Dubstep | Illenium ft. Sirma – Drop Our Hearts

Posted by on December 12, 2013

ILLENIUM - Drop Our Hearts

It has been a while since I have been really blown away by a submission. Yes, there will be absolute heat in big time press releases, but that is a given. The great satisfaction comes from finding those hidden gems hidden amongst your mass bcc emails and mass non-bcc emails, that shine like Kanye on the set of South Park. The track has the similar feel of Stephen Swartz’s “Bullet Train” combining deep, rumbling bass with emotive piano, cinematic effects and female vocals that top the whole thing off. Illenium has a 4 track EP coming on January 16th, which so far sounds outstanding.

Free Download: Illenium ft. Sirma – Drop Our Hearts

House | Kanye West – Bound 2 (Solidisco Remix)

Posted by on November 28, 2013

solidisco kanye

Now that you’ve gained about 43 pounds in food weight, I think it’s about time you danced it all off. Here to help you with that is the newest remix from Solidisco for Kanye West’s, “Bound 2”. In the wake of the risqué video, Solidisco thought that a fun, bouncy remix was in order. The song focuses on the Charlie Wilson vocals and oozes with a French Touch style.

The remix is about as far from the original Yeezus sound as it gets, however, as I’m sure Kanye would agree: music is about originality. Enjoy the free offering and sleep tight.

Hip-Hop | Tarik – Everything I Am Part 2 (Produced by Dante CK)

Posted by on September 17, 2013

As promised Tarik drops a new track this week. On Tarik last tape, T.R.I.G.S he dropped a cover of Kanye’s hit Everything I Am. He follows that up with a part 2 that I can say is just as good as the first one. Follow him on his social media.

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Videos | Kanye West – Black Skinhead (Official Video)

Posted by on July 22, 2013


In typical Kanye form, Yeezus’s latest video was released without much warning, about an hour after a tweet regarding the video surfaced. After receiving a leak of the video a couple weeks ago, after a few heads rolled in camp Kanye, the REAL, official video has been released. Obviously the video isn’t able to be embedded, because it’s Kanye, so I will direct you over here to his website to watch it. The video is interesting, artistically cool but not something aesthetically pleasing to my taste. What we expected from the first visuals off critically acclaimed and critically hated album, Yeezus.

Dubstep, Pop | Kanye West – Black Skinhead (Trumpdisco Remix)

Posted by on July 14, 2013

Kanye West - Black Skinhead (Trumpdisco Remix)

Kanye West’s “Yesus” was the start of a remix extravaganza, and I don’t have to say how many we all have already seen. Trumpdisco has been the only remix I like so far that is not Trap, and he did an exceptional job at doing so. I was not expecting such filthy bass synths on this, and the progression is that Kanye darkness. If Kanye was into this type of music, I think he would approve of this remix.


Hip-Hop, Rap | Sam Lachow – 80 Bars Pt. 2

Posted by on July 13, 2013

Oh, where to begin…Well, how about with GZA, because that’s exactly where Sam started. Then on to Lil’ Keke, Kanye, Keak Da Sneak, Nelly, and finally TLC. Blending all these instrumentals together flawlessly, Lachow shows off his versatility as well as command of delivery. Seattle born and raised, Sam has no qualms with showing pride for The Town; the whole video is shot throughout the city and displays Sam and company clowning around. And, that’s really what this release was about, after the slowed-down introspective sounds of Sam’s previous release, “King Lear“, this was a fun way to bounce back and show that the fun-loving kid was still having a great time making music.

Sam has just finished up his Midwest/Northwest tour and is now back at it in the studio. There is without a doubt plenty more to be heard, and in fact “80 Bars Pt. 3” will release as soon as Lachow reaches 10k followers on Twitter. What are you waiting for? Go follow him, I need some new music!

Hip-Hop | J.Cole – Let Nas Down (Remix ft. Nas)

Posted by on June 24, 2013


“It’s just part of the game, becoming a rap king, my N*%*a you aint let Nas down”


Just like Kanye did in “Big Brother” with No I.D. being his mentor, young Jermaine decided to serenade his own mentor is Nas. Being a good mentor and all, Nas decided to hop on the track and spit a couple verses to his prodigy. The beat is perfect for the track, bringing a very 90s sound that made it seem like one Nas would have used. Born Sinner is hands down my favorite project that came out the 18th so if you have yet to grab it, I highly suggest doing so! Cole World.