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Freshies: Kid Cudi “Indicud”
The Kid is back. Three years off the radar, Mr. Rager has tapped into a new level of radness reppin’ his…“Indi” side. Taking on the producing duties solo this time around Cudi’s mojo still is dope, as he sets the tone of IndiCud with the opening line, “Once you can do anything, you can fly.”
Really though, homie is bumpin’ on his new album. With his steady electro-pop vibe, Cudi still keeps true to his hip-hop core with tracks like “Brothers” featuring A$AP, “Solo Dolo Part II feat. Kendrick Lamar, and “Girls” feat. Too Short. With obviously no shortage of colabs on Indicud, Scott Mescudi still holds his own on the other half of the album rhyming about his continual plights of sadness and come ups from wild nights from too may substance ingested; you’ll hear it all on his track “Cold Blooded”.
Watch Out For: Major Lazer
Calling it. This is the year of Major Lazer. Yes, Diplo, Switch, and crew have been making noise and gaining momentum since forming in 09’, but after a ridiculous performance at Coachella last weekend and the release of this week’s shmorgishborg of beats released on their new album “Free The Universe” we’re thinking Major Lazer will take over the world. With their 13 Mad Decent Block Parties slated to go down across the country this summer, we can only imagine the amount of hype that will build from the release of this latest album and the amount of body shaking that will ensue at each 8 hour dance party.
Video of the Week: Daft Punk
Just about to freak out over here waiting for Daft Punk’s next album release. The Creators Project have been putting together a mini-series teasing what we can find on the upcoming album from the robots. Check out their interview with Pharrell and how they came together with Nile Rogers to create “Get Lucky” a disco dance beat made for the tripsters of 2013.
Currently Obsessed With: Moby
Don’t laugh. We love Moby, and when we went to see him last week at the Sarah Tent at Coachella we were fully anticipating to indulge in 1998 emo-Moby. To our surprise we were introduced to DJ Moby. An entirely different artist, performer, creator, and hype man that we had never envisioned. We didn’t know this bald genius had it in him to create such an intense dance vibe and well produced show. We literally danced our asses off and fell in love with a whole new man. If you haven’t recently, revisit him- the old AND the new you’ll hopefully fall in love again too.