RKCB Deliver Energetic R&B Track "Vice"

RKCB Vice

LA-based duo RKCB have put out another soulful R&B track, following up their recent "Surreal" collaboration with Louis Futon. Consisting of instrumentalist Riley Knapp and vocalist Casey Barth, RKCB have been making a name for themselves, with tens of millions of plays across Spotify and SoundCloud. Their songwriting and vocal talent continues to shine on their latest release, “Vice.”

“Vice” shows a more energetic side of RKCB, packing a punch with a huge, brassy synth lead. Barth’s airy vocals are backed by ambient pads and samples and continue with a chorus over the lead synth. These elements are tightly woven together to make “Vice” an epic addition to RKCB’s growing collection of electronic-infused R&B. Enjoy!

RKCB - Vice

Panama Shares Impressive ‘Hope For Something’ EP Via Future Classic

Panama Hope For Something

If Panama isn’t on your radar yet, now is definitely the time to add him to your list. The impressive synthpop project is manned solely by producer and vocalist Jarrah McCleary, a masterful artist who’s been creating as Panama since 2010. This week the Australia-based producer shared his Hope For Something EP, a dreamy, synth-driven offering perfect for the first official few days of summer.

Hope For Something exudes a light-hearted, upbeat vibe despite some of the heavy themes it deals with lyrically. The entire EP is wrought with lush synth melodies, smooth vocals and crisp percussion. Some standouts include “I Watched You Slip,” a relaxed funk-infused track, and “The Highs,” with its compelling piano melodies and lower-frequency synth breakdowns. From start to finish the EP is a tranquil ride that showcases the many talents of McCleary. Stream Hope For Something, out now via Future Classic, below and enjoy!

Panama - Hope For Something

Anderson .Paak Shares New "MK" Collaboration With Thundercat's Brother Kintaro

Kintaro Anderson Paak

There's nothing like some new Anderson .Paak. We look forward to each and every one of his releases and seriously can't get enough of him. Today he's joined Kintaro on his new track "MK" off his new Universal EP. 

Kintaro is actually Thundercat's brother Jameel as part of the incredibly talented Bruner family. This track is a bit different and more experimental from the soulful hip-hop we typically hear .Paak on. Kintaro is a former member of the Internet and now displays his versatility on the diverse project. Anderson is hitting the road with J. Cole as well so be sure to see him if you get the chance. Enjoy!

Kintaro - MK (Ft. Anderson .Paak)

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