Chance the Rapper drops the latest single from Acid Rap, with video included, called “Good Ass Intro.” A soulful mixed house-bounce euphoric, proclaiming Chance is back “Even better than the last time.” We’re counting down the days for this thing to release. Listen and watch below, enjoy!
This production is insane. Brought to you by NYC producer Harry Fraud, who on Friday will be releasing a mixtape called Adrift featuring the likes of Mac Miller, French Montana, and Bronsolinio himself. Beats like this are perfect for Action. Enjoy!
I love posting a “Week that Was” with bands and rappers that I’ve never blogged about before. A great mix of music from all over the world. Make sure to keep sending us music and let us know what you think! If you’re feelin’ down, start with Jahan Lennon. If you’re feelin’ stressed, play the Generationals. If you’re trying to party, go straight to Kill Paris. Music for everyone. Enjoy!
Julian Casablancas’ muddy vocals are back, casually drifting through the beautifully constructed mess of fuzz and bouncy melodies. The Strokes at their best. “All the Time” is the first track from their upcoming LP Comedown Machine. Let us know what you think.
Hope everyone had a great week, we’ve really been doing our best trying to keep everyone updated on the important music news over the week. For this week’s “Week that Was” we lead off with Lorde, who in her Facebook About Me describes herself as our “favorite little head game.” Perfect. Her music draws you in and keeps you smiling and bobbing your head until the end. Later on we have 2 bands from Chicago, Young Man and Houses, and fellow midwest-ers The ACBs, from Kansas City, Missouri. Enjoy and let us know what stands out! Keep sending music to firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Danny Brown now Soulja Boy. Yes. This did actually happen. And while it may be pretty weird… the song sounds pretty…. good? We’re going with that for now. Take a listen below and let us know what you think.
Presto aka Tokyo Shawn raps over Flosstradamus’ Original Don. The track is dope, the Savemoney rappers flow fitting perfectly over the frenetic J2k and Autobot pace. Check it out below, and download if you feel it. After the jump, watch the preview of Shawn’s “When I Met You,” which will drop in full on Valentines Day.
The Kritter drops the visuals for “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” off his debut album Live from the Underground. K.R.I.T. recounts his father’s sagely ways, with a flip-book revealing memories crucial to the rapper’s past: the first time he fell off his bike, his shattered baseball dreams, and the condom that saved him. A great video for a powerful song.