[Hip-Hop] Sean Turk – Good Good

Sean Turk
Good Good (Prod. Sean Turk)

If you’ve been following us for a while, Sean Turk is a name that should be familiar to you. His signature style of bedroom bass has satisfied our ears for quite some time, but now he’s stepped away from it to deliver a hip-hop gem. His single “Good Good” has been released by Hiiigher Records.

“Good Good” is Sean Turk through and through; written, performed and produced by the New York creative. This is the second example of Sean making hip-hop, both of which have been successes, so don’t be surprised if he continues this trend and takes over the urban world with his music. His crossover potential is huge, just have a listen to this and his older records to get an idea. Most importantly, grab “Good Good” on digital platforms or add it to your Spotify playlists.

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[Hip-Hop] Manila Grey – Friends of Friends

MANILA GREY
Friends of Friends (prod. azel north)

The Vancouver duo Manila Grey dropped their latest song “Friends of Friends” last week. Produced by azel north, this hip-hop heater is two and a half minutes of flames. They dip into the R&B style with the performance, blending the line between rapping and singing, a trend that’s been going strong for quite some time. “Friends of Friends” is a dope tune to throw on at any time, whether you’re looking for something to move along to during your work day or at a party. Share it around with your friends in the hopes they share it around – after all it is called “Friends of Friends.”

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[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 105: Eclectic Selections

Music Ninja Radio is a weekly podcast recorded and broadcast live on San Francisco’s BFF.fm  from 4-6PM PST every Friday. 

Music Ninja Radio
Episode 105: Eclectic Selections

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This week’s episode featured some serious ketchup across a wide range of sub-genres in indie, hip-hop and house. Highlights include Beach House‘s flawless latest single, Paul Cherry‘s slacker pop, MGMT‘s synthpop anthem “Little Dark Age,” Makeness‘ genre-defying jam, SOB x RBE’s relentless hyphy flows and Crackazat’s jazzy house monster.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 285)

Let’s turn up the heat and get the party started! It’s Friday, the week is finally over and you can let loose. As we do every Friday, we’re partying it up in the dojo with some hot free downloads from incredibly talented producers from across the world. This week is no different, unless you count the fact that we’ve delivered one extra song more than usual as different. This week we’ve got tracks from Paperwings, Snowmass, Motoko, Teknicolor, Kompany, Crankdat, Sam Lamar and many more. We’ve even got the 21 Savage remix that UZ dropped in conjunction with his tour announcement. If you’re looking to party, that’s the place to be… after the dojo of course! So dive right in and get the party started properly with some epic music.

’Miguel – Sky Walker Ft. Travis Scott (Paperwings X BLSZRD Remix)’
’Snowmass –
Breaking’

’21 Savage – No Heart (UZ Remix)’
’Motoko – CATARACT’
’Exale – To The Stars’
’Ballistic (Teknicolor & Puzzles Flip)’
’ATRIP – Kinky Tie’
’Borgore Ft. Bella Thorne – Salad Dressing (WKND BAES REMIX)’
’Big N Slim – Be Here Now Feat. Rae’
’Kompany – Pit’
’Jaden Smith – Icon (Crankdat Re
Crank)’
’Sam Lamar & CYMN – Run Up (feat. Gravity)’
’8er$ & Front Bass – High Af’
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[Hip-Hop] A-Trak & Falcons – Ride For Me feat. Young Thug & 24hrs

It’s been long said that A-Trak and Young Thug have a lot of material ready to fire off. Recently we got a piece of the action by way of their song “Ride For Me” with Falcons and 24hrs. This hip-hop heater was released on Fool’s Gold Records with quick praise from fans and media alike.

“Ride For Me” sees each collaborator work off each other selflessly. Instead of having too many cooks in the kitchen with sounds/styles clashing, these four acts came together as a team to make something particularly dope. “Ride For Me” is currently out on digital platforms, so if you’re looking to add it to your library you may do so.

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[Hip-Hop] Frank Leone – Huffing Paint

FRANK LEONE
HUFFING PAINT

Illinois native Frank Leone has been on our radar for quite awhile now, but he’s been on a bit of a hiatus lately, finally returning with his first single in over a year in “Huffing Paint”. Don’t let the charming melodies fool you though, as this isn’t an entirely joyous occasion. Premiered last week by Zane Lowe, this brand new track finds Frank mourning the loss of his close friend Westley Banks who unfortunately took his life last spring. Over a sparse instrumental mixed with subtle bass, a reflective Frank walks us through his coping process before flexing his beautiful vocal chops to close out the song.

You can listen to the bittersweet tribute above, but we highly suggest checking out the awesome pixelated visuals below as well. If you can relate to this tune and feel like adding it to your library, make sure to follow Frank on your streaming platform of choice. Let’s just hope we don’t have to wait quite as long for the next release from the talented young artist.

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[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 103: Soultronica x Black Panther x Dance Bliss

Music Ninja Radio is a weekly podcast recorded and broadcast live on San Francisco’s BFF.fm  from 4-6PM PST every Friday. 

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Episode 103: Soultronica x Black Panther x Dance Bliss

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This week’s show was mostly a mish-mash of various Soundcloud/Bandcamp finds across genres plus a few favorite cuts from TDE’s Black Panther OST. A few other projects highlighted in this episode include stellar new EPs from Ravyn Lenae, Mija & Geotheory alongside Keinemusik‘s eclectic self-titled album. Closing out the show was a selection of left-field house cuts ranging from funky to hazy lo-fi to ethereal electro.

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