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Azealia Banks Debuts New Song Anna Wintour

Azealia Banks’s “Anna Wintour” song is the first official single from her upcoming Fantasea II album. She explained in an Instagram post that the house song produced by DJ legend Junior Vasquez was inspired by her self-discovery. She also wrote that Anna Wintour, the longtime editor of Vogue, is someone she can relate to because of her journey in the world as a powerful woman. The mercurial artist told Ebro Darden that Fantasea II should be released by July but she is keeping fans alert with this new song and the recent release of the song “Moving On Up” and the video for “SODA.” 

Anna Wintour – Press Shot . : I wrote this song about finding myself and finding God. Not at all specific to any religion, this song was written to embody the feeling felt when you connect with the universe. Sometime we feel afraid to take chances that will bring us out of our comfort zone’s and it’s always in those moments that God finds you and let’s you know that you are exactly in the right place .. at the right time. I am and have been since the age of 12, very inspired by @stacieorrico’s work on her self-titled debut (also executive produced by @harveymasonjr). Her ability to craft songs which teeter along the lines of Gospel/Christian Pop/Pop , is something that inspires me so much. My choice to name this song “Anna Wintour” is telling; I relate to Anna Wintour So much as a strong, powerful and larger than life soul in a petite, tidy and feminine body. While others may see Anna as intimidating , I see a woman who was born into this world with an absolute certainty about her place in it. She is a master of the life path number 11. A woman with an abundance of personal power who influences and defines the world around her. In my case, having such power can lead to self-indulgences. Meaning, i can become so consumed with a power and an ability to affect the world, that I may have forgotten or in fact – may have never learned to use my power to influence and define myself! This song is one of praise, liberation… as well as a kunty stunt. I pray you all have as much fun listening to it as I had creating it. Artist: Azealia Banks Genre: Dance/Pop/Hip-Hop Produced by : @juniorsanchezofficial Executive production: @harveymasonjr Engineer: Andrew Hey and Paul Falcone Performed by: Azealia Amanda Banks p/k/a Azealia Banks. Lyrics: Azealia Banks, Eugenio Sanchez, Dorian Strickland, Kevin James, “Shug”. Management: Azealia Banks A&R: @williamrobillardcole Released via exclusive license to: @eone_music Copyright Azealia Banks 2018.

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Janelle Monáe’s Make Me Feel Gets Two New Remixes

Janelle Monáe continues to create excitement around the upcoming release of her Dirty Computer album. The videos for “Make Me Feel” and “Django Jane” created a happy hysteria and eagerness to hear all of her new music. Today, “Make Me Feel” gets EDM and house remixes courtesy of EDX and Kaskade. Dirty Computer comes out April 27th but until then Monáe wants her fans to be present and dance. 



Seven Davis Jr. Remixes Lion Babe’s Honey Dew

 Seven Davis Jr.’s remix of Lion Babe’s “Honey Dew” is focused on a club atmosphere unlike the relaxed tone of the original. The new version comes right after the duo just released the song’s video. Davis’s production clicks with Lion Babe’s overall vibe and “Honey Dew” gains double status for being an oasis on the dancefloor and sounds for listening everywhere else in its first form. 


Larry Heard To Release New Mr. Fingers Album

Larry Heard who is also known in the house music world as Mr. Fingers has announced a new album titled Cerebral Hemispheres.  It is his first full-length album as Mr. Fingers in almost 25 years. The 18-song album will be released April 13th on Heard’s Alleviated Records. “Electron” is from Cerebral Hemispheres and it is an early preview of the album that is available for pre-order now.


Listen: Stas THEE Boss-Voices Album Stream

Stass THEE Boss just released her Voices album and it is a reinterpretation of the gospel world. She takes sounds from church and reshapes them into songs that almost neatly fall into the landscape of deep house. The mostly instrumental nine songs are contemplative and dance-worthy at the same time.