Hip-Hop | Latium’s BENJ Drops Somebody (Who Loves You)”

Posted by on May 18, 2015


Latium’s BENJ, who’s beginning to make a name for himself in the blogosphere with a slew of catchy remixes and originals, drops his Mark Pelli produced “Somebody (Who Loves You)” that’s Canadian bacon for your ears. Showcasing his vocal chops as heard on his popular “Baby Blue” remix, BENJ paints a picture with his words over atmospheric production that we’ll be pressing play on for weeks to come.

Expect more BENJ music coming your way very soon.

Abstract Hip-Hop | Chance the Rapper, Lido, and Towkio Join Forces to Drop One of the Best Songs of 2015

Posted by on April 8, 2015

The combination of the people on this track was a precursor to just how good this track was going to be. As much as I expected out of this song, it surpassed any and all expectations. The beginning with Lido’s chorus then slows down into a beautiful synthy piano to compliment Towkio’s flow then switching to the juke style beat to let you reminisce just how good Chance’s flow is over that type of beat. Bliss. A group of young individuals who are ahead of the artist curve, and all are paving the way for themselves to solidify their stay in the music industry. Look out for Towkio’s mixtape coming out soon, Lido’s LP, and Chance’s SURF project with the SOX. Good music is on the way so rejoice! In the mean time, let this hold you over.

Kelvin House | Estiva & The Spacies – Voices (Kelvin & Lash Official Remix)

Posted by on January 21, 2015


There are a rare breed of artists who are able create a new sound that is truly original. These pioneers are the flumes, the porter robinsons, and now, the Kelvins of the world. This remix is the beginning of Kelvin House. We were sent this remix along with two unreleased Kelvin tracks and we can tell you now, Kelvin is about to blow up. If you aren’t already familiar with Lash do yourself a favor and check out their soundcloud here. Our hats go off to both Kelvin & Lash for this incredible remix.

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House | Michael Calfan – Prelude (Available September 12)

Posted by on September 9, 2014

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 Not sure how I’ve missed this track by Michael Calfan “Prelude,” but with just a few days before the release on September 12th via Spinning Records, I still have time to get myself acquainted with this progressive vocal house gem, and I just made that term up, because in all honesty it’s straight house, with hints of French house and glitch house if I say so myself.  Having named the record “Prelude” one can only anticipate that is just the beginning, and I sure as hell can’t wait to hear what more Michael Calfan has in store for us! This is a must listen, get lost to that piano!

Mainstream Remix | The Weeknd – Often (Kygo Remix)

Posted by on July 28, 2014

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I’ve seen a lot of talk lately about Kygo signing to Sony. Some congratulated, some even claimed this was the beginning of the end. It’s incredible to me that fans, or people who claim to be, wouldn’t want to see their favorite artist progress. Fans don’t understand how hard it is to make a living in this music scene. The barriers to entry are higher then they’ve ever been. What Kygo has done is unprecedented, yet fans have this ill-informed notion that Sony is going ruin his brand. Sure, major labels are notorious for messing up an artist’s brand. We’ve seen many artists (sadly) come and go because they signed. Kygo, and his team, are too smart to let that happen. Kygo is going to be just fine.

Hip-Hop | RICK ROSS – THE DEVIL IS A LIE (FT. JAY Z)

Posted by on December 19, 2013

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Rozay releases the anticipated song The Devil Is A Lie with Jay Z today and it was well worth the wait. The combo of Ross and Jay is one of my favorites in hip hop and I hope more is to come after this and You Know I Got It. Look for Bosses album  MasterMind  at the beginning of 2014.

Hip-Hop, Rap, Trap | Kanye West – Flashing Lights (TWRK Remix)

Posted by on November 27, 2013

At the beginning this song makes out to be just another twerk remix with claps on claps on claps… but once the synths kick in, this remix goes from twerking to trapping. Such a good collaboration of the two genres and use of the sample. Don’t get me wrong – I have a strong love for the original, but the way that TWRK has redone the edit, completely new way of listening to the song without getting bored!