Posted by VMan on April 20, 2017
Often times producers don’t just have the talent of making music. They often have hobbies on the side and for Lektrique, his is skateboarding. Followers of his social media are familiar with his aptitude for tearing up the street with his gnarly moves; if you don’t follow him, you should. Not only should you for his fine tricks, but for his music. Although there are no tricks in his new video for the single “Shred,” we get a nice little story to augment the ferocious electro original. Complete with a cameo from Black Tiger Sex Machine of Kannibalen Records, this is nothing more than a playful expansion to an already fun project. Enjoy the video and head over to iTunes or whatever store you prefer for a copy.
Lektrique – Shred: Download/Stream
Posted by VMan on April 10, 2017
After rising to prominence by winning Last Squad Standing on Ovation back in January, and opening for Tech N9ne at Red Rocks for 10,000 fans in October Baltimore emcee StarrZ is gearing up for the release of his full-length project Momma Named Me Colby. The first single is titled “Word Round Town” and takes aim at all the naysayers and features 300 ent’s Tate Kobang whom also represents the city of Baltimore. Stay up-to-date with more from StarrZ as he anticipates the projects release later this Spring!
Posted by VMan on March 10, 2017
Buffalo New York emcees Johnny Hustle and Fly Bundles release the video for “Trap Door”, produced by the legendary Alchemist. “Trap Door” is a gritty street tale, with witty wordplay and a smooth flow. Definitely keep these dudes on your radar as they’re releasing two projects this year, Views From The Sick and Daily Edition.
Posted by VMan on February 15, 2017
DJ/producer power duo NERVO return today with their latest single “In Your Arms,” on Big Beat Records and a beautifully choreographed music video to accompany it! Kicking off with a stirring, piano-led melody and Miriam’s soaring vocals, the track smoothly transitions into a vibey dance record with luscious synths heart and just the right amount of heart throbbing bass to complete this radio-friendly dance record.
Can’t wait to see what else the sisters have in store in 2017!
Posted by jewcebox on September 30, 2016
Looking to maintain his pioneering command in his music, Felix Jaehn has announced a live video featuring his worldwide summer tour to the tune of Chris Lake’s remix of “Bonfire.” The original was an astounding new direction for Felix, allowing him to branch out and discover new sounds that have him taking on a grungier side. Soon after the release of “Bonfire,” the single was picked up by Scottish-producer Chris Lake and remade into a club-centric masterpiece, and now Felix Jaehn is using the remix as the anthem to his summer as he recaps every standout moment during his tour. The video spotlights everyone that has made an impact on his breakthrough season, and allows us to take in the infectious energy that Felix’s emits in both his music and his performances.
See the video below and get your copy of the remix here.
Posted by VMan on September 15, 2016
Apashe is no stranger to good music. He’s announced his debut album, Copter Boy, and we’re super stoked about its September 30th release date. We were excited before, but now that his single “Fuck Boy” is out, we’re doubly so. The heavy trap single is a bit of a different style from Apashe’s usual stuff, but this is just as dope. What puts this one over the top is its NSFW music video. Short story is Apashe attends what can only be a Donald Trump rally… but this is nothing like any political rally you’ve seen before. Things get wild, clothes get taken off, and there may be a booty or two shaking in the process. “Fuck Boy” is currently available for free, if you pre-order Apashe’s LP. Once you place your order, iTunes will download a copy to your library!
Apashe – Fuck Boy feat. Kandle: Pre-Order LP For Early Copy of the Single
Videos | Billboard Gets The Scoop On The Fat Jewish’s Major Lazer Tribute Band, Major Behavior [Video]
Posted by jewcebox on September 15, 2016
“All of the greatest musical acts throughout history have tribute groups,” Josh Ostrovsky aka The Fat Jewish explains, “Major Lazer is one of the greatest musical acts in history and they needed a tribute band.”
Known primarily for his Instagram account that boasts over 9 million followers and his brand of White Girl Rosé, The Fat Jewish is known for hijinks, and Billboard’s Matt Medved recently took a crew to investigate his latest joke – a Major Lazer tribute band called Major Behavior. Through the three minute video, Major Behavior dig into the start of the group, the different aspects of their live sets, take a trip to Guitar Center, and discuss their unwavering admiration for Diplo. You can watch the full parody above.