At first glance, I thought this might be a remix that Post Malone single, but that would have been super weird and ill-advised. Fortunately, this is actually the lead single from Onyx’s upcoming Rap/Rock project, Black Rock, which takes its inspiration from the song Sticky and Fredro recorded for the soundtrack to the film Judgment Night way back in 1993. Stream “I’ma Fuckin Rockstar” featuring Skyzoo below and look for the LP to arrive on February 16th.
Black Rock tracklist:
2. Black Rock feat. DJ Nelson
3. What U Want From Me
4. Blinded By The Light feat. Optimus
5. I’ma Fuckin Rockstar feat. Skyzoo
6. Lighters Intro
8. Greatest Day feat. Optimus
9. O.D. feat. R.A. The Rugged Man
10. Love Is A Gun
11. Point Em Out
12. Chasing The Devil feat. Optimus, Sickflow, Snak The Ripper
Also be on the lookout for Skyzoo’s In Celebration Us, due out this coming Friday.
Kemba returns with a new remix Grime artist JME’s “No You Ain’t”. Check it out below where I’ve also included the previously released “LoveGoes.”
Willie The Kid rolls out a new short film called The Fly that is also accompanied by a 4-track EP brand new music. Continue below to view the film and stream the Watch The Fly EP, which features production from D-Polo, Brady James, Sport and Jansport J.
The wolves bring it right to Durk’s doorstep in his new video for “1-773 Vulture”.
Lil Durk is the latest rapper to flip that one Logic song which I still haven’t heard. Along with this new drop, Durk announced that his Signed To The Streets 3 mixtape is imminent.
Here’s “Lil One,” a new track and visual from Birdman and Young Thug that will appear on the soundtrack to the upcoming documentary, The Cash Money Story: Before Anythang from Apple Music. This prominently features Paris Hilton, a Trump supporter and sexual assault apologist, so whatever, fuck this video.
Problem is feeling “Stingy” on his first new single since the release the Selfish LP last Fall.
Lil Wayne connects with fellow New Orleans native DJ Spin and producer Whiiite for “Til She Lose Her Voice.” Check it out below.
Ultra Music Festival will return to Miami’s Bayfront Park for its 20th outing from 23rd to 25th March 2018 and brings with it the incredible RESISTANCE house and techno concept. Across the two jaw dropping areas – The Carl Cox Megastructure & Arcadia’s legendary ‘Spider’ – the line-up features names such as Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati, Nastia, Maceo Plex, Jamie Jones, Stephan Bodzin (live) and Carl Cox himself among many others.
Both stages will feature some very special b2b sets. Carl Cox, RESISTANCE’s global ambassador, will host a Dubfire, Nicole Moudaber and Paco Osuna b2b2b on the Megastructure on Saturday 24th. On the ‘Spider’, J.E.S.u.S (Jackmaster, Eats Everything, Skream and Seth Troxler), Better Lost Than Stupid (Davide Squillace, Mattias Tanzmann & Martin Buttrich), Sasha & John Digweed, Christian Smith b2b B.Traits, Carlo Lio b2b Marco Bailey, Technasia b2b Hector and Guti b2b wAFF have all been locked to play.
The past year has been monumental for RESISTANCE, with its huge autumn schedule in 2017 taking it to Shanghai, Tokyo, the UK, Buenos Aires, Mexico City and beyond. It In April 2017 Ultra was voted as the World’s No.1 Festival for the second year running in a poll powered by Miller Genuine Draft. Ultra will also be hitting Europe this summer with a festival featuring sets from Eric Prydz, Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox and Afrojack.
At the end of 2017 there was widespread concern about the future of Ultra Music Festival in Bayfront Park following a proposal by Miami’s city commissioner attempting to ban future events from the location.
To give yourself a sense of the atmosphere of Ultra’s RESISTANCE stages, take a look at the aftermovie for last year’s festival below. You can find the full line-up for RESISTANCE Miami on its website.