Scapegoat (Remix) ft. Kanye West
Nigerian native and G.O.O.D. Music soldier D’Banj gives us a carefree anthem with none other than Yeezy chiming in with two verses. If his iconic voice sounds familiar, it’s because Kanye had recruited him on Cruel Summer‘s “The Morning.” Drawing from his Nigerian roots, D’Banj creates a song that incorporates island drums and beach chords. Kanye’s flow on his verses is the perfect form of creativity with a slight hint of raunchiness. All in all the song makes it feel like palm trees and eighty degrees anywhere.
This song is due out on D’Banj’s upcoming album, DKM (D’Kings Men).
Curren$y drops an early Christmas present with his three song released straight from his Twitter. Staying true to his form, Spitta does not disappoint with a laidback flow in all three songs that is complimented with piano keys and a surprising saxophone in “Can’t Get Out.” Recruiting rising producer Thelonious Martin and fellow Jet Life crew member Young Roddy in all three of the tracks, the trio brings season’s tidings a little earlier than expected. Stream below, enjoy some Christmas trees and grab the tape free here: Curren$y – Three Piece Set.
’Curren$y – Pick N Roll (Ft. Young Roddy)’
’Curren$y – Can’t Get Out (Ft. Young Roddy)’
’Curren$y – Yella Cab (Ft. Young Roddy)’
Miami’s Own, Diego Camejo, is back at it again, except taking the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Bingo Players, etc. for a joyride on his most recent music release. This Edit Pack is more hard hitting than anything else; with famous electro drops blended with house vocals the Edit Pack does a great job of keeping you engaged in the ups and downs of the remixes. “Believe We Rise Together” is the top song on my Recently Added Playlist — he blends Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Cazzete, Spencer Hill, Nadia Ali, Dirty South, Michael Brun without a skip in the beat. Keep your groove & give him a download, you won’t regret the up and coming DJ’s latest work.
Like Diego’s Facebook page to download the entire Edit Pack and help get him to 2000 likes for his infamous Spectrum Remix.
’Believe We Rise Together – Diego Camejo Edit’
Bad Boy Record‘s signee King Los, formerly Los, enlists The Weeknd for this stripper ballad. The Baltimore MC uses a familiar acoustic guitar against the snares that slap in and out. Unlike many others, Los sticks to the story line about his beloved and describes the scenario until the beat picks up for the chorus where he switches flows to bring it all together. Grab the track free below and look out for his upcoming mixtape, Becoming King, out 11/29.
’King Los – I Got You (feat The Weeknd)’