Posted by VMan on February 20, 2017
Music has a way of conveying stories and feelings that we normally can’t fully tell to people so that they can comprehend. Emotional attachment not only happens in music, but in life, and with Ryden’s upcoming single “Murderer” she gives her perspective on self-realization, the ending of a relationship, and the elated feeling of moving on. Ryden is from Los Angeles, California and finds herself playing several roles such as; a singer-songwriter, producer, and CEO of DopeMafia which is a clothing company geared towards urban fashion. As she has previously stated, her goal is to make everyone who listens to her music feel empowered and as if they were their own hero in their everyday life, and after watching the trailer for her upcoming single “Murderer” you can’t help but understand what her perspective and message is.
The track boasts a series of eerie orchestral melodies paired with modern day synth chords and bumping 808 bass to paint the perfect picture of what she’s trying to convey. She tells the ultimate anti-love story with a twist and in a way so moving it will stay with the listener long after the track is finished.
Posted by VMan on December 9, 2016
Off rip LUUDE’s new song “Sooo (VIP)” caught me off guard, but in the best way possible with it’s incredibly menacing soundscape. As it continues to evolve, it grew on me more thanks to the well placed vocal samples that are used as percussive instrumentation and once that sub kicks it this song goes to the next level in my book. While the production is very unorthodox, to me, their is still a feel-good pop flair to it at times and that’s what really resonated with me. LUUDE is a creative, forward-thinking producer who deserves more recognition and I’m calling it now in 2017 he’ll pop off because of quality music like “Sooo (VIP).” So check it out now above!
Posted by BIGLIFE on December 8, 2016
Sean Turk. The guy is on fire right now. He keeps dropping this infectious remixes that we can’t help but post. This one is no surprise, as he absolutely crushes Phil Good’s “Sleeping In”. Sean Turk brings the bedroom bass. Stop messing around and download this bad boy immediately, and keep an eye out for a forthcoming original. Shout out to my dude, 3rd Lost King.
Posted by VMan on November 21, 2016
Not a lot is known about the mysterious Bechara yet. His debut single was cool, but “The Darkness” is the record that really moved me. There is a major BTSM [Black Tiger Sex Machine] influence that lingers all throughout the recent release and I’m into it, though I surprisingly am not a huge fan of theirs.. Doesn’t really make sense, I know, but whatever. Listen to “The Darkness” above now and keep it on repeat this week as (most of the country) travels home to Thanksgiving.
Posted by VMan on November 19, 2016
Keep this young gunner on your map, he’s got next if he keeps dropping songs as fresh as “Brand New” b/c not only is the song a smash but the accompanying video is just as dope. Tony Phat is not a house hold name yet but this banger is sure setting him in the right direction! Peep above.
Posted by BIGLIFE on November 18, 2016
It’s no secret that Brooklyn’s Young M.A has been a hot commodity since the summer; accumulating over 83,0000 million plays on Youtube, turning down roles on Empire, and winning over Beyonce in the process. Young M.A’s “OOOUUU” anthem became ubiquitous, and deservedly so. That’s why Young M.A called on none other than Clinton Sparks to put his production prowess on one of the biggest songs of the summer. Get familiar with Clinton Sparks’s brand new Young M.A “OOOUUU” remix above.
Posted by VMan on November 7, 2016
RYDEN previously released her single “Dear God” a few weeks back, a single that had a deep message than most electronic music songs. This time she takes it a step further with ‘Ready”. A single completely created by her from start to finish. The actual sound of her voice is good in itself, making the lyrics easily insert itself into your brain. “Ready” is raw, gritty, tough, and gets more intense as the single progresses.
The orchestral aspects of the single are probably my favorite part, next to the drop, adding a nice little atmospheric that makes tune feel important.
RYDEN received a ton of support on his last single, “Ready” is set to go just as big if not bigger, stay tuned.