Kiesza – No Enemiesz


Kiesza has just been straight killing it all year long. Back in mid-February, she released her hit track “Hideaway” alongside an epic music video online that really just took what deep house was to the popstar level. Keeping that groove steady and sharp, she hit fans recently with the stream for one of her newest projects entitled “No Enemiesz”. As expected, it follows a strong electronic influence with an almost windy vocal pattern. So far, we only have the Soundcloud link to play out, but we can hope this’ll be put out through stores soon (perhaps through an EP (or even an album)).

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Chris Brown & Trey Songz Remix “Tuesday” and “Made Me”


Chris Brown and Trey Songz remixes of “Tuesday” and “Made Me” surface on the interwebz (radio rips) after their collab “Songs On 12 Play” officially was previewed earlier this week. X is out on Tuesday.

Pre-order: Chris Brown – X (Album)

X album snippets: MORE!

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Crookers Links Up With Jeremih For “I Just Can’t” Out Of Nowhere [Unreleased]


It’s always good to see electronic musicians like Crookers team up with vocalists like Jeremih. This song combines deep beats with crisp melodic vocals in great fashion. This isn’t the first time the prominant R&B artist has leaned towards the deep house sound – even his new hit “Don’t Tell Em” with production from Mick Shultz x DJ Mustard sounds deep influenced. We are really liking this combo and hope this isn’t the last of it.

Crookers also just came through with an official release, “Picture This” featuring Dilligas; who is from Italy and is known for deep tribal songs that are good for the dancefloor. (similar to Major Lazer and What So Not) Crookers on the other hand is more heavy and grimey. Check this one out after the jump!

Crookers – Picture This (Ft. Dilligas) MORE!

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Stream: Notorious B.I.G’s ‘Ready To Die’ Was Released 20 Years Ago Today



Until this year, I never really made the connection of just how historic September 13th is. You already know that Tupac was tragically gunned down on this date, 18 years ago now. But what you (as well as us) may have overlooked is, that another hip hop kingpin, Notorious B.I.G aka Biggie Smalls aka Biggie made his Bad Boy Records debut on the same day, now 20 years ago. Ready To Die. Talk about foreshadowing. This is of course the record that has “Big Poppa” and “Juicy” on it – along with 17 other classics. Crazy to think he was celebrating the 2 year anniversary of that release when Tupac was… well you know. After the jump, you’ll find the full album stream of the album. So grab a fourty, pour some out for the homies, roll up a nice phat blunt, and do what you do.

Stream Ready To Die: MORE!

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RIP 2Pac – Here’s A Tropical House Remix of “Dear Mama” To Reminisce


It’s been 18 years since one of, if not THE most notorious rapper, hip hop artist, entertainer, street personality Tupac Shakur was taken from us much too young. (It’s also the 20th anniversary of Notorious B.I.G.‘s classic Ready To Die which sprung him onto the scene and 24th anniversary of the first Fresh Prince Of Bel Air episode).

So we felt it was appropriate to post this funky, upbeat, tropical house remix of “Dear Mama” by Boehm. RIP 2Pac.

Download: 2Pac – Dear Mama (Boehm Remix)


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