• frank ocean smile

    New Frank Ocean ? anytime.

    Frank ocean took his tumblr to unleash his first new track entitled "Blue whale" after releasing his debut album, channel ORANGE, this July.

    The track is and a charming, horn-laced instrumental is what Frankie grooves over in his collected MC flow. #Swagger

  • kanye west kim hug

    Chitown heavyweights K's (Kanye & Kelly) combine to drop off  a new fresh track entitled "To The World" set to feature in Ye's upcoming album "Cruel Summer".

    Ye kicks in pretty late on this one ( at the 2:14 mark) but the track is still gold.

    Pre-order the LP here.

  • Here we are (though a little late, sorry) with our latest round-up of monthly super remixes, we got some lovely Bon Iver, some partying Katy Perry and much more, so leave what you're doing, take your best headphones out and start listening.

  • avicii mainstream

    I'm really starting to believe that Avicii has some kind of a magic studio and every time he works on it a house anthem makes out.

    This time he took Mike Posner with him and they both did the magic this time.

    Avicii has decided to go mainstream now, so be ready for more anthems like this.

  • big sean fashion

    There's a been a lot of mix tapes coming out this past week (Lil Wayne Dedication 4, Kirko Bangz Procrastination Kills), and ad mist all that Big Sean released a pretty damn good mix tape entitled "Detroit" (representing his hometown) seemingly out of nowhere.

    Since his last free project in 2010, Sean has undeniably grown to become one of the biggest artists in the game right now. With his sophomore album on the horizon, Sean describes himself as being hungry again, which you can hear all throughout Detroit, which features a wide range of different sounding songs with an extremely well thought out structure behind the project.

    The mixtape features production and features from French Montana, J. Cole, Key Wayne, Young Chop, Lex Luger, Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, King Chip, Don Cannon, Juicy J and more. Without further adieu, this is Detroit (in Vin Diesel "This is Brazil" voice).