This weeks #FGF track has been selected and is dedicated to a good friend who’s celebrating her BornDay today. Featuring Hip-Hop pioneers De La Soul, Gorillaz’ “Feel Good Inc.” (a.k.a. “Windmill, Windmill“) was the lead single off the virtual bands sophomore project, “Demon Days“. Happy Friday, World, and have a great weekend!
This record still sounds as good as it did the first time I heard it. Mario’s global smash serves as our #TBT record this week. Penned by Ne-Yo, “Let Me Love You” was the lead single off his 2004 project, “Turning Point“, and was released in November of the same year.
Track 9 off Common’s “Nobody’s Smiling” gets the remix treatment, and the final product doesn’t disappoint.
Asher Roth has finally dropped the third and final part in his “RetroHash” video trilogy. A message from the man himself;
“Pull It” is the third and final chapter in the ‘RetroHash’ journey. Following “Parties at the Disco” (escape) and “Last of the Flohicans” (ego death), “Pull It” represents the transformation. Love may be the only thing that can transform us. It’s important to allow yourself to feel the pain that comes with it. It hurts. So much. But it’s better than going through your life feeling nothing at all. Embrace it. Explore it. This pain will ultimately transform you and with strength and support it will help you grow to become the person you were meant to be.
About a year ago, Soulection’s ESTA. dropped an instrumental called “Beautiful Torture“. Now, the Californian beatsmith has enlisted JMSN to lace the track with some soothing vocals. Stream the track up top, and if you like what you hear, hit up his soundcloud for the free download, as well as more dope music.
After announcing his first single a few weeks back and thus setting the Internet on fire, King Kendrick finally drops the lead single off his highly-anticipated but as-of-yet untitled sophomore project. Keep it locked, as the project is due to drop later this year, I’m sure we can expect a lot more new music from the Compton rapper in the coming weeks.
“i” is not a single. According to Kendrick, it’s a “statement”.
Our very own S-X liberates his collabo with Childish Gambino for our listening pleasure. A few words from the man himself;
I was going to drop this song over a year ago but things stalled so I leaked it. It was supposed to be my first single but whatever, it still can be.