Over the past week, we’ve seen an awesome union between our friends at Boomrat and OWSLA. Exclusive playlists from the likes of The M Machine, Valentino Khan and Yogi have paved the way for the grand finale: Skrillex. Nothing needs to be said of his prowess in all things electronic. Check out his curated collection of tunes that covers everything from melodic bass cuts to Drake.
After setting the internet ablaze last week with his New Slaves Routine, Craze is back with a new track called ‘Bow Down’ that features the Dade County legend, Trick Daddy. While his talent on the decks is indisputable, his foray into the production world is now well solidified with this tune. There’s a palpable level of anger in both the routine and track, and it’s clear that the DMC champion is making strides to educate a generation of dance music fans that there’s more to DJing than just pressing a button and dancing around stage like an idiot. Look for this track to drop soon on his label, Slow Roast Records.
Halloween came early for you kids, the yung dirty bird Justin Jay has gotta treat for you!
“Dirtybird’s 10 year anniversary is creepin up which is crazy. Can’t believe the label’s been doing its thing for 10-years. I wish I’d been in on it since I was 11, but I was getting down to jamz like this at the time so I can’t really complain. With Halloween coming up, this just had to happen….” – Justin Jay
“2 Philly kids who like to bump” is the only quote necessary to describe the collaborative project known as Louis Futon. In less than a year the Philadelphia based duo have take soundcloud by storm, targeting chart-topping hip hop tracks and flipping them into down tempo house, or “Future Lean” as they categorize it. Their remix of Mos Def’s “Ms. Fat Booty” passed a million plays, and their recent original “Mojito” has already racked up close to 100,000 downloads. Fans of Flume, Cashmere Cat and Sweater Beats will be all over this new flip on Future’s single “I Won” – listen and grab it below for FREE!
The #Future1Hundred regime rolls on with another game-changer from Whiiite – this time taking on DJ Mustard, YG & Drake’s chart-topping hood anthem “Who Do You Love”. The original’s eerie piano keys keeps this one to the streets, but Whiiite’s future sound it to a whole new level with a howling drop and massive low end. Grab it below for FREE, and be on the lookout for more from the #Future1Hundred movement!
It’s indisputable the impact Kendrick has had on the hip-hop industry in the recent year and it’s exciting to see him collab with an all star like Flying Lotus. While FlyLo preps his “You’re Dead” LP he let some info slip that Kendrick is sitting on a host of beats produced by the legend which means ever more gems like the one embedded above may be in the works! For now – revel in the “Never Catch Me” stride and keep your eyes open for what’s to come!
SNBRN returns with a clever twist of Mark Morrisons crowd-pleasing hit “Return of the Mack.” With a warm bassline and a plethora of live instruments, SNBRN’s signature sheen turns the original into an irresistible dance remix.
“So, I’m back up in the game…with a brand new remix of one of my all time favorite songs. There hadn’t been a remix in years and decided to give this thee old SNBRN touch. With tons of live instruments and a nice warm bassline this track is sure to keep you dancing from the pool to the club all summer long.”
The LA mystery man Whiiite just dropped a little spin on Lana Del Rey’s ‘Shades Of Cool’ and it’s got a refreshing summer hip-hop vibe. The haunting vocals of Lana get flipped, cut up and laid into an energetic production with a killer drum line that carries all the way through. Here’s what he had to say…
“Was vibing on Lana Del Rey’s New album on a flight from Chicago to LA and heard Shades of Cool. Started messing with a beat on the flight and this is where we ended. Hope you all enjoy. As always truly thankful for all your support… spreading the word about our project, reposts, retweets, etc. Much Love”
Dr. Fresh has been spitting hot fire lately. His most recent take on ‘Snoop Dogg’s – Sexual Seduction’ turns the legendary down tempo track into a futuristic dance floor heater.
Dr. Fresch on the remix:
“I’ve always been a huge fan of this song, because of how Snoop was able to mix his brand seamlessly with an 80’s inspired, retro yet forward thinking sound. Because of the different qualities that Snoop’s sung vocals and hip hop verse carry, I was able to use both differently to create a dynamic future remix that spans across several different genres, while maintaining true to my production style and brand.”
The low end stylings of the LA based Wood Holly has flipped another hip hop anthem into an uptempo booty – this time taking on Schoolboy Q’s “Studio.” For all DJs who need to sneak those jams into their sets look no further than Wood Holly’s production, these are 100% fit for the club!