SANGO – IN THE COMFORT OF

Sango’s new album ‘In The Comfort Of’ is “inspired by the idea that comfort and being comfortable doesn’t always have to mean complacency. Comfort is almost like being confident,” the Seattle-based producer told HighSnobiety. “You know enough to be comfortable. Complacent is like being too set and not caring, it’s like settling almost. So it’s…

JARAMI – WINGS [FT. PELL & JESSE BOYKINS III]

JARAMI are a production duo hailing from Sweden, about whom debut single ‘Wings’ gives us more than enough to get excited.  The track comes with a couple of high profile features in the form of Soul vocalist Jesse Boykins III and New Orleans rapper Pell.  It’s a bouncy number that carefully blends Soul and R&B with a touch…

OZAY MOORE – THE BETWEEN TIME EP

Seattle Hip Hop veteran Ozay Moore’s career spans 20 years thus far. The most recent singing to Illect Recordings  has shared the stage with legends such as De La Soul, Ludacris, Binary Star and countless others.  Ozay has been progressing as an artist since he began and continues to innovate to keep fans guessing.  His…

THEOPHILUS LONDON – TRIBE

The upbeat ‘Tribe’ from Theophilus London’s ‘Vibes’ album gets the visual treatment in a new dance-focused, NY Times-premiered video.  With executive production from Kanye West, the track has a kind of ‘Love Lockdown’ feel to it.  The video sees London dancing around in some gold skinnies with backup dancers who later end up in a beautiful…

THEOPHILUS LONDON – VIBES

Theophilus London lets loose his latest album ‘Vibes’ on SoundCloud long before it’s official release date on November 4.  Although there is plenty of clever lyricism and production on the record, what shines through is that it’s essentially a good-time, Pop album that just happens to weave in plenty of Hip Hop and R&B as…

DOMINIC SERENDIP – GOD GONE MAD

  Dominic Serendip’s ‘God Gone Mad’ is a ten track collection of ultra-modern beats, over which NY rapper/singer Serendip and his expertly-selected team of featured MCs (including Mike Jones, After The Smoke & Jesse Boykins III) seamlessly trade bars and hooks.  The tone ranges from a Trap-py tribute to Biggie on ‘Notorious’ to the sensual…