The boys gave us a peep into their joint EP quite some time ago, but the final product has finally arrived. The 6-track EP features Shlohmo’s dense signature production, accompanied by Jeremih’s lush vocals, making for quite the exceptional recipe.
This weeks mix happens to feature quite the array of vibes and emotions. With Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here film coming this month, you knew an A+ soundtrack would riding in the sidecar. Coldplay, Cat Power and Bon Iver are just a couple of the artists on board, all of which are featured in this mix. We also have the latest single from Alt-J, Rockie Fresh, B.o.B. and a handful of delectable remixes.
As previously stated here on AHM, we have mad love and respect for Jordan Asher, aka Boots. After his induction via Beyoncé latest self-titled effort, he didn’t waste much time dropping a solo mixtape. The 16-track project features Shlohmo, Jeremih, Son Lux, Kelela, Margot and the culprit responsible for the introduction; Beyoncé.
This week’s mix sees two fresh cuts from Boots, a mesmerizing ODESZA remix, Bas of Dreamville Records dropping bars, the return of Lana Del Rey, Chance The Rapper fighting back, brand new single from The Black Keys, Future and Kanye’s collaboration and more. Let’s go!
Happy Monday from AHM, and welcome to Volume 107 of our Blues & Beats series. This week in the mix we have a few superb remixes, fresh cuts from DZA, the Zombies, Strand of Oaks, The New Royales, B.o.B, a feature from D-WHY, Snoop Dogg paying tribute to his uncle, and Aubrey Season has struck again. Let’s get into it
As promised, De La Soul has finished with the teasing, and have dropped their latest project for free. Smell the Da.I.S.Y. is entirely produced by the late legend, J Dilla. This is truly an extraordinary gift from the boys of Long Island, NY; a gift I would gladly pay good money for. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Posdnuos called Dilla “the Tupac of producers,” and this project is a clear testament to that statement.
This week in Volume 105, there’s a freestyle from the Jay’s of Roc Nation, the return of Fucked Up, fresh vibes from Wu and De La, and Miguel covering Elton John. Hit the jump and get listening.