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Sexy blend of house and hip hop. This little jam is worth an at home, Friday night, silk slip, dance party.
This here is a money themed playlist. Enjoy!
We asked our DJs and team to share their top 5 of 2018. This is what we came up with.
Tierra Whack - Whack World
Aubrey Henderson says, “Pretty Much this whole Album”
Lil Peep & XXXTENTACION - Falling Down
Check out SAD by XXXTENACIOn
Anderson Paak - TINTS (feat. Kendrick Lamar
This album is worth a listen. It includes guests such as Q-Tip, Dr.Dre, J Cole and many more.
Idles - Colossus
Sheck Wes - Mo Bamba
King Princess - 1950
J. Cole - KOD
Other Tracks on the Album:ATM, 1985, Kevin’s Heart
Kali Uchis - In My Dreams
Michelle says, “check out this whole album. She’s so dreamy.”
Janelle Monáe – Make Me Feel
Twenty One Pilots-My Blood
Anti Up - PIZZA
YG - Big Bank
Troye Sivan - My My My!
Drake - In My Feelings
TroyBoi - Drip (no mayo) Feat. Healthy Chill
4.G-Eazy - 1942
SPACE DISCO // POST PUNK JUNK // INDIE DANCE
1. Moonboots song- Magic
2. Lil Pump Vs Country Club Crew Song- Gucci Gang X Almost Love
4. Cover of A$AP Rocky- Fuckin` Problems ft Xavier Dunn (Vijay & Sofia Zlatko, Kasual Remix)
5. Childish Gambino Vs Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa Song- Feels Like Summer Vs One Kiss (DJs From Mars Bootleg)
6. Famous Dex Song- Japan(Cheyenne Giles & Knock2 Remix)
7. Childish Gambino Song- This is America (Tony Arzadon Remix)
8. The song “Goodbye Moonmen” from acclaimed Adult Swim show Rick and Morty. Song- Jemaine Clement, whose band, Flight of the Conchords, created an astounding Bowie tribute of their own a number of years ago.
Today we're listening to the 2014 compilation TheSoundYouNeed featuring artists like FKJ, Banks + Snakehips, Flume, Alina Baraz, Chrome Sparks and more.
Last year, New Zealand favorite BAYNK released Someone's EP, featuring tracks including Poolside, What you Need (feat. NÏKA) and Come Home. His easy sound is reminiscent of Hayden James, Bon Iver and even Autograf— perfect for summer weekend mornings.
He has a great interview with Redbull music about finding his potential as a musician, as well as his finding inspiration from artists like Travis Scott and Mura Masa, here. He's playing June 9th in San Diego for those of you looking to add a show to the calendar.
In January, a community based pop-up art show took over a warehouse space in the downtown Los Angeles area bringing together some of the most talented artists, musicians, and activists working for us today. The themes of the show were based around topics of "Justice as a Human Right", "Together We Rise", "No Human Is Illegal and No Human Should Feel Unsafe", "Love, Peace and Empathy", "Manifesting Solutions", and "This Moment in History." With powerful exhibits and moving panels, this was a positive and humbling event that lead those who participated to question their part in today's call to action.
I was lucky enough to DJ at this event and put together a playlist of some of the songs I played.
Groove Armada was a soundtrack to a decade of my life. They got me through a European adventure and a Coachella. Check out a great little playlist for the G.A. lovers.
ZHU recently teamed up with Australian psychadelics Tame Impala on a new single — My Life. Despite mixed reviews, there are parts of the EDM track that have a pretty solid bounce.
In what's reminiscent of Prince, Steven Zhu is an interesting artist in that he prefers to remain anonymous outside of his stage name, ZHU, so that "fans can focus on the music rather than who's behind it." The pace and diversity of rolling sounds in the well-queued synth-pop + unique monologue integration in his summer 2016 album GENERATIONWHY make it a recurring album in my playlist rotation and definitely worth a listen.