Anonymous SoundCloud Phenom Deathpact Drops Gnarly New Remix for ODESZA
Who is Deathpact? No one appears to know. The producer’s id has but to be revealed and the SoundCloud profile hails from Unknown, United States. What we do know is that she or he or they simply unleashed an enormous new reprise of ODESZA‘s “Loyal” that you want to hear now.
Where ODESZA presents up considered one of their boldest musical atmospheres but, Deathpact solely builds upon it. Trading out a majority of the deep horns for equally deep arps and a wholesome serving of distortion makes for an uncommon twist on this crowd pleaser. The mysterious producer drives the entice banger right into a midtempo blaster, hardening up the monitor within the course of.
“Filthy.” “Aggressive.” “Holy Fuck.”
Those are simply among the methods followers are expressing what’s heard beneath.
For extra info, or lack thereof, go to www.death-pact.com or dial 917-283-2750 as famous within the description of this new flip.
Trouble & Offset Are Up To No Good In "Kesha Dem Remix"
Trouble & Offset carry a bawdy banger to life.
Months after its late-March launch, the scope of Trouble’s Edgewood continues to develop. The Atlanta rapper not too long ago dropped off a revised 41E Edition, that includes 5 new songs, together with an Offset-assisted remix of “Kesha Dem.” Now, Big Trouble and Offset have united to carry their single to life, coming by means of with an appropriately bawdy video. Once once more, Trouble kicks issues off by highlighting his appearing chops, inserting a dose of on a regular basis realism into the narrative.
The story is tried and true; a home social gathering looms, and sure, there shall be females. Females twerking with sufficient drive to energy a windmill. Unfortunately for Trouble, an previous flame has hit him with some shocking information. Luckily, the rapper seems to have mastered the artwork of grace underneath strain. Thus, he rides towards his objective undeterred, with Offset in tow. Peep the clip now, and pontificate beneath. Did ya’ll get pleasure from Edgewood?
Stream Jessie Reyez's "Being Human In Public" EP
Jessie Reyez has been rolling out a ton of recent music over the previous few months, together with songs like “Apple Juice,” “F*** Being Friends,” & “Dear Yessie” to call just a few, however in the present day the Toronto singer determined to share the remainder of her Being Human In Public EP.
Laced with 7 tracks in complete, 6 of which we beforehand heard already, the observe as much as final 12 months’s Kiddo tape options two visitor appearances from Kehlani & Normani, each of which seem on the outro ”Body Count” remix. Meanwhile manufacturing comes from the likes of Babyface, Claudia Brant, Fred Ball, Hennedub, Jessie Reyez, The Rascals & Tim Suby.
Available now on iTunes, followers can stream the 7-song EP Apple Music or Spotify. If you want to see Jessie reside in individual you’re in luck, the Toronto singer is presently on her “Being Human On Tour”, which you should purchase tickets for proper right here.
1. Saint Nobody
2. Apple Juice
four. F*** Being Friends
5. Dear Yessie
7. Body Count (feat. Normani & Kehlani) [Remix]
Dave East Smokes Good & Hugs A Puppy In "Yes Indeed (East Mix)" Video
East’s remix will get the video therapy.
Dave East hopped on Drake and Lil Baby’s “Yes Indeed” simply two weeks in the past, and now he is introduced visuals alongside as nicely. East retains it easy within the video for his freestyle remix, opting to stay to 1 location. The total video seems to be shot in and round a stunning residence tucked away within the suburbs.
East tosses racks from a balcony, smokes on some fuel, and dances round a driveway whereas holding a pet within the video. Dressed in a child blue outfit whereas greedy a bottle of Luc Belaire Gold, East continues his lyrical assault whereas retaining one hand occupied with the lovable pup.
Okay Camp Drops Off New Video For "Nonchalant"
Okay Camp drops off a brand new video for his tackle 6LACK’s “Nonchalant” file.
Back in July, ATL crooner Okay Camp launched a 5-song mission referred to as This For You, which featured a remix to 6LACK’s East Alanta Love Letter single “Nonchalant,” and now right this moment he’s again with its official video.
Shot in first particular person view, the video follows a star (presumably a portrayal of Okay Camp’s life) all through a traditional day in a single’s life. From waking up & enjoying 2K with the homies to cruising within the white corvette & choosing up chicks, Okay Camp delivers a novel perspective on his life on this Jerrrell Lamar & Caleb Seales-directed clip (above). It follows up his newest launch “B.A.G.”
Check it out and tell us what you suppose.
Lil Durk Releases New Video For "No Auto Durk"
Check out Lil Durk’s new video for “No Auto Durk.”
Lil Durk is coming off the discharge of a brand new tune a pair weeks in the past known as “No Auto Durk,” which noticed him tackling G Herbo’s Humble Beast 2 lower “Never Cared,” and now immediately he’s again with its official video.
The minimalistic video finds Durk posted up in a darkish & foggy warehouse backed by an industrial fan & crimson gentle on this Rio Productions-directed clip above. It follows up his newest video for “Spin The Block” with Future. Check it out and tell us what you assume.
Look for Signed To The Streets three to be coming quickly.
Rick Ross & Omelly Team Up For The "Gummo (Remix)" Music Video
Rick Ross & Omelly deliver the new visuals for their “GUMMO (Remix).”
Pi’erre Bourne snapped on the production for “GUMMO” which ultimately resulted in several remixes and freestyles being released. One remix that particularly stood out was Rick Ross and Omelly’s flip of 6ix9ine’s breakthrough anthem. At the time it was released, Meek was behind bars and there are several calls for the rapper’s release. Unfortunately, the song’s production felt like it would be perfectly fit for Meek Mill’s loud vocals but it doesn’t look like we’ll get a remix from him. Today, Omelly and Rick Ross come through with the official video for their remix.
Rick Ross and Omelly have the streets on lock for their “GUMMO (Remix)” video. The video opens up with several of their associates honing into their inner-Meek Mill and riding through the streets on ATV’s while popping wheelies. The video was Directed by Inferno Productions who recently worked with Freeway on his “Intro” video.
The release of the new video could be a sign that Rick Ross is finally nearing the release of Port Of Miami II. Over the past few weeks, Rozay fueled speculations regarding its releasing by announcing a pre-launch party for the album. Last week marked the 12th year anniversary of his debut album and he revealed that he’s putting the final touched on the sequel. Let’s hope it arrives before the end of the year.
ASAP Rocky & Skepta – Praise The Lord (CRVE U & SKUM Remix)
On an average day, you wouldn’t catch me listening to ASAP Rocky. But, you might definitely find me listening to Skepta. Because of that, I’m familiar with the two’s collaboration “Praise The Lord,” and have had the pleasure of finding this new remix courtesy of CRVE U and SKUM.
The two smartly keep in the iconic flutes from the original, but vary up the production from what was once a very, very simple loop into a more progressive trap tune. Of course, this has a lot to do with the build/drop structure of dance music versus the emphasis on bars and verses in hip hop, but that doesn’t make it any less enjoyable.
The drop manages to put a bit of an Eastern spin on the mix, which you wouldn’t really see coming having listened to just the original. It’s calm and serene as well as energetic and boisterous. All in all, it’s a wonderfully executed remix – it will be most interesting to see how it fits into live sets.
Check it out below.
Jay-Z & Beyoncé's "Everything Is Love" Gets The Chopped Not Slopped Treatment
In the middle of June, Jay-Z and Beyonce teamed up to deliver their surprise album, Everything Is Love. For years, there’s been rumors of a joint project between the couple but neither of them actually confirmed this would come into fruition. The project came as a way to conclude the trilogy of Jay-Z’s 4:44 and Beyoncé’s Lemonade. Today, Everything Is Love gets chopped not slopped by the Chopstars.
OG Ron C, DJ Slim K and DJ Candlestick link up to bring their signature sound to Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s Everything Is Love. The Chopstars previously gave the chopped not slopped treatment to both Jay-Z and Beyonce’s last solo albums so it only made sense that they joined forces to do the same to Everything Is Love.
It’s another solid job by The Chopstars. Peep the chopped not slopped version of Everything Is Love below.
Don Diablo Drops Thrilling One-Off Remix for Martin Garrix
A week after Ocean Remixes Vol 2 and three weeks after Vol 1, Don Diablo has released his own remix of the pop collaboration between Martin Garrix and Khalid unencumbered by any other artists.
Don Diablo’s “Ocean” remix is pretty much exactly what you’d expect from the Dutch DJ: lots of the same future house synths and rhythm used in a lot of his other tracks. It’s a well-produced track by anyone’s barometer, but it lacks a lot of originality that Don was known for in years past. He’s seemingly found himself in a groove that he can’t escape – and for people who like that sound, it’s awesome. For those of us who perhaps want something new after the third or fourth track, it’s just a tad disappointing.
Don Diablo’s remix of “Ocean” is out now – check it out below.