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Miami group Flight School Preps’ free album, BlackMarketED, dropped and without a doubt will suprise those who don’t know them. The solid production, handled mostly by the duo BlackMarket, strikes a perfect laid back vibe. Starting with the colorful first notes of “Let Me In,” opening the album sounding like the slowed down and wobbly keys of Flight Facilities’ “Crave You.” “Dolla On A Dream” has the kind of low-key catchiness of 50 Cent’s most successful choruses, and if “Dat Funk” doesn’t put you in some kind of mood, you might still be stuck in winter. This album is going down as one of the best hip-hop surprises of 2013
Hands down the best album of the year for me which so happens to also be the best EDM album of the year is Disclosure’s Settle. I can’t stop listening to this album and every time I listen, it puts this big smile on my face. Flume got on the band wagon to remix one of the top tracks “You & Me” and in my opinion made it even better, dancier, more uptempo flow. Perfect for any dance floor. If you were disappointed with the Daft Punk don’t worry Disclosure and Flume got you covered.
Hard hitting and at the top of his game Action Bronson is back with this serious remix of “Strictly 4 My Jeeps”. LL Cool J and Lloyd Banks rep Queens and hop on the official remix of Action Bronson’s “Strictly 4 My Jeeps.”
If your building that perfect summer mix you’d better have RAC on your radar. RAC’s does what they do best, taking Gentleman Hall’s “Sailing Into The Sun” and turned it into an airy, bouncy remix that’s perfect for those sunny, carefree days.
Jungle’s hot new track and video for “Platoon” is downright awesome. First off, you’ve got an awesomely cute 6-year-old B-girl dancing to a smooth and infectious late-night summer track with hints of Breakbot, Metronomy, and a dash of – dare I suggest – Daft Punk, “Platoon” is so funky in the most unassuming way. Of course, though, the cute video is the highlight.