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  • Rick Rubin To Release Star Wars Influenced Project “Headspace”

    Rick Rubin is set to release a Star Wars-inspired project in the near future, and today you can listen to a couple joints from the project. One of the first leaks is a Flying Lotus track called “R2 Where Are You?” Check the track-listing below and listen to a couple of the previews below.

    01 Kaskade: “C-3P0’s Plight”
    02 GTA: “Help Me!”
    03 TroyBoi: “Force”
    04 Baauer: “Cantina Boys”
    05 Shag Kava: “Jabba Flow: Rick Rubin Re-Work” [ft. A-Trak]
    06 Claude VonStroke: “R2 Knows” [ft. Barry Drift]
    07 Rick Rubin: “NR-G7”
    08 Bonobo: “Ghomrassen”
    09 Röyksopp: “Bounty Hunters”
    10 ATTLAS: “Sunset Over Manaan”
    11 Flying Lotus: “R2 Where R U?”
    12 Shlohmo: “Druid Caravan of Smoke”
    13 Rustie: “EWOK PUMPP”
    14 Galantis: “Scruffy-Looking Nerfherder”
    15 Breakbot: “Star Tripper”

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  • Anna Wise – “Precious Possession”

    Sonnymoon’s Anna Wise just released a beautiful new song in “Precious Possession”, which is a song from her upcoming EP. No real news on a release date for the project yet, but that’s okay. Listen below and head over to iTunes and purchase the single. Who produced this / made this beat (was it self-produced)?

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  • Papi Jamon – “So High” ft. Jay Hollins

    It’s been a little while since we’ve heard some newness from Chicago’s Papi Jamon, but he just recently released a new joint in “So High”. The song features vocals from Jay Hollins and production from the talented Slot-A. Press play on this joint above and head over to iTunes to cop the single. More new music to come. Shouts to the BDTB shout out too.

    Three and a half years have passed since Papi Jamon dropped entire project. In that time, there has been a shift towards more lyricism in Hip-Hop music. Fast forward to now with the release of ‘So High,’ a lyrical journey through the past three years to let fans know that he’s still here. Produced by SLOT-A (ADD-2, Neak, Mike Schpitz) and featuring R&B vocalist Jay Hollins, this track let’s the world know how great is to be alive and well in Hip-Hop.

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  • Open Mike Eagle & Paul White – “Check To Check”

    Open Mike Eagle and Paul White will be releasing a collaborative album in late March, and they’ve released “Check To Check” to kick it off. The funny yet serious song about us always seemingly having to check our mobile devices to stay “checked-in” with society, will be on their upcoming Hella Personal Film Festival. Pre-order from Bandcamp. Thoughts on the project from each artist is listed below.

    Open Mike Eagle: “these songs are movies I’d make if I knew how to make movies. They’re films I’d like to see.” 

The duo recorded their new album in London and it was unlike anything they had created before. For Open Mike the songs are about being vulnerable, about brown people with rich internal lives, about people dealing with pain. Paul’s music has an emotional core and It was exciting for him to explore these nuanced regions of human emotion and social interaction.



    Paul White: The album’s main subject matter is the sensitivities and vulnerabilities we all experience and he explains, “I feel like this is one of the most honest hearted, wide open projects I’ve been a part of. I feel honored to have created backdrops for Mike to paint something so honest over, and with a light sense of humor with it. Music is pure emotion for me and working with an artist who clearly feels the same forms a strong chemical. In a industry full of fake projections, I feel proud that this isn’t.”



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  • Trapbo Chad – “Message In A Bottle” ft. C.Shreve The Professor

    Listen to a couple North Carolina emcees on Trapbo Chad‘s “Message In A Bottle” track featuring C Schreve The Professor. The song was produced by FutureBeats.

    What they want and what they need is two different things. Trapbo’ and Shreve take turns slinging their message about the dichotomy between our desires and our necessities over FutureBeats laid back jazzy production. “Tryna change the world but it all starts at home / they tryna make a name, we got shit that needs to be known.”

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