This is indescribably mad. You’ll either love or hate this remix of Azealia Banks by Mister Gray, but it’s a free download. Just don’t operate any heavy machinery while you’re listening to it- your brains will probably blow up.
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Dirty rapper Azealia Banks has released this sick track for download. Yea.
Jamie cullum did it first years ago with his cover of ‘Frontin’ by N*E*R*D, and it hasn’t really been done since. Then I see this cover by Wouter Hamel, a Dutch jazz/pop crossover artist. It felt a bit wrong but it comes out good in the end. I think…
Huge, huge huge fan of this dirty b****. Only one more day before we find out who will take over the pop charts for the next twelve months! I think we all know who it will be…
Continuing with the 90′s theme for today, this is one stomper of a revival track. Azealia Banks should do a take on this. Check out here.
My ears tell me this girl does no wrong. Soooo good.
Not to sound sad but this is one of my favourite moments of the year- when the BBC Sound of 2012 list is revealed. If you are unaware of how important this list of musicians is, check out the same list from 2011 and see how many predictions are household names now. This list is a big, big deal- so get used to the names this year because you’ll be hearing from them a lot in the next twelve months. The list is compiled by music bigshots. The top five will be revealed in the week commencing 2 January. Here’s the full list:
- A$AP Rocky
- Azealia Banks – featured in October.
- Dot Rotten
- Dry The River – featured in November.
- Flux Pavilion
- Frank Ocean
- Jamie N Commons
- Lianne La Havas – featured in November.
- Michael Kiwanuka – featured in April.
- Niki & The Dove – featured in June 2010.
- Ren Harvieu – featured in November.
- Spector – featured in July.
- Stooshe – featured in March.
I’m proud of the number of artists on that list that I featured before… Boasting over and done with now!
Be warned, don’t be tricked into thinking this is a cuddly song from the picture- this song is a bit filthy. If Missy Elliott was current, this is what she would sound like. There’s a very strong, fresh, dirty New York beat to this. Check out here.