Kito just released a neat little mix called Views From The SW2 via Mad Decent. It features “a few unreleased Kito things (…) plus a bunch of songs that I love”, to put it in her own words. Thank you very much.
Last Sunday, Major Lazer took over Diplo and Friends on BBC Radio 1Xtra. Though the term mix doesn’t do this two hour long sweeping blow justice. “Collected works of epic proportions” seems more appropriate.
We’ve been in the label business for half a year now, and the support we’ve received so far is pretty incredible. We would like to take a moment to thank everybody who is making this adventurous endeavor so exciting on a daily basis.
Dropping an album unexpectedly has become quite a thing in the internet age where there’s no better promotion than a born-and-bred social media buzz. Beyoncé did it, Drake did it, and now Kendrick Lamar followed suit with the release of To Pimp a Butterfly, one of the most anticipated albums of 2015. Grab the download below.
Catchy, melodic, sexy is how you could describe Benzi‘s Girl Trapz series, which went into round seven a couple of weeks ago on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Diplo and Friends. The New York based producer now gave away the entire one hour long mix for free. Listen to the entire collection of Girl Trapz mixes below.
Did anybody order Pizza? Cologne maybe? Stuttgart? Berlin? The Drunken Masters and ESKEI83 are proud to invite you to the first official Crispy Crust Records tour, to celebrate this beauty of a record label.
From May 12th to 21st our undisputed Masters of the mosh pit alongside our reigning Red Bull Thre3style Champion are going to serve the hottest hits and freshest remixes – arranged neatly on up to four turntables and garnished with all the delicacies that have been released on Crispy Crust Records so far.
Complex Magazine went face to face with Eminem, Dr. Dre, Paul Rosenberg, Royce da 5’9” and ex D12 member Kon Artis to talk about the history and peek into the future of Shady Records. It’s a highly compelling watch in our opinion, a neat synopsis of 15 years of Hip-Hop history.
The love for the Coco is everlasting and irresistible. When OT Genasis first dropped the grim original last October, we we’re sure it was going to become a big thing. Needless to say, the commotion the track caused exceeded our keenest expectations. The Hitimpulse remix of Ed Sheeran‘s Coco cover is just the latest of insane spin-offs.