New music arrives from Mick Jenkins-“The Artful Dodger”

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Mick Jenkins. Photo by Jesse Wiles

Debut album coming soon.

For his latest release Mick Jenkins hops on some wild production from BadBadNotGood, WeThemPeople and Kaytranada. Mick has cooked up some serious heat from all three of these producers and “The Artful Dodger” is no exception. Check out the single below.

Written by Jesse Wiles

 

Chuck Inglish and Blended Babies are EV Zepplin

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As a part of their upcoming album together as EV Zepplin, Chuck Inglish and Blended Babies release “Chemdream” ft. Aston Mathews. Blended Babies deliver their typical well-crafted production and Chuck Inglish and Aston Mathews do the rest. This single has me excited to see what else EV Zepplin will have in store for their April 29 album release. Check out “Chemdream” below.

Written by Asa Hatten

Moxie Raia Works With Some Big Names on Her Latest Mixtape ‘931’

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New Jersey singer, Moxie Raia, showcases her smooth voice on her latest mixtape 931. With some pretty big features from Pusha T, Post Malone, and Goldlink, Moxie Raia makes a statement with her debut mixtape. Her career with Capitol Records looks promising. See for yourself, check out 931 below.

Written by Asa Hatten

Mall Grab flips Kanye’s “Father Stretch My Hands” into a dance floor hit

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Mall Grab’s rework of Kanye West’s “Father Stretch My Hands” is a perfect display of quality contemporary house music. The Australian producer takes the best parts of Kanye’s track and turns it into a head bobbing, dance floor frenzied single that you’ve gotta love. Check it out below and be sure to check out Mall Grab’s Soundcloud catalogue as well.

Written by Jesse Wiles

Larry Fisherman (Mac Miller) pays tribute to Phife Dawg

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I was deeply saddened this morning when I woke up and heard that Phife Dawg had passed away. Phife was one of the founding members of the  hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest. Tribe was one of the biggest reasons I got into hip hop. I remember the first time I heard them was when I was 12 in the Grand Canyon. One of the rafting guides was showing me his music on his iPod and put on Midnight Marauders. I listened to the entire album all the way through right then and there and then continued through their complete discography. Without A Tribe Called Quest the genre of hip hop would undoubtedly be vastly different than what it is today. And without Phife Dawg, there would be no Tribe Called Quest. That being said, Larry Fisherman, Mac Miller’s alter ego, made a beautiful tribute to the late, great Phife. You can listen to the song below.

Written by Jesse Wiles