Are you in the mood for partying? If yes, then grab Lunch Box by Randa and be the house DJ for the night. This nine-track album offers laidback party tracks that will immediately put you in a cool mood. Released in June 25, 2012, the album’s mixture of galaxy magic has attracted a hefty core following.Read More
Just when you think you’ve figured what genre of music The Polish Ambassador fits snugly into, they go and change the game on you. Is it EDM? Rap? World?
I don’t have the answer to that, but I can tell you that the newest album by this former DJ and his menagerie of accompanists is pretty fantastic.Read More
Portland, ME-based producer Phoniks teams up with Houston rapper Anti-Lilly to drop their collaboration project Stories From The Brass Section.
The deadly combination of these two talents brought up an 11-track album that features heavy jazz influence and remixes of ‘90s hip-hop classics. The album also includes the talents of Scolla, Devin Miles, and Awon.Read More
Fela Soul is a flawless fusion of the vocals of the hip-hop group, De La Soul and the music of the Nigerian jazz artist, Fela Kuti.
Assembled by Amerigo Gazaway, this mixtape via Gummy Soul is composed of nine tracks. The talent of the artists are showcased well that each track is composed impeccably. Get ready to lose yourself in the vivid, cascading rhythms and cracking rhymes.Read More
Rap hero, Spose, has released another mind-blowing tape titled Dankonia, which features Ryan Peters himself rapping over beats from now-defunct rap duo Outkast.
With Spose’s critical and sardonic style, he succeeds to bring out the farce of modern American life with comicalness and suave wordplay.Read More