Posted by JT on February 7, 2017
Signed to Disco Wax / Sony Music we’re really curious to see where Dan Bravo is headed. With this sexy reformation of classic future bass cuts and beats and the beautifully tuned Svnah, this is an amazing take on PARTYNEXTDOOR and Drake’s “Come And See Me.” No doubt, a refreshing addition to his diverse catalogue.
Posted by BIGLIFE on January 17, 2017
When No Requests sends us music, we listen. It’s rare that we hear an artist that immediately grabs our attention. Dear Jane (also known as Tammy Infusino) accomplished that, and then some. Her brand new “Dear Jane” EP produced by Nico Cary and Rafael Casal is six tracks of atmospheric, dark, and mysterious RnB that we can’t get enough of. A honest rendition of someone who can’t stop making bad decisions (we’ve all been there) Dear Jane’s “EP” and title track is a refreshingly raw project, exploring failed relationships, heartbreak, and instability. Did we mention you’ll have it on play for weeks to come?
Grab the free download courtesy of Dear Jane, here.
Dear Jane is a FNT artist to watch.
Posted by BIGLIFE on January 10, 2017
When ItsNoRequests sends you music, you stop and listen. Building on a slew of singles and covers, Teenear is poised to take 2017 with her infectious brand new “Last Night” video. Produced by emerging Miami based producer, Sipping Sake, “Last Night” tells the story of a girl fed up with the short-comings of a broken relationship, and promises. The song is a female empowerment anthem, written for every girl that’s gone through a tough breakup.
Of her brand new “Last Night” single Teenear said:
“Most people can tell you a story about an on and off relationship, it happens to a lot of us. This song just tells the story of when you realize that you really don’t need them because with or without them you still have your own and know your worth. You can still be a QUEEN without a king.”
Posted by BIGLIFE on November 28, 2016
With a tone set for subliminal sadness, LeeLee Haxi goes against the grain with her new trap tinged R&B hip-hop enthused project Until Then. With a unique style, LeeLee creates a sound perfect for kicking back and getting lost in some therapeutic thought. It’s clear she has been keeping an ear to the streets as she has been crafting her sound. Be sure to keep your eyes and ears on her.
LeeLee is not new to Fresh New Tracks, but this is the premiere of the first full mixtape project from the NYC singer/songwriter, featuring a song produced by non other than Monsta Beatz Music. Check out her latest single Pull Up which released this past Thanksgiving on iHipHop’s A3C Vol. 6 Mixtape. She has some more heat dropping soon and is heavily featured on Young Roddy and Trademark da Skydiver’s album, Family Business dropping this friday, and also featured on veteran producers Shelco Garcia and Teenwolf’s upcoming record Sky High on Mixmash Records coming December 12th.
Hip-Hop | Pool Cosby and Wu-Tang’s Raekwon form an unlikely but dope collaboration on “A Poem Is A Hustle”
Posted by VMan on November 28, 2016
Take the alternative, chiller sound of Brooklyn-based Pool Cosby and combine it with a legend of freestyle rap, the one and only Raekwon of Wu-Tag Clan, to creative a powerful single. Raekwon’s lyrical style meshes well with the chiller, hip-hop influenced beats. The track beautifully flows into a soothing jazzy melody with flute and vocals from Elena Pinderhughes and keys by sibling Samora Pinderhughes.
The release comes ahead of several scheduled performances going into the new year and Pool Cosby’s forthcoming album ‘Blind Gold’ due out in 2017.
Stream above or purchase here!
Posted by Matt Keene on November 27, 2016
Boston newcomer Jackie Jones stops by for his FNT debut with a strong single ‘Limousines’ accompanied by some simple, but fun visuals. With simple, yet catchy rhythmic production to set the table Jones lays some smooth bars down that provides those windows down summer vibes. Jones brings the record home with a fun hook that reminds you of a time when things were much simpler, and all you had to worry about was trying to find a way to ride in limousines, and drinking champagne with some friends.
Posted by VMan on November 24, 2016
Covers/remixes are hit or miss for me, especially when it’s of the biggest record in the country. But this chilled out rendition of Rae Sremmurd “Black Beatles” by TEL, MadeBySwavy and valleyz is just the mellow edit you’ll need this Thursday after that Thanksgiving itis kicks in. Only thing I would have enjoyed hearing on this version is the background version you hear on the original included, but beggars can’t be choosers and this is tight.