Renowned producer NGHTMRE and acclaimed artist Pell join the forces of Bass music and Hip-Hop in their new collaborative ‘Magic Hour’ EP, released on Diplo’s Mad Decent. Featuring two tracks, “Swiss” and “Lights Low,” the EP crosses both genres and moods, combining sensual basslines and provocative lyrics in the bedroom-ready “Lights Low” and then lightening the mood with the feel-good, party-ready vibes of “Swiss.” “Magic Hour” is on trend with the recent movement of fusing bass music and hip-hop, but NGHTMRE and Pell aren’t two that create cookie-cutter music – the tracks are crafted with the sophistication and unique musical soundscapes of artists who are masters at their craft. To take the immersion one step further, NGHTMRE and Pell filmed a two-part music video for the “Magic Hour” EP in Japan, where the vivid scenery of the rural pink moss blooms and the neon lights of Tokyo set a stunning backdrop for the EP’s different styles. Through a lens of vibrant, glowing colors and trippy simulations, the video follows Pell, accompanied by NGHTMRE, through a metaphorical transformation to tell the story of ambition, sacrifice, and the duality of life.
NGHTMRE has taken his spot as one of the leading bass producers in the scene through his meticulously earth-shattering productions and equally electrifying live performances. He has been ubiquitous for the past several years through a slew of successful releases, from 2015’s instant hit “Gud Vibrations” to his recent “Another Dimension” collaboration with Dillon Francis. NGHTMRE has been on fire in 2018 thus far, with a massive remix of Flosstradamus’s “MVP”, a mainstage performance at the iconic EDC Las Vegas, and an Asia tour including EDC China, EDC Japan, and Creamfields Beijing.
While NGHTMRE has been a household name in the electronic music world, Pell has been rising in another circuit. When he was displaced by Hurricane Katrina at just fourteen years old, all Pell had to hold on to was the New Orleans-style music he had grown up with. This love quickly translated into a blossoming career; his independently released “Floating While Dreaming” put him on the grid with rave reviews. From there on, Pell continued to delight and impress with releases such as “girasoul”, his most recent, establishing himself as a leading artist in rap and experimental music.
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Up-And-Coming Rapper Quoaxxi Drops His First Proper Single, “Time Tick”
Quoaxxi pronounced as (Qwaa-Skeee) may not be a world-renowned rapper yet. Nevertheless, I must admit he has the potential to go far with his quick-witted rhymes. In fact, this has become pretty clear in his debut single “Time Tick”. Of course, lyrics are explicit but it still deserves your attention. Strangely enough, more and more ladies love to twerk to its infectious/hypnotic beats. The unsigned artist has just started his career but he knows how to excite us for his future releases. Moreover, his flow is not boring at all. Delivering menacing narratives about lies, fake girls and relationship drama, he also showcases brass confidence like the great ones did it in the past.
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Beav Demonstrates He’s Really Good At Rapping In “Guns” Music Video
Hailing from Charleston, Missouri, Beav‘s “Guns” walks the line of Dark Hip-Hop complemented by an aggressive rapping style. Not all urban artists have the ability to tell personal stories and convert them into interesting tracks like himself. With brutally honest and confident lyrics, he isn’t afraid to speak the truth about the gun violence problem in America. For instance, he raises his voice in protest against gun-related deaths, and crimes. In the video, Beav showcases the tensions between his community and police. Among other things, it’s a critique of his own reality.
Apart from that, the simple sound design is based on awesome electronic beats and an easily digestible melodic loop. This tune is featured on his debut album ‘Politically Incorrect’, produced by All Purpose Entertainment. Naturally, many music critics have praised his work due to his agile rhymes. No less should be expected as this fresh material has been supported by Grammy-winning artists from the very beginning.
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“Warning”, Talè Blends Hip-Hop, Dancehall & Afrobeats Like No Other!
“Warning” proves Talè is an artist who seeks originality first and foremost. I make this distinction because he incredibly blends different styles. The Zambian artist who resides in the UK opts for mixing Hip-Hop, Dancehall & Afrobeats melodies, delivering a song with a hybrid feel to it. So, you have to be ready to embrace a new genre of his own. As a result, the best word to describe “Warning” is “addictive”. Surprisingly, he employs auto-tune vocals that sound comforting to the ears. Besides that, he shapes a narrative with a touch of sensuality. Therefore, it’s a slow-burner that belongs more to the bedroom than to the street. Enjoy it!
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Adam Noah Raps From The Heart In New “Blaze” Video
All eyes are on Adam Noah, an up-and-coming independent artist from The Bronx, NYC. Recently, he uploaded the music video for “Blaze”, where he can be seen performing in the solitude of his bedroom. Unquestionably, this fresh talent raps from the heart, as his verses revolve around the final days of his mother’s life. With this in mind, he demonstrates that the urban genre can be as deep and emotional as Ballads. Furthermore, it should be underlined it’s filled with clever wordplay. Plus, lyricism that paints a vivid story capable of reaching out to the listeners. If you like how this track sounds, then you should check out his latest ‘Trajectory’ album via Spotify. The concept carries a special significance as it’s mainly about real-life adversities.
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14-Year-Old Prodigy Rapper IR BankZ Drops An Incredible Touching Sad Song
IR BankZ, a 14-year-old prodigy rapper from The Bronx, NYC specializes in making incredible touching sad songs. When you’re feeling down or going through a messy love life, music can help you cope with depression. Happy beats don’t necessarily work, on the contrary, sometimes we need to hear relatable lyrics that fit with our current mood. For this purpose, the up-and-coming talent drops one of his best singles to date, called “Why You Do This”.
Sincerely, I like the way he busts out rhymes over a soothing piano melody. Moreover, he’s being honest and real while expressing feelings about being betrayed by someone he used to love. In short, it’s a tune that can easily bring tears to your eyes. Stream in full above, this was made for highly emotional people!
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