before he switches it up for a flip of Trey Songz‘ “Mr. Steal Your Girl,”and Fetty Wap‘s – “Trap Queen.” Take a listen to the DrewsThatDude-assisted track below.
Kèmi Adé makes way for her debut EP with first single, “Then”. The South London native vocally sways over the neo soul groove, produced by Jimmy Logic. With the soul grove comes rich, deep vocals tones from Adé that you can’t help but enjoy. The single is set to feature on Adé’s debut EP, The . . .
Chicago, Illinois rapper Kweku Collins delivers his second EP, Say It Here, While It’s Safe. The rapper-slash-singer, who has impressed the online music world with his back catalogue, continues to do just that with his seven track EP, which is comprised of vibrant, laid back hip-hop vibes. Those into the likes of Kid Cudi will . . .
The WhereIsAlex season continues with new music, “Say My Name.” By the title and the image you can tell we mean Alex’s remix of the 1990’s Destiny’s Child’ hit. The producer brings the track through time to 2015 with a fresh trap beat and electro chords for a futuristic touch. Stream the “Say My Name” . . .
The more remixes we hear of Goldlink‘s “Dance On Me,” the more we love it. This time around GEOTHEORY takes his turn. The already body-moving track now gets a new trap beat with some extra bounce and house-style chords. Stream GEOTHEORY’s “Dance On Me” remix below.
Canadian producer Rami.B(izzle), known by many as part of Planet Giza, plays with multiple genres with “On Your Knees.” The short but sweet instrumental hears Mr B(sizzle) blend drum and bass with modern day trap and soul. Stream “On Your Knees” below.
IAMNOBODI has been steadily working on his upcoming album, but has spared a little time to release “Changes.” The new track fuses the German producer’s love for all things hip-hop with elements of his staple soul sound. Press play and enjoy “Changes” below, as we await some album material.
With one EP under his belt, genre-fusing producer Neck delivers hip-hop with a classic twist with a new song called “Black”. Neck goes for the trap beat bounce with a little sample help from Syl Johnson‘s 70’s hit “Is It Because I’m Black”. The track comes ahead of Neck’s new EP set to be released soon. Take . . .
Sisqo‘s famous “Thong Song” takes a trip to the new school with the help of Jaël. The memorable track from the 90’s gets an additional bass melody and takes a turn from R&B to House, courtesy of vibes from the Darker Than Wax affiliate. Stream the “Thong Song” remix below.
Los Angeles artist Derek Pope, also known as Kidd Upstairs, starts off his music week with the release of his latest project, Sunken City. The five-track album, produced entirely by the man himself, comprises of a collection of wavy tunes, a little bit of trap, lots of melancholy topped with Pope’s vocals. Stream “Sunken City” . . .