Watch Donald Trump Turn Into A Human Cheesburger In New Kill The Noise “Kill It For The Kids” Music VideoPosted in Bangin, Video by nick | Tags: Awolnation, Kill It For The Kids, Kill the Noise, Official Video, R. City
Just last month, LA bass pioneer Kill The Noise unleashed his debut studio album Occult Classic via OWLSA. The LP was an eclectic bass filled journey spanning across a variety of genres, and featured notable collaborations from the likes of AwolNation and Dillon Francis among others.
When it comes to music videos, Kill the Noise is no stranger to using animations or satire for that matter. On his BLVCK MVGIC EP, KTN used claymation for BLVCK MVGIC (Kill the Noise Pt. 2), which featured an obscenely gory zombie theme done in a gruesomely hilarious manner.
He goes to claymation once again in the official video for the single "Kill It For The Kids", which features AWOLNATION & R. City. The satirical video features Donald Trump as "Tronald Dump" taking over the peaceful town of "Happyville" with big business and destroying the citizens way of life. You can watch how things play out from there below and pick up Occult Classic if you haven’t already. Enjoy
Kill The Noise – Kill It For The Kids (Official Video) Ft. Tronald Dump | iTunes
Skrillex and Diplo's Jack Ü project shows no signs of slowing down as they continue to headline festivals across the country and keep content continuously flowing. Today we receive a remix of "Febreze" that we've heard Skrillex teasing in his sets for quite some time and now we find out it's from fellow LA bass producer Getter. Spicing up the synths and drums with the signature Getter flavor, we get an all out heavy revision of the song turning the trap based song into a heavy dubstep heater. No release details yet but we will keep you updated. Stream below and enjoy.
Jack Ü – Febreze Feat. 2 Chainz (Getter Remix) | Stream Only
Keys N Krates, the live electronic trio from Toronto, have had quite an amazing year as they continue to take their music and live shows to impressive levels. Now they are following up their collaboration with Drum N' Bass icon singer Katy B on "Save Me," which took the internet and festival crowds by storm all summer long and led to some impressive remixes from guys like Naderi and Wuki.
Well the trio is back with their latest single "U Already Know," which has the group continuing to tap into some breakbeats in the intro and buildups like we saw in "Save Me." Their signature style continues to develop further as we hear their unique live-powered take on the trap & future bass genres as their sound comes together for a beautiful collection of live instruments, tasteful distorted vocal chops, and electronic energy. Here are a few words from Keys themselves on the tune.
"We wanted this tune to be loud, fun and catchy. A bit of a smack in the face, but a fun smack in the face from one of your best buds. The vocal sample made us want to juxtapose different styles, so we drew from 90s rave vibes, current bass music and rap."
Listen to the track below and enjoy!
Keys N Krates – U Already Know
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of A Tribe Called Quest’s debut album People’s Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm, they’ve unveiled J Cole’s remix of “Can I Kick it?” as a bonus track off the album’s reissue. The reissued album version also includes a Cee Lo Green remix of “Footprints” and a Pharrell Williams remix of “Bonita Applebum,” and will be released 11/13.
J Cole’s platinum selling 2014 Forest Hills Drive solidified him as one of NYC’s most promising hip hop talents, and he’s stayed quiet since its release last December. Cole's self-produced instrumentals turned heads as he showed he can craft a beat just about as well as he can put together a verse. J Cole’s remix doesn’t offer a new verse, but leaves the classic verses intact while delivering a smooth, laid back variant of the instrumental bringing a new spin on a classic hip hop track.
A Tribe Called Quest "Can I Kick It?" (J. Cole remix)
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