Sly5thAve and The ClubCasa Chamber Orchestra redid the instrumental to Kendrick Lamar’s Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe. If you aren’t familiar with Sly5thAve, he’s the sax player for The Recess, TheClubhouse and also Prince’s band.
After dropping the EP late last summer, denitia and sene are back at it again; this time with a full-fledged collaborative effort. Seven new tracks round out the LP which dropped on 19th, rightfully titled, "his and hers." Being a big fan of the EP, this project was definitely a long awaited one. Right off the bat, the album starts off with seven tracks produced by Sene (with some post-production and instrumentation help provided by Jay Jennings, Sly5thave and Cooper Heffley). The promise of head bopping production is not lost on this one and denitia starts right where she left off, serenading the crap out of you with her smooth voice.The standout tracks to check out are casanova., again. (new ride.), trip.fall. and the three original tracks from the EP (she's not the only one., how to satisfy., and blah blah blah.). This is honestly one of the best projects of 2013 thus far and I strongly encourage all of you to take a listen to the stream below and if you like it, support your independent artists and pick up their LP via iTunes.
Brooklyn’s own Sene is preparing to release his album “brooklyknight.” on April 24th. This album pairs him up with LA based indie label, Plug Research, responsible for releasing music from Bilal, Exile, Shafiq Husayn, Sonnymoon and others. Sene prides himself on being the only rapper signed to the label. The album features Blu, Co$$, Scienze, Jay Jennings and others and is produced by J57, Fonetik Simbol, No Games, and more.
In support of the April 24th album release date, Sene, Pace Rivers and Aaronisnotcool present a video short to the album. Check out Sene’s words below as he explains:
“We made a decision to approach the visuals for this album carefully. It wasn’t the kind of album that warranted music video after …