While in search of his Queen of Hearts, or some would say, KUEENZ of Heart, the King was not very trusting with any of his beautiful possibilities. Once he learned how to trust himself, then and only then, was he able to trust and L O V E Without A Limit.
After signing to Epic Records back in March, Gilbere drops his latest video, which also serves as a trailer for his upcoming mixtape. Spitting fire, this track is starting to get that feeling that his mixtape Pray is gonna be one of those mixtapes everyone looks forward to, just like his previous mixtape Eyes of Veritas. You don’t have to wait long because Pray will be dropping May 15th.
the second instalment of the chill the fuck out mix.
everyone wanna get tun up… this is not that.
music to work to. music to fuck to.
The homies Kyle and TG drop the second instalment of their Very Rare Love mix. Featuring a mix of chilled out music for you to work to, or to fuck to should you choose that. While everyone seems to drop music that you can party too, this is a mix for one of those days where you just wanna chill out instead.
Toronto’s own Dzeko & Torres are definitely in the midst of making 2013 their year. Having already released a collar with standout DJ/Producer Chuckie, that is creeping it’s way up the charts, their next single Hurricane is sure to take things to a new level. Stepping away from a darker, grittier sound, Hurricane gives a smooth progressive house sound that has already been getting support from names like David Guetta. The track officially gets released tomorrow for download but here’s the preview stream.
Eliza Doolittle has made a name for herself in the UK, and a bit in North America, for her brand of catchy, folk-pop songs. Disclosure gets her stepping away from that sound for an electronic love song, who’s video talks about the ups and downs of a relationship. The lyrics become relevant to the video as Eliza sings “home is where the heart is”, while the couple struggles with travelling, currency conversions and budgets.
While out on their Asia tour in Tokyo, The Airplane Boys filmed this all things Japan inspired music video. Brave New World is out now and is a dope mixtape if you haven’t already got it.
With a slight edit to the leaked version, T.I. & friends drop their memories of the past along with visuals. While the track didn’t make T.I.’s Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head, it serves as the lead single off the Hustle Gang’s mixtape G.D.O.D.: The Introduction that drops next week.
I’m a little late on putting out this video from The Remix Project’s international family, CharlieRED. Rocki Evans & Cobaine Ivory will be coming through Toronto on March 3rd for a performance opening up for Melanie Fiona’s first headlining show in her hometown (which you can be I’ll be there, hopefully shooting). The seductive single, off their debut album Religion, shows their views on love and confusion, while taking missteps along the way that lead to the realization of being alone. Head over to iTunes and pick up their album, which is out now.
Iggy teams up with VEVO LIFT UK to drop a stripped down version of her latest single like you’ve never heard Iggy before. The stripped down version of Work gives a different feel for the track and gives a more sophisticated look for Iggy, while still keeping with the feel of the song. For all the guys who like her lap dance in the original video, Iggy Azalea DEFINITELY works that dress she’s in.
Common enlists the rest of his Cocaine 80s collective to help collaborate on his latest track. The soulful track, produced by No I.D., is Common congratulating his friend on his marriage. As the best man, Common goes through the festivities of the day, reminiscing on the past, and holding in his introspective thoughts on the marriage and his life.