Following his club banger “Day One” Lyxx hits us with another catchy, club friendly track produced by Beat Attikz, titled after the main character of hit 1970’s-80’s television series The Jefferson’s. Lyxx has been nothing but consistent this year, maintaining his buzz leading up to his EP release.
Doja Cat, an 18 year old wildchild from Los Angeles, gifts us with this sweet version of her popular song, So High. We’re keeping a strong eye on Doja and our ear to the streets. We wont say much about her now, but we’ll have much to say soon. Enjoy.
In August, Minnesota newcomer Spooky Black released the video for ‘DJ Khaled Is My Father.’ Spoiler alert: The song has nothing to do with DJ Khaled.
The video, shot, directed and edited by @gabebroderick and sukaisupa is true to his overall lo-fi, low budget aesthetic that appeals to the secret Lil B fan in us all (Re: me). Don’t tell Spooky that, though. The teen internet sensation is no fan of comparison, having tweeted that it’s “the laziest way of interpreting music.”
The weekly edition of highlighting the top 5 tumblrs of the week is officially back and we’re ready to share some of the most entertaining, interesting & just overall amazing blogs, that we have come across this week. I’m not even going to give you a briefing of what to expect to, hit the link and see for yourself.
Sudanese producer Sinkane brings us minimalistic vibes and cued dancing for the fall season with his visuals for “How We Be.” The feeling of being carefree increases as the song goes on. The dancing is perfection and will make you want to join as well.
There is hope in the world. There hasn’t been a depletion of actual lyrical and versatile dancing forms. We appreciate you, Sinkane. View the video below.