Dubstep | Chelsea Wolfe – Feral Love (Collin McLoughlin Game Of Thrones Remix)

Posted by on April 8, 2014

Collin McLoughlin always delivers. Today is no exception, with his new Chelsea Wolfe “Feral Love (Game Of Thrones Remix)” that just hit the interwebs this morning. Pulling the haunting and ominous original into a more euphoric and almost hip hop influenced direction McLoughlin has once again brought his signature bass swells, smooth plucks and ambient sound to the table, this time creating a unique blend of trance, melodic dub step and even trap into a new sonic fixture. Re-sung by the extremely talented Mona Moua, Collin’s new remix is nothing short of awesome. Dubbed “Lannister-Step” it seems that winter has finally come in the form of this awesome “Game Of Thrones” remix.

Exclusive | Party Favor Ticket Giveaway!

Posted by on March 4, 2014

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The homie Party Favor hit us up with a free ticket giveaway for his stop in Freehold, NJ at the brand new venue Game Changer World. If you’ve been following Party Favor’s latest releases, you know this show’s about to be a riot! Apply now to win via Punchtab below! The contest will end March 7th at 12PM and winners will be announced by email! Do yourself favor and join the party!

Hip-Hop | Saturday Standouts: New Rick Ross/Andre 3000, 50 Cent/Dr. Dre/Alicia Keys, Wiz Khalifa/Game

Posted by on July 28, 2012

It’s been a big week for hip-hop, with Nas’ authentic and lyrical Life is Good taking the top spot on the charts, and a number of big-name collaborations dropping (a majority of which happen to be leaks from God Forgives, I Don’t). We’ve already taken a look at his underwhelming trade-off with Dr. Dre and Jay-Z (“3 Kings”), and now with a handful of rapper-assisted tracks leaking (featuring the likes of Andre 3000, Drake and Wale) I’m becoming more skeptical of his upcoming effort. I think that too many times artists rely upon features to provide sales and generate interest, when much of the time all it does is disguise the fact that a rapper can’t keep a listener’s interest over the course of a full LP. Other times, the featured artists’ contributions can become the highlights—which is certainly true in regards to Andre 3000’s work on “Sixteen.” Here’s a look at some of the week’s most compelling collabs:

Rick Ross — Sixteen (feat. Andre 3000)

This track is definitely the best thing I’ve heard from God Forgives, I Don’t thus far, and it’s not because of Rozay. Over some extremely soulful, saxophone-induced J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League production, Rawse bellows about how “sixteen [bars] ain’t enough” before dropping an elongated verse that certainly could’ve been shortened. Then Andre steps into the light with a plethora of flows and multisyllabic lines, and that crisp form of storytelling that is so illustrated and idiosyncratic that it’s just mesmerizing. Here’s one standout for Ross’ project.

50 Cent — New Day (feat. Dr. Dre & Alicia Keys)

For so much star-power, it’s a shame that this track never really manages to grab me. The whole track just bleeds a genericness that it never steps beyond, from Dre and 50’s stagnant verses to the Alicia-crooned chorus that really isn’t saying anything (“Party people say, party people say ‘ayyyy’/It’s a new day.” It’s the kind of pop songwriting that makes me cringe—that which strives to make people think they’re listening to something meaningful, keeping the shallowness of the message directly equivalent to that of the listener. This one’s a big flop from my end, as is everything I’ve seen from 50 and Dre lately.

Wiz Khalifa — Far From Coach (feat. Game & Stat Quo)

I used to be a huge Game fan back in his G-Unit/Aftermath days, and though I’ve stayed in touch with his music I haven’t found anything as gripping or interesting in his recent work. But for his verse on the new single from Wiz’s upcoming work O.N.I.F.C., Game is back to his energetic, rhyme-heavy flow that always leaves a great West Coast tint on the track. He steals the show here, especially compared with an average chorus and Wiz verse, and a poor assist from Stat Quo (the former Shady signee) that struggles to keep the vibe up. Overall, though, this is a feel-good track that I’ll be bumping as proof that Game is back on his game.





Hip-Hop, Rap, Videos | Game – The City ft. Kendrick Lamar [Video]

Posted by on March 22, 2012

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It doesn’t get much better than a Kendrick Lamar feature these days.  Yeah, Game can still make a solid track, but K. Dot slaughters this this hook and the acapella at the end is unparalleled.  Personally, this is my favorite record off Game’s album, R.E.D., which shaped up to be a respectable project despite the years of continued delay it kept receiving.  There is a quote at the end of the video by Game, describing in a nutshell what the video represents and how he has overcome hardships like no other to make it to where he is today.

“Los Angeles, CA – Though sometimes colorful, there are two colors that stand out the most…Those colors being red and blue.  When mixed together, these two colors cast a dark shadow over everything under the sun.  Most are still fighting to see the light.” – Game

Purchase on iTunes: Game – The City ft. Kendrick Lamar

Hip-Hop | The Game ft. Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Moufy | Hip-Hop

Posted by on June 24, 2011

Breezy and Game have teaming up a lot as of late, and every song that they’ve put out hasn’t been disappointing. Rumor has it that this will be on Game’s RED album. Oh, and in other hip hop news Weezy is hinting towards possibly retiring after Carter IV. According to him he wants to retire while he’s still hot…personally I think it’s a little late for that…

DOWNLOAD: The Game ft. Chris Brown – Pot Of Gold

Since Bradley of Sublime died I’ve never heard much from them that I liked, but the surviving members of the group teamed up with Wiz to bring a reggae track that is perfect for loungin’ around on those hot summer days.

DOWNLOAD: Sublime ft. Wiz Khalifa – Can You Feel It

Here’s another Boston track from Moufy. Keep a head’s up for Boston Lights, dropping in August.

DOWNLOAD: Moufy – Pick it Up

Hip-Hop | The Game, 50 Cent, & more | Hip-Hop

Posted by on June 17, 2011

Game does his thing on this track and Mars kills this hook. Personally I think its a lot better than the second Game track I posted below, but maybe thats just cause DJ Khaled is screaming nonsense for the first 30 seconds of it.
DOWNLOAD: The Game ft. Mars – I’m On DOPE

DOWNLOAD: The Game ft. Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross, Fabolous, & Lil Wayne – Bottles And Rockin J’s

50 changed up his flow big time for this track. It may take some getting used to, but the hook is bad ass.

DOWNLOAD: 50 Cent – Outlaw

Hip-Hop | Tupac Ft. The Game – “Everywhere I Go” | Hip-Hop

Posted by on May 31, 2011

Something about being dead just can’t seem to stop him from having amazing tracks dropped. “It’s only a flesh wound” I didn’t even have to wait for the Game’s part of the track. The second you hear Tupac’s opening you are hooked. No, I don’t believe he is still alive. Yes, you should download this track.

DOWNLOAD: Tupac Ft. The Game – Everywhere I Go – MUST DOWNLOAD