Event: Tiesto Club Life College Invasion Tour @ UMASS-Amherst (2/21)

On Thursday night PTB will be heading out to UMass-Amherst to get a dose of club life from the legend Tiesto. He is known as one of the most recognized faces in EDM and also is ranked by Forbes as one of the top 100 highest grossing celebrities. Tiesto has become a global brand that continues to grow along with the increased popularity of the industry. Continued success for this Dutch DJ in 2013 is without a doubt as the future holds endless possibilities in this expanding EDM market. Supporting acts for the event include Quintino and Tommy Trash. Notable northeast stops on the club life college tour include Syracuse, Penn State, Albany and Philly. Tickets are already on sale so make sure to get this ticket while it lasts !!

2/21: UMass-Amherst Tickets [Click Link]

“Slap Me (GRiZ Remix)” by Kill Paris

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 Kill Paris, one of my favorite DJs in the game right now, is set to release his new EP “To a New Earth” on February 26th, featuring three new tracks of his own and a few remixes from Candyland, Gramatik, and GRiZ. OWSLA’s official SoundCloud released the GRiZ remix of “Slap Me” early, and man, it’s getting me real excited for the way this EP is going to sound. It’s funky, glitchy, and in classic GRiZ fashion, probably too infectious to be good for you. Get on this free download quick, and look for the release of the EP soon.

Video: “Home” by Chris Brown

There is no doubt that Chris Brown is an extremely talented human being. He’s fan base seems to stretch all over the world and they love him for his performances. I think with that being said, he’s really dropped off. Fortune wasn’t very good and it seems like all you here about from him is pissing other artists off. I think this song might express how he wants to return to his roots and quit all the bullshit. At least that’s what I hope he’s doing. Check out the documentary-type video above to preview Chris’s next big album.

Mixtape: “For Professional Use Only” by araabMUZIK

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Producer araabMUZIK drops this bumpin’ mixtape of 20 instrumentals that are pretty impressive. Never been so entertained by just instrumentals. Some of them have been released but I’ve listed the top 3 in my opinion down below for you guys to check out. Some have a very hip hop feel and might here 2 Chainz in the background and some are even more dubstep and electronic. Definitely a great find! Enjoy and get the mixtape over at DatPiff.

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“Getting To The Point” by araabMUZIK

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“Never Have To Worry” by araabMUZIK

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“The Prince Is Coming” by araabMUZIK

“We Up” by 50 Cent, Kendrick Lamar, & Kidd Kidd

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Here is a new hit from old-timer Curtis Jackson. While we wait for 50 Cent’s Street King Immortal, here is single with a smooth beat and hook. He grabs the Compton native Kendrick Lamar whose hype seems to keep growing. Kidd Kidd also hops on this but none of yall probably know who that is. Damn shame. Also, check out 50’s “Financial Freedom” video (another new single).

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“We Up” by 50 Cent, Kendrick Lamar, & Kidd Kidd

Video: “Domo 23″ by Tyler, The Creator

After two long years of no new solo material from Tyler he finally decides that he is ready to release his next album in the trilogy, titled Wolf. The music video starts off just as crazy as any Tylers other videos set in a wrestling match as Tyler raps about his life now like theres no tomorrow. Its pretty much just another version of “Sandwiches” which isn’t  necessarily a bad thing. Then randomly the video does a 180 on you and a completely new song starts playing sounding almost straight from the legandary duo The Neptunes. Tylers back and better then ever. Wolf – April 2nd, stay tuned.