San Diego rapper TTwice is back with this new visual,”Thang On Me” produced by Red Drum x Pappu,directed by johnny Rocket. Thang on me is basically what it is even tho he keeps a thangTwice is not tripping, because if it gets to that point…. With bars like “pipe down before you get ya lil feelings hurt Fade a nigga quick like a washed black t shirt” meaning these hands are the 1st option.From the album “On My Issue” now streaming on Spotify
FAR EAST MOVEMENT & BILLBOARD MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE: “DON’T SPEAK” FEATURING TIFFANY OF GIRLS’ GENERATION & KING CHAIN. NEW ALBUM AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE NOW: IDENTITY
Koreatown EDM pioneers Far East Movement have partnered with Billboard to premiere a brand new music video for their irresistible dance track “Don’t Speak” off their cross cultural collaborative album Identity. Far East Movement co-produced the bass popping feel good anthem alongside Taiwanese DJ King Chain. The music video was directed by DPD of Transparent Agency and stars K-pop songstress Tiffany of Girls’ Generation amongst a troupe of mesmerizing fan wielding dancers.
Far East Movement explains, “We’ve always had mad love for Tiffany and Girls’ Generation and were really impressed with her versatile range as a solo artist. We wanted to share this with our audience who may not be aware of all the amazing talent in Asia. For the video, we decided to explore all the emotions an artist goes through before they need to really turn it on. And throughout it all we are paying homage to our roots and Identity album concept by flipping a modern version of the classic Far East influenced fan dance.”
“Don’t Speak” is the third music video released from their new album Identitywhich debuted #1 on the iTunes Dance Album Chart and #7 on the Billboard Dance Album Chart. With the 11 track project, Far East Movement bridges the gap between their Asian and American cultures by collaborating with both renown American artists and electrifying Asian heavyweights including Macy Gray, Big K.R.I.T., Chanyeol from EXO, Jay Park, Soulja Boy, Hyolin from Sistar, Yoonmirae, Tinashe, Tiffany from Girls’ Generation among others. Album singles have hit #1 in China (Freal Luv), Korea (Freal Luv), Thailand (Don’t Speak), Taiwan (Don’t Speak), #2 in Malaysia (Don’t Speak) and #3 in Hong Kong (Don’t Speak). The official “Freal Luv” music video has garnered over 12 million YouTube views and over 4 million Spotify streams.
1. My Way (video) 2. Faye 3. Billboards 4. Shapes and Sizes 5. Never Forget feat. Valentino Lucas 6. Between Us feat. Cassow 7. Stay (video) 8. Count On Me 9. Stay (Bedroom Version)
Never Forget is the result of this City of Roses singer’s formative years in marathon sessions at After Hours studio. The then 16-year old would spend the warm, dry summers and cool, rainy winters quietly and methodically recording and producing music. Several of these records — such as “XXX,” Cash Flow,” and “I Know” — would spread across Soundcloud, cracking a million plays each. Inspired by 90’s R&B greats like Devante Swing and R. Kelly, TYuS connects a familiar sound with a fresh perspective.
Portland fans of all ages can catch TYuS in concert next Wednesday December 14th for his headlining show at Hawthorne Theater at 8pm. Tickets available HERE.
Two sons of North Carolina — who grew up three hours away from each other — will release new batches of music tomorrow, December 9th. Charlotte may be three times the size of Fayetteville, yet both cities hold disproportionately large children and teenager populations under 20 years old. Moderately educated, both Charlotte and Fayetteville have an unemployment rate of nearly 11% (which is twice as much as the state and national average) and over-index when compared to the nation’s crime rate.
Cole has previously tackled issues of cultural appropriation, materialism, relationships and more on his acclaimed output. On the heels of the dueling introspection found in his Mind of a Gemini mixtape, it is now Deniro Farrar’s turn to round out this year of forward-thinking music.
Today, Farrar unveiled a sneak peak into the first volume of his Red Book series using the frustration of the youth and the angst of marginalized groups. Inspired by the literature of the Black Panthers, the Charlotte-based “Cult Rap” leader explains to XXL, “I feel like we are lacking a lot of the fundamental tools we need in order to revolutionize. I just want to liberate the minds of the people so that we can come together as one and rise up against the crooked government, all evil, and oppression.”
The EP’s soundscape, soundscape anchored by Farrar’s raspy delivery and taut wordplay, instigate both thought and movement with an urgency expressed in the opening first lines: They’re playing a different game these days, man. It’s the long game. Pay attention.
It’s official. DJ Robby Dinero is now Wrongkind Ingles. He has been spinning everywhere on the west coast, while repping Inglewood and making a name for himself. Robby Dinero is more than just a DJ. Stay tuned. Follow him on social media. Check out new music fro DJ Robby Dinero below. Only on DubCNN. @djrobbydinero@thawrongkind
Today, hip-hop heavy-hitter Azad Right released the first single off of his “A Very Emotional EP”, which is dropping this Friday. The single, titled “Grind On Me”, goes hard; and is a good indication on what to expect on the project. Stay tuned to DubCNN for an Exclusive album review of “A Very Emotional EP”. Stream “Grind On Me” below. Follow Azad Right on Twitter.