KickRaux & Ras Kwame feat. Ayo Jay, Demarco, Doctor & Tyga – Feelin U

Yellow Claw – Invitation feat. Yade Lauren (Original Mix)

Yellow Claw feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Tyga & DJ Mustard “In My Room” Video

At the end of last week, Dutch EDM trio Yellow Claw made a big entry into the hip-hop world by teaming up with three of L.A.’s hottest acts, DJ Mustard, Ty Dolla $ign, and Tyga, for a new single, “In My Room.” And everyone has already gathered in L.A. for the new video, which shows a fittingly rowdy atmosphere to the definitively West Coast electro-house banger.

Bryan J ft. 2 Chainz – ‘Back 2 Back’

R&B Recording artist BRYAN J has released his first official single since the abandoned 2013 single, ‘Caught Up’ featuring Tyga – entitled, ‘Back 2 Back’ featuring 2 Chainz. The two Atlanta-bred artists unite on what is slated to be a potential hit crafted by hit producer Tricky Stewart, and co-written by Kevin Cossom.

Tricky Stewart, known for songs like Beyonce’s ‘Single Ladies’, Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’, and The Dream’s ‘That’s My Shit’, has another one to add to the list. ‘Back 2 Back’ has all the makings of a smash with Bryan’s falsetto, over the hard-hitting track.

Bryan first gained notoriety from the 2010 hit ‘Let Me Take You Out’ featuring Travis Porter. The song went Gold, hit almost 10 million views on Youtube, and has over 1.5 million streams on Spotify. Since then: false starts, several changes in management, the losing and gaining of record deals, and relocating to Los Angeles has hindered releasing music – until now.

Bryan took a step back from the industry, while preparing for this day and his upcoming project entitled “JUMP…”

“JUMP… has nothing to do with music but everything to do with me finding myself. The music was the gift through trial and error of being afraid to jump when I should’ve.”

Bryan, who recently signed to Wilhelmina Models, is also doing a $10,000.00 (ten thousand) contest to find out who can create the best Instagram or Vine to ‘Back 2 Back’. Anyone can enter: simply use the hash tag #back2back, and create an Instagram video or Vine of any kind with Bryan’s song ‘Back 2 Back playing for the duration of the video. The contest will begin July 20th, and the person with the best video will win $10k. For official rules, visit BryanJWorld.com, Facebook.com/Bryanjmusic, Bryanjmusic.tumblr.com, Twitter.com/Bryanjmusic, or Soundcloud.com/Bryanjworld

Bryan J ft. 2 Chainz – ‘Back 2 Back’

R&B Recording artist BRYAN J has released his first official single since the abandoned 2013 single, ‘Caught Up’ featuring Tyga – entitled, ‘Back 2 Back’ featuring 2 Chainz. The two Atlanta-bred artists unite on what is slated to be a potential hit crafted by hit producer Tricky Stewart, and co-written by Kevin Cossom.

Tricky Stewart, known for songs like Beyonce’s ‘Single Ladies’, Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’, and The Dream’s ‘That’s My Shit’, has another one to add to the list. ‘Back 2 Back’ has all the makings of a smash with Bryan’s falsetto, over the hard-hitting track.

Bryan first gained notoriety from the 2010 hit ‘Let Me Take You Out’ featuring Travis Porter. The song went Gold, hit almost 10 million views on Youtube, and has over 1.5 million streams on Spotify. Since then: false starts, several changes in management, the losing and gaining of record deals, and relocating to Los Angeles has hindered releasing music – until now.

Bryan took a step back from the industry, while preparing for this day and his upcoming project entitled “JUMP…”

“JUMP… has nothing to do with music but everything to do with me finding myself. The music was the gift through trial and error of being afraid to jump when I should’ve.”

Bryan, who recently signed to Wilhelmina Models, is also doing a $10,000.00 (ten thousand) contest to find out who can create the best Instagram or Vine to ‘Back 2 Back’. Anyone can enter: simply use the hash tag #back2back, and create an Instagram video or Vine of any kind with Bryan’s song ‘Back 2 Back playing for the duration of the video. The contest will begin July 20th, and the person with the best video will win $10k. For official rules, visit BryanJWorld.com, Facebook.com/Bryanjmusic, Bryanjmusic.tumblr.com, Twitter.com/Bryanjmusic, or Soundcloud.com/Bryanjworld

PHILLY SWAIN FT. YG & CHRISTINA MILIAN – SLOW DOWN

With cuts across albums from Travis Scott, Nick Minaj, Tyga and Christina Milian, artist collabs with T-Pain and Grand Theft, a multitude of rap battle championship titles and a role in the forthcoming movie Straight Outta Compton (produced by Dr. Dre and Ice Cube), Philadelphia’s Philly Swain has been proclaimed the music industry’s “One To Watch” and the ultimate four star threat – rapper, music producer, songwriter and actor.
Today Philly Swain releases Slow Down, a meditation on using alcohol as an emotional crutch, featuring Christina Milian and YG. “Slow Down was written about about people who drink because of emotional problems and how it leads to chaos, belligerence, even drunk driving. The message of the song is to enjoy the moment, just slow down” – Philly Swain.

With some very exciting collaborations in the bag, watch out for a full length album from Philly Swain towards the end of the year.

The Americanos – BlackOut ft. Lil Jon, Juicy J & Tyga

HAVANA BROWN & KRONIC ‘BULLET BLOWZ’

Just before his absolute ‘Beast’ of a track with Lil Jon and Senor Roar drops, Beatport-topping Australian EDM DJ/producer Kronic gets busy in the studio with fellow Down Under native Havana Brown on upcoming single ‘Bullet Blowz’. The pair delivers a juggernaut of an anthem perfectly timed for the international festival season, premiered exclusively this week via global music behemoth MTV.

Thundering electronic notes, driving snare slaps, basslines that threaten to induce sickness and Havana’s vocals spitting across the top saxophone lines of the track; this is big room, big arena, big event, big everything.

With an undisputed knack for working with the world’s hottest producers – four Billboard Dance and Club Play Chart #1s under her belt, her collaboration with Pitbull ‘We Run The Night’ smashing its way to platinum status in the US and RedOne, R3hab, Luciana, Nick Clow and more credited on her album ‘Flashing Lights’ – Havana Brown knows a hit when she hears one more than most. After his own success on the Billboard charts producing the Lil Jon and Tyga hit ‘Bend Ova’ and upcoming collaborations with Chris Brown and Justin Bieber, Havana was more than keen to work with Kronic.

“Kronic and I have been friends since the start of our careers when we both lived in Melbourne,” Brown said. “I’ve always been a fan of the character and energy of his music, and after he remixed my single ‘Warrior’ I knew we had to collaborate on something original. The hard part was finding a time when we were in the same city together for more than couple of hours!”
Kronic himself is still riding high after his latest track ‘Vamonos’ – a collaboration with Dirty Dutch King Chuckie and Krunk – made its way around the global dance floor circuit, catching the attention of Guetta, Dada Life, Showtek, W&W, Laidback Luke, Henry Fong, Radio 1’s Danny Howard and more.

Now with ‘Bullet Blowz’ ready to hit the download charts and ‘Beast’ receiving its first official play at Ultra Miami courtesy of MAKJ, the rising Antipodean star is beginning to make serious waves into the lucrative and hotly contested Stateside market.

Freaky Bass & The Hi-Yahs Give Lil Jon’s ‘Bend Ova’ A Drastic Rework

Freaky Bass and The Hi-Yahs are giving away their outstanding remix of Lil Jon’s ‘Bend Ova (Ft. Tyga’) as a free download. This is a massive collaboration between two heavyweights whose names have been at the crown of the electronic music world for the last few years.

French DJ and producer Mathieu Carmona, better known as Freaky Bass has tracks signed to some of the world’s biggest labels, including: Dim Mak Records, Sony Music, Vicious Recordings, Cloud 9 Dance, and DJ Center. Moreover with his unique style, Freaky Bass has managed to gain the support of top DJs such as: Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Lil Jon, Steve Aoki, R3hab, Yves-V, Tony Romera, DJs From Mars, DJ Bl3nd, and Sandro Silva amongst others. Mentored by MC Ambush, the Lyon based talent has managed to reach success in little time, having his hit single ‘Floss’ featured on Beatport’s ‘Top 50 Electro House Chart’ in late 2014. Apart from his production abilities, Freaky Bass has also displayed his DJing skills at several top European clubs and festivals, playing alongside big names such as: Joachim Garraud, Chuckie, Swanky Tunes, Quintino, GlowinTheDark, Gregori Klosman and Crookers.

On the other hand, the other half of this collaboration, The Hi-Yahs, is also in possession of a rich resume. The Dallas based DJ and producer is supported by EDM superstars like: Tiesto, Diplo, Foreign Beggars, Bro Safari, Pretty Lights, and numerous others. Working within a wide range of electronic music genres, The Hi-Yahs has signed deals with prime labels such as: Mad Decent, Brooklyn Fire, and Always Never. His mad production skills have landed him collaborations with: Waka Flocka, Gorilla Joe, and Pearls Negra, apart from press features on: Rolling Stone, Thump, and DJZ.com amongst others. His success has also been extended to his DJing career, having played major festivals including: Camp Bisco, SXSW, Never Say Never, South X So-What, Lights All Night, Unsilent Night, and Dancefestopia, apart from opening for EDM elites, such as: DeadMau5, Kaskade, Hardwell, Zedd, Chris Lake, Excision, PeaceTreaty, Kill The Noise, Tommy Lee and Dj Aero, Alvin Risk, Big Chocolate, Hot Pink Delorean, Fareoh, Big Sean, Na-Palm, Shwayze and Cisco.

Ingrained into the Electro and Trap genres, Freaky Bass’ & The Hi-Yahs’ remix of ‘Bend Ova’ is surely another step towards continuing their development within the electronic music realm. The remix builds upon the hard groove established in the original, whilst introducing diverse elements that give it a spicy twist. Whilst keeping hold of Tyga’s vocals, the duo makes use of a left field, ethnic-sounding synth melody as an accompaniment. The single takes an upward lift, with processed, rhythmic vocals making way to the no-nonsense, heavy-filtered Trap-infused section. A sudden halt creates anticipation for a cut-time, Hip Hop inspired tract, which heads towards another ascension leading to a colossal dirty-synth and deep bass driven chorus. The wide array of distorted, ripping effects utilised within this remix, add another layer of colour to the single, displaying Freaky Bass’ and The Hi-Yahs’ versatility and complex sound palette. A four-on-the-floor drum rhythm with typical Trap snare patterns offers the foundation to the phasing deep-bass pattern to close the track with a bang,

Liz – Don’t Say (feat. Tyga) (Beshken Remix)