For those of you lucky enough to make the listening session this Wednesday (again, I’m sorry I missed it), you’ll have had the pleasure of listening to Jords’ “Means To An Ends” album in its entirety. Now the time has come for the rest of the World to give it a listen, and Jords, this is an incredible body of work.
I’ve worked with Jords since day one, and seen this guy evolve as an artist. Any change he’s made to his technique has worked in his favour, and I’m sure all you other day ones will agree with me on that. With features from Proton, Thea Gajic, Randy Valentine and Galarga to name a few, listen to “Means To An Ends” below. It’s been a long time coming, homie, and it’s definitely been worth the wait.
Show your support and grab the project off iTunes here.
Our #FGF record of the week comes courtesy of Australian EDM duo Knife Party. Get your Bass face on for this one, folks, you’re gonna need it. Happy Friday, World, and have a great weekend!
Can’t ever get sick of Limp Bizkit’s 2000 project “Chocolate Starfish & The Hot Dog Flavored Water“. Released back in 2001, “Boiler” served as the fifth and final single off the project, and is still one of my all-time favourite records.
With Autumn on the way, the talented James Fauntleroy blesses us with some new music, perfect for the season. Keep it locked for more.
This is perfect to round off your evening. Linking up with Bryson Tiller, check out Breezy’s latest effort, “Keep You In Mind“, up top.
Say what you want about The Game, when it comes to diss tracks, he doesn’t play around. “Pest Control” is his response to Meek Mill’s “OOOUUU” remix, which saw the Philly rapper link up with Omelly and Beanie Sigel (a weak diss track, in my opinion). There’s bound to be more shots fired at each other, but from the sounds of this, Meek’s already lost…again.
L.A. singer/songwriter Goody Grace links up with The Neighbourhood’s Jesse Rutherford and A$AP Ant on his latest effort. In a recent interview with Pigeons & Planes, Goody had this to say of “Memorie$“;
“Memorie$” is a song about how quickly life change…I went from sitting in class in Canada, to California working with my favorite artists within a year.
Give the track a spin up top, and stay tuned for more from Goody Grace.
Our very own KDA links up with Cali songstress Tinashe on his latest offering. With a vibe guaranteed to put you in that “feel good” mood, check out “Just Say” up top, and if you like what to hear, show your support and grab your copy here. Happy Friday, World, and have a great weekend!