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J. Cole Shares Reflective New Single "High For Hours"

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J Cole is back with more new music! As a surprise to fans, he’s shared a loose single titled “High For Hours” and it sounds great.

He’s coming off his recent album 4 Your Eyez Only which has already gone gold, selling over 500,000 copies since its December release. It’s not clear why this Elite and Cam O' co-produced track didn’t make the album cut, but stands strong as a solo single. He delivers his reflective thoughts on oppression and meeting President Obama over the chill, boom-bap-styled beat. Enjoy!

J Cole - High For Hours | Stream Only 

A-Trak Drops 54 Tracks In Must-Hear 70+ Minute "Cut It Out" Mix

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A-Trak's incredible versatility continues to show in both his DJing and his original productions. On the production end, he's recently knocked out impressive remixes of Dillon Francis' "Anywhere", Bob Moses' "Tearing Me Up" and Bingo Players' "Cry (Just A Little)".

The Fools Good boss has done an excellent job at keeping his imprint at the forefront of electronic and hip-hop music, and has frequently reminded his fans of his next-level mixing skills. The master turntablist's latest output is an incredibly diverse 74-minute mix that's comprised of 54 songs.

The mix is titled "Cut It Out!" and features tunes by deadmau5, Vince Staples, A Tribe Called Quest and many more. Stream it all below and enjoy!

Cut It Out! : A 74 Minute DJ Mix | Stream

Tracklist:
1. Jean-Luc Ponty x Kanye West – Don’t Let The World Tell You Nothing
2. 1991 – Bohemian
3. Soulja Boy – Birdwalk (Zora Jones & Sinjin Hawke Bootleg)
4. DROELOE – Make My Day
5. Treez Lowkey x Take A Daytrip – Listen
6. Sunni (Colón) – Black Hole Sun
7. Larry June – The P
8. Fatima Yamaha – Love Invaders (Redinho Remix)
9. Lucas – Okaytho
10. 24hrs ft. Dwn2Earth – Madonna
11. Deeb – Theme From Endless Sunset
12. Chrome Sparks – Marijuana
13. Mura Masa ft. Riko Dan & ASAP Rocky – Lovesick (Mumdance Remix)
14. LH4L ft. Billion Dollars – Neoprene
15. Laura Nyro – I Am The Blues
16. Madeaux – To See Her Dance
17. The Futures – Ain’t No Time Fa Nothing
18. Bejo – Mucho
19. Dabrye – Air
20. Leon Else – Dance (Oliver Remix)
21. Sorcerer – Chemise
22. The Blackbyrds – Mysterious Vibez (Sam Von Horn’s Vibey Edit)
23. Justin Timberlake – Like I Love You (Vandalized Edit)
24. Misiu – All A Dream
25. Detroit Swindle – Figure Of Speech
26. Afriquoi – Mwana Wa
27. Adesse Versions – Pride
28. Mason – To The Rhythm
29. Cassius ft. Ryan Tedder – The Missing (Metronomy’s EDM Remix)
30. Ruckazoid – Too Bad
31. MyStro Quarters – Jheri Curl
32. Belly Squad – Moves
33. $uicideboy$ – Antarctica
34. Paul Simon x Nico Segal & Nate Fox – Stranger
35. Promnite – Cruisin’ USA
36. Audio Push – Reppin
37. Nine Inch Nails x Danny Brown x A-Trak – Becoming A Blunt
38. Deftones – Bored
39. Rage Against The Machine – Freedom
40. Eagles Of Death Metal – Cherry Cola
41. Korn – Twist
42. deadmau5 – 2448
43. Jacques Lu Cont – In The Night
44. Punky Blasterr – Swoop (A-Trak’s “where’s the downbeat” Edit)
45. Chrissy Edits – Discoglide
46. Rogerseventytwo – You Take Me Higher (NT89 Remix)
47. Herbert – Moving Like A Train (Smith N Hack Remix)
48. Yung Nation – Diabetic
49. Plump DJs – Gobstopper
50. Hasse de Moor & GLD – Work
51. Dombresky – Utopia (Born Ready Remix)
52. Koreless – TT
53. Vince Staples – Big Time
54. A Tribe Called Quest – Solid Wall Of Sound

Louis The Child and Pell Share "Turn Me Down" Under New Project "Pellican Child"

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Louis The Child and Pell just announced a collaborative project called Pelican Child and have shared their debut single, "Turn Me Down"! Their combined styles already sounds like a perfect fit as they launch their exciting new project. 

Louis The Child’s productions carry an uplifting tone while Pell’s elastic singing and rapping always seem to be bouncing with joy, making for an natural blend. While we haven’t really heard Louis The Child explore the hip-hop realm previously, Pell has worked with electronic producers as we heard on Big Gigantic’s standout single, "Miss Primetime". The Pellican Child project came to be after Pell and Louis The Child spent a couple days in the studio together this summer. 

"Turn Me Down" incorporates gentle hip-hop percussion with a colorful, bouncy melody that sets the stage for Pell to lay down some playful verses and an incredibly catchy chorus. Pell and Louis The Child have been playing shows together on LTC's headlining tour and will be making their west coast Pellican Child debut at their upcoming LA show at the Fonda this Friday. Stay tuned for a whole EP in 2017 and enjoy!

Pellican Child - Turn Me Down | iTunes

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