New for you is a new cut from DB Tha Rasta, this one is called “Slide Threw” and you might be asking what does that phrase mean? It may be the last song to enjoy as the summer comes to a close but be sure to keep your clothes on for the time being, you know what I mean?
Liz is back with a brand new song and if you haven’t heard the news, she is now signed to Mad Decent/Columbia. It means that yes, she is now a major label artist. Her new one is called “When I Rule The World”, produced by Sophie, and I really hope that this will help bring her more deserved hits because I like her voice, her energy and attitude she shows in her videos and I hope that helps her gain a greater success.
A pop/rock artist is doing a song with a very nice soul/R&B touch, sometimes when you’re able to do it, you be sure to do it right. That is what Jimm McIver has done with the very crafty “Witchcraft”, which may make some people think of The Jam’s “A Town Called Malice” while others may hear the sounds of soul sides on Atlantic or Motown. The song can be found on his new Green Monkey album Sunlight Reaches, released today.
Aaliyah’s “Are You That Somebody” will be celebrating its 17th anniversary next week Tuesday and while it may be hard to imagine a time when this song was just a new release, it’s true. There’s a producer who has decided to do a new mix of the song, so welcome APSPDR+. If you’re feeling it, click onto the Soundcloud page to find the download link or head here and read the instructions on how to download. APSPDR+ is prepared to do new remixes soon, so keep an eye and year out.
The song begins with a vibe that sounds like it was influenced by Keyshia Cole and then it goes into a different place, a nice place at that. While the description calls this a “mellow hip-hop ballad”, this is not hip-hop. This is an R&B song from start to finish and this could become your personal anthem for the summer. Make it happen by listening to Sapphyria and hope she’ll be making/releasing more music in the future.
When you see the intro to this video, you may think “oh no, I hope this guy is okay” but it’s alright, it’s part of the video. All of a sudden, the music begins and you may think “wait a minute, something is not right”. If you’re saying this, then perhaps you are the perfect audience to watch “Too Late”, the new one by Guantanamo Baywatch. The song features Curtis Harding and if the song eventually breaks your heart, you are the audience they were looking for. The song is from their album Darling…It’s Too Late (Suicide Squeeze).
You like Rihanna? Head to Twitter and you’ll realize you are not the only one. If you like her song “BBHMY”, you may totally dig a remix of the song by Q. Shepard.
If you’re a huge fan of Kanye West’s song “All Day”, you may want to hear what Mark John treats it. Check out his cover which was produced by Sweater Beats and see how it fits you.
Voxx are an R&B duo from Los Angeles who say they want to “Hum Dilly Dum” in anyway possible and while that might sound a bit confusing, listen to the song in order to understand. The sound is catch for those who are into the latest R&B so if this moves you, patiently wait for their next song to drop any day now.
While Salva is currently on his Peacemaker tour, he has dropped a new song that is said to be a remix of Mike WiLL Made-It & The Weeknd’s “Drinks On Us” and the drinks are on you in his take of it. Listen, then download the song while supplies last.
For those who are in the following cities, this is where Salva is heading to, including tonight’s show in Chicago:
February 12… Chicago, IL (The Mid)
February 13… New York, NY (Webster Hall)
February 14… Atlanta, GA (MJQ Concourse)
February 18… Seattle, WA (Q Nightclub)
February 19… San Francisco, CA (1015 Folsom)
February 20… Los Angeles, CA (Create Nightclub)