Daily Archives: January 31, 2018

JMSN: So Badly (Audio)

JMSN has started 2018 with a new single titled “So Badly” and he handles all duties except for the drums, piano and strings. He has not revealed the context for “So Badly” but it is the first new song from him since 2017’s Whatever Makes U Happy.

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PRhyme: Era Featuring Dave East


DJ Premier and Royce Da 5′ 9″‘s PRhyme 2 has a tentative release date of March 16th but the first single,  “Era” featuring Dave East is out now. DJ Premier’s ’80s-styled beats comfort East’s laments about being born at the wrong time for his love of the boom bap. The excitement of “Era” is creating pressure for the duo to release the new album as soon as possible.


Suzi Analogue Releases Video For NRG NRG

Suzi Analogue’s video for “NRG NRG” is a swift array of images reflecting her time in New York City. “NRG NRG” is from Analogue’s  instrumental Zonez V.1 album and she explained the idea behind the video to The Fader:

“The visuals, a collaboration with artist WAXO, are my way of showing some of the electric world my sounds live in and how that energy becomes a real thing people can feel. It carries the energy of NYC, I made it when living in the city. The song is literally a call for us all to tap into energy that motivate us to do what we need to in order to live great, thing big, imagine big – don’t be stagnant, push everything forward – we need that right now – now more than ever.”




Kali Uchis: After The Storm Feat. Tyler The Creator & Bootsy Collins Official Video

Nadia Lee Cohen directs Kali Uchis, Tyler The Creator and Bootsy Collins inside a surreal landscape for the “After The Storm” video. There are pastel colors and talking cereal boxes in the fast-paced clip. Kali Uchis is currently touring with Lana Del Rey through the spring and she is performing at Coachella.


Rapture: Netflix Hip-Hop Documentary Trailer

Rapture is an eight-part documentary about hip-hop from Netflix. Nas, Rapsody, T.I. and 2Chainz are some of the rappers who appear and talk about their work. Sacha Jenkins is the director of the series that will air on March 30th.