Don’t call Cali’s Joe Moses a newcomer. After having released several mixtapes onWaka Flocka‘s BrickSquad Monopoly label, JM has moved on to a joint deal with Ty Dolla $ign‘s THMVMNT and Atlantic Records earlier this year.
“SuWop” is his major label debut and is oozing West Coast vibes all over it.
7 songs with features from heavy-hitters Snoop Dogg, Future, Wiz Khalifa and RJ.
Stream the L.A. street legend’s new EP and check out the visual for one of the project’s stand-out cuts, “16’s”, below:
The project was initially planned to come out under A$AP Yams‘ record label after he took the duo under his wing, but it ended up dropping for free on SoundCloud through Fool’s Gold. Now the duo has updated their 2015 album with 9 new songs, while making the deluxe version available across streaming services as well.
LA beat mastermind Kenny Segal released his new project titled “Kenstrumentals Vol. 3: Travelog”.
For this third installment of the beat tape series Kenny decided to theme it off his recent travels. Last year found him in New Zealand and Taiwan, as well as all over the Pacific Northwest on tour. All these impressions and experiences influenced the music he’s been making lately.
“Paths” is the first full-length release by Portland based young producer quickly, quickly. As a rising talent, he is definitely one of the most promising producers of this generation.
Music has always been a part of quickly, quickly‘s life, as he started playing piano when he was 2 years old. This love of music shaped his young life and created a solid musical foundation for future efforts. In 5th grade, the now 21-year old wunderkind found hip-hop, citing Common Market, J Dilla, Blue Scholars and The Pharcyde as early influences.
This album provides 16 defining tracks filled with musical joy, nostalgia and sweetness. Stream it here:
Meet 21-year-old producer Kaelin Ellis. The Floridian has dropped his latest project called “Veil”.
Kaelin was originally part of an online collective, dubbed LOAFLAB, where he came in contact with fellow musicians and later collaborative partners Kaytranada, Tek(.Lun), Dropout Marsh, oriJanus and many more.
Drawing influence from idols like J Dilla, Sango and Flying Lotus, the young beatsmith is solidifying himself as one of 2018’s most exciting producers to watch.
After numerous EPs, Toronto producer trio Keys N Krates have dropped their formal debut album, “Cura”, earlier this year via Dim Mak, led by the Tory Lanez-guested “Music To My Ears”. That single now has a matching set of visuals (Crank Yankers, anyone?).
Check out both, video and album (featuring Ambré Perkins and G.O.O.D. Music‘s 070 Shake) here: