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CUJA - NEW BITCH, WHO DIS?

Music, Original MixAlli LindseyComment

As female empowerment continues to sweep the globe, women from all walks of life are celebrating the cause. With three female rappers on this year’s XLL Freshman Class, feminine art is being honored in all of its mediums. In an ode to self-empowerment, super-babe and rising pop songstress Cuja delivers, “New Bitch, Who Dis?” This vibrant cut is ripe with soulful vocals that parade around the track’s righteous mantra. Anchored to an electrifying production style with hip-hop cadences , this spitfire single is reminiscent of Ariana Grande with Cuja’s signature tattooed throughout its entirety. Check into this space of girl power and self-love today.

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SLOW MAGIC - DAYDREAM FEAT. JULIANNE HOPE

MusicKelsey JamesComment

We’re living in a “Daydream” while listening to Slow Magic. Last Friday, the masked indie-electronic producer released the first installment to his project titled Dreams Pt.. 1. This double-single project is the first original from Slow Magic aside from a series of remixes released this year. The EP starts with the upbeat and pop-fused “Daydream” featuring Julianne Hope. Though it’s a lot more lyrical-focused than what our imaginary friend typically puts out, we are digging the infectious grooving melodies. Give it a listen now.

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[PREMIERE] POORCHOICE X CAM SANDERS - SAY SO (FEATURING VERONICA BRAVO)

Music, Original Mix, PREMIERESara NatkinsComment

Kyle Braun is a 21-year-old producer hailing from New York who began releasing music in 2016 under the name Poorchoice. The project's first success on a large scale came when he released a remix of “Chateau” by R&B artist Blackbear in June of 2017. The remix currently has over 600,000 streams on his Soundcloud and has even garnered support from Blackbear himself. Drawing inspiration from acts such as Porter Robinson, Grey, The Chainsmokers, and Illenium, Poorchoice continues to shape his sound around catchy vocal melodies, classic house drums, all while trying to create emotion driven moments in his music. In 2019, Poorchoice has already released a plethora of music including collaborations with Veronica Bravo, Big Z and KVMO. He has many more collaborations, solo productions, as well as remixes lined up for the remainder of 2019 in what is shaping up to be the biggest year of his career so far.

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MEL ODY - HORIZON

MusicKelsey JamesComment

Mel Ody returns with another genre-bending hit: “Horizon.” The Athens, Greece-based artist has played with a variety of genres in his previous singles and with this release, he dives into an uptempo drum & bass tune featuring powerful, but not overbearing vocals. Mel Ody explains that “Horizon” “was created for everyone who wants to dance alongside the sunset and have a good time during the summer,” and that’s definitely what “Horizon” accomplishes.

With five singles already under his belt from 2019 alone, you’re going to want to follow along with Mel Ody as he continues to hone in on his vibrant sound.

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SCARS - FEAT. LUNA GREY

Music, Original MixAlli LindseyComment

Following the exciting release of “Scars” featuring Luna Grey, producer and drummer COFRESI delivers a thunderous music video to parallel the wicked cut. Exploring a monochromatic pallet of white and grey, the music video follows the portrayed insanities of Luna Grey in a straight jacket. As she hurls herself about, falling in and out of reality, chopped vocals and electro-rock cadences oscillate her chaos. A sinister visual to a in impressive single, “Scars” has come full circle in terms of creative direction. Listen and watch today.

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GRAVES - I'M FINE FT. EZI (JUUKU FLIP)

Music, Original MixAlli LindseyComment

Making steadfast gains in his early career, anonymous producer juuku returns with remix of Graves’ “I’m Fine” ft. EZI. Giving the original cut a charming treatment, juuku layers the track with dazzling sound design and emotive chord progressions. The remix ascends a fascinating crescendo that quickly drops into staggered digital bits. Prompting an immersive listening experience, juuku continues to solidify himself as exciting act to watch this year.

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HABSTRAKT - DE LA STREET

Music, Original MixAlli LindseyComment

A distinguished outline of quick-witted sound design, Habstrakt just delivered his latest single, “De La Street.” Born from the spaces that exist between house and trap, this original joint has already solidified its place as a festival-ready relic. Dance-floor-equipped and wicked to boot, Habstrakt proves that his mathematic and technical attention to detail breeds a resonance similar to that of a lightning strike. Listen today.

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LAUREL LAXXES - SOMEWHERE NEW (FEAT. GAVIN BEACH)

Music, Original MixAlli LindseyComment

Spreading his Australian influence across the globe, Laurel Laxxes enlists vocalist Gavin Beach to unveil “Somewhere New.” This mellow single tracks gated drum kicks with sultry lyricism to set a new standard for alternative-electronic music. Esteemed for its subtly tropical aromas, “Somewhere New” is a hybrid dance cut that ultimately establishes Laurel Laxxes as one of the most innovate emerging producers in the land down under. Void of chaotic turns and transitions, “Somewhere New” is an atmospheric triumph that minimizes thunderous EDM cadences while remaining true to its influence.

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CRYWOLF - DRIP (MIELO REIMAGINATION)

Music, RemixAlli LindseyComment

Following the well-received unveiling of his widow [OBLIVION pt. 1] album, LA-based multi-instrumentalist and producer Crywolf is casting colleagues and new-found producers alike for his release of The OBLIVION [Reimagined]. The debut curtain call for the forthcoming remix catalog goes to Chicago-based producer Mielo. With three years of success under his belt, the versatile producer gives an 80s inspired treatment to “DRIP.” While the original joint was cut with geometric soundscapes and syncopated melodies, Mielo rinses out the track with a bit of buoyancy. A slow, narcotic intro complements Crywolf’s haunting signature sound, later blossoming into a futuristic network of punchy drum kicks and electrifying synths. A gritty film cascades atop echoing vocals, projecting colorful shadows throughout this dynamic remix. An immersive listening experience, Mielo’s clever sound design stands as the archetypal introduction to Crywolf’s The OBLIVION [Reimagined]. Watch this space.

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