“Tunji Ige – Day2Day x The Ex Song
(King Faro Chopped Mix)”
Among the few artist next to blow, Tunji Ige might be on the top of that list. His most recent tracks “Day2Day” and “The Ex Song” have made some noise in the industry and of course the multi-talkented King Faro had to add his touch to the records. With this mash up of the two, Faro proceeds to slow down and chop up both of the records, giving us a more laid back feeling. If you haven’t heard it yet, check it out!
Trey “Trigga” Songz and Chris “Breezy” Brown combine their talents on a slick remix of Schoolboy Q’s popular song “Studio.” Give it a listen up top and let us know what you think in the comment section below.
“Will EQ – Ctrl Alt Delete”
(Prod. by Pyschonautz)
Have you ever hit a moment in your life where things didn’t feel the way they used to and you just felt like you had to erase it all and start over? Atlanta native Will EQ presses the reset button on everything and breaks ground with the release of his new single “Ctrl Alt Delete”, a track that he calls “the introduction of a new movement”. With Pyschonautzproviding a bass-less, sample heavy instrumental for Will to vent on, the Georgia emcee kicks big rocks in the form of knowledge and asks life’s deep questions while making even bolder statements. This track is slated to live on his upcoming mixtape “Social Insecurity 1.5: Rise Of The Machine”. which is scheduled to drop at the end of October leading into his new album “Seven Day Weekend” at the top of 2015.
With South Tampa’s music scene silently on the rise, one female artist stands out from the crowd. OG Layla Johnson. If you’re familiar with her musical influences, it should come as no surprise that she picked a 90’s inspired record for her newest single. Layla perfectly utilizes Craig Mack‘s classic “Flava In Ya Ear” instrumental to ride over and let the men out here know that she isn’t the one to play with.
Will Smith’s 16-year-old son Jaden released a song on Soundcloud Monday night called “Blue Ocean.”
It takes its inspiration – and sample – form Justin Timberlake’s “Blue Ocean Floor,” the closing track on his first edition of “The 20/20 Experience” album.
Jaden’s lyrics start out spinning a tale about meeting a girl and her coke dealer at Coachella – and then it weaves in and out of such lines as, “I fell in the crease of reality and bled on my fleece.”