Open Mike Eagle goes meta with “Free Writing Exercise
Summer Blockbuster Video.”, his layered new visual
featuring Nocando. The clip within a clip presents
a viewing experience like no other, & possibly
a first. The track is from his 4MNL HSPTL
LP with producer Awkward, out now
via Fake Four Records at your favoriteonlineretailers.
Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge “I Declare War” gets
laced with a Dallas Penn active action figure visual. The
rugged and raw track features Ghost’s storytelling and Masta Killa on guest vocals, with Dallas interpreting Wu‘s superhero lore via an Iron Man figure from
his personal collection. Ghost & Adrian’s LP 12 Reasons To Die is available now via Soul Temple Records at your favoriteonlineretailers.
Lyric Jones maintains in the middle of “Music And Love”, lamenting
the clash of career and relationship. The Illastrate-produced track
opines on the issues that come with juggling being in a couple
with a full-on music career. The single is available now
for free download, and the forthcoming EP Love’s Trail Mix is due soon.
Psalm One unleashes her Hologram Kizzie chamber with ”Queen
Until”, her new single with Panik of the legendary Molemen crew.
The aggressive track matches Psalm’s no-nonsense lyricism with
Panik’s brick-wall production sound, for a serious head-banger.
The single is available on iTunes now, & will be followed by
Panik’s forthcoming LP Coloring Outside The Lines.
Mr. Kinetik pollenates with peace via “Re(Frame + Arrange
+ Define)”, transmitting from Planet Lovetron. The new
track features Kinetik letting his mind float over
exploratory production, streaming his
consciousness for us to listen to.
The song is streaming now
Moonsatellite takes Sweatson Klank “I Shouldn’t Be Here” to
cosmic dance floors, featuring Ango on affected vocals. The
remix is currently featured in Sweatson’s remix contest
with Ableton and Indaba Music, and listeners can
visit here to vote Moon’s track to 1st Place.
Listen above to enjoy the track, which is
designed as a perfect soundtrack
for your Summer activities.
Grey Granite dares you to “Get It How You Live” and
keep it hungry in his new Summer jam. The track is
set to motivate listeners to get up and get to it, &
not be that bump on the log that everyone is
passing on by. The single is from Grey’s
forthcoming LP Rich In The Blood,
which drops on June 1 via Heavy Gun Recs and Culture King.
Glows In The Dark covers Count Bass D‘s wistful ”His Loss”,
filmed in the moment on their iPhones. The band continues
the groove & take it to some interesting places, namely in
the direction of jazz. The original instrumental is from
Count’s LP The T.S., available here, and GITD’s Research and Development EP is out now,
featuring appearances by Count, John
Robinson, Just Plain Ant, & more.
DJ Pocket and Walter Lee Younger are “Back On The Grid”,
reppin’ how they live with serious bars and beats. The duo
of producer/MC’s get open to a score of heavy-handed
drums & stern organs, letting their staying power
be known. Stay tuned for more updates & info
on their forthcoming LP of the same name.
Willie Green celebrates early Summer with “Fasho Fasho (Remix)”,
featuring fellow partygoers PremRock, Zilla Rocca, and Mad
Dukez. The remix adds more dance floor narratives to the
already wild single, telling tales of the infinite pursuit
from the weekend warrior’s point of view. The
original version is from Willie’s LP We Live
In The Future, out now via Fake Four
at your favoriteonlineretailers.
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