T2 THE GHETTO HIPPIE – “LET GO” (ft. Kam Franklin of The Suffers) // Feel-good hip-hop/pop

Who was the last stranger who made you smile? Turning some preconceived notions about hip-hop and rappers on their ear, T2 “The Ghetto Hippie” took to the streets of H-Town to slang positivity. This is the video for “Let Go,” T2’s newest single with the indomitable Kam Franklin of The Suffers. Preaching a message of letting go of the little things you cannot control and allowing respite for oneself, T2 gives us a little reminder of humanity. This one’s a must-share with friends and family who might need the positivity themselves.

Plenty more on the way from T2 in 2017 — stay tuned!

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Sebjak ‘Feel You’

Having watched the rise of his fellow countrymen, Sebastian Jak set out to become the next success story in Sweden’s already impressive dance music history.

The rising star known as Sebjak is breaking into the scene in a big way, and his new track “Feel You,” forthcoming on Ultra Music, is poised to take him to the next level. This track comes hot on the heels of his hit collaborative track with the talented Mike Hawkins, “Let’s Go,” which was released this September on Ultra Music. This was the duo’s first release since their last 2012 smash hit “Ghost.”

“Let’s Go” keeps the energy levels high with skilfully produced builds, pumping bass and heavy drops, and Sebjak’s new track is no exception. “Feel You” is guaranteed to be a huge club anthem, rounding out of the end of 2013 and bringing in the new year.

Bursting onto the scene in 2006, Sebjak immediately pricked the ears of the likes of Steve Angello, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso with his fresh and energetic approach to production. Sebjak was soon after asked to remix for the world-acclaimed Size Records with fellow producer AN21, and his stock rose immediately. Following this it’s no surprise that Sebjak began to pull in the attention from the biggest DJs and producers in the world.

After rising to fame with his collaborations “Liceu” and “Kemi” with Marcus Schossow, Sebjak’s fan base has grown rapidly and his supporters are eagerly awaiting this new release. Sebjak’s recent works have been affiliated with popular dance labels such as Mixmash, Spinnin’ and Positiva, and of course Ultra Music.