In this bass rollover of Timberlake’s “Cry Me A River,” Telmini twists Justin’s “dreamy” vocals into a hypnotic, bass coiling beast. My only issues may be the drops – I like ’em one minute and not so much the next.
An Awesome remix, nonetheless.
I’ve always had an affinity for The Weeknd’s vocals, but for some reason or another I wasn’t feeling it in Drake and his version of “Trust Issues.” I guess it took Jaybeatz mashup with “I’m on One” to set me straight. Here’s a tune to just sit back and let these two release our everyday stresses of everyday life.
May not hit as hard as VOODOO FARM’s remix, but the twists & turns Mark Kill pulls off in this are quite unexpected (in a good way). From the “Thriller” samples to the voice manipulations, this “Niggas in Paris” remix takes a bunch of mad sounds (literally) and focuses ’em into one mind pumping take on Jay-Z & Kanye’s romp around the City of Light.
Xaphoon needs to do something with Gambino cause these two match up better than just a mashup. But as far as mashups go, this is another one that sure as hell competes with the originals. Well done, 21azy – Minnesota rep.re.sent!
I’m just as sick as everyone else with these more bitter than sweet “Bittersweet” mixes, but Krafty Kuts deviates from the original just enough with a funked out feel and some fine reggae lines from MC Dynamite.
Takes some advice from Krafty Kuts, if you’re gonna remix something as overly remixed as this, do something different (don’t just lay down acapellas).
In White Lotus’ latest, one of Eminem’s greatest is matched against Cudi’s instrumentals from “Soundtrack to My Life.” Lotus has a gift for finding tracks that go well with each other and placing one on top of the other ‘like a glove’ (a few other examples).
This sure does take Eminem’s rhymes and puts ’em with beats more consistent with the times.
I first caught “All The Shine” on YouTube (below) a few months back where Gambino was supported by a chill live jam session. The track was just released on SoundCloud, but has a whole different vibe goin for it.
At first I was a little skeptical hearing this new version. But after listening to its moving beat and soft stricken strings, it hit deep. It’s not just the empowering beats laid under Gambino’s rhymes, but the lyrics themselves – they’re getting more personal and free flowing than ever before. His vocals are as endearing as ever and, after criticizing his rap style for so long, I’m finally starting to see it.
Most of all, it’s nice to know I’m posting more for Childish Gambino and less because of Donald Glover.
I was listening to the radio a couple months back, when I heard a Korn track get all dubstepped out. I was always wondering when mainstream music would catch on to dubstep, and Korn was just the right group to introduce it – Metal & Dubstep were a perfect combo from the start. And as much as I love the concept, this newly released track is… well, meh.
“Narcissistic Cannibal” has got some healthy screams and rubs for that dub-dub delight, but the more I listen to it, the more mediocre it gets. I don’t know if it’s just that nostalgic Korn sound that I’m well over or the choice of dubstep producers, but as eager as I am to push this movement, I’m not so eager to push this track.
Shave It Am I missing something here It’s a fairly catchy tune, Zedd’s usually pretty saucy with the melodies, but can’t say the lyrics do much of anything for me. Maybe I’m just missing something, but with these Electro House bangers the words usually never really matter anyway. A decent one from Zedd, but nothing compared to the previous ones I’ve posted about him.
Even if you are not familiar with the name, your listening habits have likely been influenced by DJ Benzi. The man behind Mike Posner’s rise to fame recently created his own record label by the name of Get Right Records. For his first official release, he enlisted Phoenix-to-New York transplant Silver Medallion to hopefully recreate the success he had with Posner’s “Cooler Than Me” […]