Today, Emancipator released a video for the new single “Minor Cause” off of their upcoming 3rd album, Dusk to Dawn. This video is a perfect accompaniment to the track, or really, to any Emancipator track. Just as with many of their songs, the video seems to create a melancholic mystery through the carefully-chosen angles and light that are used throughout it. As a soft camera focus pans across delicate movements of nature, a majestic combination of audio and visual is created that one can only attribute to Emancipator.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: how Emancipator tends to create such powerful, emotional music, I will never know. Once a solo project, Doug is now joined by an incredibly talented violinist, Ilya, making Emancipator an increasingly talented and ever-evolving duo that will continue to make waves in electronic music for years to come. This is one artist whose music will easily stand the test of time.
Check out this amazing track and video and look for the full album release on January 29th!
I’m going to keep the written portion of this post short today as the video will do most of the speaking for me. Harlem young gun A$AP Rocky debuted the official music video entitled “Goldie (prod. by Hit-Boy)” earlier today. The single is the only leak thus far off the ASAP Mob album due out sometime soon this May. Rocky recently accompanied Dre-accomplice Kendrick Lamar on Drake’s 2012 “Club Paradise” tour and within the last year has signed two 3 million dollar contracts with Sony, RCA Records and Polo Grounds Music. This could possibly be one of the most baller music videos i’ve seen in a long time; outfitted with gold everything, swag on swag on swag, and of course some beautiful ladies. Enjoy.
First off, forgive me on this post. Why do i say that? It’s because this post could overwhelm you, and it could make you take a step back and say “wow, that just happened.” This is the official music video from the group FKi, for their song “Stuntin’”. This group is from Atlanta and their goal, “to bring the fun back to Hip-Hop”. And bring the fun back they do; FKi takes popular dubstep songs like “Eyes Low” and “Dripping”, and tosses them in a nice hearty stew of true southern rap. The product? Something so new, innovative and musically amazing. I highly doubt you’ve heard of them (if you have, you have extremely good taste in music), but people making moves in the industry have, and it can’t be long before these guys blow up! The man, the myth, the legend: Diplo, caught wind of these guys and produced a song with them upandcoming female rapper, Iggy Azalea, entitled “I Think She Ready”. Both “Stuntin’” and “I Think She Ready” are off the group’s mixtape, Transformers N The Hood. Stay tuned and listen to more, here, at the group’s website.
You’ll notice on the soundcloud player for “Stuntin’” that the profile is under the name of popular DJ Heroes x Villains (aka the man who’s worked with the likes of T.I., Young Jeezy, Justin Timberlake, Young Dro, Yung LA, and Lil Wayne), and that’s because the beat to this song was made my none other then the aforementioned. Enjoy.