Friends, as you know, the tremendous amount of music out there makes it hard – really hard – not to miss a gem every now and again. We know you trust us with filtering out the best of the best, but even we are occasionally overwhelmed by the sheer number of great tunes. Which is why today we introduce a new category called Lost and found, to honor stuff we missed the first time around.
The first slot in this new category is reserved for the Ganz remix of Odesza’s Say My Name feat. Zyra. It still riddles us, how we could have possibly overlooked this.
It’s insane what a little bit of Coco can do to an entire online world. Ed Sheeran recently gave us a very soulful rendition of what you may call the drug anthem of the century. And guess what: Ben Esser went to work on the Sheeran cover and flipped the entire thing in a way, only he could. This is potent stuff, ladies and gentlemen.
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.
Cashmere Cat and DJ Mustard released one of many beats they produced together in January of last year. This one is called Ice Rink and it is composed of both artists’ signature sounds: the Cat’s harmonic vocal samples and Far Eastern sounding bells merge with Mustards G-Funk synths.
Here’s some baby makin’ music for the weekend: The San Holo remix of Doja Cat‘s So High. When’s the last time you told your better half that she or gets you so high? Yes, it sounds cheesy, but then again: that is exactly how we like out pizza. Enjoy.