Daes & Times is the official debut album from the Boston bred rapper One Dae. After diving head first into New York’s battle scene of the late ‘90s, Dae made an instant splash after squaring off with Mos Def, landing him a write-up in The Source Magazine, titled “The Death of Battle Rap.” Since then, the fiery emcee has made Brooklyn his home and has toured the world over, making music under his terms, without compromise. Without further adieu, hit the jump for the album stream and buy-links…
Juakali released his second album, “Feathers Too Bright” via Foreign Familiar and here’s his first single, “Bad Mofo.” Fusing hip hop, reggae, electronica, and drum music wasn’t enough so Juakali added animal calls in this one.
He also released a free mixtape using the same name as the album, which you can listen to here.
Following up the release of his EP and a headlining tour, Active Child is releasing another remix of “Subtle (Ft. Mikky Ekko) by D33J.
If you aren’t familiar yet, D33J is a part of the Wedidit Collective alongside Ryan Hemsworth, Groundislava, Shlohmo and RL Grime. D33J just released a mix for Diplo & Friends which you can listen to below.
If you’re feeling like indulging your musical palette today would be a good day to do so – the vinyl release of [a]pendics.shuffle‘s “Something In The Way” mix from his Kenneth James Gibson album “Delusional Tales and Non-Silence” (Culprit)!
The 14 minute long track flawlessly combines percussive house, jazz and the ever elusive oriental leitmotif; perfectly contrasting Kelly Johnston’s and Kenneth’s own vocals to create a fresh and unique sonic experience that thumps like no other. The vinyl also features a remix by Berlin’s Bruno Pronsato who puts a slightly darker, later-into-the-night twist for those so inclined.