Albums | You Have To Hear Jessame’s “Planes” Remix Featuring GameBrand

Posted by on August 31, 2015


I’m not an R&B guy anymore. I long sold my soul to the deep house train. However, I heard Jeremih’s original “Planes” single and instantly loved it. When blog impresario Stefan Jobe hit me about Jessame and Gamebrand’s “Planes” remix my interest was instantly peaked. And I wasn’t let down. Jessame’s vocals combined with Gamebrand’s production makes this a tune you need to have on repeat on your Sonos player while you crush the most tunes.

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Albums | Chris Miles contemplates the stability of stardom on “Psychotic”

Posted by on August 8, 2015

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16-year-old Long Island rapper Chris Miles contemplates the stability of stardom with “Psychotic,” the lead single from his forthcoming Milestones EP. In the pensive track, Miles examines where he is in his career and if the life he’s headed towards will satisfy his aspirations or make him “Psychotic.” Produced by Nick Monson, the instrumental’s heightened energy makes way for Miles’ confident verses illustrating his drive towards a life in the spotlight that he’s reluctant to embrace, weighing the positives and negatives that come along with it. “I am confused, is this life really what it’s cracked up to be,” Miles asks while in the midst of a national tour.

Albums, Deep House | DFLV – All The Time (ft. Blest Jones)

Posted by on July 22, 2015

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DFLV is proof that such amazing music is coming out of France right now. I wasn’t surprised when he told me the chords for the melody just came to him when he sitting in front of the piano. He contacted Blest Jones for some vocals and Jones really delivers. Check out this track and start following DFLV. His new mixtape is coming soon and we hope to hear more from him sooner than later.

Free Download: DFLV – ALL THE TIME (FT. BLEST JONES)

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Albums, Future Trap | Poly Pines – “Let’s Escape”

Posted by on July 22, 2015

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Poly Pines just wants wants to make people happy. He has some of the greatest feel good future trap music I have heard. Reminds me a lot of Wave Racer and that Aussie sound. I talked to Poly Pines and his inspiration for the overall feel and name of the track came from situations in his own life and wanting to escape with someone special. His musical and production ideas as well as that “Nintendo Zelda-esque” feel are inspired by Chet Porter. Poly Pines is turning 20 next month and we hope he has something up his sleeve!

Albums, Trap | Jayceeoh Teams Up With Redman and Jay Psar To Drop “Turn Me Up Some”

Posted by on July 17, 2015


Jayceeoh is coming in hot. This time it’s in the form of a brand new colloboration on SUPER 7 RECORDS with the legendary Redman and Belgium based artist, Jay Psar. As a thank you for supporting Jayceeoh’s music, he’s given his fans “Turn Me Up Some” for free download for a limited time only. Be sure to pick up the record via iTunes below.

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Albums, Tropical House | Sam Feldt Announces “Show Me Love” American Tour

Posted by on July 16, 2015

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To say Sam Feldt has been killing it, would be an understatement. We discovered the young DJ/Producer with his bootleg remix of Mumford & Son’s “I Will Wait,” and since then he’s been enlisted by some of the biggest acts of today to remix their tracks for maximum exposure. Today he hits us with a remix of Icona Pop’s “Emergency” and the news of his North American tour, launching off at the Mad Decent Block party, and finishing off at TomorrowWorld in Atlanta, Georgia. Get your tickets here, and check out his new remix below!

Albums, Hip-Hop | TJ Hickey Comes Through With New Album ‘Undeniable’

Posted by on June 25, 2015

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Be undeniable. Thats the message TJ Hickey delivered with his latest piece of work bearing the same name. The album is an eclectic compilation of phenomenal collaborations with talented artists and producers across the board. The self titled track featuring Devvon Terrell can make the hair stand up on your neck as the message is one most of us can relate to. Skip a few tracks deeper into the album and you will find ‘Like The Weekend’, a soothing collaboration with soulful singer Jared Evan and renowned hippy Mod Sun. And if you’re looking for the party anthem that you are accustomed to getting from TJ, check out track three, ‘Do It For The Story’, which was produced by the very talented Kavalier. The 13 track album also features Cam Meekins, Futuristic, and Jitta On The Track as well as some amazing producers.