Kicking off his High Beams US tour this month, our two-faced GDD fav RL Grime just released a giveaway remix for Chief Keef’s “Love Sosa” for FREE download via The Fader to celebrate his favorite rap song of last year. Big horns and a major layered clap make this one another hood anthem for Henry in the books. Hurry and grab it fast, it won’t be available for long!
“G Like Me,” a collaboration between UK DJ/Producer Sinden and Huntsville duo G-Side, is a medium-dark, rolling lesson in Social Darwinism. It’s an eat or be eaten world, whether you like it or not. ST 2 Lettaz explains: I don’t wanna bust, but I will. Brenmar’s a pro at plucking vocal phrases and making them theses (see: “Let’s Pretend,” his excellent distillation of Chris Brown’s “Yo (Excuse Me Miss)”). Here he zones in on Kill or be killed, revving up the phrase until it serves him better, sounding more like Kill the beat. Derek Allen, Herve and Mele also toyed with the single. Listen to their takes here. G-Side’s newest album, iSLAND, is out this Friday via Slow Motion Soundz. Pre-order it from G-Side’s Bandcamp now and be the first to download album cut “Look Up.”
Brenmar. Something sexy. Something you play while you get hyped for a date (post-date). Something so current and relevant that the buzz might not have reached your over-electroed-ears. Something that I had the chance to see more than once in Miami during Ultra week, and every time, I was more impressed than the last. The girls were dancing. And I’m not talking about the Snooki fist-pump. I mean, ACTUALLY DANCING. R&B, 2-step, house, (not)dubstep, whatever. This mix for The Fader showcases a grip of his newest tracks for the first time, as well as a host of other unreleased club joints. If you have a chance to catch him in a city by you, invite that someone you’ve been wanting to holler at, and get to twerkin’.