26 Search Results for Tag: hip-hop

Eclecticism

A mix of elite and non-elite genres that represent a standard for good taste. – featuring artists like Da Weasel, Anoushka Shankar, Sinéad O’Connor, Band of Skulls, McAlmont & Butler, Bob Dylan, Lovage, Jennifer Charles, Tricky, Wet Leg,

goin’ to the beach in my mind

Escape to your peaceful place in this genre-less haven – featuring artists like Noname • chromonocci • Tash Sultana • Porches • Isaiah Mostafa • Tom Misch • Sofía Valdés

Dilla & Madlib’s World (Beats)

Top shelf J Dilla & Madlib instrumentals plus tracks that they have inspired – featuring artists like J Dilla • Madlib • Flying Lotus • Knxwledge • Georgia Anne Muldrow • Count Bass D • Karriem Riggins • MF DOOM

MASSA – Tyler, The Creator

Hop on the freedom train with one of the standout tracks from the mid-year candidate for Album of the Year.

Coolest motherfunkers on the planet

For when you wish to chill amongst the cool – featuring artists like Larry June • Mac Miller • Snoop Dogg • Digable Planets • Tuxedo • Camp Lo • Outkast • Chris Crack

Coolest motherfunkers on the planet

Tactical Chaos

Bounce around like a pinball on a mission – featuring artists like J.I.D • XXXTENTACION • Dreamville • IDK • Denzel Curry • Logic • 99 Neighbors

Flows of the Hop

A good day needs a good flow – featuring artists like People Under The Stairs • Pete Rock • Artifacts • Slum Village • Run-D.M.C. • De La Soul • Mos Def • The Pharcyde

Stone Robot’s New England Weather Mix — a playlist by Stone Robot • powered by musicto

The forecast for this playlist: Heavy winds and sunny grooves followed by clouds of introspection and heartbreaking rains that give way to thunderous and lightning rage, before the sun reemerges to melt your face–only to repeat the cycle in a different order – featuring artists like Nine Inch Nails • Twenty-one Pilots • Tool • Santigold • Bad Brains • The Roots • Faith No More • The Beastie Boys

Wolves – Kota the Friend & Statik Selektah

Separate from the pack with the leadoff track from Kota and Friend and Statik Selektah’s outstanding album

Robbery – HunnaV Featuring 916Frosty & Jvxe

HunnaV comes together with 916Frosty and Jxve for the super saucy hit “Robbery”

Robbery - HunnaV

Let Me Fly – DMX

One degree of separation between me, my grandmother, and DMX

Try Again – Ovrkast.

Underground Bay Area hip-hop. What else do you need to know?

Infiltrate – Cappadonna

Step back in time to the Boom Bap era, where lyricism was the foundation or rap. Throw up your W’s!

Dollas and Cents – TOBi feat. Juls

A track that works equally well in the club, living room, or bedroom. Repeat value on high

FEEL SOMETHING DIFFERENT – Bea Miller feat. Aminé

Whether stuck at home in a dead end job, or just stuck at home, “FEEL SOMETHING DIFFERENT “ is the stimulation you need to get up, get out and get something.

Rags – Chef

Time to start stacking (or cooking) your cheddar, provolone, mozzarella with this breezy 2019 track

달팽이 (Snail) – Panic

Sometimes the way home takes so long
Sometimes I get so tired and exhausted
As soon as I open the door,
I fall asleep
And when I wake up, No one is there

Blue & Grey – BTS (방탄소년단)

Forgive me for putting the lyrics of the whole song, since each sentence pokes my heart deeply! Wandering between instruments and human voices, between singing and rap, between melody and lyrics, between disappearance and reappearance, my thoughts have also become blue and gray, uneasy and melancholic. While the song is over, the feeling of lost and endless aftertaste comes into mind…

Sunrise – Mino (송민호)

“Sunrise” is the penultimate song in the album “Take” released by Mino on October 31 this year. It may be the echo of the sixth song “Daylight” in this album. When autumn is approaching, a pair of lovers fall in love in “Daylight”, and the beloved woman is like “a ray of light that never fades.”

Hope – Mino (feat. Yoo Byung Jae)

Mino’s vocals wandered in the melody, smoothness, and interesting rhymes of the track, highlighting his strong rap techniques and representing a tone of strong and clear commands. Even though Yoo Byung Jae is not a professional singer, his lazy voice matches this song.

But, Are You? – Heize

The music patterns of R&B, neo-soul, and jazz hip-hop combine into the song to full in calm and melancholic tunes. The voice of the singer-songwriter Heize is gentle, relaxing, but powerful.

Linked – Bonobo

This vast lake, tranquil beneath a terminal sky. Lying, floating amidst a wash of mirrored stars, drifting peacefully as the atmosphere burns…

Shift – Afrosamuraiist

Everything hurts; my body feels like it’s not my own, and staring out through eyes that belong to somebody else, I see that it doesn’t look like my own, either…

Helix – Flume

A lifetime has passed; an ocean of eternity has washed over me…

Consolidated – Butyric Acid

California three-piece Consolidated were a polemical, anti-capitalist, anti-fascist band who embraced punk, hip-hop, electronic dance music and cultural and political influences from all around the globe. With filthy bass, pounding beats and bitterly angry hip-hop vocals,…

Cookin’ On 3 Burners Interview

Warning this is serious heat from Cookin’ on 3 Burners