Bass, Trap | Young Thug – Stoner (Miles Medina Remix)

Posted by on April 8, 2014


Just after getting his “Throw Some D’s” remix spun by the legends themselves GTA down at Ultra in Miami, Miles Medina is back with a brand new hit: a remix of Young Thug’s “Stoner.”

The original already went hard, but after you listen to the twist Miles put on it, you’re going to lose your mind – especially if you hear it live. This thing is dirty, and I mean that in the best possible way. Remember his “My Neck My Back” remix? This track bumps just as loud, so make sure to grab your free copy and show Miles Medina some love by giving him a like or a follow.

Free DownloadYoung Thug – Stoner (Miles Medina Remix)

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Bootleg, Review | Miles Medina: New Fame, New Track

Posted by on February 10, 2014


Miles Medina, the 26-year-old breakout artist from the San Francisco-Bay Area gave us some time on the phone the other day to talk about his career so far, what’s going on now, and what we can look for in the future.

Following a burst of fame after the release of his “My Neck My Back” remix, Miles had artists all over the map throwing down his track. He even went on to describe it as a “staple” in Lil Jon’s set for a while, and that it was rumored EDM legend Diplo had spun it a few times. Check out the banger for yourself:

Just a couple of months later, Miles would release another hard-hitting remix of Rich Boy’s “Throw Some D’s,” gaining him even more visibility. Shortly after this, he signed on to Monster Products as an official artist, just in time to close out 2013. Since then, he’s performed in a variety of venues, such as the Soundscape Music Festival in Tahoe, playing alongside the likes of ETC!ETC!, DJ Chuckie, Borgore, and Carnage. His performing experience spans beyond his solo career, however, doing shows with Mad Decent-featured and SF-native producer Panic City under the alias URFRIENDS. When asked how his time in the limelight will affect the duo, Miles commented that he and Panic City have “told each other that they are never going to stop doing URFIRENDS,” and “it’s never going to fall apart.”

Just this past week, Miles released a new track that encompasses a variety of  genres, creating a fully developed sound that will no doubt go off in the club. The remix of Gorilla Zoe’s “Hood N***a” is up for free download on Miles’ Facebook page (and it’s definitely worth it if you’re looking to turn up a little bit). We asked Medina what we could look for in the coming months, and he said he plans to release tracks at least once or twice per month, and to look out for some “big,” unnamed collaborations. Don’t forget to give Miles a follow on his social media outlets: you won’t be disappointed.

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