Hope the winter have been good to everyone so far, the madness only grows from here. Make sure you take some time out of your week to keep those libraries updated. This week, Game has done it again, on the eve of the big release of Jesus Piece. After been featured on the Drive soundtrack, Kavinsky has lined up another film for his unique sounds. Beach Fossils has announced an new record, and a free track to go along with it. The Seshen fiddles with Trail And Ways latest single “Border Crosser.” Also in the mix, fresh material from Santigold, T.I., Pusha, Big K.R.I.T. and more.
The already dreamy track goes to another level with the help of the 7-piece Bay Area group. The add heavy, but subtle low-end, along with a vast amount of intricate sounds and quirks without compromising the original.
This highly anticipated track surfaced at the beginning of the week, and it does not disappoint. Boi-1da and The Maven Boys chop it up for the veteran crew to murder. Common and Game deliver conscious verses, while Ye goes gritty on the hook. Get the album on
This serves at Sunday Service No. 7, and seemingly the last one. The beat/sample on this is ridiculously smooth, thanks to Mark Henry.
This 37-year old French musician clearly has a gift for cinematic sounds and capturing the moment. You should probably have some laser guns handy while listening to this one.
Another single from the upcoming Trouble Man LP, and so far one of my favourites. The Neptunes did something special for TIP with this beat, and Cee Lo on the hook is perfect match.
We got the snippet for this early in the week, but the full cut is here. Cole snaps hard and fast over Wu-Tang’s “It’s Yourz.”
A second official single from G.O.O.D.’s Pusha, and it’s a rough one. Everyone goes hard on this one, including Young Chop on the beat.
A real smooth joint from Surf Club’s Kent Money, who’s still underrated in my opinion. Dave Young drops a soulful hook, which is well matched with the beat from Tha Bizness.
Santi’s latest upbeat jammer will be featured on the soundtrack of HBO’s latest series Girls.
KRIT definitely sticks to his roots on this joint, by producing this Southern-vibe beat, and recruiting Houston’s Slim Thug.
Another number off the Django Unchained soundtrack has surfaced, and it’s shaping up to be a phenomenal compilation.
Download Vol. 52