Sunday evening sexy time vibes! Nice…
Newest track from Canadian/Native American electronic crew, A Tribe Called Red. Solid!
We’ve long been fans of ATL Blacktronica (we’re still trying to figure out what to call their music, besides good) crew, WatchTheDuck. Whatever the appropriate name for it, we think it’s the future of Black Music and apparently, with T.I. and Pharrell co-executive producing their
forthcoming just released EP release, The Trojan Horse, they feel just as strongly about it!
Previously on The Kitchen:
– WatchTheDuck – Making Luv To The Beat (feat. T.I. & DJ E-Feezy)
In case you ain’t knowing, Anderson was one of the new artists from Dr. Dre‘s Compton soundtrack album.
Toronto’s Jazz Cartier is back on his grizzy. He just dropped a track last week. Now here goes another one!
ICYMI, last week I wrote a piece for BBC 1Xtra‘s DJ Semtex‘s new A Nation of Billions site on the Canadian hip-hop scene. Here’s a quick taste: It’s been a busy past few months for Drake. A couple weeks back, he rode to the top of the Billboard album charts yet again with, What A […]
Second premiere of the week after the DJ Emkay remix of Fetty Wap‘s “RGF Island” this past Tuesday??! The Kitchen got its swagger back! Check out this traptastic, hip-hop flavored original track by the west coast-based duo, Neza x Alxndr. Peep the full bio: NEZA x ALXNDR are 2 musicians based in LA making hip-hop […]
Been a while since we’ve done some formal Different Kitchen Premieres around these parts but stay tuned as we have plans to do more moving ahead. First up though is up-and-coming Miami-based DJ/Producer, Emkay who has teamed up with The Kitchen to present his latest remix, a nice electro bass flip of rapper du jour, […]
Unlike my Favorite Albums of 2014 List posted yesterday there is some sense of what was more liked versus less liked here on my Favorite Songs (not necessarily just singles) List of 2014. The Top 10 is the 10 songs I voted for in this year’s Village Voice Pazz and Jop poll and my number […]
I explained pretty well the criteria I used to do my year-end list back in 2012 but for those of you too lazy to click that link, this is not a list of the ‘best’, most commercially successful or most critically acclaimed albums. The only acclaim these albums have are that they are my favorites. […]
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