disclaimer* we are not responsible for your actions; any stunting on ex’s or quitting your day job as a result of listening to this song is not our fault!…..
Earlier this month Auntie Naj released the single and video for ‘Feels So Good’ – it feels like a sign that since then the video only has likes … it may be a song about living in the moment, but it shines some hope and confidence to get you through this day and on to the next one ! The positivity is infectious from the big smiles, expert joy-riding and texas-sized swanging through NY’s, Malcolm X blvd in the all white decked out BM! I know its cold down here in TN, but seeing Auntie w the top down is giving me some life. This is one ya’ll needed in your life for the weekend so DJ’s make sure you get the crowd going with this one ASAP !
Word on the streets is we’ve got a lot of stuff in the works to be expected from Auntie Naj in the near future ! We’ll keep you in the know , bet ! Follow the links below to keep up yourself.
London rapper Kelvo closed out 2018 with an eight song project known as Lost 3. Acting as the third piece in his ongoing series, the lofi smoke session features production from Joe Nora, Hm Surf, and more.
Earlier this week, iPad producer ZenZan let loose the Blade Runner inspired project 2049. Made up of eight instrumentals, the bass-heavy tape is soaked in jazz, trap, ambient, and hip-hop. It’s a glorious escape for 20 minutes.
Paying homage to the Chicago legend Frankie Knuckles, producers Mulatto and Cangelosi linked up for a 9-and-a-half minute house mix known as Grand Prix. The project takes inspiration from the race track and feels like driving a fast car after midnight. Don’t sleep. Get on your feet.
Milwaukee wild child Zed Kenzo does it all on her own with the new single “Go Psycho.” Focusing on self-empowerment, lone wolf global takeovers, and uplifting isolation, the track is something you need to bump when you need a pick-me-up. Something to blast before a job interview, before a blind date, before anything stressful that comes your way.
St. Louis vocalist/producer Sean Deaux linked with Chicago vocalist/producer Qari for “Persona”. With Deauxva behind the boards, the two trade hazy, atmospheric lines. It sounds like slow motion in a strip club.
Turn your head around for an instant and you might miss something special from producer Jetson. The New Zealand artist and Chill Children founder has released four heaters in the last few months.
His most recent is ‘Coolin’ which sounds exactly like summer. Which it is, on the other side of the globe. Prior to that drop, he released ‘pull up on u’ , which is unstoppable, pounding through the speakers, and comes complete with edited video work.
From flips to reworkings to ‘late night edits’ to original numbers, his portfolio is one to play during a midnight rainstorm. Something to impress your friends and appease your eardrums.
With four pieces of music that impress following his past Lemon Water EP, consider this a reminder to continue listening to Jetson. Who knew bass-heavy bangers could be this smooth?
A lovely new collaborative single between Miami producers INVT and vocalists Kesari and Chester Watson. It’s been on repeat since it dropped over the weekend. The artwork comes courtesy of Watson, who recently teased a lofi beat tape. Stay alert.
Late last year, rapper Rigz linked with Australian producer Flu for a five song EP A Piece of the Action. The bar-heavy project is full of hypnotizing soul samples and smooth flows. If you like what you hear, check out the added instrumentals over on Bandcamp.
Multifaceted artist Nedarb kickstarted this calendar year with a 16 song album known as Amity. Featuring an epic plethora of familiar names and Candy Drips affiliates, the project blends genres for a sound unlike anything around. It’s been great watching Nedarb’s evolution and progression, and this album is a further example of that rise.