RahRah The Savage – Bills Remix (feat. Siren)

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Up and coming Milwaukee MC RahRah The Savage just dropped a tight remix of Destiny Child's Bills, and one could argue that it's better than the original. More than proficient singing and on point lyrics from RahRah and beautiful back up vocals by Siren (who just put out her first single), go perfectly over the classic instrumental. The vocal layering in this track really sets … [Read more...]

Nas – The Season (Prod. By J Dilla)

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Happy Halloween! In a truely grand and spooky move, hip hop legend Nas has resurrected J Dilla in the form of his new track, The Season, which uses the instrumental Gobstopper from off Dilla's much acclaimed Donuts release. Nas announced the track during a Q&A for RTJ2 earlier this week (Nas is, after all, an investor in Mass Appeal Records) and it was released on … [Read more...]

BenZel Ft. Juicy J & Cashmere Cat – Four

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Cashmere Cat has seemingly worked with everyone this year like Ludacris, Alison Wonderland, Usher, Ariana Grande, and he can now add BenZel and Juicy J to that list. On their track Four, BenZel and Cashmere Cat lay down an amazing beat that Juicy J flows over ever so smoothly. Benzel doesn't release music often, but when they do the track always accumulates lots of plays and … [Read more...]

RL Grime – Scylla

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WEDIDIT producer and trap kingpin RL Grime refuses to stop giving us reasons to by hyped for VOID, the Los Angeles DJ's debut full-length album slated for release on November 17th. From the air horn-blaring single "Core"  to the R&B influenced How to Dress Well collab "Reminder," the Grimey one has continued to impress us and raise expectations for his highly-anticipated … [Read more...]

Feed Me & Kill The Noise – Far Away

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You know the kinds of songs that you listen to, and suddenly everything feels a little bit better? 'Far Away' by Feed Me & Kill The Noise is exactly that song. When I saw that the two were linking up yet again, I expected something a bit darker and heavier much like "Thumbs Up For Rock and Roll." I couldn't be more wrong, and that is totally Ok!   Far Away was an … [Read more...]