Corey James Has Some Heat That Will “Bring It” On The Dance Floor
Last time Corey James was mentioned on TSS he had an interview done. Today his latest track Bring It is out now via Protocol Recordings. It’s a dancefloor anthem that’ll make the club shake. It’s even a festival banger that will excite the crowd regardless of the time of day.
“Lose It” To Naderi’s Flip On This Flume Favorite Featuring Vic Mensa
From Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” to Post Malone’s “White Iverson,” Naderi has been leaving his melodic mark on fan favorites for awhile now. Flume’s “Lose It” featuring Vic Mensa is no different. While the original utilizes obscure synths and instrumentals, Naderi takes on a more bipolar approach. By harnessing hard basslines and sharp snaps of the snare, the tune takes on a rugged Hip Hop sound, but by the time the drop hits you’ll be swimming in melodic goldmine of euphoric synths and tubular bells.
“When I heard this song I lost my shit and instantly wanted to put my touch on it. Hope you guys like
Flume Ft. Vic Mensa – Lose It (Naderi Remix)| Stream Only |
Adam Elkassas brings back “simplicity” with his latest album, “It Is What It Is”. Released early May 2016, this underground Hip Hop album has a smooth unorthodox deep felt sound, with lyrics that are trendsetting. His sound has a heavy super simple feel yet you can still hear the emormous talent on how he structures his music. According to the credits this is all self-produced, goes to show that he worked really hard to be ORIGINAL. Underground Hip Hop is what Adam Elkassas is all about.
This album has 13 tracks, front to back a real enjoyment, adding an appreciation for raw Hip Hop from Adam Elkassas. My favorite track on this album “Killing You” mad my day to be honest. It’s a great track full of simplicity. Check out his album today on Souncloud!
Adam Elkassas drops his self-produced album “It Is What It Is”. It’s a glimpse into the life of a 22 yr old Egyptian kid coming up in America from nothing before attending an Ivy League university and dropping out.
Willy Joy is no stranger to putting out tunes that makes the walls wobble and speakers blow. From his Free Willy Wednesday remixes to his latest release “Weak Shit”, Willy has always provided the perfect soundtrack to turn up and get down to. “Let Me See It” is no exception. This latest track from the mastermind himself utilizes instrumentals that are tasty trap blend of traditional Japanese Geisha music and thunderous bass. Shouts to Nest HQ for premiering the track and helping us get a little wild this Thursday!