Diplo Collaborates With Frank Ocean and Members of The Clash On Soulful Original “Hero” [Free Download]Posted in Bangin, Chill by Bryan | Tags: Converse, Diplo, Frank Ocean, Free Download, Hero, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, The Clash
So much inspiration stirs within one piece of music as the good folks over at Converse bring together three outstanding artists in their own right for the newest installment of the Three Artists. One Song series. Mad Decent head honcho Diplo expands his collaboration network to work with the R&B singer / songwriter Frank Ocean and Mick Jones + Paul Simonon of iconic rock band The Clash on the uplifting original "HERO". The sultry California vibes are enhanced by Frank Ocean's vocal as the jam element provided by Mick and Paul on the guitar brings it all together on Diplo's chill beat. Stream the release below and grab a free download as well! Enjoy
Frank Ocean + Mick Jones + Paul Simonon + Diplo – "HERO" | Free Download
Frank Ocean – Pink Matter (Remix) (ft. Big Boi & Andre 3000) : First Track With Both Members of Outkast in YearsPosted in Chill by nick | Tags: Andre 3000, Big Boi, Frank Ocean, Hip-Hop, Outkast, Rap, Remix
Apparently Frank Ocean is so damn good, that he actually reunited both Big Boi and Andre 3000 of Outkast on his track Pink Matter. But when it got released on his album, channel Orange, complications arose and only Andre 3000‘s verse saw the light of day. Well now we get the remix, which is actually the true version feauring Big Boi‘s verse. He adds a nice fresh flowful edge with consistent solid lines adding just the right twist to a great track. If this is the sign of these three working together on some original material, the world might just loose it. Do you like this version better then the previously released one? Sit back and enjoy!
Frank Ocean – Pink Matter (Remix) (ft. Big Boi & Andre 3000) | Download
Quentin Tarantino’s latest film Django Unlimited packs quite the soundtrack featuring tracks from artists like John Legend and Rick Ross. Tarantino also called upon Frank Ocean to make an original track for the film, yet could never find that proper place to fit it in the movie. Now we get our hands on “Wiseman”, the unreleased soundtrack single thanks to Frank personally. The production screams Tarantino with a distinct reoccurring gritty electronic guitar strum painting the perfect background for Frank’s smooth vocals to take the listener away. Enjoy!
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Frank Ocean is an incredible singer and musician, and his recent Chanel Orange album is a great listen all the way through. The lead single on the album “Pyramids” is an 8 minute long journey that has so many different parts to it you can’t get bored. The song deserved an equally epic music video to compliment it. Now view above and download the track below, enjoy!
Frank Ocean – Pyramids | Direct Download
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Frank Ocean‘s ‘Pyramids’ is a great song.. so why not a bass heavy remix? A trippy intro with Frank’s voice starts the track off, progressing to an unexpected drop. There’s some intense synths that sound like there from a rave anthem.. then the bass drops HARD. It then progresses through a massive attack of bass that will make you move your head. Find some massive speakers to properly listen, enjoy!
Frank Ocean – Pyramids (Baratone Remix) | Direct Download
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