Song of the Day: Remember – LA Sabree (ft. Adonai)

‘Remember’ is LA SABREE’s attempt at a love song. Growing up, LA recalls most of his favorite hip-hop albums containing a romantic record or two specifically for female listeners to vibe to. During a listening session, his friend told him he was missing that exact type of song. Ever the perfectionist, Sabree vowed to make it happen.

Once he heard the beat by Producer GHXST, he sought out to bring the idea to fruition. However, he ended up creating something else entirely…

‘Remember’ is an anthem for men reminiscing about their old flames – and more importantly and specifically that woman it just didn’t work out with despite everything lining up like it would. In the record, LA SABREE recounts the vibes, moments and conversations he had with a girlfriend who professed her love for him. By the end all he has left are the pictures in his phone.

‘Remember’ is available on all major streaming platforms…check it out below..

 

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The Hamiltones Share Official Music Video For ‘Alone’

Grammy-nominated viral sensations THE HAMILTONES returns with the Last American B-Boy-directed music video for ‘Alone’. Co-produced by KP of The Colleagues and Blanco Brown, the song is from the trio’s acclaimed debut EP Watch The Ton3s.

The video arrives on the heels of the announcement of THE HAMILTONES‘ headlining show at Sony Hall in NYC on Friday, November 8, 2019. The show is one of a handful of show dates left on the Watch The Ton3s tour, which rounds out on December 3rd at The Kennedy Center in DC.

In addition to the headline show, the trio are featured on Snoop Dogg’s new album, ‘I Wanna Thank Me’.

Check out video for ‘Alone’ below…

A1 Teams Up With Krystal Rose For Remix Of ‘Playing Games’

A1 is back, starting the week on a smooth note, with a makeover on Summer Walker’s single, ‘Playing Games’, enlisting up and coming R&B singer Krystal Kose to add some silky smooth vibes to the afterhours banger.

This could be one of his best freestyles yet…have a sample below…

 

EP Review: Probably Crying – Girl Wilde

When I first hit the play button on GIRL WILDE‘s latest EP, ‘Probably Crying’, I wasn’t only instantly hit by the explosive combo of electro pop and 90’s inspired grunge rock, but her alluring vocals that could rival the likes of Gwen Stefani.

Don’t get caught up in the fluffy frills with a slight rebellious streak, if you’re planning to listen to this EP. Beyond the fun-packed arrangements, the LA artist bravely taps into her vulnerability and covers personal and deep-rooted subjects such as depression (in ‘I Don’t Wanna Die,’ ‘Probably Crying’), female sexual desire (‘WeT’), and anger management (‘BATSHiT’).

Although the above subjects are often swept under the carpet, the message in this EP is clear and simple: it’s OK to experience those feelings, so embrace them!

‘Probably Crying’ is one pretty neat package – why not check it out below…

Must Listens: Probably Crying, Killing Time

Song of the Day: BTWLD – Broox

Delightfully blending R&B, electronica, and indie-pop, Brooklyn-based artist BROOX, graces the blog’s limelight for the first time with ‘B T W L D’, taken from her latest feel-good two -track EP titled ‘Over Easy’.

The latest project marks an evolution in BROOX’s artistry since her 2018 debut ‘Out / Through’, showcasing her newfound confidence in her more R&B-leaning sound.

Showing love to someone you care deeply for, ‘B T W L D’ is make it to today’s hot spot for its instantly lucid boom-bap and neo-soul vibe.

Since her inception, Brooklyn-based BROOX has gained 380K+ Spotify streams and press support from the likes of We Found New Music, Qweerist, and Go Magazine (100 Women We Love: Class of 2018 feature).

Well here’s your chance to sample her yourself: have a listen to ‘B T W L D’ – and while you’re at it, check out the B-side, ‘She’s Been Listening’, a song for the outcasts, the weirdos, the ones who got picked on when they were young.

‘Over Easy’ EP is now available on all download/streaming sites.