Asheru is one of the most consistently dope hip-hop artists DC has ever produced. On “Funky DC,” Asheru teams up with Washington’s own The Funk Ark for an afrobeat workout that pays fond tribute to the nation’s capital.
59 years ago James Dean died in a tragic car accident. Though Morrissey’s “Suedehead” isn’t directly about Dean, the video is an homage to him.
Father Funk murders it with “Sunshine,” and it’s a free download.
“One Way Street” from the self-titled Aerosmith album has always been my favorite Aerosmith song by a long shot.
“Hey QT” is two producers poking fun at the pop music industry and creating a candy-colored nightmare of cross-marketing capitalism.
Most folks that follow dance music these days probably recognize the bass riff and synth line from “What I Like” by Anthony and the Camp. But the OG is where it is at for me.
Boss UK bass music by the Owiny Sigoma Band on Gilles Peterson‘s Brownswood Recordings label.
Kelela is a phenomenal singer/songwriter who is pushing the boundaries of R&B with her futuristic, eerie yet enchanting song stylings.
Pied Piper’s reworking of Marvin Gaye’s immortal “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)” is one of the deepest, most respectful remix I’ve ever heard anywhere.
I may be a wee bit obsessed with KING. After melting in adoration over their recent single, I had to revisit it in Vibe Conductor style.