This week’s #5NewTracks list consists of Joe Ghost, Run DMT, Art Beatz, and more.
FredysOnTheBeat & RoboCat – Light On (Submitted)
Making music that reenacts moments, or feelings are what I think resonates most with people. Said moments occur in the record as the big bass clobbers the piano keys about forty seconds into the track. It is utterly disrespectful, might I say. The production duo—FredysOnTheBeat & RoboCat—did not come to play with any of you. I’m just happy I am on their side.
Joe Ghost – Believe In You featuring Joee De Simone (Submitted)
Wanting to escape from a current reality is something we can all identify with, seriously. People pray to get away all the time. And if prayer does not work, they turn to other things. Fortunately, I don’t have the time to go down that rabbit hole. Nonetheless, I cannot help but think about “What They Say” by Maya Janes Coles. If you are not familiar with House music, it is the song that “Truffle Butter” samples. How’s that for a Deep House tune? It gets you to think, deeply and dance.
Run DMT – Dub, The People VIP featuring Werd 2 Jah (Submitted)
I don’t think there’s a Dubstep song that I can hear and dislike. It embodies everything that I like, personally. Fast inaudible rapping, on a beat-per-minute count, that matches the tempo and a unique voice. All of the above are evident in this audio file.
FWLR & JELO – Birth of the Anti Hero (Submitted)
Industrial and sexy as hell, the “Birth of the Anti Hero” is essential to your weekend party playlists. Need I say more? I’ll let the infectious sounds speak for themselves.
Bonnie X Clyde & Purge – Torn (Submitted)
I’d say making someone out to be your saviour isn’t the best thing to do because people let you down. But don’t mind me. The people who made the track are full grown adults. They know which messages they are trying to convey. Therefore, I will let them carry on.
Art Beatz – TricKster (Submitted) (Bonus)
If I didn’t know better, I’d say that I could hear Paper Diamond spinning this record at one of his live shows. The trap Halloween-themed track features cliché wolf howls, warped vocals, and the infamous countdown section of most “spicy” Electronic Dance Music.