Posted by Mach on May 24, 2013
Incredible remix from Phazz. I don’t know how he did it, but he managed to make Twista sound close to Biggie Smalls. This is a bedroom jam, If you plan on getting lucky on this wonderful Friday night, I highly recommend adding this to your arsenal of seduction tunes.
Free Download: Twista & Erika Shevon – Wetter (Phazz Remix)
Posted by Mach on May 13, 2013
Update: Download is now available. Enjoy!
Posted by Mach on April 29, 2013
Skit has done it again. This is the second remix of a Hip-Hop/R&B track in a row that has been absolutely beautiful. No download yet, but I can imagine the wait wont be too long. Don’t forget to show Skit some love.
Posted by W8 on April 23, 2013
Dazzling us with a rich R&B production comes French producer Gautier partnered with vocalist Jeffrey Dè Soul, and Louïs who combs the beat with a neat touch of lingering guitar. Altogether this conglomerate delivers, and it’s obvious they would… As if R&B coming out of Paris, France could be any more legitimate.
Posted by Mach on April 16, 2013
Drake isn’t wrong, girls absolutely love Beyonce. He can’t lie though, we all know he likes Beyonce as well, seeing as he has performed Destiny’s Child’s “Say My Name” live a few times now. Honestly, I think Roc Nation’s James Fauntleroy does the hook much better. This has nothing to do with if I think Beyonce or Destiny’s Child sucks, but since the originals release recording systems have improved greatly. James Fauntleroy’s voice portrayed a lot of emotion through just those few lines in addition to Drake’s clearly improved ability to tell a story, leaving us with an incredible free download. Much respect for Drake and how he has gone about releasing his new works. If you haven’t the chance to listen to them, I highly recommend you give each a chance.
Posted by Mach on April 8, 2013
Brandy remixes don’t come around too often and to my surprise it turned out to be beautiful. This track is way too smooth and sexy to not be addicting, I wish it would never stop playing. Sadly no download yet available from Skit but this is well worth the listen anyway.