Los Angeles vocalist Snoh has released a new song called “Bad Things” and for this, she was able to bring in Common for a nice verse to make it sound nice and warm. Snoh is originally from Sweden but is living in L.A. to let the United States and the world know about her and her singing talents. Perhaps this song with Common will make people turn their heads twice in 2015, so be early and do it now in 2014. The song was produced by No I.D., who produced the full EP to come from Snoh called There Will Be Sunshine (ARTium QOQ/Epic).
If hip-hop were on bath salts, what would it sound like? It may look like “Giraffe Pussy, but what would that sound like? What would that look like? Apollo Brown and Ras Kass figured it out, and were able to get Royce Da 5’9”, Xzibit and Bishop Lamont to be sure that the feeling was somehow mutual. The song is from Apollo Brown & Ras Kass’ album Blasphemy, and you’re getting a chance to download the song, free of charge.
KingZilla sounds massive but in this case it’s the title of an EP by King K.O.N.G. and Teck-Zilla, and you’re able to download it in full for free from Audiomack. Musically, it is massive so don’t let the nine songs hold you back. Then again, an EP is usually five songs so nine songs is just the right size to be an album, which it is. The EP also features contributions from AVN and Sonyae.
If you’re a Sivion enthusiast, you will definitely remember a song he released into a video last year called “Real Talk”. Due to the strength of the song, he decided to have someone remix it. He placed that duty in the hands of Soulseize and he was able to get DJ Sean P, Jurny Big and muzeONE to create something close to a posse track. Personally, I wished these verses were a bit longer but I’m satisfied with what was released. The song can be downloaded for free, while supplies last.
Jay Peso talks about wanting to reach new levels with his music but understands the demands “the devil” may bring on him and others who are trying their best to keep head above water. “Alone” may state that he feels the song title but he also knows that there are many others like him who are struggling to survive in the game of life, knowing one has to get out of the game mentality in order to make it from point A to point B.
Small VVorld is the latest album from Rome Fortune and not only that, it’s for free, so no excuses for not wanting to check it out. Another reason for you to check it out would be after watching a video for one of its songs, “Four Seasons”, which may want you to ask for four more reasons to hear it so here’s one: OG Maco. Find three possible others by pressing play on it, it’ll do you no harm. Small VVorld can be accessed by clicking the Soundcloud page below.
L’Orange not only has free music for you in the form of an extended play, but the EP is being distributed as a free item. Yes, it’s free of charge so have a listen to After The Flowers, which features help from Blame One, Amerigo Gazaway, Chuck Inglish, Red Pill. Xiomara, Billy Woods, Meyhem Lauren, and Johaz.
Dirt Disciples are DJ Concept and Rome Clientel and together they’ve come up with a self-titled mini-EP that will show the world what their music is about, and why you should highly consider having a listne to it.
If you ever felt like a song that is deserving for full insertion madness, you’ll want to check out this remix of “Lost In The Crowd” by Bassnectar & Jantsen. The song, remixed by LOCOJA (all capital letters), also features Fashawn and Zion I making it pierced for madness, so make sure your hands are not too dry.
When pop music is done close-to-perfection, you can’t help but praise it and let everyone know about it, which is what I’m doing here. The Rebel Light are a group from Los Angeles who produce, engineer, and record everything themselves, so not only do they know how they want to sound, they’re making sure of this by doing it themselves. The song has been getting a small bit of airplay on radio stations around the world so if you like it, find a local radio station that still has a request line and let them know you want to hear it too.