Your Morning Music Mix.
Azealia Banks, Shamir,
Jhené Aiko, Le1f,
In this week’s installment of music to listen to, we give you sounds from familiar and soulful artist Raleigh Ritchie, take you to the club with Le1f’s latest banger and give you the latest from chill storyteller Jhene Aiko. Enjoy!
– “Gold” (Nikitch Remix)
Her soulful vocals blends well with the catchy electronic beat.
– “Wading” (remix)
and “Living Room Flow”
“Wading” remains to be one of my favorite tracks by Jhene; the remastered revision just as enjoyable. Aiko’s latest “Living Room Flow” gives off a sensual vibe in the singer’s typical breezy and airy way.
Hannah Lucia – “Lights Out”
The singer from Camden, England says this about her song “Lights Out”: “The PG answer is that the song is about yearning for someone, and reminding that person that we both want the same thing, and it would be incredible.”
Kissey – “Distortion”
An upbeat track with lots of layered sounds.
– “Tarantula Hawk version 2″
Aeon is the musical gift that keeps giving. She’s put out three tracks now, in a matter of a few weeks.
Latasha A. Icindor or LA
– “Loosie & Blunk. Verses
Check out the Brooklyn based MC’s 9-track compilation. You can listen to the entire piece easily from start to fishish. The rapper especially goes hard on “Lil’ Haiti,”rapping about her Brooklyn hood.
Le1f- “Ooh (Truffle Butter)
The queer rapper spits hard on this one. It’s the kind of track you find yourself dancing along to with your girls, or rather, your “queens” at a gay club on a Friday night.
RAHEL – “Restless”
We’ve introuduced you to the sounds of RAHEL. Check out a revamped version of her tune “Restless.”
Raleigh Ritchie – Millionaire
(Kelis & Andre 3000 cover)
Raleigh’s creamy, soulful crooning never disappoints.
– “DJ mix in Nordstrom”
Walshy Fire is one half of reggae-electro duo Major Lazer.
Shamir – “Call it Off”
Another electro-experimental track from the Las Vegas native with the unique voice.
R. City Feat.
feat. Beenie Man and Azealia Banks
– “I’m That… (Remix)”
Following in the footsteps of another heavy-hitting female rapper, Azealia Banks seriously kills her verse on this remix.
– SLIM K PRESENTS
BROKE & BAROQUE:
CHOPPED NOT SLOPPED
This cool collaboration adds to a new flavor to this unique string duo’s music.