This might be the definition of a feel good track… Taking U.F.O. which is off and Coldplay’s latest album and giving it a nice “Hawaiian” rework, Keljet creates an instant hit. Featuring some great vocals and acoustic guitar from the original and adding in a more upbeat, yet very smooth and relaxing electro instrumental this is exactly how Coldplay should be remixed…. Enjoy!
Well if for some reason you were living under a rock last night, the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show happened. Amid the naked women walking around dressed as birds, there were a whole slue of performers who hit the stage: Nicki, Maroon 5, and the duo collectively known as The Throne. Obviously Jigga & Ye took the runway to perform their international hit, “N*ggas In Paris” which they have been performing in bundles during their recent Throne Tour stops.
After a Radio Rip floated around for a few days, here’s a HQ version of a Lupe-assisted remix from “Still Speedin” (and accompanying video), courtesy of European star, Sway. After Friend Of The People and now this it certainly seems as though Lupe is heading for an electronic sound. Obviously I don’t expect Food & Liquor II to sound anything like this, but who knows for his album after that… If that’s the road Lupe takes, let’s hope it ends up similar to the greatness that is Graduation.
Another week, another track from the incredibly talented artist by the name of QuESt, and once again production is handled from the duo known as Mt Eden. With QuESt giving up these tracks that were scrapped from Fear Not Failure, I’m incredibly interested in hearing what the final project is going to sound like. Enjoy.. Enjoy.. Enjoy..
Last week, Odd Future member Mike G released his second full-length project, Award Tour EP. After finally giving it a listen, I’m happy to report the project shows growth in Mike’s rapping ability, much like Under The Influence from Domo a few months back. Flow is a little off at times, but lyrically, Mike G feels a lot more comfortable on a microphone. I’ve always had confidence in Mike’s ability behind the boards, obviously from the production we’ve seen from him, as well as from the remixes/chopped and screwed songs he’s released. Bottom line, there’s certainly talent to be found in OFWGKTA as we eagerly wait for Tyler’s follow-up, Wolf, and Earl’s return to society (and hopefully to music) in February. Enjoy..