The KLVN’s and A$AP’s SPACEGHOSTPURRP aka “SPVCXGHXZTPVRRP” (in case you didn’t know: V = A, V = U, V = V, Z = S, X = E, X = O, etc.) just released his brand new mixtape titled “GXX XX BXXK” (I’ll let you guys understand what that means). The mixtape features a new, fresh, huston-funk sound to it, and in all honesty, is fucking quality. Purrp’s flow can sometimes be pretty simple on some tracks, but as he puts it “Destroy Competion / Cuz This Style Is Unique”, and really, it is as unique as it can get (MXXXXXXX MXX). Enough with the talk now, do yourself a favor and Download “GOD OF BLACK” NOW.
After the two critically acclaimed “House Of Balloons” and “Thursday”, Abel Tesfaye aka The Weeknd is back with “Echoes Of Silence”. Enough with the talking, I know, get your copy right HERE.
Funeral Party formed late one night in a park in Whittier, California, an East Los Angeles suburb comprised of mostly working-class enclaves. Hardcore bands and metal bands dominated the local music scene at the time. However, in the East Los Angeles neighborhoods adjacent to Whittier, a post-punk, dance-craze revival was emerging and Funeral Party began gigging every weekend. The band quickly developed a following. Initially, they didn’t own any equipment and had to borrow it from other bands at East L.A. backyard parties and warehouses. Funeral Party’s DIY ethos mobilized their ascendancy from an erratic underground scene to the international stage.
And here it is, the long anticipated music video for Funeral Party‘s “NYC MOVES TO THE SOUND OF LA”. Directed by Nathan Cox. Featuring …. yours truly (2:26). However, to be completely honest, I was not impressed with the final product.
As all of us should know by know, the wolves from OFWGKTA never sleep when it comes down to producing new, fresh tracks. This time it’s Hodgy Beats, going solo, with producer Bambeeno on the beats. And guess what (surprise surprise), this is another good track you would want to add to your OF repertory. This is also a great opportunity to get to know better another member of Odd Future since the spotlight is often taken away by Tyler, The Creator’s talet and charisma. Give it a shot, you will not be disappointed, and if you like it click on the download link below.
P.S. The sample comes from the Moody Blues (pretty cool right?)