The ‘genre killer’ has done it yet again
it seems that everything Ta-Ku gets his hands on instantly becomes gold, and it’s no different with his remix of Faker’s Talk is Cheap. Completely detaching any real lyrics and instead infusing scant lyrics layered over a building percussion. What starts as a somber tone builds up into an eruption of emotion around the half way point and continues through the song. Ta-ku really knows how to convey emotions through his building beats and sounds, and this is why so many people love his music. Take a listen for yourself and you’ll know what I mean…
Metic, “an independent producer based in Hong Kong”, did an excellent rework on Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s classic Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang. Perfect way to start off your summer with some mellow guitar vibes mixed in with some gangsta rap. Listen below.
Anytime Goldbloc reposts anything on Soundcloud I give it a listen, its always on point. Same goes with this remix of Tinashe’s Vulnerable by Dave Luxe. Give it a listen, and check out the rest of his remixes/refixes pack out for free rolling a milli followers on fb.
BadBadNotGood (BBNG) is a instrumental jazz trio from Toronto known for their collaborations with Odd Future, particularly Tyler the Creator. They recently released their debut album on May 6th, download it via Itunes, and dropped this stellar remix of Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s Shame as well which fits perfectly with both of their flows.
BBNG x Tyler the Creator
A chilled out remix of Kilter’s “They Say” by the Aussie producer Cln. Take a listen below.
I have never been a huge fan of Tyga and his style of rapping, but I have always respected his choice of beats. He turned Cedric Gervais’s “Molly” into a hip-hop heater that was much better than the original in my opinion. In this track, he raps over DVBBS and Borgeous’s “Tsunami”, one of the biggest festival tunes of the year and does not disappoint. Tsunami has been considered “repetitive” but the lyrics and the hook add so much more to the song. I see a trend of rappers getting into these festival songs. I wouldn’t be surprised to see plenty more in the future. I sure as hell would be happy about it. Props to Tyga for changing the game up. Download the Tsunami remix!
Amazing, yet very interesting, remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “Blow my High” and the Game’s “The City”. Take a listen pretty dizopee.
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This remix of Vampire Weekend’s “Step” features three very different rappers spitting verses over an original Vampire Weekend beat. The instrumental morphing electronic elements, with piano and string instruments makes for an excellent backdrop. All three emcees rap about love, the “one that got away”, and growing up and take a much more different approach to lost love than Vampire Weekend does in the original “Step”.
With Vampire Weekend’s “Modern Vampires of the City” being one of the best albums of 2013, and already a new remix released via their twitter account in 2014. It seems safe to say Vampire Weekend has high hopes for 2014. This remix is incredible.
Way to goooooodd. loving this have it on repeat.
Free download on this version
Norweigan 22 year old Kygo has been on fire lately with his chilled out vibes and on point remixes. This remix of Ed Sheeran’s I See Fire is sure to keep his rise going, with Kygo’s characteristic beautiful melodic vibes and unusual instrumentation backing Sheeran’s always relaxing vocals.
If you dig that song, since we’re just getting up and going and haven’t posted any of his other music before, check these out…
All of these are downloadable for free by liking his Facebook page