This was definitely one of the standout tracks off of Daft Punk’s latest offering. This instrumental & Pharrell’s voice were just made for each other. This should be the perfect thing to help you get your week started.
This is quite the ode to old-school electronics. James Houston recently released this video of him in a dry swimming pool with a ton of retro electronics, which he uses to create a song. Pretty dope.
Drake is gearing up for the release of his newest album, Nothing Was The Same, which is set to release on September 24th. These are the two different versions of the album cover. One is for the regular copy, and one is for the deluxe.
We’ve all seen the guys standing on street corner spinning promotional signs. While most are less than enthusiastic about the job, there are a group of street dancers that take the profession very serious. Street performers Erik Argote, Kadeem Johnson, Justin Brown and Ray Rivera have created this video, under the moniker “Daft Signz”, to showcase their sign spinning talents as they break it down to Daft Punk’s “Lose Yourself To Dance”.
Are you overwhelmed by the amount of Breaking Bad things on the internet right now? Of course not. Which is good, because this is possibly the dopest of them all. Using a bunch of tools that you might find in a meth lab, this guys covers the Breaking Bad theme song.
SchoolBoy Q & Kendrick Lamar make one amazing duo. I have yet to hear a song that features the both of them that I don’t like. This is the video for SchoolBoy’s song, Collard Greens. Look for this to be featured on his upcoming album, Oxymoron.
In this video check out G-Eazy and his life on the America’s Most Wanted Tour. The tour features artists such as Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, and T.I. It looks like it’s been pretty wild so far.
Following up their Artist Labels Series, Beck’s Beer just dropped this new video featuring Kid Cudi. Shot by Ill Roots, mixing digital and analog VHS, the 2min video is a behind-the-scenes look at Cudi’s life in studio – offering insight into how he recorded his latest album, and how he came to design his own Beck’s beer bottle. Take a look.