Produced by The Stereotypes and Far East Movement and taken from Iggy’s long-awaited follow-up to The New Classic titled Digital Distortion. Can the Aussie emcee pull a successful comeback?
Blondie follow up ‘Fun’ with the Blood Orange-penned track titled ‘Long Time’. Pollinator drops 5th May (pre-order here).
Before he drops off his new project Pay Homage (via Four40 Records), Kid D liberates a new EP titled Intuned…you can stream that in full below.
Kendrick Lamar drops a new track ‘The Heart Part 4’. Check it out below.
Hot Chip put a House twist on Katy Perry’s new single ‘Chained To The Rhythm‘. Stream below via Apple Music.
For his latest, the legendary Tricky delivers a new track titled ‘Escape’, which appears on the official soundtrack for Ghost In The Shell (a movie that’s just as visually breaktaking as much as it is culturally appropriating).
Enjoy ‘Escape’ above.
Following up her Number 1 Angel mixtape, Charli XCX links with Mura Masa on the fun track ‘1 Night’. Stream below via Apple Music.
Welp, it’s finally here. Earlier this evening, Drake debuted his new album — a “playlist” project titled More Life — on Apple Music’s Beats 1 via his OVO Sound Radio show. From the looks of things, the Canadian star has redeemed himself to those who were critical of Views…it also looks like he’s still throwing shots as his competition (mainly, Meek Mill).
More Life contains 22 tracks and features appearances from Giggs, Skepta, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Sampha, 2 Chainz, Travis Scott, Quavo, Young Thug (who is on fire right now lyrically) and more. Stream below via Apple Music, Spotify or — gasp! — TIDAL.
For those who don’t know: Richard Russell is a co-founder/owner of XL Recordings; in addition to that, he’s also a pretty decorated producer, having created music with the likes of Gil Scott-Heron, Bobby Womack and Damon Albarn.
Recently, Russell took to his radio show to reveal a new project titled Everything Is Recorded, which will feature appearances from The Internet’s Syd, Mark Ronson, Albarn, Peter Gabriel and more…he also liberated a couple of tracks that he did with Sampha, titled ‘Close But Not Quite’ (54-minute mark) and the aforementioned project’s title track (1:13-minute mark). Check that out and the full stream below.
You can stream Laura Marling’s new genre-bending album below and purchase via iTunes.