RnB | ChrisLee presents ‘Trouble’ as featured in Grownish

Posted by on September 5, 2019

LA based singer/songwriter ChrisLee teams up with producer Tim Legend for ‘Trouble,’ originally featured on the hit show Grownish. Chris made his debut last year by releasing a string of earthy RnB crooners for all the right vibes. Returning back to the studio for the majority of this year, Chris is back and it could spell trouble, don’t stop releasing Mr Lee, keep it coming, this is a must listen!

Chill | Levie Unleashes Dark Pop Sound Via “Trouble”

Posted by on May 10, 2017

If you don’t know Levie, now is the time. The solo producer based in Orlando, but born and raised in Brazil, has a serious pop future ahead of him. He’s played almost every venue in Orlando, including opening for the official Orlando City soccer team. His vocals, a semi-mixture of a Phill Collins vibe and a modern pop-rock feel, is one of many elements that sets Levie apart.

After the success of previous release “Paralyzed,” Levie has released “Trouble”. A single that well-distinguishes what this guy is made. The original showcases strong hooks and an overall melodic experience, as well a rough-around-the-edges feel with a sprinkle of an indie-electronic theme in there. Levie continues to produce, sing, and grow his fan base out of South Florida and beyond, catch a show of his if you are in the area.

House | Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs Unveils Brand New Original On Rinse FM Residency

Posted by on October 5, 2015

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Underground dance music would not be where it is now without Rinse FM. Since its inception in 1994, Rinse FM has gone on to champion UK-centric dance music and artists like Shadow Child, Skream, Kode9, amongst others. This month, Rinse FM has been hosting Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs for a special month long residency radio show, and he just used the second episode of the mix to unveil one of his biggest surprises – his first original since his debut album, Trouble, dropped over three years ago. Starting at the 1:36:00 mark of the mix, you can hear Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaur’s signature house groove, as he weaves a pulsing bass line into heady percussion arrangements and his very own vocals on his brand new original. Check it out above, and make sure to keep an eye out for more magic out of the UK legend.


Hip-Hop, Pop | Timmy D. – Trouble [Music Video]

Posted by on November 1, 2012

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Taylor Swift has set records with last week’s release of her latest studio album, Red, selling 1.208 million week 1 copies.  That being said, I can’t ignore a track that features bangin production sampling Taylor’s “I Knew You Were Trouble”.  Credit producer Lu Balz with that.  In terms of the vocals, I’m not overly impressed, but I wanted to leave it up to the FNT faithful to hear your thoughts.  Is Timmy D. a face you expect to see again or is this another case of Pabst Blue Raps? Sound off in the comments section.

DOWNLOAD: Timmy D. – Trouble

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Hip-Hop | Bei Maejor ft. J. Cole (Music Video), e-dubble, & Jedi Mind Tricks

Posted by on September 20, 2011

Fresh off the release of his most recent mixtape, maejorMaejor, Bei drops the official visuals for the first single off his debut album.  We had previously seen an unofficial video for this which lacked an appearance from Jermaine.  Is it just me or do Cole and Maejor almost look like brothers?

Download: Bei Maejor ft. J. Cole – Trouble

Flipping pages, here’s a track from the Baltimore MC that dropped just a few days ago.  Personally I’m a big fan of e-dubble’s authentic style of creative hip-hop and sampling, but I don’t know how often he’s posted on FNT.  If you’ve never heard e-dubble, it may take a minute to warm up to him because his style is so unique.  He is the Santa Claus of free music and has a knack of finding some of the nicest samples.  On this particular track, his producer cuts up “Herb Dub Collie Dub” by Jamaican ska band The Skatalites.  He also switches up the hook from “Love Shack” and adds his own spin for part of his hook.

Download: e-dubble – Life Coach

It’s been a minute since we heard from the underground army, Jedi Mind Tricks, but they are back on the scene despite the loss of producer, Stoupe (The Enemy Of Mankind).  Vinny Paz and Jus Allah have kept the group afloat as they plan to release their newest album, Violence Begets Violence, on October 25th of this year.

Download: Jedi Mind Tricks – Target Practice