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Stream Zoey Dollaz’s Dark New “Highway Full of Pain”

Zoey Dollaz opens up and faces his deep issues. Future’s protege hit the studio with Foreign Teck and Platinum producer Wallis Lane, to create this unforgettable banger, “Highway Full of Pain”. Many are familiar with the production of Lane, as he’s produced for Drake, PartyNextDoor, Travis Scott, Mac Miller and a host of other well-noted emcees. “Highway Full of Pain” is one of the few songs, where Zoey unleashes his personal side telling a vivid story about his struggles and pain with addiction and depression. Zoey Dollaz on dark secret: “I was in a suicidal, depressed, discouraged place. My mentality more »

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Drip God Sauce Walka Attacks Future on New Song, “Mask On”

Houston’s charismatic Sauce Walka returns with “Mask On” off of his new project Drip God. The streetz-proclaimed drip god is having a moment while proving himself time after time with a   consistent body of work and is showing no signs of slowing down. Biting one’s tongue has never been of much value in the book of Sauce Commandments and “Mask On” is no exception. With his unhinged, gravelly drawl  he wordsmith’s unapologetic attitude takes aim fake rappers in the game wearing bang bang diamonds, rapping about fake lives, gimmicks and percs, and of course, jocking his drip lifestyle The Sauce Wave more »

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After Two-Year Hiatus, Mark Redito Returns with Dreamy Follow-Up “Cloud Keep” with Abbi Press

Prolific electronic, Filipino producer, Mark Redito, returns to the fold with his vibrant new single, “Cloud Keep,” featuring Brooklyn Songstress and Producer, Abbi Press. Recovering from a lengthy writers block and subsequent disappearance, “Cloud Keep” is Redito’s first original follow-up since 2016’s “You’ll Only Love Me When I’m Gone.” Bounded by personal matters, Redito’s creative spirit hit a speed bump in 2016 – a fruitful year full of career accomplishments that included the successful debut of Likido, a concert series focusing on people of color, women and LGBTQ producers. “ “I felt burnt out and unmotivated,” Redito says of his more »

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J.Cole, Travis Scott, & Future Will Headline Rolling Loud Miami 2018

Attracting more than 120,000 fans to Miami Gardens for a weekend of non-stop hip-hop, 2017’s Rolling Loud Miami established itself as the #1 Hip-Hop Festival in the world. Returning to Miami-Dade County for its fourth annual bash, Rolling Loud announced the lineup for Rolling Loud 2018. Headlined by J. Cole, Travis Scott, and Future, the 2018 lineup presents the largest gathering of established and up-and-coming hip-hop stars in the world, featuring heavy-hitters like Migos, Cardi B and Lil Uzi Vert, veterans like N*E*R*D, The Diplomats and Juicy J, established names such as Young Thug, Big K.R.I.T., Young Dolph and Rick Ross, and risers like Playboi Carti, Lil Skies, Ski Mask The Slump God, Trippie Redd and many more. more »

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Deadenders Take You on a Journey with ‘Aether’

Meet Deadenders, a new LA bass duo who sound anything but what their name suggests. This group may only have been visible for a couple months, but their first two releases would make you think they’ve been lurking in the industry for much longer. Pulling in 17k soundcloud streams on these tracks, these “two guys having a good time” have hit the ground running in quite an impressive way. Creative high energy sound design, clean and crisp mixes, and an attention to flow really set Deadenders apart from the early days of most projects. They not only demand your attention, more »

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Awakening the Spirit within, Ray Volpe and Krys Talk team up for ‘Spirit Squad’

After completing serveral successful remixes for one another such as Fly Away and my personal favorite By Your Side, the artists known as Ray Volpe and Krys Talk are finally teaming up. This time they are back with a collaborative project under the title ‘Spirit Squad‘. The song starts off like the beginning of an action movie with its adrenaline-pumping synth that reminds you of the opening scene to The Dark Knight. As the energy begins to build up, out of no where a school bell rings surprising you. This is the signal from Ray and Krys that they’re about to shake more »

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Creating the Grand Design of “Where The Wild Things Are” by Illenium and Zeds Dead

And now for something completely different from Illenium and Zeds Dead, “Where the Wild Things Are” captures the turbulent nature of Zeds Dead right off the bat diving into the future sounds of Nick Miller (Illenium) creating one of the best collabs of the year. They have released it a bit early on Spotify as the song is actually being released today Monday July 24th wherever CDs aren’t sold. Normally, I would be reviewing this track’s killer growls and melodic synths, but I know you just read past this and just press play. Everyone will be playing this song deep more »

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Feature: Fusion of LEVITATE and 808 Mafia Makes For Addicting Anthem

Seattle based producer LEViT∆TE has established his place as one of the most distinguished and respected producers in the Pacific Northwest. The mysterious and metamorphic nature of his productions has solidified his position at the forefront of the electronic hip hop landscape. His most recent release, “Black Mass”, features trap icon Fuse of 808 Mafia. New York born, Atlanta based Fuse has not only spent years producing for the legendary 808 Mafia, but has also constructed productions for the likes of Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, and most recently, Big Sean. “Black Mass” evolves effortlessly yet explosively through complex layers more »

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Mo Vibez Teams Up with Explore for Dreamy Future Beat Collaboration; ‘What I Need’

Mo Vibez has returned with fresh new fire straight from the kitchen, along with producer Explore with their collaboration ‘What I Need’. Known for his hard hitting drums and smooth melodies, as well as pumping out banger after banger after banger, Mo Vibez is a well respected hustler. The two have previously appeared together on the Josh Pan track ‘Killshots’ which dominated the beats scene roughly a year ago and was a staple for dance floor mosh pits at clubs and events. With a heartbeat pulsing kick drum and the washed out, ethereal vocals from “Explore”, ‘What I Need’ takes more »

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Scissors Burst the Pop Music Bubble [FREE DOWNLOAD]

“Face the facts” – as they say. Well “they” actually don’t show their faces but what they do show, is a great taste in music. They call themselves “Scissors” and they just droped a remix of LA producer Nathaniel Knows’s single “Do You Even”. From the forward moving Electro original, the track received an allover renovation to fit into the newer future bass genre. The song takes the elements of the original and elevates them to an existence beyond that of your average remix. To take something and give it a new energy is a wonderful way to pay tribue more »

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Next To Blue Drops A Memorable Future Bass Banger

‘Into You’ is the latest single released on Night Owl Collective by Next To Blue. If you aren’t familiar with Next To Blue or Night Owl Collective then hopefully after this you’re sold. The track starts with a filtered melody and vinyl scratch sounds. Slowly more and more elements are added, such as birds chirping and a rhythmic hi-hat pattern. Other little pieces are introduced that perfectly mesh with the main melody before the drop. This quickly progresses with fast claps in the build up to the drop. When it drops, you’re thrown into heavily panned, fast paced and delightful future bass bliss that more »

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Louis Futon’s latest remix masterpiece samples Frank Ocean

If you thought Louis Futon was done fucking the game up after his delicious remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “PRIDE”, then you were wrong by a long shot. Returning to Facebook, Futon asked his fans which song to sample for his next beat challenge before settling on Frank Ocean’s “Solo” off of Ocean’s most recent LP ‘Blonde’. Tackling “Solo” would be quite an arduous task for an unprepared musician. Between the heavily moody feel of the track driven by the detuned organ piano, and Frank’s super loose, almost freeform delivery of the lyrics; any hopeful remixers would have their work cut out more »

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Louis Futon flips Kendrick Lamar’s ‘PRIDE’ into a mood-setting monster.

Less than a month after the monstrous release of Kendrick Lamar’s album ‘DAMN’, quite a few remixes have surfaced, including Mr. Carmack’s soundcloud takedown-worthy flip of DNA. Now, a new challenger has entered the ring in the form of Louis Futon. Futon is well known in the bass community for crafting sounds that are somehow, simultaneously hard and smooth, always leaving listeners in the mood and craving more. His most recent effort, shared to his Facebook, documents the journey of turning the intro of Kendrick’s PRIDE into a funky, lo-fi bedroom banger. Louis Futon remixing ‘PRIDE’ by Kendrick Lamar on Facebook He more »

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