Flip On You (Feat. ScHoolboy Q)
It’s never been a big secret that ScHoolboy Q is a huge fan of 50 Cent, and now the Compton native gets the opportunity to link up with his hero on the leaked track, “Flip On You.” 50’s influence can be heard throughout much of Oxymoron, and while this track didn’t make the final cut of that album, it gets a chance to live on as bonus cut off of 50’s upcoming Animal Ambition. The long awaited collaboration finds both emcees flexing over a soulful instrumental provided by Nascent, and after a couple listens, we’d have to say 50’s skills on the mic are still far better than his talent on the mound (although we all know that was a publicity stunt right?)
Check out the single above, and look out for Animal Ambition in a few days when it drops on June 3rd. You can also find a free stream of the album after the jump.
Shine (feat. Freddy Verano & Linying)
Well, ninjas, it’s that time of day where the happy hour specials could not be even more enticing. Since Friday is starting to creep up on us, we wanted to give you something extra groovy to vibe out to while you crack open a cold one and prepare for your weekend festivities.
German melodic house producer, Felix Jaehn, is our go-to music selection to start your Thursday night off just right. After a successful outcome from his OMI remix of “Cheerleader”, the house producer has made it harder for us to resist the lustrous temptation surrounding us. Now that we have gotten a taste of pure sensual bliss, Felix turned around and injected us all with a heavy dose of tropical pan flute feels with his new original track, “Shine” featuring Freddy Verano and Linying. The progressive flow of this track takes us on an intimate journey full of lust, desire, and attraction. This luring sensation exudes enough passion and heat to make the tension build up inside.
If this doesn’t get you in the mood, then we highly suggest you listen to this on repeat until the clothes just melt right off of your body. Don’t worry, we’ve already given into temptation at this point, so you’re allowed to as well. “Shine” is only up for a free download this week, so make sure to get your copy today so you don’t kick yourself tomorrow.
Gazzo-Lovesong (feat. Jeff Greenspan)[40K Giveaway]
A couple of weeks ago we had one of TMN’s favorite artists, Gazzo, put together the last of Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist, to which we all got down to that weekend. We’ve been following Gazzo for quite some time now and it has been such a pleasure to watch him grow as an artist and as a person throughout this entire process. In lieu of hitting 40,000 Facebook likes, Gazzo decided to give his fans a free track to celebrate all of his accomplishments up until now. His new track, “Love Song” features the stunning vocals from one of my personal favorite folk/indie singers, Jeff Greenspan. Together, Gazzo and Greenspan took a classic song and turned into an upbeat progressive house anthem that really gets us pumped for Summer.
Congratulations on all of your success, Gazzo! TMN cannot wait to see what is in store for you this year and the coming years.
We’ve heard hundreds of “Big Poppa” remixes, but none have come close to Lucas Chambon’s NuDisco flip! The summertime vibes will lift your spirits, and the funky bass line and percussion are sure to have your body swaying. Somehow this French producer was able to slip by our radar. When we posted a De Hofnar tune recently I took a moment to peep through all of the people he was following. I’m pretty excited that I did, otherwise we would have never been able to share this with you!
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Big Poppa (Lucas Chambon Remix)
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TastyTreat x Red Milk
There seems to be a wave of adorable music going around and we have been nothing but receptive to this new trend. Ever since the Wave Racer frenzy infiltrated itself into our music culture, many artists have been playing around with this incredibly addictive style of sound. Artists from all sorts of genres have started to stray away from the aggressive side of resonance and have been infuzing their tracks with a lethal amount of happiness.
Two such artists that have been making ‘cute music’ an actual genre are Tasty Treat and Red Milk. The three producers have proven that trap music isn’t solely an outlet to ‘turn down for what’. but rather they have given us music that makes you want to run around in fields of flowers with that extra special someone. This week, Tasty Treat and Red Milk put out a new original track, “It’s You”, and made us rethink the definition of ‘adorable’. The combination of the wavey chord progressions, chopped vocals, and sexy basslines, we obviously have one thing to say to this trio – it’s you. This track will automatically make your day immensly brighter, so prepare to smile and groove to these heavenly beats until you literally can’t even anymore.
Macclesfield’s indie-rock quintet is primed and ready to turn some heads with their official video for “First Light”. The visual interpretation of their recently released single perfectly mirrors the expansive and evocative beauty of the song, providing a stunning audio-visual debut.
First Light is a personal song. It’s about consciously choosing ignorance over acceptance at the end of a relationship. The ‘biting your tongue’ line kind of sums it up. Living in denial so things stay the same. – Danny Thorpe
The band have enjoyed quite the journey in 2014, getting a rise out of the blogosphere and the Hype Machine alike. If that wasn’t enough, Racing Glaciers were recently added to the BBC Radio 1 playlist after a blistering set at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend festival last weekend.