[Debut Album] Brice Fox – Okay, Hello.

Brice Fox

Debut albums are always nerve racking for an artist to put out into the world.

So many questions they ask themselves and the biggest would probably be, are people going to like the album, fans and critics alike?

In my email pops up the newly released debut album of Brice Fox called “Okay, Hello”. Brice is one of those classic singer boys who started putting together boy band groups when he was in high school. Then he attended Indiana University and did it again, forming a pop/rock group that eventually split up. And as many good boy band stories go, Fox and his smooth, Midwest voice took his talents to Los Angeles. Fast forward to today and he has released his 8-track album full of a lot of heart and soul. He has some great songs featuring Matty Rico such as “Sweet Serenity” and “Incredible”, two songs that have a jazzy feel. Fox has a sexy, yes sexy voice for such a young age. He can hit the high notes and take his voice down to the slow melodies. My favorite song is probably “Sweet As It Ever Was”, which is a song bursting with sweet emotions. Fox has a voice that could take him down many different roads, but starting his career with this debut album was the right road to go down first.

Sweet Serenity (feat. Matty Rico)
Brice Fox
Hold You
Brice Fox
Incredible (feat. Matty Rico)
Brice Fox
Sexy Ladies (feat. Marty Gierczyk)
Brice Fox
Aye (feat. Matty Rico)
Brice Fox
Sing You To Sleep
Brice Fox
Sweet As It Ever Was
Brice Fox
Cant You See
Brice Fox
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The Trap Dojo #47

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First up on this weeks Dojo is RL Grime with a couple of the tracks from his massive new High Beams EP on Fools Gold. RL Grime has consistently released some of the biggest tunes of the trap era thus far, and almost every track can hold its own to classics like “Mercy” and “Trap on Acid”. These were my favorites, but you can get the whole album from Fools GoldRedman hops on this next track with Break Science while Diplo teams up with everybody for this track celebrating his one millionth twitter follower. The Socialytes mash-up a couple trap classics with the new Jay-Z and some old school Snoop Dogg gets a new school gansta-trill flip from Gooffee.  The next bunch of songs are all foot working, ass shaking, fist pumping party starters that get seriously turnt up before it calms down again at the end with some incredibly laid back remixes of “Get Lucky”, Alicia Keys, and even “Summer Breeze” by Seals and CroftsWith the exception of the RL Grime tracks at the beginning, every song this week is free, so hit that “Buy” button, like the artists on facebook and get free music.

RL Grime
Heard Me
RL Grime
Secondary feat. Problem
Break Science
Who Got It (feat. Redman) Free Download
Diplo
CROWN Ft Mike Posner & Boaz Van De Beatz & Riff Raff
Jay z  Vs Luminox Vs Carnage
I Rock Tom Ford (Socialytes Bootleg)
Snoop Dogg
Gd Up (Gooffee Remix)
Usher
Yeah (Prince Fox 1k Remix)
D!RTY AUD!O & MEAUX GREEN
Twerkulator (Original) [Free Download
Dooze jackers
Got Line (Ookay Remix) ///FREE DOWNLOAD///
Run DMT
Shaman Juice [Free Download
Milo & Otis
THLACK (An Unoriginal Mix)
Five Knives
All Fall Down (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix) Red Bull Records FREE DOWNLOAD!
Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, GTA
Turn It Up (Combustibles Turnt Up Bootleg)  Free DL!!
Schroff
BATTLE CATS (FREE DOWNLOAD FKK RECORDS)
Jay Z
Holy Grail (Rell The Soundbender Bootleg Remix)
All I Ask
Huglife Remix
Dinah Washington
Ive Got You Under My Skin (DJ Carnage and Victor Niglio Remix)
Lucky
HUGLIFE REMIX
Alicia Keys
Unthinkable (Fwdslxsh Remix)
Seals and Crofts
Summer Breeze  ✝H0ℛDᶓ$✝ BOOTLEG
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[Video] Earl Sweatshirt – Hive (Feat. Vince Staples & Casey Veggies)

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Earl Sweatshirt
Hive (feat. Vince Staples and Casey Veggies)

Fans who missed out on Earl Sweatshirt‘s vitaminwater x The FADER’s Uncapped show in New York were treated with another little surprise last night in the form of a brand new single, “Hive.” Also featuring Casey Veggies and Vince Staples, the video is edgy and dark, yet still quirky enough to make sure you don’t forget it’s an Odd Future production. Doris is set to finally drop on August 20th, and we can’t wait to hear what Earl has in store for us. Make sure to grab yourself a copy of “Hive” on iTunes, available now.

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[Neo-Soul] Hiatus Kaiyote – Nakamarra (Feat. Q-Tip)

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Hiatus Kaiyote
Nakamarra feat. Q-Tip

While this might be the first time we’re featuring Hiatus Kaiyote on our pages, we’re hoping this isn’t the last. We may have missed the Australian quartet’s Tawk Tomahawk EP last year, but lucky for us they’re gearing up for a re-release on their new label, Flying Buddha. The marquee single of course is this one right here, a remix of “Nakamarra” featuring the amazingly talented Q-Tip. Getting a co-sign from such a legendary figure in the music industry is definitely encouraging, but not surprising once you hear (lead singer) Nai Palm‘s soothing, sun-dipped vocals. Although the band markets themselves as “future soul,” the loungey vibes on “Nakamarra” seem to hearken back to a simpler time that serve as a reminder of why we fell in love with the genre in the first place. With the revamped version of Tawk Tomahawk set to arrive tomorrow, it might be a keen idea to check out the original release before purchasing. Now excuse me while I fantasize about what A Tribe Called Quest‘s reunion project would sound like.

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[R&B] Mayer Hawthorne – Crime (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)

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Mayer Hawthorne
Crime (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)

Like many artists seem to be doing these days, Mayer Hawthorne gave NPR the go ahead to put up an advance stream of his album, Where Does This Door Go in anticipation of its release next Tuesday. One of the most intriguing pieces from the project happens to be “Crime,” the crooner’s first collaboration with the young and talented Kendrick Lamar. It seems like you can’t go anywhere without seeing Kendrick’s name these days, yet we still haven’t grown tired of him. Hawthorne ditches his traditional Motown sound for something with a bit more West Coast edge on this one. It still makes for a rather easy listen however, and we’re sure we’ll be coming back for seconds plenty of times during the summer. For more Mayer Hawthorne, you can check out the full stream of Where Does This Door Go at the link below before it hits shelves on July 16th.

STREAM: Mayer Hawthorne - Where Does This Door Go

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[Festie Music] VANIC VS EMINEM – The Last Stand

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VANIC VS EMINEM
The Last Stand

Harkening back on my early college days, Vanic has grabbed my hand and taken me back to a day of bleach blonde hair and rebellious rap lyrics. Some of you may not remember 8 Mile, but I most certainly do. Our favorite renegade rapper made his silver screen debut with a story about his life and times before we all came to love him and his music.

Fast foward to today and Vanic has blended one of the most iconic scenes with some big buzzy dubstep beats. The essential vibes of the original are all in place. The feelings that are evoked by listening to “B-Rabbit” light up a Detroit nightclub in the feature film are perfectly encapsulated in this remix.

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[New Sound out of Philly] Marian Hill – Whiskey

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Marian Hill
Whisky

Cool, smooth, perfect on the palate, leaving you wanting more.

Am I talking about a smooth drink? Well, that is the title of Marian Hill’s song titled “Whiskey”. But no, I was actually talking about their music.

MH is made up of Philadelphia musicians Jeremy Lloyd and Samantha Gongol. This duo has come up with a hip-hop, beat vibe sound with the beautifully seducing lyrics of Gongol. This song starts with a simple drum beat, then Gongol slowly begins her captivation over listeners with her sound and lyrics saying, “You are my whiskey, I will make you mine…”. The song follows a break pattern, with the song stopping every thirty seconds or so giving the song a story telling like feel to it. This song is simple, simply beautiful that is. MH is very new and this is their first song but I guarantee you, this whiskey, bluesy, lullaby of theirs is just the first in along line of smooth drinks.

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