I heard of Shady for the first time today, as I was scrolling through my feed today. He’s based in Switzerland, and he has a style of production that is worth stopping to talk about. He has a playlist of five instrumentals, released anywhere from a month to two years ago, with influences that include . . .
The art of sampling is beautiful when properly executed, and Flamingosis‘s “You Were Meant For Me” is a prime example. The veteran producer’s latest effort is vibrant and warm, thanks in no small part to the vocals that he chose to sample. Stream “You Were Meant For Me” below, and check out all of the . . .
Chicago’s Musa Reems drops his new Hip-Hop project titled Lately I’ve Been Sol Searching. Produced entirely by Curbside Jones, Musa takes us on a journey thorugh his soulful mind. He details love, society, and life as he knows it over 5 songs. Stream below.
Dive into WITHOUT’s “LOVE Liike This” video UK based prduction duo, WITHOUT, connects with Scandinavian singer, Essie, for “Love Liike This.” It’s an upbeat dance/pop track modeled as a futuristic take on 90’s R&B girl groups. The video follows a Sicilian synchronized swimming quartet through a daily training session from warm up to practice to . . .
Toronto singer, JNYR, shares the Sauceboy-produced “Twenty Ten.” We find him serenading a former love interest over the melodic production. Stream below and at various digital platforms. Let us know what you think of the CDM Music group signee’s new song.
Allmos of The Stuyvesants is releasing his solo debut album called Sound Affects Vol. 1. Listen to the first single, “Aromas Naturalle.”
T-Pain drops his 1st album in 6 years with Oblivion What seems like forever has come to an end as Florida artist, T-Pain, returns to deliver his Oblivion LP. The versatile crooner shares 16 songs with features from Chris Brown, Tiffany Evans, Wale, Ty Dolla Sign, and more. Stream below and purchase the album on iTunes. Oblivion . . .
Out now, stream Cyhi The Prynce’s debut album ‘No Dope On Sundays’ After earning years of credits riddled through GOOD Music, it’s time for CyHi the Prynce‘s solo debut. He drops the 15-track No Dope On Sundays album. Features include Pusha T, ScHoolboy Q, 2 Chainz, Estelle, Kanye West, Travis Scott and more. Stream below.
Ottawa, Canada-based singer/songwriter Maurice Moore is in top form on his 13-track new project, The Amber Room. Sensual lyricism is a foundational element of this project, which features bouncy, soulful, futuristic instrumentation and lush harmonies. If you enjoy romantic R&B with a future beats-influenced twist, this project is for you. Stream The Amber Room below.
Check out the top five releases by Texas-based label Dolfin Records. The group is full of musicians, singers, producers, writers, DJs, painters, and more.
San Diego producer Zuma teams up with Axel Mansoor to create a blissful new single in “Heaven.” Zuma’s eclectic percussions and synths along with Axel’s smooth vocals are symbolic of a slice of heaven. Zuma stated via email: “‘Heaven’ is kind of the culmination of all the inspirations that I’ve taken in from electronic music as . . .
Joell Ortiz and Fred The Godson connect to show off their undeniable lyrical skills on “Talk Dat.” Going in over a flip of Pharoahe Monch’s “Simon Says” beat, Joell & Fred collaboratively share space by trading bars throughout. Stream this The Heatmakerz-produced song below.
For his latest effort, Dave East‘s connects with Lil Uzi Vert on “Don’t Try Me.” The two join forces to drop a banger set tot land on Dave’s upcoming Paranoia 2 EP. Stream the Luca Vialli-produced track below and let us know what you think of this collaboration.
Any time The Kount releases something, you know it’s going to be funky. Take “Coconuts,” for example. The Toronto-based producer and instrumentalist’s latest SoundCloud release is crisp and full of vibrant instrumentation. This is the kind of music that you and your parents can both get into, even if they’re still giving you those “back . . .
“Lil Mota Raps made it off the internet.” New Jersey’s Angelo Mota recently sealed a deal with EMPIRE. Now, he looks to spark interest with his infectious raps on “Internet.” Listen to the self-produced track below.