Hip-Hop | Tlona Tiabi releases new track ‘Never Ever Land’

Posted by on September 16, 2021

Southern-born, west coast based recording artist “Tlona Tiabi” pronounced (Tee-loan-uh / Tee-yah-be) is mastering his sound “Trap Soul”. Never Ever Land sails on a stripped-back mellow beat; its narrower mystic music production has a dreamy effect. The track is personal to the artist; his deep thinking and connection with his birthplace give insight into another world of relationship experiences involving family, friends, and
lovers. The music video unlocks an ethereal illusion into TIona Tiabi’s creative process. Be sure to check out Never Ever Land.

“Never Ever Land” is about Tlona iabi’s birthplace. NeverEverLand is a floating island in space where there are no
boundaries. It is known as a place where positive escapism is a way of life. The people overn the island, and all live at peace with themselves & one another eternal life. Everything on the island is organic from the alkaline rivers, the psilocybin flowers and the THC clouds. Never Ever Land has numerous suns & moons which makes this difficult to keep track of time”.

Electronic | Kill Them With Colour – Paria

Posted by on April 21, 2014

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Here’s a progressive wavy record for ya’ll “Paria” by Canadian production duo Kill Them With Colour intended to accompany your high during this 4/20 week long celebration (you read it correctly, week long celebration), though if you did it right you should still be THC’ed out from yesterday’s session. The vibes on this record are electric, but I can’t help but hear an artist like Drake hopping on this and crashing the internet with it. If you’re open to new sounds, and like some melody to your trap, this one’s for you! This is a must listen and a must download!

Free Download: Kill Them With Colour – Paria

Mixtapes | The Higher Concept

Posted by on June 6, 2010

Considering it’s the theme song to the HBO series How To Make It In America, many of you may recognize THC’s previously posted hit titled “I Need A Dollar (Remix)”. The catchy hook backed by a consistent bass-line compliments THC’s flow quite well, something which seems to be a recurrent theme in his music. Both of the tracks below, which incidentally are off of the free mixtape, bring a similar vibe to your speakers. I’m loving “Rise and Fall”; it sounds like a Red Hot Chili Pepper jam with a few rap verses thrown in the mix.

MUST DOWNLOAD: The Higher Concept – Rise and Fall ft. Nation, Snow (prod. by Tekst and Contraband)
Download: The Higher Concept – So High ft. Amerika (prod. by Mike Cash)
Previously: The Higher Concept – I Need A Dollar Remix

Download the mixtape HERE