Their new album is in the works, but Audio Push gives us a hint of what’s to come with the Larry Belafonte-produced “Smokeout 99.” This song won’t appear on the album, but it’s definitely worth the listen if you’re a fan of what they bring to the table. Kick back and relax to this one. . . .
A little while ago, we shared Curtis Roach‘s “Extra Friez.” Well, the 17-year-old emcee released the video for the track, and he shows us his love for the fried food. In the video, Curtis takes us on a ride in a snow-covered Honda Civic while he enjoys an extremely large bag full of fries. Once . . .
If you’re looking for melodic hip-hop with intricate choruses, move around. If you’re looking for great storytelling and great flow, then pull up a chair. Young Soul gives us a look into his life, his grind and his struggles on his C.L.U.E. EP. Young Soul peels back the layers of his psyche and channels his . . .
It happens every two months or so. A song goes viral and every single producer with an email address and a SoundCloud account decides to drop a remix. Migos‘s “Bad and Boujee” is definitely oversaturated at the moment, but ZHU‘s remix makes it worth the listen again, because it’s actually an interesting and refreshing take. . . .
With the release of his American Teen album on the horizon, 18 year old singer/songwriter Khalid has premiered the project’s title track via Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show. With plenty of influences paying homage to a different era, this record is a prime example of what’s made Khalid alluring to so many people as . . .
A jazzy trumpet run is a foundational part of Consequence‘s latest release, “All Black Neighborhood. The New York emcee called upon fellow veteran
I couldn’t point out the island of Helsinski on a map if you promised me a lifetime supply of Patti Pies, but I can tell you for a fact that you need to look out for Helsinski native Lxandra‘s “Flicker” if you’re a fan of expressive pop music. The song is subtle but enveloping with . . .
Los Angeles duo THEY. has been making waves with their energetic, rock-tinged brand of music. For their latest release, “Silence,” they slow things down and smooth things out a bit, letting us get a better feel for their vocal prowess and piquing interest for their forthcoming album. Nü Religion releases on February 24th, and can . . .
Dayton, Ohio native VIAA gives us a breath of fresh air with her Yeti Beats-produced single, “Hurt So Good.” She’s served her time as a backup vocalist for the likes of Anderson .Paak, Willow Smith, and Doja Cat, but is poised to take center stage for herself with songs such as this. VIAA told Nylon . . .
“Don’t play with… my patience.” Pell‘s dynamic, melody-driven flow is on prime display on “Patience,” a London On Da Track-produced record released via Red Bull Sound Select. Red Bull always brings together well suited collaborators, and they’ve done it again with this smooth, jazzy number. Stream “Patience” below.
FKJ has been steadily popping up on my Soundcloud feed, and for good reason. The Parisian producer has a knack for dropping electronic and soulfully influenced tracks that are as smooth as buttercream, and he continues with “Skyline.” Intricate synth leads glide over textured harmonies and will have you feeling like you’re floating along with him. . . .
It’s been a minute since we’ve gotten new content from Ace Cosgrove, but the Maryland artist has been hard at work behind the scenes. “Nada” is the first single off his next project. Cosgrove has been experimenting with some different sounds in his latest tracks, and Para Doc-produced “Nada” is no different. With a synth- . . .
Rhode Island hip-hop dynamo Khary utilizes wicked production assistance from Lege Kale, as he expresses frustration with the need to burn bridges. He had to cut things off with a significant other in order to find his self-worth and confidence. The song features an upbeat tempo and slightly trippy melodic vibes. Khary delivers relatable rhymes that will resonate with anyone that’s experienced a relationship gone south. . . .
Miami native Sylvan Lacue revisits “Best Me,” a contemplative track from his Far From Familiar album. The video finds him drifting through the wilderness as he allows his thoughts to wander. Sylvan explained to Pigeons&Planes that the song is about “simplicity, raw honesty, and striving to embrace yourself as much as humanly possible.” Watch the . . .
As the members of The Internet pursue solo projects, we’re starting to notice their individual talent even more. The newest addition to the group, Steve Lacy, is gearing up for a new song series called Steve Lacy’s Demo. The first single from the series, “Dark Red,” is a modest soundtrack that highlights the insecurities that . . .