Petestrumentals (Mello Music Group) is the forthcoming all-instrumental album from Pete Rock and just those names is enough to make people wait impatiently for it. If you can’t wait, then here’s a song for you to download and check out, it’s called “Heaven & Earth”. The album, the sequel to his album released 14 years ago, will be out on June 23rd.
Rapper James Gardin has released an album called Living Daylights and from it is a video for “Feels Like” with a nice vocal touch that could easily turn this into a genuine hit. If you’d like to hear more, the full album is streaming below.
There are a lot of dating-related TV shows out there but have you ever wondered what it’s like to date a sex doll? La Languas put it to the test in their new song “Love You All The Time”, which is a way to say the man in question is willing to love the doll all the time. The song is from their Burger Records EP Tears In My Milkshake
, which was released today.
The dance floor will ripper with “Day Fort”, a new song by TIO that has a slight rock edge due to the use of guitars. This may be one of those sogns that could make people drift off into the deep known as as the lyrics say, “what does that mean?” Whatever it means for you, it’s yours.
EDM? Newness? Into your life? Here’s a new EDM track to soothe your soul and this one is performed by Mel Sound, a producer out of Washington, DC who enjoys the power of house music and enjoys taking it beyond the limits. “Carousel” is the single and it was released two weeks ago by No Bounds Records, take it to the limits and the dancefloor.
This song has Def3 talking about living the wild life but it could mean he enjoys living within the wildlife, which is why he shot this video outdoors with director Stuey Kubrick. How the forest fire, I don’t know but don’t do the same for the sake of making a good music video. The song and video are solid, turn this into a hit.
What Micah Peay does in this song has nothing to do with the ABC talk show of the same name, as “The View” is about a different perspective. This is all I know but you may be able to know by simply by listening.
Maybe hip-hop isn’t something you’d hear with just a voice and an acoustic guitar but Wyclef Jean did it for years, so did Me Phi Me. Now Omega Tha Kid
is doing it as part of his thing as a way to let you know how he rhymes, and he does it in very fine form with “Distant Memories”. The song will find its way on his forthcoming album, 199x
Young Twizzy understands the power of when the ice cream man is coming through, thus he rhymes over the Raekwon classic that will celebrate its 20th anniversary in two months to create “Blowin Smoke Gmix”, which will be apart of his street album When The Smoke Clears. Does he have something to prove? Hell yeah.