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It’s DJ Wit aka your friendly neighborhood DJ aka your Grandma’s favorite DJ aka DJ Sunshine (not by choice) and I’m back this week to bring you lovely people a selection new songs. So grab your Beats headphones (or whatever it is you kids use these days) and check out the songs below.
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3rd World – Salva Feat. Scottie B & Astronomar
First up, we got Salva joining forces with Fools Gold Records as a part of their 2014 Draft Picks. With co-production from Astronomar and fellow Baltimorean Scottie B (shouts out Baltimore), Salva brings us a hard hitting, in your face track, that serves as a testimony as to why Fools Gold selected him for their team. The track brings all three producer’s sounds together, and could fit rocking festival crowds or a sweaty basement party. Check out Hoodboi, Brenmar, and the rest of the 2014 Draft Picks over at http://bundles.bittorrent.com/bundles/fgdraftpicks14.
Money (R3LL Remix) – Lido
Jersey Club producer R3LL (formally known as DJ Rell) has been making a lot of noise outside of the usually Jersey Club circle. He’s recently done guest mixes for LuckyMe’s radio show on Rinse FM, and for Jamz Supernova on BBC Radio 1xtra. Not to mention the support of big name producers like Cashmere Cat. To add to the list, R3LL comes through with an official remix of Lido’s “Money.” R3LL gives the track some Jersey Club flavor, taking it’s energy level all the way up to a 10. The remix is set to appear on the “I Love You Remix EP” out soon.
Attak – Rustie Feat. Danny Brown
GOfeeeD DAMvvvvN!! GIfbdfVE ME A SECObffND TO PICK MY Fmi,ACE UP OFF TH,,ifyE FLOOR! ITS H2e2nARD TO TYnnnnPE WDVJNAE;RGN WITHOUT IT. Ok much better. The Glasgow heat maker teams up with hip hop’s wild boy Danny Brown to deliver a face melting collab. It’s almost as if Rustie and Danny were made for each other. The Detroit MC’s erratic voice feels right at home over Rustie’s vivacious production. Make sure the room is empty when you listen to this, because you just might hurt somebody (I owe my Grandma a BIG apology.) The song serves as the second release off of Rustie’s new album, “Green Language” out on Warp Records August 26th.
Flawless (Remix) – Beyonce Feat. Nicki Minaj
YAAASSSS. BLESSSSSS. YONCEEEE. SLAYYYYY. These are just some of the expressions used by any girl between the ages of 12-45 once they saw that Beyonce released the “Flawless Remix” featuring non-other then Hip Hop’s reigning queen, Nicki Minaj. Both superstars lay down verses over a reworked instrumental with Beyonce addressing the incident that took place between her sister Solange and JAY Z in an elevator at the Met Gala a few months ago. And of course Nicki’s verse is full of references to bitches that are her “sons” and her ummmm…..cookie. Beyonce is finishing up her “On the Run Tour” with Jigga with a couple of shows in California and a few overseas in Paris. Nicki Minaj’s third studio album, “The Pink Print”, is set to drop later this year on Young Money/Cash Money records.
Wonderful Everyday: Arthur – Chance The Rapper & The Social Experiment
Ever since I saw a video online of Chance The Rapper covering the “Arthur” theme song at one of his concerts, I have been hoping and praying that he would release a studio version. The classic PBS Kids show already had one of the best theme songs ever (shouts out to Ziggy Marley), and now has gotten a beautiful rework by Chance and his band, The Social Experiment. Along with additional vocals from Wyclef Jean, Francis & The Lights, Jesse Ware, Elle Varner, Eryn Allen Kane, The O’my’s, Peter Cottontale & Donnie Trumpet, the track will tack you back to the days you would rush home from school to turn on the tube and watch some good ol’ “Arthur.” It’s times like these that I’m glad Chance is the same age as me. It makes his music super relatable and that much easier to love. Chance will be closing out Lollapalooza in his home town Chicago, tonight at 8:30 PM CST. Catch the live stream here: http://lollapalooza.redbull.tv/#!/stream/3.