[ELECTRONIC] Inell Young - What Do You See In Her (DJ Yamin Remix)
Supposedly Inell Young wrote “What do you see in her” as a response to famed NOLA producer Eddie Bo. He continued to record with Mary Jane Hooper but refused to work with Young until she became clean from heroin. Young supposedly died soon after recording this song, although it’s not clear if it was accidental or on purpose.
Musically, the song is seriously funky while melancholic at the same time. I spruced up the beats and added some tongue in cheek cuts.
Download the new single “Love Is” by reggae artist Courtney John, who comes from a school of classic lovers rock. Courtney John’s mission is simple– to make music that transcends time and leaves listeners happy and lifted. Descending from a long line of reggae greats, the singer is proud to continue the legacy with his latest offering From Letters To Words out July 17th on FiWi Music. This ten-track album is flavored with lovers rock melodies incorporating a little bit of the old and a lot of new.”
Music is in Courtney John’s blood, being part of the family that spawned reggae great Beres Hammond and a number of others involved in the business aspect of the industry. Collaborations with international musicians Nelly Furtado and Michael Franti have also help to push John’s artistic boundaries. “I like to explore the limits of what I am doing and find other ways that I can use my talent,” the singer said. His distinctive sound and writing abilities has been sought after by some of the biggest names in Jamaican music having contributed to the chart topping hits Cant’ Stop A Man by Beres Hammond, Shining Time by Marcia Griffiths and The One Pop Reggae album by Sly & Robbie which earned a 2011 Grammy Nomination.
However, the once studio-bound musician and label head is taking his arsenal of music and preparing for extensive touring in support of From Letters to Words. Beginning the summer of 2012 and carrying well into 2013, fans can catch Courtney John performing their favorites songs all across The UK, Europe, The United States and the Caribbean Festival circuit.
[BASS MUSIC] Kimbra - Settle Down (Barbaric Merits Remix) MP3
Barbaric Merits remixed the shit out of “Bad Girls” and it may have been the crunkest one of the bunch. This was submitted in earmilk.com’s remix competition which it didn’t place in. Some of TaKo’s favorite remixes are overlooked in competitions for having too much swag. Unofficial remixes are way headier anyways…
Little Dragon releases a new track which is now available for purchase on iTunes. They did not disappoint TaKo and his expectations were unrealistically high due to the awesomeness of their last album, Ritual Union.