Saint Pepsi by Fiona Coyne is a solid song to throw on when you are crushing some beers by the pool this weekend. Enjoy!
Meek Mill recently criticized Wale saying that Wale doesn’t fit in with MMG. Here’s Wale’s response:
The question is where is Rozay at to squash the beef between two of the bigger artists on his label?
Here’s Wale’s twist on Yayo by Snootie
SOHN is a Vienna-based, London-born producer who came out with his first EP back in April, Tremors. Tremors is worth checking out top to bottom. An indie electronic style with some R&B elements make SOHN a great artist to chill to. SOHN is worth keeping an eye on.
What happens when you mix Van Gogh with Kendrick Lamar? You get Fly Art. Fly Art is an “Homage to the Finer Things in life: Art and Hip Hop.” Hard to disagree with that assessment. The juxtaposition between the two is what makes them so interesting. At first glance, the two have no relation but there’s an overlap in style and creation that makes them go well with each other. It’s somehow very fitting. Maybe not and I’m just buying into it. Who knows?
3LAU had a remix contest for his hit BPM banger How You Love Me. This remix by JUSTice makes me love this song all over again! Check out the past 3LAU post here too and download some more of his jams.
MØ (@MOMOMOYouth) is arguably one of my favorite artist out right now. If you haven’t had the chance to listen, stop what you are doing and buy her album, No Mythologies to Follow. Right here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/no-mythologies-to-follow-deluxe/id745924649
Just do it. MØ (pronounced Mouh) is a Danish singer/songwriter who came in hot last year with tracks like “Glass” and “Pilgrim”. Since then she’s released her EP, Bikini Daze and her album. She’s just wrapped up her first US tour and will be back in the fall. Girl brings the noise. I got the opportunity to cheek out a show and she killed it. Coming into the crowd, dancing with everyone, all over the stage. Seems like a total homie. Hope you guys like her ish as much as I do.
It’s 2 in the morning and you’re still up. Check out Often by the Weeknd. This new release is a bootycall anthem. Might as well take advantage and throw the free download on that playlist you have for some late night action. You know that playlist.
You will not be able to stop listening to this remix by German music producer Glastrophobie to the classic jam Youth by Daughter.
This 8-minute deep house track absolutely bumps. Download here.
Odesza is one of the biggest up and comers in EDM. Fresh off their first EP last year, these guys just wrapped up their first tour and keep putting out sick mixes. They recently announced that they’ll be touring the second half of the year, mainly on the west coast. Check em out if you get the chance. Visit their site for details.
By the way, the girls in the video aren’t bad either