Mainstream Remix | You Have To Hear Jessame’s “Planes” Remix Featuring GameBrand

Posted by on August 31, 2015

I’m not an R&B guy anymore. I long sold my soul to the deep house train. However, I heard Jeremih’s original “Planes” single and instantly loved it. When blog impresario Stefan Jobe hit me about Jessame and Gamebrand’s “Planes” remix my interest was instantly peaked. And I wasn’t let down. Jessame’s vocals combined with Gamebrand’s production makes this a tune you need to have on repeat on your Sonos player while you crush the most tunes.


Chill | Moodblanc – Faith

Posted by on February 12, 2014


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The interesting thing about music is that it really depends as to how and when you listen to it for it to hit you. I’ve had Moodblanc on my radar the past 2 days as they’ve been doing their promo on Twitter, and Facebook with their latest release “Faith” and it captured my attention. My first listen I knew this track was special but it didn’t hit my soul like it does this morning. Maybe it’s the Wednesday morning sunlight that’s putting life into this record and bringing the faith back, either way, I’m with it! This is a must listen and a must download! The world needs to know about Moodblanc!

Free Download: Moodblanc – Faith

Hip-Hop, Rap | San Williams – #drugs

Posted by on September 14, 2013

A few days ago, I was perusing SoundCloud when I stumbled upon a rapper by the name of San Williams. Going in to the song with skepticism, (as I do with all random SoundCloud songs), I was instantly caught off-guard by San Williams distinct sound. A dark and raspy voice, the emcee has some bottled up emotion that spills on to each of his tracks. One in particular, “#drugs”, tells the tail of Williams quarrels with the drug game and his past experiences, speaking often times with a very pejorative tone towards the drug culture and those who use.

The song is powerful to say the least and the message behind really drives the whole project. Look below for what inspired San to write this song and also to stream/download the song itself.

San’s first encounter with drugs:
School had just ended. I was in third grade so instead of going to aftercare, I got to wait in the gym with the other big kids. On the average day, I’d sit in the gym for an hour or so till my mom picked me up, but this time my mom was already there. I knew something was wrong because as soon as I sat down I could see my mother’s eyes were red as if she had been crying.

“San, your dad was arrested today,” She whimpered as we pulled away from school. “ He was arrested for something that I just cant explain right now, but you will find out sooner or later, and when you do find out…” She then looked me straight in my eyes, the same way my father gave me that day on his bed “… When you find out just know that everything he did, he did for you.”

As we drove past our house my mother told me that we were going to visit him and the entire car ride there I felt numb, a feeling I still hold in my heart, a numbness that spreads from the edges of my toes to the crown of my head and throughout my soul. As we arrived at the station we began a process that to this day I still perform: starting with the waiting room then to the metal detectors and then to the holding area. My mother my sister and I walked towards the door with the guard in front and in we went.

Cracked glass smeared with a decades worth of filth and lies separated the two of us…


Hip-Hop, Videos | Huey Mack – My Soul (Fallout Boy – Save Rock and Roll Remix) (Prod. Judge)

Posted by on April 28, 2013

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There’s no doubt that Huey Mack has been crushing the song cover game to hold us over while he prepares for his next project release. Produced by none other than Paul Judge, Huey takes on a remix of Fallout Boy’s “Save Rock and Roll“. The thing about Huey is that he makes many different types of music for his fans and many relate to tracks like this one, while still keeping an even balance for those who prefer the more upbeat “party” tracks. Nice work by Huey and Judge on this one.