A Swedish based group called “Drop Out Orchestra” decided to put their own twist on Daft Punk’s catchy single, “Get Lucky” and added a bit more zest to the track. Compare and contrast for yourself, I imagine this version will also be getting spins at clubs/lounges since it does have a little extra umph. “Random Access Memories” will be available on iTunes and in stores, next Tuesday, May 21st. Enjoy.
As we almost bring our Neptunes series to a close we give you number 10/12. mocking up the “Diamonds” BBC Logo. Features and appearances from Pharrell, Jay-Z, Gucci Mane, NORE, Kelis, Lupe, Travis Barker, TI, Fam-Lay, Snoop Dogg and mnay more. Enjoy.
Skateboard P breaks down the entire process of how his experience of working with the legends came to be. A great watch, shouts to The Creators Project.
It’s been a minute, but Daft Punk is finally back with some new music, recently teasing their new song “Get Lucky” featuring Pharrell & Nile Rogers which is playing throughout the venue this weekend and next at the Coachella Festival and just premiered on the newest episode of Saturday Night Live. Daft Punk’s new album, Random Access Memories, will be out next month on May 17th.
The year was 2011 and Tyler, The Creator and the rest of the Odd Future crew was riding high off of the hype of various artists in the crew such as Earl Sweatshirt, Mellowhype, and Frank Ocean. Tyler, The Creator was busy as well with also working on his own freshman album, Goblin. Prior to the release of the album, Tyler was grabbing the attention of Hip Hop fans and various music fans alike with this over the top video Yonkers. From eating cockroaches, black pupils, and hanging himself, people couldn’t really comprehend Tyler’s whole vibe or if he was serious. Was it for shock value? Hardly. Tyler was just making music and letting his mind flow as if the whole world wasn’t watching. When Goblin came out, critical responses were mostly positive, and thus put Odd Future on the map, not only in Hip Hop, but on broadcast to the rest of the public. Two years, later the hype wasn’t as high with attention turned to other California artists. However out of the blue, Tyler dropped the visuals Domo23/Bimmer and the masses have been fiends for more. Now Tyler’s sophomore effort, Wolf, is here, but does it live up to the expectations that fans have of him ever since Goblin?
Back again, sorry for our lateness but we had to get some things in order. This week on The Other Side of The Planet we give you guys some art in the form of mp3′s. Number 8 of our ever-going series plays off of Pharrell’s “Places & Spaces” book that he released last year, with all 4 signature books on one cover, pretty dope right? Part 8 has records from Pharrell, Jay-Z, Kelis, Clipse, Mike E, Gloria Estfan, Snoop Dogg, Fam-Lay, Manami, Slim Thug, T.I., Omarion, Lupe Fiasco, Beenie Man, Madonna, Latrelle, Game, N*E*R*D, Busta Rhymes and more.
The usually smooth and sensual Robin Thicke seems to have another set of tricks up his sleeve in the fresh new single “Blurred Lines” which is kinda jamming. In this new visual he says some things he might not normally say to seem to get a reaction out of the women around him. Produced by none other than Pharrell Williams himself and T.I.. The video is actually really amusing, definitely something different from Thicke.
Ahh, the in between Neptunes weeks, non-paid friday for me is a treasure chest for some. This time around its part 5 of the Neptunes instrumentals with features and appearances per usual from Clipse, Pharrell, Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z, Kelis, Justin Timberlake N.O.R.E. and many more. Hit the break for the tape.
While the regular series comes back around next week, we faithfully give yall the 4th part of the instrumental pieces of the TOSOTP series. Features from Clipse, Kelis, Pharrell, Snoop Dogg, Slim Thug, Foxy Brown, Kenna, N.O.R.E, Madonna, ODB, Jay-Z and more. Enjoy.