AYO Alex & Juicy J, you read that right. While Juicy J certainly doesn’t have any fancy lyricism or impressive flow laid on this track, his ad-libs sure do sound hella nice on the heavy “G House” bassline. A mixture of Tech House, Deep House, and hip-hop heavyweight Juicy J; Peter Alexander Quintana, better known as AYO ALEX has outdone himself here. The 23 year-old producer is sure to have a big year ahead of him if he already has a connection with the rap giant.
Breaking from his usual trap style, Sikdope has released a future house remix of the 2013 hit “Lolly” by Maejor Ali featuring lyrics from Juicy J and Justin Beiber. The future and deep house trend continues to emerge in the underground electronic music scene with the Buygore label driving major support from Jauz and now Sikdope. The track perfectly layers the original lyrics over several synths and high hats inducing those shuffle vibes that future house has embraced. Sikdope is currently on tour with the Buygore label so be sure to take a listen and if the tour stops by a city near you, do not miss out on hearing this fresh new track!
An interesting combination of genres but that’s what Cashmere Cat is all about. A few months ago, Cashmere Cat teamed up with Ariana Grande on “Be My Baby” to combine his eclectic style with Ariana Grande’s pop vocals.
Now, the unique Cashmere Cat style has joined up with BenZel and Juicy J. The classic percussions laid out by Cashmere Cat create a light mood in the track. And with a very contrasting style of vocals by Juicy J, we get something even more unique. Not every day do we have artists with these kinds of opposing styles come together.
November 9, 2014
“Cut Her Off” killer and Memphis superstar, Juicy J, put together this hit and released it the other day. While the song bangs, I think I laughed the entire time during Juicy’s verse. It’s great. You might like it.
Juicy J has another album titled The Hustle Continues on the way. His THC remixes of “Hot Nigga” and “0 to 100 / The Catch Up” are money. No release date announced yet.
Here’s another set of hits you all should familiarize yourselves with. Just a recap, I put these together in sort of a story mode that plays out in my head so I apologize if it doesn’t really make any sense to you all. While there are songs here from every side of the spectrum, hopefully you give them all a chance. Thanks for listening.
#FLACKOJODYESEASON Season is now? After an unknown countdown on his website, A$AP Rocky releases a video for his new single. With the cancellation of A$AP Mob’s project, we really needed some good news from the gang. This is a huge release with a lot of implications in hip hop. For those of you really in touch with hip hop and fashion, Pretty Flacko takes shots at HBA and Been Trill.
“Multiply” was actually premiered back at Coachella during Ferg’s set but now we really realize how hard this song bangs. This track will be on his sophomore album supposedly coming out some time this fall. After all the branching out for the Mob, everything leads back to this.
I don’t remember personally when I last listened to a full hip-hop track, but today was the first time in a while. Kill The Noise is the main reason why I checked out the track, and as always, the production is on point.
But to my surprise, every verse on the track, provided by Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and Ty Dolla $ign also work extremely well with the epic backdrop that Kill The Noise and Madsonik have created. And obviously, the TMNT theme is pretty dope too.
You want to vibe to this track live? Catch Kill The Noise on his upcoming “Majestic As Fak” tour. He’ll be joined by Milo & Otis, Botnek, Ape Drums, and Two Fresh along the tour.
Release Date: July 22, 2014 | iTunes