Renowned DJ champions Four Color Zack and DJ Scene have announced their upcoming Slap It Down EP, out via Fool’s Gold on March 10th. The title track features 90s rap mainstays M.O.P. for a blend of party hip-hop and club music that defines the DJ duos’ careers.
Stream “Slap It Down” below and grab it now as an instant grat when you pre-order the EP, featuring artwork from Yung Lennox in his popular hip-hop portrait style.
Brenmaris the club. This bass music chameleon has soundtracked some of the best nights of our lives with sets that expertly travel from Jersey to Chicago and beyond, connecting the dots between hip-hop, R&B and all manner of futuristic house music production. His aptly titled Award EP (out 1/20 on Fool’s Gold) is more than a victory lap for a nightlife champion, but the start of an awesome new chapter, melding songwriting chops atop years of body-moving DJ knowledge. From 808 slow jams to confetti-ready anthems, Award is a four-track collection of earworms featuring voices from the underground (Newark’s Dougie F and UNiiQU3) and radio (Jeremih collaborator Sayyi) alike.
Listen to “Hula Hoop” featuring vocals from Jersey club queenUNiiQU3and the title track “Award” below.
Update: Full EP Stream
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Following three standout remixes for Alesso’s forthcoming new single ‘Heroes (We Could Be)’ ft. Tove Lo, comes a fourth from hotly-tipped Canadian DJ/ Producer Grandtheft.
With the eclectic remixes from AMTRAC and Jai Wolf both hitting #1 on the Hype Machine remix chart, Grandtheft shifts the tone of the track once again with a big room, bass fuelled rework of his own.
Producing music that defies categorisation, Grandtheft’s productions are created solely with the intention to make you move. Establishing himself as one of the most sought after new producers around, Grandtheft has impressed at clubs worldwide, earning himself support from the likes of Diplo, Major Lazer, A-Trak, Flosstradamus and Skream.
The original version of ‘Heroes (We Could Be)’ has surpassed a colossal 6.1 million Soundcloud plays and 6.6 million YouTube views.