“Come Over” is a new song off Dave Patten’s forthcoming album. The Havertown, Pennsylvania native wrote, produced, sang, and directed this video. With over 10 million views combined on his videos and having five of his videos featured on MTV, as well as news channels in Philly, Dave Patten has a promising future.
After giving you the acoustic version of “Come With Me” just over a week ago, the chill hip-hop/alternative group Radical Something give you the official video of the song in studio quality. Per usual, Loggy, Josh Cocktail, and Big Red keep the trend of chill summertime music with amazing visuals. This song is expected to be featured on their debut album We Are Nothing.
P-Holla releases to us his newest single sampling Sara Bareilles. Flipping her track “King of Anything” this up and coming MC definitely does his thing by spittin and creating a track with on point sampling. Be on the lookout for more soon and until then check out his tape! Enjoy!
For the last tape in the Electric Zoo Sampler Series here is a look at some of the artists performing this Sunday. Todays mix consists of 17 tracks from such artists as MiM0SA, Jack Beats, Big Gigantic, Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Alesso and probably the person I look most forward to see, Calvin Harris. This (like all other days) is full of great performers and will be an amazing end to an amazing festival. If anyone is planning on going to the show hit me up on Twitter and let me know what shows I shouldn’t miss out on, and maybe I’ll see ya there. Also don’t forget about Friday and Saturday’s samplers. Enjoy!
Here we have the latest visual to accompany MMG’s first collaborative album, Self Made Vol. 1. With this track arguably being the strongest effort from Mr. No Days Off on the LP, many people are saying it might have been a better look to keep this for his MMG debut, Ambition. With a Ross feature and a radio-friendly track all in one I can’t say I disagree. Ambition coming November 1st, pending no push-back.
A couple months ago, B.o.B. let the world know that he and the self-proclaimed Best Rapper Alive had a collaboration on the way. Although there has been no talk of the record since, Bobby Ray was kind enough to preview the track for a sold out show last week at Colorado State University. Obviously, assumptions are that this will live on B.o.B.’s yet to be named sophomore album, which by all accounts is shaping up to be something special.