Here’s a slice of psychedelic funk from the Funkadelic’s 1976 release Tales of Kidd Funk album.
Samuel Jonathan Johnson brings the funk with this in-the-pocket classic, “Sweet Love,” off his one and only album entitled My Music.
With a bit of moombahton chug and a whole lot of twerk, Skullee delivers a club banger of a remix with his bootleg of Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s “The Next Episode.” Free download!
You have to love positive rappers! Dee-1 from New Orleans keeps it bouncing while pushing higher goals and challenging the status quo head on.
Hip-hop artist/producer Donwill and rapper Dash Speaks venture into some experimental sounds, with the same focus on consistent rhyme skills and inventive concepts.
For Rap music (I’ll refrain from using the term hip-hop to describe this song), the Summer 2014 anthem was the explicit version of Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Boy.”
The Black Eyed Peas started out as a respectable rap group, turning out albums of inventive alternative hip-hop. The throwback vibe of the “Joints & Jam” single from their 1998 debut album Behind the Front gets an updating from Navy Shade, bringing the song right up to the present day.
Crazily talented producer/MC/DJ Stro Elliot recently posted this bit of fun on his SoundCloud, flipping some classic Nintendo themes into a banging track.
DJ Snake teams up with none other than Lil Jon on the massive “Turn Down For What.”
Skeewiff present us with the bouncing hip-hop samba, “Blame It On Rio,” featuring hip-hop legend Bam (Jungle Brothers).