A-Trak chats wit Vlad TV about his upcoming Federal Reserve EP with Cam’ron, how the collaboration came about, and how grilled meats can make any studio session better. For a taste of Federal Reserve watch the Cam’ron & A-Trak “Dipsh*ts” music video now and stay tuned for more.
Fool’s Gold’s very own Nick Catchdubs put together a special mix entitled “Homies” for Serato’s Seratocast series, dedicated to music by his friends (Brenmar, Jubliee, Black Dave) and the FG family (Flosstradamus, Oliver, Brillstein). It opens with A-Trak + Milo & Otis’ new banger “Out the Speakers,” heads right into gLAdiator’s “Weekend,” and throws in Nick’s own “Bizness” for good measure. Stay tuned for more Catchdubs music soon! Read More
New York’s two shiniest record labels have joined forces for a night of handclaps ‘n house at Westway! Fool’s Gold and Neon Gold present “Golden Ticket,” going down Thursday, May 29 with The Knocks and Sammy Bananas on the turntables and a live set from Party Supplies. Advance tickets are just $5, get yours now!
A-Trak and Cam’ron are back! Summer anthem “Dipsh*ts” features uncut Cam’ron slick talk over triumphant instrumental blasts from A-Trak, Oliver and Just Blaze, a Dipset-repping Juelz Santana on the hook, and “Champagne Dame” (aka Federal Reserve executive producer Damon Dash) providing a legendary, song closing rant, complete with “Foooooooool’s Gold” shout!
This filthy cut gets the epic video it deserves thanks to director Ricky Saiz, who follows up his work for Beyonce and Supreme with another iconic clip, capturing the rugged glory and inimitable fashion sense of Harlem and the Diplomats with true uptown-meets-downtown flair. From kids in airbrushed A-Trak tees to Cam’s floor-length mink, it’s the most style you’ll see in a video all year.
Sluggers are the new sound of Miami. The duo have quickly made a name for themselves mixing every flavor of bass imaginable, with a funkiness perfect for big rooms and champagne rooms alike. They join the Fool’s Gold Clubhouse with two heavy hitting tracks: the jacking tech sounds of “Courtesy” and the squelching morse code synths of “HYPR.” Let the table dancing begin! Grab it now at foolsgoldrecs.com/clubhouse.
DJ Cassidy has been graced with the Sammy Bananas touch with his latest remix of “Calling All Hearts” (Premiered on Earmilk). A funky sunny remix that could be played out at your next daytime disco or at a wedding near you.
Be sure to pick up Sammy’s blue colored vinyl of his Flexin EP now or on iTunes.
The Queens’ squad, World’s Fair is hitting the road this June and coming to a city near you. They are bringing along the some of Atlanta’s Two-9 records crew and will be playing eight shows up the northeast. Check the dates below and buy tickets now. Also be sure to cop World’s Fair Bastards of the Party mixtape now for free.
SUN 6/8 – Philadelphia, PA – Barbary – Tickets
MON 6/9 – Boston, MA – Middle East – Upstairs – Tickets
TUE 6/10 – New York, NY – Studio @ Webster Hall – Tickets
WED 6/11 – Stanhope, NJ – Stanhope House – Tickets
THU 6/12 – Providence, RI – The Met – Tickets
FRI 6/13 – Pittsburgh, PA – Altar – Tickets
SAT 6/14 – Buffalo, NY – Waiting Room – Tickets
MON 6/16 – Baltimore, MD – Soundstage – Tickets
When DJ superhero A-Trak joins forces with vanguard production duo Milo & Otis, lock up your stereo equipment…NO BASS IS SAFE. Their irresistibly anthemic collaboration “Out The Speakers” (Just premiered on Esquire) is the first official team-up from these two festival forces (following M&O’s beloved remix with Skrillex and Kill The Noise of Trizzy’s Duck Sauce single “NRG”). They slow down the BPMs to make a speaker-bursting, apartment-evicting monster constructed from screwed rap vocals from ATL’s Rich Kidz, twerked out drums, and what is perhaps mankind’s first recorded “burp drop.” Tweeters beware! Pre-order Out The Speakers on iTunes now, and listen to the stream below.
High Klassified lends his literary expertise to the latest episode of Mass Appeal’s ILL Time. He breaks down Shakespeare’s classics, showing how these pieces of literature are timeless works that reflect modern times. ‘Sup art thou?
21 year old London producer Simply Ded joins the Fool’s Gold Clubhouse with “Nothing Sacred,” putting his personal twist on classic UK garage vibes. Whether this is soundtracking your sunset or sunrise partying, there’s no denying “Nothing Sacred” is a CHOON. Get it now at foolsgoldrecs.com/clubhouse!