Daily Archives: November 3, 2017

Gary Clark Jr. Covers Come Together For Justice League Soundtrack

Gary Clark Jr. covers The Beatles’ “Come Together” for The Justice League soundtrack. Clark worked with producer Junkie XL on the remake and together they turn the song into an apocalyptic-sounding anthem. Clark is working on his next album to follow-up 2015’s The Story Of Sonny Boy Slim.



Duckwrth follows-up last year’s I’M UUGLY with the I’M XTRA UUGLY mixtape. The 13-song project is produced by Alexander Spit, Kahlil, Harlan Silverman, Channel Tres and Ru AREYOU. Duckwrth describes XTRA UUGLY as being “unapologetically you” and the individual vibe of the music reflects that idea. The music sounds nothing like his peers with influences from Michael Jackson, Nirvana and funk Duckwrth is XTRA UUGLY.


Gabriel Garzón-Montano’s Bombo Fabrica Is Remixed With Little Simz

Gabriel Garzón-Montano and Litte Simz met at a music festival in Japan and quickly develop an admiration for the other’s art. The British rapper heard the instrumental of “Bombo Fabricka” and decided that she had to add her words. “Bombo Fabricka” is from Gabriel Garzón-Montano’s Jardín debut album released this year on Stones Throw.


Kilo Kish Has Interactive Video For Fulfillment

Kilo Kish releases an interactive video for her song “Fulfillment.” Kish directed and conceptualized the video she explains,

“Using the space I had built out from my show at hvw8 gallery I used security cameras to film the performance. I also created a site where you can flip between views and create your own version of the video. The voyeuristic quality of watching security footage of someone alone in a big white box asks the question how do we find and define fulfillment in our digital society.”

The artist is coming off the Life Aquatic Tour she was on with Vince Staples. She had the opportunity to present her live show in 28 cities. Kish is currently working on an exhibition for Art Basel in Miami.



Lil’ Kim Returns With Video For Took Us A Break

Two and a half years after her thrilling performance at the Bad Boy 20 Year Reunion on BET and 10 years after her last album Lil’ Kim has returned with “Took Us A Break.” The video is a black and white party scene with bits of performance art and it ends with Kim sitting in her iconic Hardcore pose. There is no word on when the Queen Bee’s next album will be released but fans are very eager to see the video for her Remy Ma collaboration “Wake Me Up”  which is supposed to be on Remy’s next project.