—If you enjoy a roller coaster of emotion during your listening experience, Pretty Lights’ “You Get High” might be the catalyst to start your day.
I’ll let you decide if this track is hip-hop, funk and/or electronic, but Denver artist Derek Smith a.k.a. Pretty Lights, is blurring the genre lines quite nicely.
Sometimes it’s nice to appreciate a song by its technical aspects and construction, but “You Get High” makes a great argument for people who believe it’s all about the feeling the music gives you, rather than what you think it should conform to.
Creative people are constantly making first impressions, whether they know it or not. As such, they should always strive to be impactful with their work. Case in point: “Silence” by Chuck feat. élah, talented newcomers to Toronto’s amazing bang soul music scene.
Is there really enough limelight to share with Rocky? We’re about to find out. Out of the A$AP camp (and with a mob of accomplices), comes Ferg with “Work.” A well-known cliché yes, but one that never grows tired.
These days it seems like I’m scouring the nether regions of blogs just to find a new face in the game. And yet, it’s always worth it to the find the diamond in the rough. So introducing Young Roddy (friend of Curren$y), who brings a refreshing educated vibe… but with an attitude.
Faded late summer nights need to be accompanied by the appropriate soundtrack–Toronto singer/songwriter sAvidA supplies that with “Stun”. A perfect song for zoning out with your girl ...and her friend.