As the latest installment of Filmsupply Presents, “Fukuro” bridges the gap between several cultures. The video features the saucy track from Lege Kale and jåmvvis of the same name, brought to life by director duo Mindcastle and talented dancer Jessica Hu. As she is transported to the aisles of a Japanese supermarket, Jessica delivers a confident and hard-hitting performance to the thumping beat laced with woozy synths and echoing plucks.
Check out the video for “Fukuro” below.
Khary and Lege Kale are honestly my favorite duo right now. They have this unique sonic chemistry that culminates in seriously impressive tunes. While Khary’s kept busy dropping videos for “Cowboy Bebop Freestyle” and “Internlude,” Lege has been traveling the country to perform alongside the likes sober rob and oriJanus.
The As We Arrive duo returns to our pages with their long-awaited collaborative project, Tidal Graves. The seven-track EP fleshes out previous singles “Stronger” and “Too Fast” for a true showcase of their combined talents with further standouts like “Fujiko.” Khary’s clever lyricism is a breath of fresh air that flows through Lege’s soundscapes with ease. In the final track, “Desperado,” Khary and Lege trade verses in a triumphant closer to one of the best projects to drop this year.
Indulge in Tidal Graves below and check out the fully annotated lyrics via Genius.
With their long-awaited Tidal Graves EP dropping tomorrow, Khary and Lege Kale share the latest set of visuals from the project featuring “Too Fast.” Their latest music video takes place at their close friend and YouTube star Luna‘s pad in Los Angeles, bringing the track to life with help from director Deyo Forteza. Detailing his come-up, Khary flows over Lege’s hard-hitting production with ease as they and the crew enjoy some chill rooftop vibes.
Check out the video for “Too Fast” below and stay tuned for Tidal Graves later tonight.
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.
Having joined forces on tracks like “Find Me” and “Big Trouble,” W&V favorites Khary and Lege Kale share an unrivaled sonic chemistry. The blossoming talents have continued to harness their individual followings, with Khary’s intern aquarium. and Lege’s 2016 Singles Series, returning today with “Stronger.”
Their latest collab stands as the first official single from their forthcoming joint Tidal Graves EP, pairing Khary’s swift verses and hazy hook with Lege’s bouncy production. Khary reflects on his come-up and the tug-of-war of love that is often tested along the way.
Stream “Stronger” below and stay tuned for more on Tidal Graves.
From his slew of bouncy remixes to originals like “What I Need” and “Silence,” Lege Kale has continued to refine his artistry. The latest addition to his 2016 Singles Series taps fellow Columbus artist Yogi Split for an in-your-face tune titled “Snake Charmer.” The duo trades gritty verses over a Piero Umiliani sample laced with thumping percussion to detail their experiences with groupies, snakes, and fakes.
Stream and download “Snake Charmer” below.
Earlier this month, Jaden Smith made a valiant return with “Fallen,” the latest single from his forthcoming album titled [Syre]. W&V favorite Lege Kale is ramping up the energy with his remix of the track, lacing Jaden’s verses with heavy 808 riffs and galactic plucks. Topped off with stuttering kicks and a slurring beatswitch, this flip is more than enough to hold us down while we await new music from Lege and Jaden in the coming months.
Stream and download Lege’s “Fallen” remix below.
@ArtFromKevin has returned with his latest track, “Grind.” The Columbus emcee oozes with confidence over hard-hitting production from W&V favorite Lege Kale, pairing his aggressive verses with crunchy percussion and smooth 808 glides. Throughout the track, Kevin reminds us of his determination to climb the ladder, flexing double-time raps with ease.
Stream “Grind” below.
If you were looking for a pick-me-up this weekend, look no further—Lege Kale has returned with the latest addition to his 2016 Singles Series, “What I Need.” The Columbus producer assembles a barrage of downtempo sounds, topped with crunchy percussion and fleeting synths. The overall groove is sure to have you nodding along to the funky riffs and trumpet-led outro.
Alongside his brothers and cousins, Lege also rides the instrumental with his sleek raps to flesh out the track. Lege details his focus on music and progression, sweetened by a disregard for nonbelievers. Here’s to watching him continue to grow as a producer, vocalist, and overall artist.
Stream “What I Need” below, grab your free download, and stay tuned for his forthcoming The Patient Wanderer EP. Also, revisit his flip of Aminé‘s “Caroline” and “Silence” with The Kount and Olukara.
Although “Caroline” has been around for half a year now, it wasn’t until Aminé shared its high-octane visuals that the summer single became an undeniable success. Filled with clever wordplay and heaps of energy, the Portland-based emcee has led his team of banana enthusiasts around the States, including a few shows with Savemoney general, Joey Purp.
Lege Kale, the beatsmith behind Khary’s “Find Me,” recently gave “Caroline” his own twist. Lege’s latest remix follows his collab with The Kount and Olukara, standing as another showcase of his prowess on the boards. Topped off with additional production from his younger brother Ordnry Yngster, Lege strings together a funky bass-line with a barrage of percussion and synths to give the track his signature groove.
Lege also shared a few words about the track via email:
“When I first heard Aminé’s song and saw his video, I loved the infectiousness and energy. When it came time to do the remix, me and my younger brother Ordnry Yngstr wanted to create a track that was just as infectious and energetic, yet stood out on its own and had that unique factor and flavor. I think the final product really represents that in all aspects.”
Stream and download the remix below, and keep up with Lege on SoundCloud and Twitter.