Daye Jack recruits DP and Denzel Curry for the official remix to "Raw". Daye's forthcoming "No Data" album is set to release in the spring.
New KAMI, produced by Knox Frotune. Listen below.
Bugus unveils his latest freebie "Made In China". Grab it below.
"The video for 'Cold' is directed by Morgan Cooper and is ultimately a walk through my stomping grounds in Topeka, Kansas. A town of unspoken divisions and unassuming landmarks. From my childhood hangouts to the grocery store where my mother used to ask me to run and grab cornmeal, to the corner of 11th and Jewell in the central Topeka neighborhood we used to hang out at after school. Everyone in the video is an actual friend of mine. I wanted to take everyone to the Kansas I know, hoping to scrub the Hollywood cliches of yellow brick roads, and show you the actual people who love their pit bull and car, just like you." - Stik Figa
Masta Killa of Wu-Tang Clan is back with the new music video "Therapy" featuring fellow clan-mate Method Man and honorary member Redman. Knowledge and wisdom reign supreme as the High Chief trades potent verses with Meth and Red with nostalgic ease on the piano-driven Wu-banger. Produced by PF Cuttin, "Therapy" is the first single from Masta Killa's upcoming album "Loyalty Is Royalty", coming soon on Nature Sounds.
Here goes the official music video for the title-track off Le$' "Techno Violet" mixtape.
"Live Love" is the second single from Los Angeles-based producer and deejay TOKiMONSTA's Young Art Sound compilation project which arrives February 3rd.
Press play below.
"4Es'J & Oddness" is taken from Karriem Riggins' upcoming album "Headnod Suite", due out 2/24 via Stones Throw Records.
Karriem Riggins is best known as a jazz drummer and hip-hop producer for artists like Common, Slum Village, Talib Kweli and The Roots, but he doesn’t categorize himself as anything but an artist.
“You don’t have to put yourself in a box…there’s so many different ways to go,” Riggins says. A student of late jazz bassist Ray Brown, he tours with another Brown protégé, Grammy Award winner Diana Krall. In 2011, he collaborated with former Beatle Paul McCartney in concert and on Kisses on the Bottom, McCartney’s first studio release in five years. Names of some of the jazz artists he’s backed reads like the genre’s hall of fame - Hank Jones, Oscar Peterson, Milt Jackson, Donald Byrd and Ron Carter.