banks-fall-over-djemba-djemba-remix
BANKS
Fall Over (Djemba Djemba Remix)

Newcomer Banks returns to the interwebs today with a new remix thanks to the re-workings of producer Djemba Djemba. … Continue reading »

Related items:

Young Jeezy & Kendrick Lamar – Westside, Right On Time (Urban Noize Remix)

Westside-Right-On-Time-Urban-Noize-Remix

Another day, another dope single that Westcoast emcee Kendrick Lamar lyrical dominates. On this remix, the South Florida duo Urban Noize remixes the Canei Finch track. Adding in some horn sample cuts and head-nod worthy drums to the beat, the duo compliments the track well. Young Jeezy comes through to drop off a quick street-inspired verse over the throwback vibe and still does the track justice. Still feel like both the original and remix could use a guest verse from Bun B. but this is a solid remix that still keeps the old school rhythm of the original. Take a listen below.

Related items:
Cloud Boat - Youthern
Cloud Boat
Hammerspace (Mary Anne Hobbs BBC 6 Music)

We went a little nutty over Cloud Boat‘s ghostly dazzler of a track “Youthern” (likening it to James Blake, even), and … Continue reading »

Related items:
Janet Jackson - Someone To Call My Lover (Giraffage Remix)
Janet Jackson
Someone To Call My Lover (Giraffage Remix)

I’m a sucker for most things Janet Jackson, especially anything off that album, All For You. San Francisco producer Giraffage — who … Continue reading »

Related items:

Wake Owl – Wild Country (Teen Daze Remix)

wake owl - teen daze remix
Wake Owl
Wild Country (Teen Daze Remix)

In case you missed it, we reviewed Wake Owl‘s recent indie EP, Wild Country (hint: we think it’s pretty beautiful). This week, the folksy acoustics of the title track are stripped away and replaced by the cascading, psychedelic electronic ambiance from Canadian producer Teen Daze. The remix is (excuse the pun) wildly different than the original — everything from the mood to its textures have been altered — but somehow still just as powerful and captivating. Listen in above.

Related items:

[Hip-Hop] Talib Kweli – Come Here (ft Miguel)

Talib_Kweli_ft_Miguel_-_Come_Here

Getting ready for the release of his latest LP, NY emcee Talib Kweli drops his latest single today for fans listening pleasure. The smooth Grind Music produced track, titled “Come Here”, has the always conscious Kweli taking a more romantic approach to wooing the woman of his dreams. Teaming up with R&B-star Miguel for some soothing vocals on the chorus and hook, this track is definitely something the ladies will love. The combination of Kweli spitting some truth and Miguel delivering an addictive hook make this unexpected single a buzzworthy release, as we patiently wait for his album to drop April 23rd. Be sure to stay on the lookout for some more heat on Kweli’s latest effort, titled Prisoner of Conscious, which also features from Marsha Ambrosius, Busta Rhymes, and Kendrick Lamar. 

Related items:

[TMN Premiere] Basement Jaxx – Where’s Your Head At (Team Bayside High & Willy Joy Bootleg)

TBM Willy Joy Head at
Basement Jaxx
Where's Your Head At (Team Bayside High & Willy Joy Bootleg)

Today, we are very pleased to bring you the premiere of a huge new track from Team Bayside High and Willy Joy. Both these names have been seen often on The Music Ninja, as TBH have released some of the heaviest trap we’ve ever heard with their remix of Pantera‘s “Walk”, while showing their versatility with the incredibly chill remix of The Postal Service. Willy Joy has been releasing free tracks almost weekly for the past several months as part of his “Free Willy Wednesday”, and has been featured many times on our Trap Dojo and Friday Party Playlists and has shown an ability to turn any remix he touches to gold. “Where’s Your Head At” by Basement Jaxx is an all time EDM Classic, and while it is generally a tricky situation to tackle a classic, these guys do it with ease. You’ll be sure to be singing along to the classic lyrics while Willy and TBH throw down some really heavy trap flavor sure to have your head banging at whiplash levels.  As the current inception of trap music enters its sophomore year and the genre begins to mature, Team Bayside High and Willy Joy are sure to become real heavyweights in the scene. They both have the experience as well as a daringness to tackle any style and to push the limits of what constitutes Trap music. Hit the buy button to get this for the simple cost of a well deserved Facebook thumbs up.

Related items: