[Hip-Hop] Casey Veggies & Rockie Fresh – Energy (Prod. Uncle Dave)

Both fresh off of solid projects, young emcees Casey Veggies and Rockie Fresh team up for a new track, appropriately titled “Energy,” celebrating their early success. Over a bright, oscillating instrumental, the Veggies and Fresh, from LA and Chi-town respectively, both show off their individual styles while cultivating the type of excitement that surrounds rising stars. Listen and download this dope collaboration below.

Casey Veggies x Rockie Fresh
Energy (prod. Uncle Dave)
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[Hip-Hop] Big Sean – 24K of Gold (Remix) (Feat. J. Cole & Raekwon) (Prod. Key Wane)

“24K of Gold” was just one of many highlights on Big Sean‘s excellent Detroit mixtape. Now Sean’s go-to producer, Key Wane, has released the remix featuring none other than The Chef, Raekwon. The Wu-Tang affiliate blesses the track with his usual abrasive yet eloquent flow, while Big Sean and J. Cole lock things down on the front end of the track. This little gem can be found on Key Wane’s new mixtape, So Many Keys, which features a myriad of songs he’s produced over the last year.

Big Sean
24k Of Gold (Feat Raekwon & J. Cole) (Prod By Key Wane)
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[Hip-Hop/Electronic] araabMUZIK – The Prince Is Coming

araabMUZIK certainly knows how to make an entrance. For the first entry on his new mixtape, For Professional Use Only, araab brings us his trademarked frenzied percussion coupled with some reverberating tribal drums and slashing electric riffs. “The Prince Is Coming” truly serves as a meer teaser of what’s to come on February 15th when the mixtape drops. Until then, keep this one on repeat.

The Prince Is Coming
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Diplo & Swick – Keep It Gully [Funky]

So we featured the 30 second preview of this massive track from Diplo & Swick. Now we have the full version and its pure madness. It starts off with some catchy drum work, then slowly builds into a Big Room banger accompanied by flawless vocal work. “Keep It Gully” most likely won’t catch on like “Express Yourself” did but people should definitely love this tune. Every drop in this track is satisfying and sure to get your feet moving. Cheers.

In case your fiending for more Diplo, check out these two tracks we featured yesterday: Diplo & GTA – Boy Oh Boy and Diplo & DJ Fresh – Up.

Diplo & Swick
Keep It Gully

Release date was February 4th via Mad Decent

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[MP3 Playlist] The Trap Dojo #25

Kicking off the 25th edition of The Trap Dojo, we have a huge remix of Rihanna’s “Jump” from Club Cheval, the same group that was behind the Nero - “Won’t You Be There” remix. This version keeps Rihanna’s chorus, a cover of “Pony” by Ginuwine but fills in the blanks with some hot verses from Theophilus London and some hot trap beats. Next up is D!RTY AUD!O‘s track from the recent Trap-a-Holics Certified Trap 2 Mixtape filled with frantic synth work and aggressive verses. After remixing “Milkshake” by Kelis, GoldTop shows that they have a flair for remixing silly female tracks into full on trap bangers, this time hitting “Lip Gloss” by Lil Mama. Hard hitting basslines, horns and sharp drumwork keep the track fresh and is sure to be a dancefloor smasher. Bird Peterson is back with another of his Drankenstein remixes, this time taking on the spacey, prog-house track “Cosmos” and keeps many of the great proggy elements, while still completely transforming it into a definitively Drankenstein track. The next track, from newcomer $1 Bin is full of horns that are on an epic scale, building up the aura before dropping it into a grimy dirty bassline with all the snares you could ask for. This is super tight production, and i’ll definitely be keeping an eye on this guy in the future. The rest of the list has plenty of favorites like O.G. Status, Huglife and Knuckle Children all with fresh tracks for you, so make sure to check them out and enjoy them. CNTRL starts off the Cool Down, fusing his hip-hop sampling with trill bells and a deep bassline. Hucci makes use of his sample from The Temptations “Here I Come” in his trill banger, while Alter Natives close out the list this week with the emotional “Sierra’s Theme”. Clearly inspired by tracks like “Lana’s Theme” from Flosstradamusthey turn the original Freshly Ground song, “I’d Like” into a heavy, emotionally charged trap anthem, whose quality is right up there with “Lana’s Theme”

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Jump (Club Cheval Rap Remix feat. Theophilus London)
D!RTY AUD!O feat. Tarantula Man
Moon Bound (Original Mix)
Lil Mama
Lip Gloss (Gold Top Remix)
Cosmos (Drankenstein Remix)
$1 Bin
Alright Now (Refix)
Get Buck (OG Status x i.V. Remix)
Valentino Khan
Spaceships On Bombay (Original Mix)
Sidney Samson
Get Low (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix)
Knuckle Children
The Creator ( My House )
▲ Rihanna
Jump (P.A.F.F. Trap Remix) ▲ (FREE DOWNLOAD)
Save Us (From Trap) The interns X thefaded.
Cajmere - Percolator (Shooter McNappin Twurkcolator Remix) FREE DL
Alter Natives
Sierras Theme(Freshly Ground) Buy this track= Free Dl!
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Wildlife Control – Different

Wildlife Control make their 2013 debut introducing a palpable and exciting new sound. Part of the reason that makes the Brooklyn/San Francisco duo so attractive is their genuine attention for instrumental harmony often wrapped around softer vocals and even delicate and somber productions. However, their latest single “Different” provides a stark contrast to what we have heard to date, instilling aggressive Sleigh Bells-like drumming with a backdrop of hazy and surreal vocals.

Whether the single is a new direction for Wildlife Control or just a playful anomaly, it proofs the bands maturity and unwillingness to be tied down to a specific sound.

Wildlife Control

‘Different’ was released 1/29 and can be purchased on iTunes

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Tame Impala – Feels Like We Only Go Backwards (Chrome Canyon de-mix)

Tame Impala get their trippy psych-rock track “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” reworked by experimental electronic artist Chrome Canyon. The result? A woozy, elusive, yet totally captivating “de-mix”. When colors start to swirl and blur around you, you know the song’s gotten to you. Enjoy it.

Tame Impala
Feels Like We Only Go Backwards (Chrome Canyon de
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