The Mexican brothers, Sailors, strike back with a phenomenal remix to Ariana Grande’s beautiful song, “Cadillac Song.” They’ve managed to take a pure radio pop song, and turn it into something great, with their special touch of tropical house. Perfect for this fine summer morning. Don’t forget to grab yourselves a free copy of this one!
Today, I’ll be reviewing some of the best wobbles I’ve heard in a while. I’ve been a fan of Tasha Baxter’s voice since her feat with Feed Me on “Strange Behaviour,” three years ago. Now, she teams up with the new act known as Au5, who is known for the chill vibes he projects with each and every single one of his tracks, even though this one’s a bit grimy. Have a listen to this new single, “Snowblind,” which should keep you satisfied for the day, and do not forget to support the release!
Passive piano, smooth synth, and calm chorus create a romantic, ambient, melodic mood in LAIS’ song “For You”. One almost gets lost in the relaxed sound of the refrain. This is the perfect instrumental to be accompanied by Skizzy’s raspy rap. More vaguely put by LAIS (and discreetly saying that they’re giving us a smoking song):
Me & @SkizzyMars on some wavy shit.
— LAIS (@LIVELAISED) August 29, 2014
After Skizzy’s first verse, there is a meaningful interlude which in summary explains a very common introspective experience where people are stricken with the feeling of regret from their poor choices as compared to their current idealistic views. The entire piece entertains the idea of polyamory and the amusing thought of a threesome which is remarkably complementary to the seductive instrumental.
Pell, who is this guy? Well, after checking out his brand new music video, you’ll probably be happy to know who he is. In late May, the New Orleans emcee released his 14-track album “Floating While Dreaming”, which includes “Runaway”, the song that got some fresh visuals for us to enjoy the music even more. Peep the music video above and consider buying his album as it contains fourteen gems for only 2.99$!
Another feel good tropical house track comes your way covering John Mayer’s Who Says. Matoma actually brought the sound of John Mayer into the realms of tropical house first in his track Free Faillin, but in no way is this track second to it. Wherever you are, we wish you happy vibes and hope you can relax to this track!