Bass, Electro, Future Trap, Hip-Hop, Trap | FNT Exclusive Premiere: Rick Ross – Hustlin’ (Westside Hill Remix)

Posted by on June 30, 2015

20 year old producer from the westside of LA, Westside Hill is an upcoming edm trap producer that finds his roots in the mixtape sphere of the hip hop genre. His energy at the peak of a song equals that of an RL grime drop but his bass lines sound straight out of a waka flocka mixtape. This song is a dirty trap banger that you can throw on in any raging setting. Everyone knows the line “every day I’m hustlin” and everyone is ready to go dumb to a dope trap drop. Check out this song, and enjoy!

Chill, Future Trap, Hip-Hop, RnB, Throwbacks, Trap | Check Out HiFadility’s New Summer Jam, An Edit of SWV – “Weak”

Posted by on June 30, 2015

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HiFadility released another chill edit from The Queens concept project, an edit of the 1992 SWV classic, “Weak”.  After the Lauryn Hill and Queen Latifah tracks, we were interested to hear what this artist has created, so we checked it out.  Everything sounds so out of the box, in a good way.  In the case of this track, the juxtaposition between the synths, which sound so original and blend well with the throwback vocals, and his new electronic flip that takes place a third of the way in, takes the track to another level. This track is definitely worth the play and great for riding in cars with the windows down, another solid summer jam.

Trap | Clinton Sparks Crushes Jidenna’s “Classic Man” Record

Posted by on June 30, 2015

Back from Hiatus (Oh me, oh me, oh my) Clinton Sparks has a knack for remixing songs that are future hits. Case and point: Nigerian born Jidenna’s Roman GianArthur’s assisted “Classic Man” record signed to Janelle Monae’s “Wondaland” imprint on Epic Records that’s heating up on national radio. With no class lost, Clinton Sparks takes “Classic Man” into 2015, transforming the synthy Roman GianArthur production into a vibey remix with the help of melodic chords, an all new club-ready build, and a special Clinton Sparks beatbox that aims to find its way into your essential summer playlist.


Abstract Hip-Hop, Chill, Electro, Electronic, Hip-Hop | HiFadility Calls An Iso With Lauryn Hill On His Edit Of “Ready or Not”

Posted by on June 26, 2015

HiFadility dropped another exciting edit, an isolation of Lauryn Hill’s vocals from The Fugee’s “Ready or Not” track with a very luxurious hip-hop/world instrument electronic sound.  What really makes this track worth supporting is the thoughtfulness involved in the arrangement of quality sounds, and the attention used in choosing the vocal arrangement.  HiFadility is part of a movement that is bringing consciousness back into popular culture.

HiFadility, whose tagline is “peace, love and prosperity”, seems to ask for intention and awareness out of life that he also likes to deliver within his music, allowing him to create really intricate and interesting pieces. Before releasing this track, he asked himself the question of why he decides to make, release and engage in the music industry.  He replied with the idea of: “What does make creating music worth the while is the mystery.” Later that night, at the release of the Lauryn Hill track, he simply posted an infinity sign, “?”, indicating the infinite nature of our being and sound, the thrilling mystery of music, and how it magically touches our soul.

The ability to make chill bangers, songs that are laid back but still get you pumped up, is pretty unique, so make sure to check out this track, it’s just in time for the summer feels.  HiFadility will be releasing more videos and tracks in relation to this concept project, The Queens EP, over the duration of the summer, so be sure to follow HiFadility on his social media, soundcloud, tumblr, twitter, for more gems.


Deep House, House, Trap, Twerk | Apashe Takes On The Backstreet Boys With New Remix

Posted by on June 22, 2015

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It’s not often you see someone remixing Backstreet Boys, but it does happen. “Everybody,” the group’s 1997 single, was recently remixed by our friend Apashe, and the Australian’s Oski and Lennon. All the millenials out there are going to go bananas, like I did when I first heard this track. The three producer’s show off their diversity by dipping into two styles that you wouldn’t think go together. It just goes to show how talented and creative these producers are. Check out the single, and make sure to grab the free download if you are digging the crossover insanity!

Free Download: Backstreet Boys – Everybody (Apashe x Oski x Lennon Bootleg)

Electro | EC Twins Reveal New Singles, New Label, & ‘No Apologies’ Tour

Posted by on June 17, 2015

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EC Twins were born in England but are now Las Vegas-based house DJs with their very own residency at LiFE Nightclub. The two have a pretty serious catalog of releases to their name. Having produced dozens of tracks with many well known artists within the house music scene.

They’ve recently announced a new tour, dropped 2 new tracks, and are teasing a new label, Twin Turbo Recordings, set to come out soon. The two tracks “Won’t Let You Down” and “Number One,” have warm, powerful electro house themes within them. But both tunes seem to capture the moment much more than their previous tracks – it’s excellent to see the twins aren’t afraid to step out of their comfort zone.

Currently, the twin duo are on tour, playing at a large handful of venues are the United States, from Texas to California, and much more. Marc and Allister have even managed to put together a label in between the busyness listed above.

They’ve announced they will be starting their own label, Twin Turbo Recordings. Its’ still up in the air as to who will be on the label, but my guess would be mostly electro-house DJs with the occasional experimental artist.

With this said, EC Twins have no where to go but up, catch them live on tour at one of their many dates, and who knows, you may even seen them climbing the DJMag Top 100 sometime soon.

Electro, Pop | Dave Edwards Is On Fire With His Latest “All Of You” Betty Who Remix

Posted by on June 16, 2015

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Dave Edwards is Mr. Fun, everything he seems to add his touch to, turns into instant fun, and his latest remix of Betty Who’s “All Of You” is just that, a feel good Summer anthem that’ll make you feel sexy on the dancefloor! Better yet, if I didn’t know better I’d think this was an original Katy Perry tune – sorry Betty – and Dave Edwards is Sandy V, the Grammy winning producer behind Katy’s “Fireworks,” so great job Dave, this is a TUNE, a must listen and a must download!

Free Download: Betty Who – All Of You (Dave Edwards Remix)