Beats steady knockin'!
That's the first thought that came to mind after listening to this fresh collaborative creation from rising San Fran producer Teeko and Team Supreme beat king Mr. Carmack. Teeko has been more behind the scenes working with the likes of Mark Ronson, D'Angelo, Q-Tip and more, now releasing under his new solo project.
"See Whatchu Got" is a true representation of what Teeko and Mr. Carmack bring to the table production-wise. Everything from the bass kicks, hi-hats, and synths pop off in a manner of pure hype-ism. Teeko put's it best: "This is some dope, hard-hitting, west coast hip-hop vibe shit."
This hot bit of fun is coming out on DJ Craze and Kill the Noise's record imprint Slow Roast Records from Teeko’s “Blast That” EP dropping Nov 20th. Stream the official premiere and grab an exclusive free download below. Enjoy
Mr. Carmack X Teeko – See Whatchu Got | Free Download | Pre-Order Blast That EP
Up and coming Australian singer/rapper Tkay Maidza has recruited fellow Australians What So Not and George Maple alongside Baauer on production for her latest tune, and it’s pretty crazy. The combination of talents on the production makes for a unique track you’ll need to hear multiple times.
This new track “Ghost” is a genre-defying tune blending Tkay’s singing and raps atop a fascinating experimental beat with Carmack style production. This track goes in and out of weirdness as the crashing production with frantic percussion and wonky, hitting bass drops in along Tkay’s verses and mellows back out on the hooks. Steam below and enjoy!
Tkay Maidza – Ghost Ft. Baauer, What So Not, And George Maple
We were pleasantly suprised when the talents of Snakehips, Chance the Rapper, and Tinashe joined forces on "All My Friends," as they sucessfuly created an anthem we've had on repeat and stuck in our heads since its release. Well now our Monday just got a little better with the hit garnishing a video treatment bringing the song to life.
This party anthem is ironically filled with anti-party lyrics as the visuals appropriately show the dark side of getting wasted. Tinashe is seen as a heartbroken girl partying to forget her troubles while club-goers waiting in line can be seen doing everything from puking to yelling at the bouncer. I think we can all relate to this one, one way or another. Check the video out below and go grab the song on iTunes!
Snakehips – All My Friends ft. Tinashe, Chance The Rapper (Video) | iTunes
Bass enthusiast Protohype has once again linked up with twin brothers Two Fresh for a big follow up collaboration to their song "Gutta." This time they've brought a new guest in the mix, Arnold.
The three collective artistic forces collide and leave us with an exciting hybrid trap anthem appropriately titled "Floor'd." The wonky, ominous melody will be stuck in your heads for hours after listening and leaves us hoping these artists will team up again down the road. Prepare yourself and stream the premiere below, you can also grab an exclusive free download. Enjoy!
Protohype x Two Fresh x Arnold – Floor'd | Free Download
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