[Hip-Hop] T.I. – Hello Feat. Cee Lo Green (Prod. The Neptunes)

T.I. comes through with his latest single, featuring The Voice‘s very own Cee Lo Green, and legendary production duo, The Neptunes. “Hello” seems to represent a new chapter in T.I.’s life, as visualized in the artwork for the track. The smooth track is all about looking forward towards the future and the road ahead, with a hook that instructs us to “Just keep going and don’t look back/And look forward from where you’re at/There’s some jealousy in your rearview/Hello, hello, hello.” It’s as though The King is ready to turn over a new leaf and move past some of his old Rubberband Man ways, while proving he’s still no stranger to hustling for his dough. TIP’s eight studio album, Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Heart, drops next Tuesday, December 18th.

T.I. Feat. Cee Lo Green
Hello
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[Electronic] The Chainsmokers ft. Priyanka Chopra – Erase (Original Mix)

“Damn” was the first word I could think of when I initially was sent this monster of a track by The Chainsmokers, and after listening to it multiple times, it’s still the first thing that comes to mind. “Erase” features Priyanka Chopra’s beautiful voice singing incredibly catchy lyrics that will immediately get you singing along after the unexpected grinding electro drops.

The Chainsmokers ft. Priyanka Chopra
Erase (Original Mix)
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[Mp3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (December 2012 Round #2)

Before you head out into the holiday madness to get in line with all the humans of mass consumerism, download the dojo and grab your headphones. You will find yourself floating through the crowds of Grinches. It will be like looking at the world through rose colored glasses, except way more ninja.

Dream Boat
Sea To Sky
Bears
Eleven A.M.
Onward & Soldiers
Telling Nobody
Little Children
Hollow
Bears Den
Pompeii
Split Screen
Born
Mesita
Hostages

 

 

 

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[Trap Anthem] Benny Benassi – Satisfaction (RL Grime Remix)

We already covered the Extended Preview of this song, and now the full version is here. RL Grime pulls out all the stops on this remix of Benny Benassi’s most well-known track, transforming it into a massive Trap anthem. RL Grime is no stranger to perfection and this song is just off the chain. Cheers.

AND THEN JUST…..

Satisfaction (RL Grime Remix)
Benny Benassi *OFFICIAL PREVIEW* (OUT DECEMBER 17TH)

Release date is December 17th via Ultra Records

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[Folk] Thad Kopec – Red Wolf

After writing music for nearly three years, Nashville singer-songwriter Thad Kopec has released a full-length called Heart Of Man. The collection is an impressive offering of earnest and captivating folk rock, highlighted especially by the distinct, impassioned timbre of Kopec’s voice. While most of the songs are worth multiple listens, “Red Wolf” might be its very best. With a very palpable feeling of sorrow and longing, coupled with wincing strings & brass, it seems to have that “spark” — the kind that makes acts like Iron & Wine and Fleet Foxes so successful at tugging at the heartstrings.

Red Wolf

Stream and purchase Thad Kopec’s Heart Of Man via his Bandcamp.

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[Trap] Rihanna vs. The Bloody Beetroots – 1 2 Cake Cake feat. Steve Aoki (Crizzly Remix)

Crizzly dropping some Trap, could today get any better? Crizzly says on his soundcloud, “Birthday Cake by Rihanna + Warp 1.7 by The Bloody Beetroots + Steve Aoki’s cake batter + Sylenth hoover preset + Crizzly = this song.“  A few booming big room synths later and you have a Trap anthem. Both drops are equally as satisfying, but the splicing on the second one is just unreal. Turn up the bass and cop the free download, by clicking here. Cheers.

Rihanna vs. The Bloody Beetroots
1 2 Cake Cake feat. Steve Aoki (Crizzly Remix)
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[Electronica] Chrome Sparks – Send The Pain On

Ever since Ann Arbor’s Chrome Sparks flew — or rather, stormed — onto our radar with his bubbly electronica patchwork of a track “Marijuana,” he has held our close attention. His newest song “Send The Pain On,” released just a few hours ago, is a beautifully pieced-together musical landscape that winds, glimmers and is full of built-up surges and an all-consuming, throbbing energy. It’s alive and breathes like filled lungs do. Soothing, yet invigorating, it inhales and exhales, like the rise and fall of a heaving chest.

Send The Pain On

“Send The Pain On” is off Chrome Sparks’ forthcoming EP, due out sometime this winter.

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