Kendrick Lamar has rapidly risen in the rap industry in the past year. One of the main songs that brought him this success is “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe.” Kendrick released an official music video for his popular track today featuring Mike Epps. Check out the video below and let us know what you think.
We’ve heard many a remix to Krewella’s hit “Alive.” We finally have the highly anticipated remix by premiere producer Hardwell. Hardwell’s take on Krewella’s single has been appropriately named “The Final Remix.” Hopefully, producers will follow suit. The remix itself is what we expect out of a producer of Hardwell’s caliber, giving him yet another anthem just in time for summer festivals. Check out the track below and buy it on Beatport!
Daft Punk released a free album stream of their fourth studio album “Random Access Memories.” We have long awaited the return of Daft Punk and apparently, the album has blown people away. Check out the iTunes link below and follow the directions in your iTunes to listen to the album. It’s supposed amazing, give it a listen.
Harlem native Asasson just dropped his first release in a while, entitled “Writer’s Block”; Asasson’s old school style flow and lyrics do the DJ Premier/Mos Def beat justice. This song shows serious improvement since his last release, showing that Asasson has undeniable potential. Check out the track below and hit Asasson with a like on Facebook.
After a break from production because DJ Fresh Direct was Hoodie Allen’s tour DJ, DJ Fresh Direct has released this trap remix of Macklemore’s “Can’t Hold Us”. This awesome trap remix is filled with heavy 808′s that make for a high energy track. Lastly, you can stream and download the free track below!
Macklemore - Can't Hold Us (DJ Fresh Direct Remix)
Carnage is my favorite trap artist and his latest release is a banger as usual. Carnage teamed up with New & Used to produce this track and it was just released on beat port today. Stream the short preview below and purchase off of beatport on the link below.
Carnage Ft. New & Used - Signal!
Every time I hear a new song from The Wonder Years’ upcoming fourth studio LP I can’t imagine how they could possibly write anything better, but I’ll be damned if this isn’t the best track they’ve released off the album so far. The Philly-based pop-punk band has really matured from their first effort, Get Stoked on It, where they wrote songs about ninjas, monsters, pirates, etc. I’ve already got my tickets to the release show in a few days and I can’t wait to hear these phenomenal songs live. Check out the lyric video below.
“Where I Left You” is Man Overboard’s second single from their upcoming album, this time coming with a music video. This single is definitely stronger than the first single (“White Lies”) for the album. It’s hard to deny hearing the Blink influences in the beginning, but that applies to pretty much every pop-punk song. Definitely a great release by the band and this should make Man Overboard fans even more excited for Heart Attack on May 28th. Look out for The Story So Far’s cameo at the end of the video.
The Swedish Duo Cazzette have just released their Trap remix of Tim Berg’s “Alcoholic” and it is sweet. They hyped up this track, but as you can see they were not lying. This is a dope trap remix complete with heavy bass and hard hi-hats. You can purchase off Beatport or stream the preview below!
Tim Berg - Alcoholic (Cazzette's Trapleg Mix)
MGMT unleashes their new single entitled “Alien Days.” The psychedelic track takes on a unique sound with a child’s voice opening up the ballad. The lead singer then comes in over an acoustic guitar, a drum beat, and some synth play later in “Alien Days.” The mellow offering from MGMT may be a new direction for the band, but the track still keeps me interested in MGMT’s forthcoming album. I’m about to go back and listen to Congratulations after hearing “Alien Days.” Stream MGMT’s new single below.