The Knife 'Full of Fire'
After remaining dormant for seven years, Swedish electronic duo, The Knife, has finally returned with a brand new album called Shaking The Habitual. Their fourth LP and followup to 2006′s Silent Shout consists of 13 tracks, many of which are pretty darn lengthy, such as the nine-minute song “Full Of Fire” (above). It officially drops on April 9th via Mute, but is available for full stream right now!
Welp, spring break is pretty much over. But no need putting on the sad ninja pants. It only means we are that much closer to warmer days, skimpy clothing, songs about summer love, BBQs, beach parties and plenty of indie dojos to make all those things 1000 times better.
Trying To Reach You (Official Audio)
Oh, Hiding Out
Girls (Feat. Too $hort)
After debuting his new single at SXSW early last month, Kid Cudi‘s finally decided to unleash his ode to the opposite sex in its full glory for all of us to hear. Featuring Bay Area legend, Too $hort, “Girls” falls right in sonically amongst previously released singles “Immortal,” “King Wizard,” and “Just What I Am.” If you’re looking to snag a copy of this Cudder track, you can get it as instant download when you pre-order Indicud on iTunes now.
R.I.P. (Remix) Feat. Kendrick Lamar, YG & Chris Brown
Kendrick Lamar is officially the most popular kid on the block. Everywhere you turn, it seems like somebody is recruiting K. Dot for a spot on their newest single or remix. With that being said, it’s no surprise that Young Jeezy turned to the “Hottest MC In The Game” to replace 2 Chainz on the remix for his hot new single. What may surprise you is what other cohorts were invited to the party. Joining Kendrick on the remix are YG and Chris Brown. While Kendrick definitely bodies the beat, Chris Brown does nothing more than rattle a few cages, taking some shots at Drake and Frank Ocean. Regardless, you should definitely expect to hear this version of the track everywhere over the next few months, especially with summer right around the corner.
Tonight (ft. Yonas Michael)
Just in time for Spring Break mode, the duo Kidz in the Hall drop a new dope track titled “Tonight”. The cool but party loving Chicago emcees Naledge and Double-O team up with Yonas Michael for to deliver a smooth, party-starting single. Spitting over a synth heavy, futuristic, and flashing drums beat produced by Double-O. The two deliver and bring this colorful track to life as they speak about living out the night like it is their last. Be sure to check out the free track below, which is the first single from their upcoming Wishful Drinking EP, dropping 4/2.