New Track: Knock – Kayobe x Rashid St. James

Canadian beatmaker KAYOBE teams up with rapper Rashid St. James to unveil the brand new single, ‘Knock’.

A collaboration ignited by a mutual friend, the duo worked other tracks to be included on the EP, but it was the latest release where the guys really connected. It ignited Rashid pen to poetic verses over a three-minute hypnotic soundscapes, with KAYOBE contributing to the chorus.

‘Knock’, the first release  from KAYOBE‘s forthcoming EP, ‘Nevermore.’ Check it out below:

 

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New Tracks: Quiet Place/Wait! – Dizzy Rambunctious

Following his heartfelt tribute to rapper XXXTentacion back in June, DIZZY RAMBUNCTIOUS bounced right back with a two-track set, ‘Quiet Place/Wait!, boasting a downtempo, trip-hop vibe.

If this is your thing, check them out below:

New Track: Beast Boy – Jay Portal x DBLCRSS

Hailing from Hamilton – a city in Ontario – DBLCRSS and JAY PORTAL are hell-bent on injecting some serious fire into their hometown’s near non-existent hip-hop scene with brand new single,  ‘Beast Boy’

Although their latest effort is a hip-hop track that boasts an infectiously boisterous bass, the Canadian youngsters wanted to produce accompanied visuals that’s not the typical rap video – so there’ll be no feature of video babes twerking in the clubs with champagne poured all over them (sorry guys!)

‘Beast Boy’, the first release from their debut EP ‘Hell Is Where The Heart Is’, out now on all streaming/downloading sites.

Check out the video below:

 

Premiere: I’m Good For You (Workelius Remix) – Zangba

ZANGBA‘s hip-hop and R&B gem, ‘I’m  Good For You’ – which features the mesmerising vocals of California’s R&B/soul singer Maskerade – received a refreshing makeover from Swedish producer Workelius. With its ultra-pounding baseline, flirtatious raps and soulful vocals, this dance-friendly banger is ripe for radio airplay and is guaranteed to get heads bopping and feet tapping.

‘I’m Good For You’ documents that  flirtatious relationship between a man and a woman. Speaking of the single, ZANGBA says: ” Once the carefree and flirtatious period is over, the guy quickly realises that his love interest is a much better fit than his past girlfriends, making her the perfect wife material. The kale greens, which is pictured on the cover art, symbolises they’re a great fit.”

The original version of ‘I’m Good For You’ is featured on ZANGBA’s debut mixtape, entitled, ‘Hip-Hop, Soul, and R&B’. The ten-track project is smothered with a nostalgic flair and layered with classic raps and a delicious dose of soul music.

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ZANGBA is a Long Island-based award-winning author, celebrity blogger, conscious
emcee, and Editor-in-Chief at Bong Mines Entertainment, LLC. His creative works
have been featured on major media outlets such as FOX 5, NBC, Today, Fox and
Friends, Kathy Lee and Hoda, ABC, Daily Mail (UK), and Essence Magazine.
He recently received a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from
Congressman Charles B. Rangel for his literary achievements, commitment to
strengthening the nation and making a difference through volunteering service in urban communities.

‘I’m Good For You (Workelius Remix)’ is out from TODAY on all steaming/download sites. Check it out below:

New Track: Tableturn – Marek Kubala

Newcomer MAREK KUBALA pours his inner musings into his debut EP ‘Awhile’, released on 10th August via 3BarFire Recordings.

Fusing the progressive electronics of French duo Air with the acoustic subtleties of Elliot Smith and Nick Drake, ‘Awhile’s warm, lo-fi tracks combine heartfelt lyricism with lush instrumentation. First from the EP is lead single ‘Tableturn’ which hails back to a relationship that wasn’t meant to be, enveloping the heartfelt lyricism with soaring strings and soft instrumentals.

Based in East London, the Huddersfield native began his musical journey playing the folk and acoustic nights around the North of England. During his studies in Liverpool, he was introduced to a vibrant house and techno scene. Integrating the two worlds, ‘Awhile’ combines the retro 60s/70s-influenced psychedelia of indie music with the droning hypnotism of electronica.

The budding artist is set to release more this year as the lead singer of a new electro-indie band, comprised of DJ/producers Jerry Bouthier and Andrea Gorgerino (Kitsune/Vivienne Westwood).

In his pursuit of new sounds, Marek can be described in contrasts: organic yet downbeat, nostalgic yet forward moving. With the release of his debut EP, the musician has demonstrated his ability to successfully create his own sonic dreamscape.

Hear for yourself; have a listen to ‘Turntable.’