Indie, Pop | The Golden Pony Feat. Suntalk – Bonfire

Posted by on January 8, 2014


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A few weeks back I introduced The Golden Pony’s remix of Peaches “F*ck the Pain Away,” and today the afro boy duo is back with an original “Bonfire,” an indie nu-disco pop record with soul, which I think they get from their fros, featuring vocals from Suntalk an indie nu-disco pop record with soul, which I think they get from their fros. The story behind this track is pretty interesting, and I’ll let them tell it:

Bonfire” was written after reading this proverb called “The Zen of Work”. It goes “When you do something, you should burn yourself up completely, like a good bonfire, leaving no trace of your self”. For some reason it reminded us of our favorite musicians who died young like Jimi, Janis, Otis, Jim Morrison, and Kurt.

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Free Download: The Golden Pony Feat. Suntalk –  Bonfire

Trap | Tommy Trash – Trapple Pig (NYMZ Mix)

Posted by on December 9, 2012

If you are into a good trapped out house remix, then you are looking at the right post. NYMZ ,(1/2 of Milo and Otis) and part of DEFEP, just released this funky bass filled trap remix to Tommy Trash’s Truffle Pig giving it his own little spin and naming it Trapple Pig, which I thought was pretty clever. Keeping the nice disco house theme while adding his own trap drum kit to spice up this track and give it the bass it was missing.


Chill, Hip-Hop | Chance the Rapper – Lift Up

Posted by on July 23, 2012

Loyal Chance the Rapper fans will realize that this song is a few months old. But in my opinion, it did not get the blog love that it deserved. Chance shows off another facet of his game in Lift Up, where he croons smoothly and soulfully, reminiscent of Long Time II and Cordial Invite. The instrumental is slow and matches the vibe given off by Chance perfectly. The song was originally recorded with a group Milo and Otis, and was released on their album, The Joy, which is why it wasn’t seen on the blogosphere.


Freestyle, Hip-Hop, Videos | Can Biebs Really Rap?

Posted by on November 18, 2011

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Ok, this is something that needs to be discussed.  This is not the first time we’ve seen Justin Bieber go in.  While some people are fretting over the 20-year old broad’s claims that she got Bieber’s seed, the young floppy haired pop star is spitting flames on live radio and more importantly, impressing the shit out of people.  So my question to you is, can Justin Bieber really rap and will he have a career in hip-hop? Sound off in the comments section!

Hip-Hop | K-OS & Drake- Faith Part 2

Posted by on October 5, 2011

K-OS and Drake threw down to make Faith Part 2, after their first release last August, its been a long time coming. The song is set up pretty differently, knowing K-OS that’s not that bizarre. Let the first verse ride out to the guitar soul beat and the hook is wicked old school. With artists like Jay and Kanye hooking up with Otis, it seems that old school meets the newbies is not a passing trend.

Download:K-OS ft. Drake- Faith Part 2 (Feat. Drake)


Hip-Hop, Videos | Jay Fresh- Otis (SuperVision Remix) Video

Posted by on August 31, 2011

After a quick introduction to the blogosphere, Jay Fresh is back with the highly anticipated visuals to his “Otis” remix which dropped here a few days ago. For a rapper that’s 19 years old, he seems to really have an artistic maturity that places him above the rest. I’m looking forward to more “freshness” as he continues to drops solid tracks on the blog world. Be sure to follow Jay on his journey via Facebook and Twitter, as he represents Dallas while taking the blogosphere by storm. Shout out to El Magico, Jay’s manager, for exclusively sending this over last night.

DOWNLOAD: Jay Fresh- Otis (SuperVision Remix)

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Electro, Hip-Hop | Jay Fresh- Otis (SuperVision Remix)

Posted by on August 24, 2011

Jordan Michael Johnson, better known as Jay Fresh, is a hip-hop artist coming out of the indie music scene in Dallas. His compositions are mixtures of eclectic electronic beats with hip-hop overtones and while his style has been described by some as “eclectic modern hip-hop,” his appeal is increasingly defined by a more thoughtful focus on the lyrical.

In the past year, Jay has become a notable fixture among the Dallas live music scene – opening for artists such as: LMFAO, Wale, The Cool Kids, Mac Miller, Yelawolf, Big Krit and Trae The Truth. Jay recently teamed up with producer SuperVision (whose currently in the Pretty Lights camp), to create this original electronic remix of the Jay-Z/Kanye West’s original “Watch The Throne” cut.

I know what you’re thinking, not another “Otis” remix. Believe me, I wouldn’t have featured this if I didn’t think it wasn’t worth your time. Be sure to follow Jay on his journey via Facebook and Twitter, as he continues to make quality music and put the city of Dallas on his back. I have a feeling Jay Fresh may just be the blogosphere’s next big artist.

DOWNLOAD: Jay Fresh- Otis (SuperVision Remix)

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