W&V mainstays Khary and Lege Kale strike gold once again with “Too Fast.” Khary flows with ease over an eerie flute lead, warm synths, and signature Legend Sound from Lege, culminating in an anthem to stop at nothing on the way to manifesting your goals. Following in the footsteps of “Stronger,” the latest preview of their forthcoming Tidal Graves EP is another showcase of their powerful synergy.
Stream “Too Fast” below and stay tuned for more on Tidal Graves.
It’s been nearly a year since the release of his silky Princess EP, but let me tell you, I couldn’t be any happier when I got that SoundCloud Notification that Tojou uploaded a new track. The Daly City-bred producer indulges listeners in a sweet dose of house with his new tune titled “No Better Feelin’,” giving his own spin on Natasha Mosley‘s “Tattoo.” A steady groove, fleeting synths, and infectious energy are sure to have you vibing along with his latest offering.
Stream and download “No Better Feelin'” below.
Just two nights after debuting a new track via Dr. Dre’s the Pharmacy, Anderson .Paak has blessed music lovers once again with a new dance anthem, “Am I Wrong.” Along for the ride is TDE’s own ScHoolboy Q, who delivers a crisp verse, one of the few we’ve heard from him since he dropped Oxymoron last year. The two were spotted in the studio together during an episode of Paak’s Animal series with Mass Appeal and also shared the stage at a recent show in LA.
To jumpstart the week, we can finally bear witness to the studio version of the fruits of their labor. The groove-filled cut was produced by Canada’s own Pomo, and even features some extra vocals from R&B singer Omarion. This is just a taste of the endless vibes we can expect from Paak’s upcoming album, Malibu, slated to be released before the end of the year.
Grab your own copy of “Am I Wrong” via iTunes and keep up with the artists below.
Anderson .Paak: Twitter // SoundCloud // Website
ScHoolboy Q: Twitter // SoundCloud // TDE
Pomo: Twitter // SoundCloud
Just when we thought Pell was ready to head back to the studio and finish up his to-be-named album, the New Orleans genre-bender shows no signs of slowing down. Minutes ago, Pell debuted on Noisey magazine yet another new track, “Ukiyo,” in collaboration with Australia’s electronic duo Hermitude. The cut features Pell continuing to hone his sound characterized by seamless transitions between echoing, sultry vocals and his punchy, occasionally rapid-fire verses over an eerie electronic beat. Be sure to head over to Noisey to check out the full article and track.
Also, in case you missed it, here are two of his newest tracks, “Vacation (Whole Week)” and “Vanilla Sky.”
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