Posts Tagged ‘download’
I’ll never forget when my friend Shelley got me out to one of their first shows and we proceeded to dance our asses off. 2AM Club has the kind of fun that I always want to have. It’s refreshing to see a new band not take themselves too seriously and serve up such a dope soundtrack for the good times. Check it out below and download it here.
I appreciate you giving me the time I needed to grow, experiment, and find the direction for my 2nd album.. And I have. Along the way I’ve recorded at least 4 albums worth of material, lots of it being unfinished demo versions waiting to be polished up, some of them are great songs and important stories that just won’t make the album (either they don’t fit Sonically, don’t fit Theme, or there’s just not enough space) .
Tonight, I want to give you a few of these songs because you deserve them. It’s hard as fuck for me to keep all this music from you for so long, so I know it’s been hard for you to wait. Thank you for your patience. Vibe out to these songs in their raw form, no polish.. just a lot of my soul..
The wait is over.
Download it here.
An incredible R&B interpretation of Kendrick Lamar’s song and the video marks a solid directorial debut by my homie JL Brown. One take vids are hard to pull off without the help of elaborate choreography, effects or a stunning location, all of which JL didn’t have the luxury of. What he did have was Mateo as raw as I’ve seen him in front of the camera. Simple is brilliant sometimes. Download it here.
While everyone seems to be talking about Justin Timberlakes new music, I’m way more excited about this. This collective’s been delivering an interesting variety of soul music for a few years now and all their releases have a delicious vibe. Anchored by the music of No I.D. and the vocals of James Fauntleroy with appearances by Common and Jhené Aiko. Download it here.
Heard this gem on Broke Mogul and it’s been on repeat since.
Kendrick tweeted out his appreciation about the support for his album good kid, m.A.A.d city which sold 241,000 copies in it’s first week, landing him in 2nd on the Billboard chart behind Taylor Swift. What better way to celebrate than by recording this song with J. Cole and Canei Finch on the beat then sharing it with us.
Only weeks after releasing his album God Forgives I Don’t, the boss of MMG offers up even more street music. Rozay felt like adding verses on some of his favorite songs from other rappers so this is a mixtape in the traditional sense. It also features new verses by Drake, 2 Chainz, Gunplay, Rockie Fresh, and Pharrell.
Download it here.
Colin’s been quiet for 4 years but thankfully he’s reemerging now. Nobody makes music quite like Mr. Munroe, it’s soulful and extremely fresh. He’s brought along some interesting co-stars for this free album too. Unsung Hero features talent like Kendrick Lamar, RZA and Pusha T. Catch his video for the 1st track off it below and download Unsung Hero here.