Posted by VMan on September 22, 2016
Nightlife has went through a re-birth, re-branding himself from his former moniker MJ. The Chicago via Paris rapper has had his fair share of succesful singles in the past, working with Twista, Future and GLC just to name a few. Now under nightlife, the artist is getting ready to release his project ChicagoParis, and releases the first single “Good Shit”. The trippy single features TDE’s Ab-Soul and features impressive back-and-forth wordplay throughout. Enjoy!
Posted by VMan on September 21, 2016
Camden has been at it for a while and defintily hit the hammer on the nail with this one. Camden Levine keep’s the vibe dramatic, dark, cold, and all-around enjoyable with an approved remix of Rozes’ “Hangin’ On”.
I remember when the dude dropped his Avicii “Broken Arrows” remix way back, he gained a foothold during the tropical house movement then, but has surely differentiated and diversified his sound since that time. Keep it up dude!
Chill, Hip-Hop | RVNES Releases “Code 10” Feat. Lil Ronny MothaF & Fat Pimp with Classic Southern Feel
Posted by VMan on September 16, 2016
Dallas by way of Atlanta DJ/producer RVNES has been steadily making waves since breaking onto the scene six months ago. His debut single “TOAST“, featuring Young Dolph and Luke Nasty, quickly amassed 100k streams on Soundcloud. That club record was then followed up by “Zero Gravity” featuring Cool Amerika and Happy Sometimes, which was an inspirational hustler’s anthem that you could roll up to.
For “Code 10” RVNES takes it back to Dallas joining forces with Lil Ronny MothaF and Fat Pimp. With that quintessential Dallas swang the city is known for, “Code 10” will have you instantly swangin’ from lane to lane. Be on the lookout for RVNES debut project releasing soon, he just moved out to LA to put the final touches on that. “Always remember to create your own mythology which you hold the key for!,” RVNES explained to FNT.
Posted by VMan on September 15, 2016
Deep chills has made himself known in the dance music scene via consistently great releases that are the cream of the current trending crop, when it comes to chill house music. He’s got million of plays, has played dozen of shows this year, including shows at Miami Music Week 2016, and continues to push the limits of the broad genre he is in.
“Ryder – Fade Away (Deep Chills Remix)” has great energy and would go great at any pool party. A quick side note: Deep Chill’s mixes are something that is a really dope part about his brand, dive into those if you haven’t. already
Posted by VMan on September 15, 2016
Steve Void made it into this week’s New Music Friday playlist on Spotify, he has well over 500,000 plays now, has garnered 10 million plays to his name overall, and isn’t stopping anytime soon.
The soloist based out of Europe has crossed future bass and the best elements of chill house to make a track that is a true hybrid.
Steve has an upcoming collaboration with Sam Feldt, so keep an eye out for that one as well.
Posted by VMan on September 10, 2016
“Invincible” doesn’t really fit one genre and doesn’t have a single type of sound that you can pinpoint. It is an eclectic blend of so many chill sounds all wrapped up into one, you have to listen multiple times to understand what you are hearing – something fully original and semi-spiritual.
Azles and Cathalyst are not a duo, but collaborated on this release “Invincible” which is beginning to put them on a path of recognition. The two both have less than 2000 followers, but contain a sound that you’d expect someone way bigger to have.
Posted by VMan on September 8, 2016
Simon Field & Maye remind us to not be too quick to let the summer fade away. Their latest offering aptly titled “Fade” keeps the good vibes going on Tipsy Records. Melancholic and emotive, this track finds power in evoking nostalgia with each listen, a sure sign it will continue to resonate with listeners for the foreseeable future.
The production on this track perfectly embraces the elusive balance of upbeat and catchy, but where it truly shines is in its songwriting. The winning combination is enough to have you repeating this release well through summer’s end. Don’t let this limited free download opportunity fade. Grab it for free while you still can, and stay tuned for its release in stores and on Spotify!