Bad Boy Bill, Sephano, & Torio – Roam the Night (ft. Na Palm) (Original Mix): Progressive House Anthem [TSIS PREMIERE]

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Chicago’s electronic based rapper Na Palm teamed up with one of the most legendary names in house music, fellow Chicago native,  Bad Boy Bill. They also got Sephano and Torio on the track and created a full on Progressive House anthem, “Roam the Night”. Na Palm offers some club ready vocals geared up to set off crowds across the world. He offers a certain gritty Chicago flair with his voice that contrasts most of the angelic, almost feminne sounding male vocals that are found in most house tracks. This is just the start of Na Palm breaking into the bigger electronic world, and Bad Boy Bill is back on everyone’s radar with another huge hit. This track is available through Beatport and is already charting! Help support these talented artists and pick up a copy. Enjoy the premiere off the stream of the full DJ version of the track.

Bad Boy Bill, Sephano, & Torio – Roam the Night (ft. Na Palm) (Original Mix) | Beatport

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Na Palm – Pretty Lights : Sick New Rap Song Over Chill Electronic Beat

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Today I’ve got a sick new rap remix from Na Palm the Chicago rapper who tends to go with the electronic beats. Today he went in over ‘Understand Me Now’ by Pretty Lights. This track isn’t officially collaborated, but the outcome sounds spot on. The track is already amazingly well done by Pretty Lights, and it’s cool to here a new rap version of it. His beats were almost meant for rappers to go in over. Check out this chill track, turn up the bass, enjoy!

Na Palm – Pretty Lights | Direct Download | Hulkshare | Mediafire

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Na Palm – Late At Night : Sick New Electronic Hip Hop Album / Mixtape

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Today I’m excited to bring you the latest mixtape from Chicago’s Na Palm. He’s the guy who brought you very sick Dirty Girls Like Dirty Beats mixtape last year, which was a great combination of hip hop and electronic music. Well this new tape Late At Night is an even better blend of genres. Na Palm delivers some pretty solid flow, with some bars reminding me of some Slim Shady. The whole tape’s got some amazing production, with all of the beats perfect for a club. This album is the perfect music to rage to. It’s also got some chiller tracks that remind me of his Outkast cover. Definitely grab the whole tape, turn it up, enjoy!

Na Palm – Late At Night Entire Album | Direct Download | Hulkshare | Mediafire

What’s Yo Name (Soundpushers Remix) – Na Palm: EXCLUSIVE BANGER HOUSE REMIX

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Na Palm, the chicago rapper making waves who I’ve featured a few times including his Dirty Girls Like Dirty Beats Mixtape and his recent remix of the Outkast song NA-Tliens. Now i’ve got a siiick new remix that’s perfect for parties. Today I’ve got a remix by Soundpushers of his single ‘What’s Your Name’ which is exclusively released through Thissongissick. The song’s lyrics are funny and are perfect for partying to as I’m sure most can relate. This remix brings the song a new light, it’s got a more low key laidback feel then some of the other remixes found on this site. Still soo sick, and the perfect new party song, turn it up and enjoy!

What’s Yo Name (Soundpushers Remix) – Na Palm | Download

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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now, through TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick

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