At the rate Kendrick’s been ascending in the hip hop ranks, it was only a matter of time that a collaboration like this would happen. They both bring their A games on this remix with plenty of lyrics that will have you hitting the rewind button. Jay usually dominates any song he’s on but Kendrick’s presence is undeniably as strong here.
A bit cryptic? Yep. Awesome anyway? Absolutely. Their album Shrines is out now.
If you’re going to sample James Blake’s The Wilhelm Scream, you better do something dope with it. Lucky for us, Big K.R.I.T. does. A song from his upcoming King Remembered In Time and a great video for it directed by Luke Choi of KRSP.
It’s been 13 years since I started in this business. Vox, MTV, Dance On Sunset, MySpace, Access Hollywood, Duets, The Q Side. It’s been quite a ride.
I’ll never forget my first day hosting TRL, it was like an out of body experience. Thankfully since then I’ve settled into it but what’s never changed is how much I appreciate these moments. There’s still a lot more to do but this highlight reel is definitely a nice reminder of how far I’ve come.
Radiohead lovers rejoice. Thom Yorke dances his ass off in this. The song is on the new album Amok.
My friend Johnny doesn’t hold back any of his awesome eccentricity on this new album The Nothing. Over some very unique sample-free production, he weaves between singing and rapping on a very unpredictable musical experience.
Directed by Colin Solal Cardo.
After seeing how he mashed up Rihanna’s Diamonds and Miguel’s Adorn for a Youtube clip, I was curious how Travis’ original music would be and songs like this don’t disappoint. You can download it on his upcoming EP when it drops later this spring and in the meantime you can download his latest EP, Fashionably Late.