Posted by J_Salzer on May 14, 2013
Fresh New Tracks has always supported Marc Goone. I think he has the talent, and personality, to go a long way in the music industry. His latest tape, does nothing but raises by already high regard for him. Every song is unique, and his cadence and voice are something copycat rappers should strive for. His beat selection, often courtesy of Zuxwitit and Judge, is constantly changing and adapting to his ever improving and ever changing rap style. If you find me another rapper with the same style as Marc Goone, I’ll send you to the A&R’s at Def Jam, because that’s who you should be working for. Even if Marc isn’t your cup of tea, you would have to agree that he is unique, and that’s one thing I look for in the over-satured game of internet rappers. Stream the mixtape below via soundcloud and buy it on iTunes here.
Posted by J_Salzer on April 28, 2013
I know what most of you are thinking. You’re angry at me for posting a remix to 5AM in Toronto, it’s like three weeks late, I get it. But, this is my first exposure to No Trace’s music and I was shocked. When I got a message from a 16 year old, yes, I said 16 year old, on Facebook, I was expecting the worst. What I got though, was the opposite. Now, you can’t be comparing these guys to Drake, Chance, Cole, etc., yet. They’re 16. They have mad potential and the song is dope. Check it out above and be on the lookout for more from these two, Fresh New Tracks will be tracking their progress closely.
Posted by W8 on April 15, 2013
Here’s the predictable first single off of DJ Khaled’s “Suffering From Success”. The only thing that DJ Khaled seems to be suffering from is a penchant for fast food and putting his name on tracks that he had nothing to do with. DJ Khaled is the type of guy that copy-pastes a joke he found on Twitter, changes a few words, and calls it his own so we can stunt on his timeline. Why artists (other than the fact that he’s the president of Def Jam South) choose to work with him is beyond me. He brings nothing to the table.
Why artists work with DJ Khaled is beyond me. He brings nothing to the table. He doesn’t rap, write or produce. He just stamps his name.
— Fresh New Tracks (@freshnewtracks) April 16, 2013
Posted by BIGLIFE on March 25, 2013
Anonymous musical hacktivist; DSK CHK recently launched his debut EP appropriately named “Boot DSK” with Side A featuring classic and future classic reworks of timeless bangers.
Included in the 3 track set is “Sacrifice” recently supported by Tiesto himself in his infamous Club Life podcast along with a radio + club edit of Chris Willis’ vocals “Just A Little More Love” originally released by David Guetta. Additionally, DSK’s remix of Rozalla’s major hit “Everybody’s Free” lands of Side A and best of all, just like track title, it’s FREE! Download HERE or visit www.bootdsk.com
I’m expecting big things from this mysterious artist… Check out his latest tracks below and visit his Soundcloud for FREE DOWNLOADS.
Posted by J_Salzer on March 23, 2013
Unbeknownst to even his favorite blogs, Jetpack Jones releases a new track, simply because. Jetpack has become a staple on Fresh New Tracks, due to his consistently released, consistently good music. “Breeze,” is no different, it highlights Jetpack’s creative flow over a spacey, smooth beat crafted by Spacedtime. Check out the track below, download it for free, and check out Jetpack on Twitter, and be on the lookout for a FNT x Jetpack Jones exclusive.
Posted by mimada on March 9, 2013
Next week, Fresh New Tracks will take on South By Southwest, the self-proclaimed “premier destination for all discovery” that sets the trends of music for the next year to come. SXSW is a film, music, and interactive festival that takes over the city of Austin for 10 outrageous straight days. The music festival is comprised of official and unofficial (usually free) shows, rooftop parties, party boats and buses and no to mention the most interesting collection of people you will ever see.
Allow us to give you a little taste of what went down last year…
Stayed tuned for Sev and Mimada’s Complete What-To-Do and How-To-Do-It guide after the break.
Posted by J_Salzer on January 1, 2013
Every week I see a new Joseph SoMo video. And every week I’m left speechless, and if you know me, that is a rare feat. This week, SoMo covers Justin Bieber’s hit song, As Long As You Love Me, and turns it into an emotionally charged, passionate ballad. When Justin Bieber sings it, you can tell it is a commercial, mainstream sound, but when Joseph SoMo sings it, you can feel the true meaning behind the song. Often my opinion on a song changes after hearing a Joseph SoMo cover, in this case because he puts much more emphasis on the lyrics and story of the song. Enjoy this weeks SoMo Sunday, sorry it’s on a Tuesday. Happy New Year from Fresh New Tracks.