Up and coming Hip Hop artist out of Mississauga, Ontario (suburb of Toronto), Es drops his highly anticipated 3rd album titled “We Are Only Getting Older“. All we got to say is… “WOW”!! This is some real underground Hip Hop right here! Make sure to peep this album today!!
Pre-Save STéLOUSE’s Debut Album & Enter To Win Custom V-MODA Headphones
Future bass standout, STéLOUSE, is just about to drop his debut album this Friday (May 12). After releasing some stellar remixes, singles, and his “Home” EP back in 2014, the Denver producer has proven he know’s how to put the feels into the beats. There’s three singles from the album already out (peep “Lovers” below) to give us a little taste of what he’s been working on, but I think it’s safe to say we can expect nothing but greatness from this new album. And as if the excitement of anticipation wasn’t enough, you can be entered for a chance to win a pair of custom, wireless V-MODA headphones by just pre-saving the album on Spotify. So show STéLOUSE some love and pre-save the album with the link below!
OWSLA Releases Their Highly Anticipated Compilation Album “HOWSLA”
An album so highly anticipated, even Skrillex couldn’t contain himself, HOWSLA is out now. A play-on to the word House, this new compilation album on OWSLA is all bout the styles of House Music. From Chris Lake’s Beatport topping Tech House tune Operator to the exciting new Bass House collab of Skrillex and HabstraktChicken Soup and the drum-filled Tribal House track Fuerza by Tony Quattro. They included a wide and diverse selection of songs that have the soul of House shaped into the new era of today. Check out the tracks below!
Tsunami Tone, artist from New York city, delivers new EP to digest. The fearless approach and turn up intensity demands respect, this album was meant to get a party reciting bars and having a good time. The production on Ocean 360 keeps the listener grooving and attuned. The concept brought to attention how well put together the songs are, full circle approach in the trap world.
“Work Smart” is the Opening track of the EP, perfect intro as the concept says the only way to work is with efficiency. This is ideal, many artists don’t understand that practice doesn’t make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect. Tsunami goes in to praise independence by saying he needs no cosign as he will do it himself, this shows the dedication to his artistry.
“Deal With It” is the type of track you hear blowing up in the dance scene, it’s easy to remember and the production takes it to new heights, simple but very dynamic. “Let Me know” is that Boss record, Tsunami made it known why he’s one of the newest rising artists out of NY, cocky bars and bold transitions “After one night turn yo broad into a professional”. “Back in Position” another one of those Don tracks demonstrating why a loss is always a gain when it’s a mind frame.
“Another Level” is another function banger aimed at the dance element. “Dead Level” shows a difference of perspectives and why some never make it to the next level. This record is meant to motivate the hustle and life that comes along with it. “All 2 God” showed a new side of Tsunami diving deep into his conscious thoughts and emotions, creating a classic cut, smooth and straight to the point. His bars and engaging energy set the stage for a theatrical experience for the listeners.
“Make it Work” a hustler’s ambition taken to new levels, vibrant and refreshing sounds illuminating the importance of desire. “88 coups” comes right in with a magical feel, bonus track by Boy Scoe featuring Tsunami. Great track for HIP-HOP heads it has that throwback new age feel. “Activated” brings another trap style heater for the culture, this album will surely have you in the groove. “Good Loud” sparks the cannabis community with a laid back smooth approach. You can follow Tsunami Tone on twitter stay tuned for upcoming music.
Sacramento’s HIP-HOP scene debuts a classic tape as producer Jackson Nakanishi and Emcees Justin & The Honored None releases “Wanderlust”, smooth refreshing HIP-HOP vibes you can play on repeat. The Emcess exhibit the “Super Hero Flow” retro melodies with day to day concepts. Wanderlust can spark the minds of HIP-HOP enthusiast as it reminds me of a new age “Gang Starr”. The laid back tempo introduces mellow tone vibrations. The intro starts with the listener anticipating a story and sure enough their combination delivers. “Groove Theory” creates a visual right off back.
The unique voice and comfortable approach mixed with the instruments are perfect for each other. The intelligent subject matter keeps you in tuned with the album.
“Tumble Weeds” brings abstract rhyme schemes to the surface, as the emcees capture their childhood and wrapped it inside of an animation. I can visualize a Sandlot type story in progress, very innovative. My favorite track was “The Love” it reminded me of why HIP-HOP is so beautiful; it’s the care free loving vibe with political insight. Then I realized I spoke too soon when I heard “Dragon Fly”, the intense atmosphere Jackson created set up the classic cut for the Emcees to amplify the production, great mixture. Sac Town has birthed their new era.
“Wanderlust” is a great album for HIP-HOP lovers all over the world, it creates a nostalgic vibe to set listeners up for magic. The delivery is right on point, I love the smooth approach 9.0. The concept is heavy and melodic 9.0. Salute to the New school of thought. Stream “Wanderlust” here and Follow producer Jackson Nakanishi