I don’t usually listen to ratchet music, but when I do, it’s YG…or Problem (whaaaaaaaaat).
More great music from the 206, here’s the video for Seattle band Barcelona’s “Fall In Love,” taken from their Love You EP. Be on the lookout for these guys…
The man behind Blur and The Gorillaz, Damon Albarn, is finally preparing to release his first solo album and “Lonely Press Play” is the first offering from it. Featuring video shot by Damon himself on a tablet, the visuals show scenes from Tokyo, London, Dallas, Utah, Colchester, North Korea, Iceland, and Devon.
If you’re lonely, press play.
Trippy (visuals) mane. Digging the hip-hop chop influence on the beat here too, good stuff.
Rochelle is one of the dopest up and coming R&B singers around, and yet another talented artist from Toronto. The T-Dot has really had it on lock the last few years, very impressive. Can’t help but hear a little Aaliyah in this KLSH produced jam. Baby Girl would be proud.
PDX & the Bay connect on this one, produced by Trox. Shout to all the homies along I-5 South.
Another amazing artist coming out of the UK, Kwabs, might be my favorite new voice in music. His vocals are really powerful, though they are tempered down a bit on this specific record. Great stuff.
The EP is out February 3rd.
I’m so late on the Disclosure bandwagon, but I hopped on a few months ago and I’m all in. These guys can do no wrong.
The latest visual from Shad’s excellent Flying Colours album, one of the best projects of the year. Stop sleeping and COP IT!
Looks like the ASAP Mob is gearing up for another group release and this is the first offering we’ve seen from it. While I don’t expect them to follow this vibe for the whole project, I’m glad this one isn’t a trap record.
This one is straight out of ’95. And that’s a beautiful thing.