Here is the new track from Bobby Ray’s upcoming mixtape EPIC (Every Play is Crucial) featuring some of the South’s finest. This mixtape comes served as an appetizer in anticipation for B.O.B.’s second album, Strange Clouds, which should drop some time early next year. Five on the Kush brings a soulful swag, kind of reminds me of that track Outkast did with UGK way back when, International Players Anthem. Bring em’ to church Bobby!
B.O.B. – Five on the Kush feat. Bun B and Big K.R.I.T.
Dirty South is a Serbian born Austrailian producer who I first discovered with his remix of “Coming Home,” by Dirty Money. He has a pretty long list of hits and with “Alive,” he combined with Thomas Gold and Kate Elsworth. Then the Hungarian electronic duo, and this is really their name, Tits and Clits, took Dirty South’s hit, and really took it to another level. I remember my Dad using tits as an adjective all the time when I was younger, “that car is tits,” but you don’t hear that too often anymore, hopefully these Hungarians will make it cool again.
Over the past summer I think I have listened to Avicii’s “Levels,” over a hundred times. Around the same time I discovered, “Levels,” I had another Avicii track called “Penguin.” It was another simple, yet addicting piano track with no vocals. This later came to be “Fade Into Darkness,” as well as “Collide,” by Leona Lewis. Originally Leona’s producer used the track without Avicii’s permission, however after a quick court dispute, he is now referenced as the producer. This just goes to show the versatility of his music. Check them both out and decide your favorite.