Hip-Hop | Wally Fattz Releases Music Video For “Gwalla” Produced By Supah Mario

Posted by on April 15, 2016

South Carolina isn’t home to many notable hip-hop acts, but Wally Fattz is bound to put SC on the map. His new music video for “Gwalla” has been gaining a lot of traction on SoundCloud, receiving well over 100,000 plays in merely six months. To capitalize on this achievement, Wally has released an official music video for the Supah Mario-produced anthem. Check out the Loud Visuals-directed clip above and make sure to follow Wally on Twitter to stay up to date with upcoming releases!

Wally Fattz – Gwalla: Purchase on iTunes

Drum & Bass | Nadia Ali – Rapture (Jest*R Remix)

Posted by on December 12, 2013

Nadia Ali - Rapture (Jest*R Remix)Nadia Ali’s “Rapture” is a trance classic in my opinion, and there have been many artists that have done their fair share of house, electro, and dubstep remixes, but this liquid drum & bass remix is a first for me. Jest*R is a lone producer from Myrtle Beach, SC and I really have to give him props on this remix. It is a serious beauty. I half expected the overuse of the vocals as most remixes of “Rapture” have, but Jest*R seems to have put much more focus on his melody, letting the vocals be that little extra something to the mix.


Free Download: Nadia Ali – Rapture (Jest*R Remix)

Electro, Mainstream Remix | Frank Ocean – Pyramids (Chi Duly Remix)

Posted by on September 4, 2012

One of my favorite remixers in the game, Chi Duly, hits us with his latest rework masterpiece. I’ve been on Chi’s bandwagon since I heard his versions of The Weeknd’s tunes. A good remixer is able to keep the structure of the original song, while still being able to add their own creative pillars to…supplement it. Channel Orange was one of my favorite albums of the year, and I know many people felt the same way. But I’m sure all those people will be behind me in thanking Chi for shortening this song to half it’s original length. This track will be featured on Mick Boogie and Stylecaster’s “Sounds From The Front Row Vol. 6,” so be on the lookout for that as well. Read Chi Duly’s thoughts below the SC player after you download this work of art.

“When I remix something I visualize a place the song needs to go. Naturally the place for this song would be a trendy night club filled with mummies and Egyptians in golden robes inside of a pyramid floating in the Red Sea. They would most likely be drinking wine, dancing and conversing about a general hatred for Brendan Fraiser. I mean I’d be defending him though. Sometimes people tend to forget about a cinematic achievement called Encino Man. Anyways pyramids are crazy.”