Alternative, Chill, Hip-Hop, Pop, Reggae | William Bolton & Jackson Breit Want The Girls In The Front Row
Posted by MK3 on February 11, 2016
Always awesome to see two of the most highly regarded emerging artists in 2016 linking up for a collaboration. Recently William Bolton headed out to LA for a few weeks, set up shop with Jackson Breit and made this absolute summer jam. Now, while in LA William may have forgotten it is still Winter in Boston where he resides, but, Girls In the Front Row definitely takes you to a much warmer place.
Posted by jewcebox on January 26, 2016
Jayceeoh’s creativity behind decks and in the studio have quickly made him one of the most respected artists in the industry. With support from the likes of A-Trak, Diplo, Alison Wonderland, Borgore and Flosstradamus, Jayceeoh saw his one-of-a-kind brand take the next step in an already illustrious career. Today, Jayceeoh & Woogie unleash “Rap Don’t Work” ft. OJ Da Juiceman, a monster collaboration featuring one of hip-hop’s legendary tastemakers. The turntablist first showcased a newfound stylistic maturity after producing two hip-hop inspired trap anthems “Turn Me Up Some” and “I’m Gone” in collaboration with Redman. “Rap Don’t Work” oscillates between OJ Da Juiceman’s vocal chops and Jayceeoh’s staccato-like key strokes with ease. From dance music heavy hitters to larger than life hip-hop moguls, Jayceeoh possesses the one-of-a-kind skill-set to make these collaborations a reality.
Posted by jewcebox on October 15, 2015
The Melbourne bounce ambassador, Will Sparks, is keeping things fresh with his newest tune, which happens to be a collaboration with Sydney’s own Timmy Trumpet. Both of these producer/DJs have each built a legion of followers around the world, and they will only strengthen their presence as they continue to release huge tunes, and play stand-out DJ sets. Now, they have another tune to add to their arsenal, and it’s more than worthy. “ROMA” is not your typical festival-ready tune – it’s a massive, cinematic smash that could very well be the soundtrack to an epic Roman soldier march. Enjoy!
Posted by JT on September 18, 2015
As far as 21st century freestyles go, this may be one of the hottest that’s come across my desk. If you’re a fan of new age hip-hop take a few minutes and have a taste of excellence. Coming off the hype from ‘The Condo’, Harm Franklin releases another tune that’s getting me excited for his in-the-works mixtape ‘The Learning Curve 3.’ He’s also blessed our ears, recently working off a track with Atlanta’s hottest up-and-comer OG Maco on collaboration titled “25-8.” If you need any more proof you’re hearing a future Godfather of this generation of hip-hop artists, press play.
Posted by BIGLIFE on September 17, 2015
First previewed in Spinnin’ Records’s summer mix, Joe Stone and Daser finally release their forthcoming “Freak (And You Know It” collaboration set to drop on October 12th. This tune has been previewed by everyone. From Martin Solveig to Don Diablo to Oliver Heldens, it’s quietly been in every important podcast. Hell, even DancingAstronaut.com got this collaboration wrong. We finally know who made this monster. Joe Stone, Daser, and Spinnin’ Records have another huge tune on their hands. It’s Spinnin’s world, we’re just living in it.
Posted by jewcebox on September 16, 2015
It’s not often that two of dance music’s biggest and best artists come together for a song, but when they do, it is sure to be massive. While a collaboration between Hardwell and Armin Van Buuren might have broken the Internet last year, the two dance music titans have finally put their heads together to deliver their latest main stage monster, “Off The Hook.” First played by Hardwell at Ultra Music Festival, “Off The Hook” combines the best of both producers, as the Revealed Recordings boss lays down a gritty, electro bass line, while Armin infuses the track with his trademark, up-tempo trance. You can get “Off The Hook” on Beatport here.
Posted by dshaq on July 28, 2015
Makonnen intrigues me very much due to his unique sound and lack of rapping. His voice is so different but all of his beats compliment his sound very well and keep me coming back for more. This time we have an excellent collaboration with Sonny Digital, who also produced I Don’t Sell Molly No More, and Makonnen. Straight up, Makonnen makes hits and this one is no different. Expect to be hearing this one around.