[NEW] Kendrick Lamar – The Jig Is Up (Dump’n) (Prod. J. Cole & Canei Finch)

Kendrick Lamar has been absolutely killing the rap game. His debut album with Interscope Records, Good Kid m.A.A.d. City, is already being hailed a classic and generation-defining piece of work. The first week numbers came in today and with an impressive 242,122 units sold, Lamar’s critical success has clearly been also met by approval from the masses.

In the past, Kendrick has mentioned that him and fellow rising star, Roc Nation’s J. Cole, have been working on a collaborative project. Cole’s producing and rapping chops have been repeatedly proven, and his debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story, was easily one of the strongest of 2011. Today, Lamar blesses us with a glimpse into what we can expect from this dynamic and incredibly talented duo.

On “The Jig Is Up,” Kdot comes with his harder flow showing off his lyrical ability, unique voice and versatility. Cole World and NYC-based producer, Canei Finch, create a stadium-worthy, epic backdrop. Although J. Cole doesn’t grace the track on the mic, he does speak briefly showing his praise and support for Kendrick. Stream and download this gem below and make sure to grab GKMC on iTunes!

Kendrick Lamar
The Jig Is Up (Dumpn) (Prod. by J.Cole & Canei Finch)
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[FILTHY] Flux Pavilion – OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna)

Dubstep heavyweight Flux Pavilion has been known to drop an anthem or two. This song could fall into that mind altering category but too soon to say, lets just wait to see if it’s on his upcoming album due to drop in November. Flux has NO SHAME, and he shows that off in this brain scrambling monstrosity titled “OneTwoThree”. Featuring insane high pitch, lazer infused wobbles firing on all cylinders, prepare yourself. Cheers

Flux Pavilion
OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna)
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[MP3 Playlist] The Trap Dojo: Volume #11

Whether you have suffered from Sandy’s wrath, or simply trying to get through another week of work, begging for the weekend to get here sooner, The Trap Dojo is coming through every Tuesday to try and brighten up your week with the biggest and best trap tunes we can find. Because Halloween is coming up tomorrow, this week starts with a couple tracks perfect to get you in the mood. Bro Safari teams up with none other than DJ Craze who scratches the hell out of this track, while ETC!ETC! gives the theme song from Child’s Play a very creepy trap flip. If you’re familiar with The Trap Dojo, then you must be familiar with Ookay who has been a regular figure from the start. This week he partners with the Japanese homies Watapachi to remix the legendary FatBoy Slim‘s “Star 69″ into an absolute banger. LOUDPVCK released a new EP this week and this track, “Dolly Parton” is probably my favorite, with a catchy vocal hook, and deep drums and jungle flair. KTheory takes a hint from trapstyle gods Flosstradamus and samples himself some hardstyle and absolutely destroys this track. If absolutely filthy lyrics are your thing, Danny Brown‘s “Witit” will be sure not to disappoint. Brown does exactly what he does best and spits lyrics so nasty they could make even a hooker blush. While this song is a bit older, he just released a video for it this week, so be sure to check it out. With trap music taking over the scene, moombahton has not been getting the press it deserves lately, so to fix that Kaptain brings us a sick moombah track, which flips into some grimey trap later on. If Grandtheft really is as cocky as this track suggests, it’s probably well deserved after kicking out this banger, immediately after working with Diplo on the remix of “Sweet Nothing” by Calvin Harris last week. I usually try and finish of the Dojo with an example of the softer side of Trap and Ookay hits the mark this week with a melodic and soothing remix of “Clarity” by Zedd. While not quite as chill as other similar tracks, this one is filled with soulful emotion, and easily earns the final spot on this list.

As usual, you can pick up all 20 free tracks from this week in the Zip.

 

Bro Safari feat. DJ Craze
Spooked (Free Download)
Childs Play Theme
(ETC!ETC! Remix) {Free Download}
Watapachi & Ookay
What ///BUY4FREEDL///
LOUDPVCK
DOLLY PARTON
KTheory
Geeked Up
Danny Brown
Witit
Kaptain
 Choom Gang (Original Mix) (Free Download)
Cockiness (Hedspin & Grandtheft Remix)
Buzz Trillington
Lasagna (click buy this track for FREE DL)
The Socialytes
H8TRS (Trap Remix)
The Socialytes
Booty Bounce (Original Mix)
DJ ASSAULT
ASS N TITTIES (SMOOKIE ILLSON REMIX) (RTT EXCLUSIVE)
Haze.Boogie.Life (Team Bayside High Remix)
Hucci
Next One (FREE DOWNLOAD CLICK BUY THIS TRACK)
Don Midass
Im The Boss (We Bad Remix)
Calvin Harris Ft. Ellie Goulding
I Need Your Love (Luke Shay Remix)
Death Grips
Klink (Djemba Djemba Remix)
Jack Beats
Get Down (Gold Top Trapshi Remix)
H3 feat. Mr Dan
Militia (Trap VIP)
Skrubz
Where the party pt2 ft Joecat
Zedd
Clarity (Ookay Remix) ///BUY 4 FREE DL///
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[Electro] Krewella – Alive (Maor Levi Remix)

We are huge supporters of anything having to do with Krewella and Maor Levi deliver a massive remix of their track “Alive”. The amazing vocals somehow get even more euphoric  being surrounded by the infectious synths and melodies delivered throughout this whole tune. The drops have a similiar sound deisgn to some of CAZZETTE’s earlier work bringing a relentless bass line that hits at all the right times. Cheers.

Krewella
Alive (Maor Levi Remix) FREE DOWNLOAD
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[Hip-Hop] Curren$y – Talk My Shit (Prod. Thelonious Martin)

New Orleans emcee Curren$y, also known as Spitta Andretti, has become a staple in the music library of many hip-hop fans. Over the past few years he has proven one of the most prolific and consistently dope artists out while building quite the team with his Jet Life Recordings crew. His summer Warner Brothers Records released album, The Stoned Immaculate, showcased his lyrical wit and OG mentality earning him both critical and mainstream success.

On his latest release, “Talk My Shit,” Curren$y does exactly that over a fitting old-school and cypher-like instrumental by the rapidly rising producer, Thelonious Martin. This light, addicting cut from his upcoming mixtape exudes confidence perfectly representing Spitta’s stony mogul persona. Stream and download it below and look out for Priest Andretti, his latest free project, right here tomorrow. Jet Life!

Curren$y
Talk My Shit (prod by Thelonious Martin)
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (November 2012 Round #1)

As the weather begins to cool down, our fantasies of staying inside, skipping a shower or two and watching marathon episodes of Breaking Bad on Netflix start to materialize. The brewing storms, foggy skies, and crispy air are the perfect excuses to be a lazy ass. But once you hit the turning point of no return and the feeling of guilt for being a bum sets in, we got you covered. Instead of getting lost inside the boob tube, stimulate some of your other senses. Nothing says fall like a like a little Indie Dojo action…

The Tinder Box
To The Road
Guy Fox
You
Sri
Rewired
Old Earth
less words
The River Monks
Laine
The Shivers
Beauty
Slow Skies
Walk Me Home

 

 

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[Epic Video] SKisM – Experts

Anyone who has viewed the UKF Youtube channel can tell you that the video comments section is like the Elephant Graveyard, you should never go there, plain and simple. Whether it’s a bunch of adolescents trolling or self-proclaimed experts firing up over pointless arguments over genre, it’s fair to say that it doesn’t exactly present the greatest reflection of humanity. In fact, there is even a Facebook group dedicated to sharing the best of these facepalm-inducing comments which is good for a laugh or two.

With all that said, SKisM has come out with a response which apart from being one of the most kickass EDM music videos I have ever seen, also serves as the perfect counter to all those crusaders for musical purity, fighting their war against incorrectly labelled genres one keystroke at a time. The animated sequence is mind-blowingly awesome, with cameo appearances from Skrillex, Zomboy, Eptic, Excision and of course, SKisM himself, which would make for the most badass superhero film you could imagine. Nonetheless, beyond the sick visuals and heavy basslines, when it comes down to it the message SKisM is trying to send here is simple. We all need to stop the fighting and enjoy the music for what it is

…or else you’ll eat a barrage of missiles to the face. You’ve been warned.

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