After dropping the visuals to the lead single last week, our very own Fabian Secon and 5iveBeatz unleash their collaborative EP in its entirety. The four-track EP showcases the creative chemistry between the two, and the final product doesn’t disappoint. Fabian and 5iveBeatz co-wrote the EP alongside Fabian’s father – the Grammy Award-nominated, multiplatinum-selling songwriter and producer Lucas Secon (the son of American entrepreneur and Nat King Cole songwriter Paul Secon). Fabian explains how he and 5iveBeatz got together;
“5ive and I met online around January 2016. Having a mutual appreciation for each other’s talent, we started working instantly. The vibe was very natural, and we spent a few months experimenting. Our aim for “Until We Meet Again” was to fuse alternative R&B, Pop Rock and Trap elements to create a fresh, progressive body of work. The EP tells the story of a turbulent and troubled relationship, so there are dark emotions that run throughout.”
Give the project a spin below, and if you like what you hear, show your support and grab your copy of “Until We Meet Again” here.
Mobb Deep didn’t just provide us with some of the rawest raps, they also knew how to have a good time. Alongside the late great Nate Dogg, peep the visuals to “Have A Party” up top. Celebrate life, and have a great weekend!
June 20th 2017. This day will forever be remembered as the day the Hip-Hop world lost one of the most iconic MCs to rock the mic. Albert Johnson, better known as Prodigy, was one half of legendary rap duo Mobb Deep. For decades, they provided us with some of the best Gangsta Rap. Even as a solo artist, Prodigy delivered brilliant projects (if you haven’t heard his “H.N.I.C.” trilogy, do yourself a favour and give them a spin). To celebrate his life, we’ve selected some of the duos finest tracks, all of which feature some of the most unforgettable lines from the late MC. Check them out below. R.I.P. Prodigy.
Shook Ones, pt. II (1994)
Survival Of The Fittest (1995)
Front Lines (Hell On Earth) (1996)
Quiet Storm feat. Lil’ Kim (1999)
Hey Luv (Anything) feat. 112 (2002)
Get Away (2002)
Got It Twisted (2004)
After dropping the audio at the top of the week, Pharrell drops the visuals for his second single off the “Despicable Me 3” soundtrack.
Another Summer banger for your listening pleasure. Happy Friday, World, and have a great weekend!
Hard to believe this track is 5 years old! “Latch” served as the lead single off Disclosure’s brilliant debut project, “Settle“, and was released back in October 2012.
Our very own Fabian Secon and 5iveBeatz deliver the visuals for the lead single off their upcoming collaborative EP. with 5iveBeatz’ trap-inspired beat and Fabian’s smooth vocals, the duo have shown that they create art together, and with “Rockstar” being the first, hopefully there will be more to come. Check out the visuals up top, and be sure to grab their “Until We Meet Again” EP, dropping on June 23rd.
After dropping “Yellow Light” at the end of last week, Pharrell drops another track off the “Despicable Me 3” soundtrack. Performed by the legend himself, check out “There’s Something Special” up top.
After premiering on Apple Music back in March, La Flame’s short film finally gets released on YouTube. For those of you who don’t have an Apple Music account and missed it, hit play up top.