Fresh new [e aka Cloudeater for everyone’s ears. This time they link up with DC & MMG’s Wale to release “Faces”.
Released this morning as an exclusive via Jay Z’s Life+Times, hopefully that sorta platform gives [e a bigger profile; they are a band with a bright future. Further more on this track they were able to get Wale back on his shit, not that MMG Wale is bad, but I feel its content and style hasn’t given him a chance to shine and express why he was so hot a few years ago in the first place.
I’m upset at myself for letting this sit for the past couple days, without letting it out to the masses; though if you know Sound FX you’ve got other outlets to pick up the latest. Titled Medusa, it is the latest mixtape from the Los Angeles duo, and brings a little more experimental sound to their catalogue to hear them tell it:
Medusa is about life situations that leave us immobilized; and women who make it difficult to love. While working on our debut album “The Sunset LP” we often times get side tracked and distracted, as is the nature of creative arts, Medusa is the outcome those random thoughts and unforgettable life experiences.
My man Dave Edwards just put down his latest remix; this time to Louis La Roche‘s “Untrue” and its available for FREE download.
Keep an eye and ear out for Dave Edwards, already with an accomplished track record spinning at New York clubs, he’s steadily been releasing top notch remix and original work, culminating the release of his debut EP The World Is Ours (ITunes).
Get with it folks, Big K.R.I.T. has just released his most recent tape “4eva N A Day” for the free. Get yours. I’m a K.R.I.T., no doubt, he’s been consistently putting together top quality work without putting out any major or for pay release thus far in his career. The man can’t lose. Tracklisting below & Download HERE.
As the mystery of The Weeknd unravels this comes through the bay door. Previously in his career The Weeknd, Abel Tesfaye, was part of Canadian production team The Noise. The tracks below are from that period in his career, though perhaps not over yet, he is definitely taking on a greater presence as The Weeknd.
As the story goes, the track “Birthday Suit” is/was a demo for Drake; we’ll see if some version of it pops up on Drake’s follow up Take Care. Also look out for 2 more mixtapes by The Weeknd to follow up his outstanding R&B kick in the balls House of Balloons, the first of which title Thursday coming soon.