Jesse Boykins III flips Drake’s ‘Doing It Wrong.’ The video is directed by Jessie Boykins III & Olivia Seally and is off Jesse’s latest EP, P.O.P [purpose or people].
Earlier this week, Kid Cudi released some new music, dropping a track titled ‘Satellite Flight’. Keep a eye out for Cudder’s EP SATELLITE FLIGHT: The Journey To Mother Moon which will be coming soon. As usual, Cudi is hit or miss music, and you know what side I fall on if I’m writing about it.
Chloe Howl is another artist in the forefront of anti-pop. Howl’s sound is pop, but her lyrics and content actually has substance. Recently she re-did her video of ‘Rumour,’ [original] which plays on the stereotypes of how woman are portrayed. The video shows people playing Chess, which we are guessing is a metaphor of how
Paris/NYC label Zappruder Records announced the release of Canadian Tropic Harbour‘s debut EP, Colour. Peep the video for the sublime lead single “Colour” below. EP will see daylight on February 4th.
Really like the way this new project from Broken Bells is shaping out to be and with the guys latest track (which is also the new album title) to surface “After The Disco,” my introductory statement in the beginning of this post certainly has not changed. Stream the amped up cut in its entirety below.
It’s been an incredible year for Sam Smith. This past Friday via Dummy Magazine, the remix of Nirvana was released by Until The Ribbon Breaks. Fresh off of winning the BRITs Critics Choice Award as well as being featuring on successful tracks earlier this year (Naughty Boy’s “La La La” and Disclosure’s “Latch”). Nirvana is
Ella Eyre is ending the year out with a bang as she delivers another cut from her forthcoming debut EP. “Love Me Like You” is another richly produced track that should wearing out your speakers for the rest of the day. Take this uptempo jam which you can stream in full below with you into
NYC jazz vocalist and pianist Niia releases her ‘Generation Blue’ visuals for her slow burning track. When we say slow burning, we mean it. The video has a Niia reading a newspaper that slowly catches on fire during the 3 minute and 23 second video. If Niia sounds vaguley familar to you, you might remember
One of the best of acts of 2013, London Grammar, ended up covering one of the most talked about artist in 2013, Miley Cyrus. While at there recent visit to BBC Radio 1′s Live Lounge, the trio performed Cyrus’ Wrecking Ball. Hate it or love it, Wrecking Ball was one of the most played songs