Falcons’s new joint “Nonsense” features frequent collaborator and friend KingJet (one half of production duo Two Fresh) and showcases the LA producer’s impressive versatility with a dark, innovative bounce. Following up the futuristic r&b of “Boo You Know” feat. GoldLink and the rave-inspired summer hit “Want Your Body” (part of an impressive catalog that’s already clocked over 28 million cumulative streams), “Nonsense” proves there’s no sound Falcons can’t conquer. Listen to it now on all services!
South Central LA rapper G Perico, Compton based Jay Worthy and acclaimed Texas-via-Minnesota producer Cardo have joined forces for the most exciting west-side connection this year, G-Worthy. The project is best described by Cardo as “late night mobbin”: music to be played while cruising the city to authentic loc’d-out vibes. Listen to the Never Miss title track now, and stay tuned for more.
Maka & Durkin take a deep dive into the unknown on their debut collaboration, Another Island. These two producers and songwriters have discovered some kind of magical bass Atlantis off the coast of their native Boston; after crafting wavy instrumentals for the likes of Michael Christmas and other underground favorites, they go solo with an artist EP as poppy as it is enjoyably experimental. Somewhere between a great first date and a screensaver come to life, Another Island melds tropical rhythms, video game sonics, and yearning melodies for a Fool’s Gold confection like none other. Listen now and watch the animated vids for each track by Ghostdad after the jump. Read More
“Waterworld” kicks off Maka & Durkin’s enjoyably wavy EP, Another Island (out 8/31). The two Boston-based producers and songwriters take a left-field approach to modern pop sonics, laying Maka’s yearning vocals over hybrid bass drops and layers upon layers of celestial synths, resulting in a tropical jam as catchy as it is futuristic. Listen now!
UK via LA duo Born Dirty have lived up to their name, birthing a catalog of filthy jams supported by DJs worldwide. Their tracks merge the worlds of house, bass, breaks and anything else with low end boom, and the insistent riff of “Sirens” might be their catchiest hybrid yet. Already a staple of A-Trak festival sets, you can now play it loud on a speakerbox near you.
Leaf’s debut album Trinity is out now everywhere, featuring summer jam “FWM (Lie To Me),” “Nada” feat Lil Yachty, and many more bad girl anthems. (TroyBoi’s banging remix of “Money” closes it out for good measure.) Listen now!
“Like That” is the latest Fool’s Gold firework from DJ / production duo Drunken Masters, following last year’s “Louder” featuring Portugal. The Man. This time they team with world champion DJ Rafik and vocalist Sofi de la Torre for a slow-burning, night-ending anthem as heavy as it is beautiful. Play loud!
Leaf’s fierce, empowered lyrics and innovative flow have earned her a spot at the forefront of a new generation of female MCs, praised everywhere from XXL to Vogue, Complex to Nylon. The meticulously-curated 13 tracks on her debut album Trinity (out 8/18) balance biting raps with Leaf’s gorgeous singing voice, honed at NYC’s famous performing arts school LaGuardia. Featuring singles “FWM (Lie To Me),” “Nada” feat. Lil Yachty, along with straight-shooting banger “I Don’t Like You” and irresistible “Weekend,” Leaf collaborated with an all star lineup of producers on Trinity, including Sonny Digital (Future, ILoveMakonnen), Soundz (Jeremih, Rae Sremmurd) and BHarv (Justin Bieber). Preorder the album now to get new single “Gimme Some” and more!