UPDATE 9/22/2015: While exploiting the originals dark nature, RL Grime takes The Weeknd's vocals and imprints his exemplary kit of bass and trap prowess into the fold. This crossover into the electronic mainstream is set to register some heat throughout the forthcoming fall months, and we are for certain that one listen to the stream below won't be enough! Enjoy
The Weeknd – The Hills (RL Grime Remix)
Original 9/13/2015: The Weeknd has one of the biggest albums of 2015 with Beauty Behind The Madness as he’s completely taken over the world of pop. By now, we’ve heard our fair share of remixes “The Hills,” and it seems RL Grime has returned back on our radar and been working one of the biggest ones yet and has been playing the track in his live performances. RL Grime’s massive remix takes on the R&B hit with his bass heavy production complementing The Weeknd’s vocals and has us eagerly awaiting its official release. Check out a preview of the song with a video of his live performance below. Enjoy!
The hip-hop gods are dancing around right now as a Kendrick Lamar and Kanye West collaboration may have just been confirmed. While this snippet might be short, it manages to get us unbelievably excited for what's to come. This is also after it's been revealed that Kendrick has a writing credit on Kanye's upcoming album.
We hear the full 30 second verse from Kendrick Lamar fiercely going in on Kanye West's new song "All Day."
This is also just a few short weeks after Kanye publicly praised K-dot.
Feed Me and Kill the Noise have teamed up for a collaboration in the past, the song "Thumbs Up (For Rock N' Roll)", and have now joined forces once again. The new song "Far Away" is a genre blending dance anthem that is guaranteed to have you moving, propelled by a kids choir singing a chorus that will definitely get stuck in your head. We have just under a minute preview of the song to tease us until the release on October 23rd. Listen below and enjoy!
Feed Me & Kill The Noise - Far Away
After some unfortunate rumors spread between the two last months, we hear the explosive French talents of DJ Snake combining with fellow compatriot Mercer for quite a massive collaboration. The anticipation for "Lunatic" has reached great heights after Snake previewed the track live and in his recent Essential mix, leaving every DJ dying to add this heater to their tracklist. Featuring a powerful assortment of punchy bass blasts, a screeching electro synth pattern, and a vocal sample that screams hype, it blends the borders of electro and trap giving us what is sure to this will surely end up becoming a worldwide anthem soon enough. Stream the exclusive preview below and grab the full release March 7th on Spinnin' Records. Enjoy
DJ Snake & Mercer – Lunatic (Preview) | Stream Only
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