On a glum, rainy day Tuesday like this, we all need a little listening pleasure to help us through. Thankfully, two of our finest house exports Mall Grab and FrancisInfernoOrchestra have delivered just that.
Teaming up for an all-Aussie session on Dekmantel Radio last week, this hefty mix delves into a cluster of eclectic disco cuts and staple tracks from the pair, who bounce back and forth for nearly 2-hours.
Stream the mix below and let these blokes help you get your Tuesday moving along!
Gucci Mane has alway had a great eye for finding superstar acts in their early stages including Young Thug, Migos, and Mike Will Made-It. Continuing his scouting of the next breakout star, Gucci has signed new protege Hoodrich Pablo Juan. The newly-signed 1017 Eskimo act links with well-known marketing guru Sour Matt a for the release of his new concept EP, ‘South Dark’.
Produced entirely by Kenny Beats, featuring Young Thug-protege Duke and fellow ATL rising star Baby Uiie, the Atlanta rapper is perhaps the most consistent out right now, with each consecutive featured verse, song, and tape going crazier than the last; ‘South Dark’ delivers just that.
From the new 7-track EP, Hoodrich Pablo is receiving a lot of praise for his highly-anticipated new video, “Do This”. Sour Matt A&R’s the new project and is credited to handling high-profile brands including Colt 45 and successful Japanese-based clothing line, Lonerism.
Gucci Mane announced the recent signing of new talent along with fellow hot ATL recording artist Lil Wop. With Atlanta at the top of music right now, Hoodrich Pablo Juan’s alignment with Gucci Mane is a safe foreseeable prophecy that we have ATL’s next generation of superstar.
Watch Hoodrich’s new video “Do This” above and check out his new project courtesy of Spotify below.
Their lead single “Western Expedition” bounces back to West Coast gangsta rap with custom low riders and also pays a special tribute to MC Special One from the 90’s duo Conscious Daughters and their 1994 hit “Something To Ride To (Fonky Expedition).” Capitalizing on the heat of the new single, South Central Los Angeles brother and duo known as Young Giantz release their new EP titled, ‘2000 Ninetiez’.
A concept project that celebrates the 25 years of pioneering West Coast Hip-Hop. The 13-track project that respectfully tribute to the classic G-Funk era of West Coast Hip-Hop. Recruiting producer Dae One (Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg), the guys also worked with G-Funk veterans DJ Battlecat and Jelly Roll.
The brothers on new EP:
“2000 Ninetiez is the perfect description of our sound because the 90’s era is why we’re madly in love with music. The authenticity and fearlessness of that time is still very influential to us and we bring that same energy mixed with a freshness of our current time.”
Give ‘2000 Ninetiez’ a listen below, courtesy of Spotify.
California-born but Seattle-raised act formerly known as Divide the Poet arises from the underground with the new name of Diveyede and EP, titled, ‘The Infinite’.
A prelude to his forthcoming 2018 album, ‘The Infinite’ is a 5-track EP, produced majority by Smoke M2D6. Focusing on his superior lyrical abilities, Diveyede delivers a body of work filled with addressing personal experiences and clever display of conscious Hip-Hop. The EP also delivers Diveyede debut single off his upcoming 2018 release titled, “Cerberus”.
Checkout the new EP below.
Diveyede’s resume includes sharing the stage with well-known indie acts Zion I and Homeboy Sandman.