The best house song ever created, I’m up for arguments in the comment section, finally gets an official video. Just wait until you see this. Their take on what Avicii’s music does to people may be exaggerated, but that is also up for argument. I just want to dance.
This is sure to be the most interesting collaboration of the week. Taylor Gang member and New Jersey native Neako hooks up with the very popular electronic producer Com Truise. The album artwork alone gives you an idea of what you’re about to hear, but somehow when the bass drops it all comes together. Neako always surprises us with his musical directions but we’re starting to trust him more and more.
Frequent Gilbere Forte collaborator Raak takes a track of Lupe Fiasco’s latest Friend of the People mixtape and lets some up-and-comers tear shit up over it. With so many killer features over a hard-hitting hypnotic beat, this song has a very high replay value. Turn up the bass and enjoy!
Here we have Jay Fresh aka Jay Fresco’s latest offering The Delta Project; a collaboration of Pretty Lights instrumentals that Jay Fresh spits fire over. The Dallas native has been on our radar ever since he dropped his Otis (Remix) with Pretty Light label mate, SuperVision. Make sure to check out his Facebook and Website for more fresh music.
Well it’s not Friday but Phil Ade graces us with some new visuals for ‘Coming Home,’ a track off his latest mixtape A Different World. Definitely one of our favorite tracks off the project, so make sure to check this one out.
Aer is back! Hopping on a Ratatat production, the Boston hip-hop duo gives us the first taste of new music since the well-received What You Need EP. Although short in length, ‘You Noticed’ goes great with ‘What You Need’ if you’re a first time Aer listener. Grab them both below.
ANTHM, formally known as Anthem, hit us up with another dope track before his Joy & Pain EP drops. We thought ‘Ugly’ was the last song to be released before J&P but I guess he wanted to get word out about his name change. “Inception’ continues his phenomenal work as a technical writer with catchy hooks. Throw in some Biz Markie and The Firm samples, and we get more proof why NYC’s ANTHM is the definition of emcee.
On their recent visit to London, Chiddy bang sat down with Soul Culture to freestyle, speak about their formation and the new BreakfastLP, the story behind the first single ‘Ray Charles,’ and even the influence UK music has had on them. Xaphoon cracks me up to say the least. Especially when he says he wasn’t at the studio session for ‘Ray Charles’ because he was out buying weed…or something. Great stuff.
Bugus Music. Bugus, a rapper out of Atlanta, is new to FRS but already has me convinced to feature him more often. This is such a well-crafted song that when the chorus struck I was immediately hooked. While we wait for more, check out Bugus’ Facebook and Twitter. Holla.
As promised by the Philly hip-hop duo (supposedly a trio now), here’s a mini-mixtape to thank all their loyal fans. ‘Boulevard,’ which was released as a preview last week, still has us in awe at the catchy chorus so let’s see if the rest of the project has similar results. Enjoy!