We found out last month that Gorillaz’s highly-anticipated LP is apparently finished and now we may come across the LP’s possible tracklist, although it’s yet to be confirmed by the band). If you go online to the Phonographic Performance Limited’s (PPL) website and search ‘GORILLAZ’, you’re going to come across 19 tracks — one of them being “Hallelujah Money” — six interludes and an intro all noted with 2017 as the release date.
PPL is a UK-based music licensing company and performance rights organization that collects royalties from radio stations on behalf of record labels. We’ve yet to see an official release date for the Gorillaz’s upcoming album, but to see this list surface certainly makes us even more excited. The leaked unconfirmed tracklist includes features from D.R.A.M., Vince Staples, Popcaan, Kali Uchis, Danny Brown and many others. The group has yet to comment at time of publish, but we’ll be sure to keep you in the loop on any updates. Check out the leaked unconfirmed tracklist below and enjoy!
Leaked Unconfirmed Tracklist:
Andromeda (Feat. D.R.A.M.)
Ascension (Feat. Vince Staples)
Busted And Blue
Carnival (Feat. Anthony Hamilton)
Charger (Feat. Grace Jones)
Circle Of Friendz (Feat. Brandon Markell Holmes)
Halfway To The Halfway House (Feat. Peven Everett)
Hallelujah Money (Feat. Benjamin Clementine)
Interlude: Elevator Going Up
Interlude: New World
Interlude: Talk Radio
Interlude: The Elephant
Interlude: The Non-conformist Oath
Intro: I Switched My Robot Off
Let Me Out (Feat. Mavis Staples & Pusha T)
Momentz (Feat. De La Soul)
Out Of Body (Feat. Kilo Kish, Zebra Katz & Imani Voshana)
Saturnz Barz (Feat. Popcaan)
Sex Murder Party (Feat. Jamie Principle & Zebra Katz)
She’s My Collar (Feat. Kali Uchis)
Strobelite (Feat. Peven Everett)
Submission (Feat. Danny Brown & Kelela)
The Apprentice (Feat. Rag’n’bone Man, Zebra Katz & Ray BLK)
Ticker Tape (Feat. Carly Simon & Kali Uchis)
We Got The Power (Feat. Jehnny Beth)
Source: Fact Mag
NGHTMRE has just dropped an hourlong prior mix leading into Miami Music Week and Ultra Music Festival. The mix kicks off with his heavy VIP remix of “Street” and closes things out with his brand new remix of DJ Snake’s “Here Comes The Summer” feat. Mr Hudson.
He also includes the works of other talent bass acts like Herobust with “Vertebreaker“, Jauz with “Claim To Be“, KRANE and Jupe with “Seventeen” and many others. This year, NGHTMRE will be making his debut at Ultra and said in an interview with 1001Tracklists that plans on dropping several unreleased tracks.
He has an EP in the works and says the first single to come off the project will be “On The Run” so be on the lookout for that. Until then, stream NGHTMRE’s heavy 55+ minute mix below and enjoy!
NGHTMRE – Street (VIP)
Slander & Yookie ft. Jinzo – After All (Kompany & Wooli Remix)
Herobust – Vertebreaker
Krimer – Die
Slander – Dead (NGHTMRE Remix)
Jauz – Claim 2 Be
Matroda x Migos – Bad And Boujee (VIP Edit)
Ricky Remedy – Watch Me
KRANE & Jupe – Seventeen
Party Favor – WAWA
Migos – T-Shirt (Benzi & Chuwe Edit)
w/ Herobust – Dirt Heater Tea
graves & Coolights – Say Things (Crankdat Re-Crank)
Flosstradamus & NGHTMRE – Lighters Up
Flux Pavilion & NGHTMRE ft. Jamie Lewis – Feel Your Love (Late Remix)
Travis Scot ft. Kendrick Lamar – Goosebumps (NGHTMRE Remix)
Keys N Krates – Dum Dee Dum (NGHTMRE Remix)
Franky Nuts – Lets Get It
Zeds Dead & NGHTMRE ft. GG Magree – Frontlines (Aazar Remix)
DJ Snake ft. Mr Hudson – Here Comes The Night (NGHTMRE Remix)
After months of speculation and rumored release dates, Drake finally premiered his new playlist “More Life” on OVO Sound Radio tonight. The 22-track project is now available on all streaming services. We weren’t sure if this was going to be a compilation for OVO artists or all new music from Drake, but the 6 God has blessed us with the latter. The only previously released song was the massively popular “Fake Love.”
Many artists had been posting pictures with #MoreLife on social media this week, and we are lucky enough to get full features from lots of them – Kanye West, Young Thug, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz and more all contribute vocals to the project. The genres range from from grime to dancehall to straight hip-hop; no matter which style of Drake you like, there will be something for you here. Hit play on the first of these 22 tracks below and listen for the next couple hours. Enjoy!
As the world collapses, dragging its unwilling inhabitants into insanity, a few things, fortunately, remain true. The man who’s contributed to the development of the JAK sound on behalf of the Nation community from Lake Michigan to the Dutch west coast, where he became well known for several EPs released on Creme Organization Records, is back. After two full-length albums, dozens of EPs and action in the 2AM/FM project, DMC has gained well-earned respect as an underground artist. We are very pleased to bring this little return to the JAK beat style.
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New year, new start and a long overdue introduction of some female sensibilities into the Slow Motion stable. System Olympia hails from Calabria and was formerly part of London based Royalty. You know the drill by now, tear jerking synths, chest crushi…
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