Posts Tagged ‘Rap’
French producer FAB puts out quite the dance worthy remix to Fat Joe’s 2002 single “What’s Luv” featuring Ashanti from his fourth studio album Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.), stream or download the track below.
Ekali already having credit from Drake’s new release If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late delivers a nice edit to “Know Yourself”, stream or download below. Look out for an interview with the Vancouver artist before he takes off for Europe.
London’s Tom Misch and Jordak Rakei from Australia team up to give Slum Village’s “Get Dis Money” from their 2000 album Fantastic. Vol 2 a fantastic remix, stream above.
Wantigga from the Netherlands gives 2Pac’s second posthumously single “Do For Love” from his 1997 album R U Still Down? (Remember Me) an amazing house flip that will surely get you moving, stream below!
AGO/Soulection’s Waldo releases “Rich Without Money” produced by Fortune, Gravesz & Sango which is perfect timing since he’ll be in Vancouver at the AutoForm with Sango, Esta, Lakim and Andre Power for Dreamcast 4.0 February 14th. Stream the track below, more info on the event here.
On January 29th Big Sean releases his first single “Blesssings” off his upcoming album Dark Sky Paradise which features Drake & Kanye West plus Vinylz and Boi-1da produced the track. Flow-Fi/Chapel Sound’s Ekali already jumped on the hit single adding that much needed bass plus giving his own little twist that gives it that extra thump for the clubs. If you didn’t know already Ekali will be with the whole Chapel Sound crew at Fortune Sound Club because they’ll be taking over Happy Ending Fridays which is going to be a real treat, click here for more info on the event. Stream or download the track below!
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E.A.S.Y. (Shiftee and Enferno) embody both the #RealDJing and #AfterEDM conversations A-Trak sparked. With all three of them being DMC champions, it’s natural that A-Trak would be one of E.A.S.Y.’s first supporters.
After their first ever release and #liveremix video parodying Andy Samberg’s “When Will The Bass Drop” skit and an official remix of A-Trak, E.A.S.Y. returns with their second original track ‘Coming Around Again’ - a rave-ready jam that lives at the intersection of rap and EDM but sidesteps the cliches.