Posted by BIGLIFE on December 15, 2014
I sometimes have this feeling where I kinda know that something is about to be massive, and I am having that feeling about Sondrio from Australia. I don’t know much about the rising star, but I know he is putting out smashes. It sounds like he took the Kanye West production and added another layer of Kanye to it. King Push probably didn’t ask for a dance record, but Sondrio brought the fire flames!
Posted by dshaq on December 14, 2014
Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-chop squad. I eventually knew that Chance and Lucki Eck$ would be releasing some music together, seeing as they are two of the biggest faces of Chicago rap at the moment. But once I saw that “Young Chop” on the bottom I knew what was in store already before even listening to it. Whether its the eery chop squad intro that completely captivated me, or the slow beat that Chance’s words just effortlessly flow over, the song provides something fresh and different. Even with enlisting top tier talent on his song, Lucki holds down his part very very well. The whole aura of the song really embodies Lucki and the sound he has been creating with his first two mixtapes. Keep this one on repeat, cause it definitely will be hard not to keep listening to. Be on the lookout for more music from Lucki and Chance soon.
Posted by jeffwbaird on December 12, 2014
Last month we premiered the latest single from the Queens-based rapper, “Sophisticated Thoughts,” and now he’s back with another laid-back video for a freestyle, “Simple Minds.” The video, directed by Jiggy Flix, fits well thematically with Julian’s rapping — he’s playful and doesn’t take himself too seriously; but don’t confuse that for a lack of skill. Julian’s flows are well-crafted and for all the comedic pauses and punchlines throughout the video, he drops some great rhymes as well. Stay connected with him here.
Posted by VMan on December 10, 2014
I swear DiRTY RADiO must get together every week and figure out ways to fuck shit up with the funkiest beats they find online to writes songs to, and the best part of it all, they make it look and sound very easy. In this week’s edition future dance/r&b shit, here’s the crew layering their vocals to 123Mrk’s classic beat “NoName,” and it’s a must listen and a must download. Stay tuned to DiRTY RADiO.
Free Download: DiRTY RADiO – Echoing
Posted by VMan on December 9, 2014
Free Download: Titus – My Love (Prod. by Myles William)
Posted by jewcebox on December 8, 2014
So I’ve had a lot of coffee this morning, but I just realized I’ve played this track 13 times already today. Honestly though, Pat Lok has brought the fire once again. What else is new. This prolific Vancouver producer has been gaining serious momentum in 2014 with some huge tracks including remixes for Alunageorge and Olympic Ayres. And with this remix of a club classic, we expect it to have some serious success. This is the definition of catchy, don’t sleep on Pat Lok!
Posted by FilthyTaft on December 1, 2014
EaSWay is back to his old ways with his new track Sway produced by The Chainsmokers. EaSWay goes in over a sample of Sway by Anna of the North with a mixture of singing and rapping, which is the direction he seems to be moving towards as of late. This track is definitely a banger and we’re stoked that EaSWay’s finally coming back with more fiery material. EaSWay is part of the new generation of artists like G-Eazy and Skizzy Mars who are expanding their musical knowledge and crossing cultural boundaries through their beats and lyrics. The future is looking bright for all EaSWay fans and music lovers alike.