Caribou – Can’t Do Without You (Manila Killa & Kidswaste Cover) : Chillout Indie Electronic [Free Download]Posted in Chill by Jake | Tags: Can't Do Without You, Caribou, Cover, Kidwaste, Manilla Killa
The production duo Hotel Garuda has built a reputation for bringing quality results with each of their releases with Manila Killa as 1/2 of the project. We previously heard Manilla on his remix of Royal's "Passenger," and now he's taken on Caribou’s 2014 hit “Can’t Do Without You” for a new cover alongside the talents of France’s Kidwaste on vocals, guitar and additional production. This cover keeps the feel of the original while making it their own with bright melodies and colorful synth cords adding to the original with a new soft airiness. This new rendition brings a nice spin to Caribou’s infectious tune that hits just right, leaving listeners wanting to hear it endlessly. Stream and grab a free download below.
Caribou – Can't Do Without You (Manilla Killa & Kidwaste Cover) | Free Download
Frank Ocean took to Tumblr earlier this year to break his silence and announce a new album to be released this July. We now have a pleasant surprise to hold us over until he drops the album.
To catch us all by surprise, Major Lazer has utilized MØ's vocal abilities to cover Frank Ocean's “Lost,” and it works perfectly. The infectious singer MO took the world by storm and inspired countless remixes of her song "Don't Wanna Dance,” and continues to impress as she pays respect to the original on this cover. Diplo brought his A game on this irresistible instrumental to bring a new light to Frank’s hit as he’s reimagined the song as a Major Lazer style reggae, summertime jam.
Major Lazer – Lost feat. MO (Frank Ocean cover) | Free Download
There is little known about up and coming LA artist Gallant, apart from the fact that he is the first label mate with ZHU on Mind of a Genius. He’s been making some serious waves with new breakout singles “Open Up” and “Talking In Your Sleep,” and now he’s back at it with a cover of Foo Fighter’s popular classic “Learn To Fly.” Gallant really makes the song his own by reimagining and recreating the tune with soft, minimal production. He even sings with higher notes than the original; his incredibly soulful vocals making for a uniquely beautiful cover that sounds very different from the original. Keep an eye on this rising artist and enjoy!
Gallant - Learn To Fly (Foo Fighters Cover)
[PREMIERE] Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money” Receives Epic Cover Remix From Infuze, Father Dude & !llmind ft. Skyzoo, K!NG Z3US, Yung Fusion & Emilio Rojas [Free Download]Posted in Bangin, Premieres by nick | Tags: !llmind, Cover, Emilio Rojas, Father Dude, Free Download, Infuze, K!NG Z3US, rihanna, Skyzoo, Yung Fusion
So Rihanna released her newest single "Bitch Better Have My Money" earlier this year, and like most of her biggest songs, they proceeded to get remixed in just about every which way; we've seen takes from Diplo & Grandtheft, Flosstradamus, and heroBust just to name a few. Today we have something a little different. Producers Infuze & !llmind have joined forces to create, not a remix, but a full on cover of the huge hit; recreating every instrument and element from scratch. For the vocals they brought out Father Dude and rappers Skyzoo, K!NG Z3US, Yung Fusion and Emilio Rojas to provide a barrage of lethal verses with a soulfully sung flip of the chorus. The super team of artists leaves us with an outstanding, extremely unique recreation of the popular tune. Listen below to the premiere of the song and grab an exclusive free download. Enjoy!
Infuze, Father Dude & !llmind – BBHMM$ Feat. Skyzoo, K!NG Z3US, Yung Fusion & Emilio Rojas | Free Download
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